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post #1071 of 3170
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Originally Posted by Erakith View Post

Core temp effectively. Technically 95C is "safe", but I wouldn't want to touch that.
the "CPU" temp if you mean it as a whole would be the CPU package. You don't wanna hit 90-95C on your Cores if you can help it.

Thanks!

My mind is blown, I'm already at 4.5ghz with only +0.005V Prime95 running strange the last 15 minutes.
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Thanks!
My mind is blown, I'm already at 4.5ghz with only +0.005V Prime95 running strange the last 15 minutes.

That's a nice chip. I couldn't boot into Windows without 0.010, and isn't stable for 12+hrs until +0.040.
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Sadly, I have misplaced my H50 Intel brackets (i.e. threw away haphazardly) so I'm relegated to the stock HSF until next week. Runs pretty cool at stock clocks, and still beats my old 1090T handily in everything I do (Adobe suite/some games/audio production). Plus, without a pair of Deltas strapped to my rad keeping 6 cores at 4GHz from imploding, my rig is just this side of inaudible, even running torture tests. I wonder how far I could push this on said boxed cooler -- I doubt I would even need 4GHz at this rate.
Edited by sub50hz - 7/6/12 at 7:04pm
post #1074 of 3170
Hey guys! Another Z77 Extreme4 owner here smile.gif Great board, so far no issues!
post #1075 of 3170
It seems i'll go with Asrock biggrin.gif
post #1076 of 3170
After having all my new parts sitting around for a few weeks (been way too busy with work & vacations to build it rolleyes.gif) I finally got around to getting it done last night. Works great with one odd thing- the Safely Remove Hardware& Eject media icon is now always in my tray and it has all my drives (1 ssd, 2 HDDs, 1DVDRW) listed. Some setting I may have messed up in the BIOS? Setting in Win7?

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After having all my new parts sitting around for a few weeks (been way too busy with work & vacations to build it rolleyes.gif) I finally got around to getting it done last night. Works great with one odd thing- the Safely Remove Hardware& Eject media icon is now always in my tray and it has all my drives (1 ssd, 2 HDDs, 1DVDRW) listed. Some setting I may have messed up in the BIOS? Setting in Win7?
Sam
it means your bios is set to AHCI mode(which is better than IDE). AHCI offers hotswappable drives so they show up as removable hardware smile.gif
if you feel uncomfortable with them being there you can also turn the option for it off manually if you follow this
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it means your bios is set to AHCI mode(which is better than IDE). AHCI offers hotswappable drives so they show up as removable hardware smile.gif
if you feel uncomfortable with them being there you can also turn the option for it off manually if you follow this

Doesn't bother me, just didn't have this show up with my AMD Phenom II setup and my BIOS was set to AHCI in that setup, so I wasn't sure if I messed something up.

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I can only seem to OC using that asrock oc utility, is this normal ?

I set all the OC settings in BIOS, but once in windows, it seems to only lock to whats set in the OC utility.

If I set BIOS multi to 40, and boot into windows and run prime 95, it will only clock up to 3.4 gigs.

I have to open the utility and set the multi there to 40, and it will go to 4 gigs.

Just curious, if I missed something, that allows the utility to override BIOS setttings.

thanks

edit: OK oddest thing, what are you guys using to monitor mulitplier ?

Its seems like real temp and CPU-Z are reporting 40x when running P95, but different when idle.

right now with just broswer open, CPU-Z is reporting 16x, while readl temp shows anywhere from 23x to 40x constantly jumping around, but never back to 16x(which it did without having the asrock OC utility active)
Also CPU-Z seems to only report either 40x or 16x, nothing in between.

so confused......
Edited by Daveleaf - 7/9/12 at 5:32am
post #1080 of 3170
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Originally Posted by Erakith View Post

That's a nice chip. I couldn't boot into Windows without 0.010, and isn't stable for 12+hrs until +0.040.

Is it better to increase turbo or offset voltage? I kept offset around +.005V but pushed turbo pretty far. Final Vcore was around 1.36 V and highest temp was around the 93*C area and even then, it failed P95 at 11 hours. I don't understand how I can't pull off low voltage, high overclocks while other people can.
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