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I need to get this loop installed.

Yes, yes you do. smile.gifthumb.gif

I need to get my second loop installed and buy a new case lol.

Although I believe it is possible, I am not stuffing another loop into this Mid tower.
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Great thread very helpful for overclocking
Edited by Jamar16 - 9/27/12 at 2:30pm
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Originally Posted by aar0nsky View Post

Yes, yes you do. smile.gifthumb.gif
I need to get my second loop installed and buy a new case lol.
Although I believe it is possible, I am not stuffing another loop into this Mid tower.

I have a Case Labs SM8 on the way to house mine.

Build is going to be Z77 OC Formula,
4x 4GB AVEXIR RAM (with the MPower design),
custom cables from lutro0,
ivy (prob 3570k as I already have one, but mayhems I'll upgrade),
680,
Hopefully another 680,
EK Supremacy Copper/Plexi (cloudy),
FrozenQ fusion V res (black spiral #1, clear #2),
mayhems pastel yellow,
EK XTX 360..

Hopefully MOAR RADS and blocks coming soon.

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Hey guys I'm using a Z77 Ext6 and having issues with memory, I just bought the 2x8GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR3 1866 sticks and i cannot get my system to boot with the Stock 1866, Once the system boot guards and i can get into the BIOS the memory is automatically underclocked to DDR3 1333 PC3 10600. I've tried one stick in each slot and same thing wont read 1866 goes to 1333, I put in my 2x8GB Vengeance LP 1600 DDR3 and it picks up on the 1600 right away and boots up no problem. Is the Mobo that picky on what memory your able to use or are the sticks bad?

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Originally Posted by jonashendrickx View Post

ASROCK Z77 EXTREME4 BIOS P2.21
http://www29.zippyshare.com/v/17077488/file.html

This is a beta testing BIOS I received from ASRock

Bug fixes:
Load Line Calibration was always set to 1 when selecting custom CPU Ratio's
and much more.

I can confirm P2.21 fixed the LLC for me
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Those on ASRock4/6, do you get DDR voltage readings with Hardware Monitor?
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Hy guys!

First of all i really dont know where to write this but i have a question about... well i guess my motherboard. I want to find out what auto voltage really mean on this board? It depends on the cpu or the board or what?

Im just asking because i currently have an asrock z77 extreme 4 with an intel i5 3570k. I wanted to overclock some so i set all core 45 and thast it. Everithing else on stock, llc 5 and so on

And i have 1.080 to max 1.140 on 4500 Mhz i can run all the stress test as long as i want and it never reads higher than 1.140V in fact during prime its just 1.080. (It starts on 1.120 and drops to 1.080 thats what llc5 does?)
As far as i know that is some low Volt, some overclockers even need 1.3V to do 4500 Mhz.
So my question is am i that lucky?? Or is that some Voltage read bug? Or what does it exactly define auto voltage? Im confused..

By the way im on 1.30 BIOS.
And as i guess because this low voltage temperature isn't a thing im running on full load 59c altough i have corsair h100 with push pull.
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Hy guys!
First of all i really dont know where to write this but i have a question about... well i guess my motherboard. I want to find out what auto voltage really mean on this board? It depends on the cpu or the board or what?
Im just asking because i currently have an asrock z77 extreme 4 with an intel i5 3570k. I wanted to overclock some so i set all core 45 and thast it. Everithing else on stock, llc 5 and so on
And i have 1.080 to max 1.140 on 4500 Mhz i can run all the stress test as long as i want and it never reads higher than 1.140V in fact during prime its just 1.080. (It starts on 1.120 and drops to 1.080 thats what llc5 does?)
As far as i know that is some low Volt, some overclockers even need 1.3V to do 4500 Mhz.
So my question is am i that lucky?? Or is that some Voltage read bug? Or what does it exactly define auto voltage? Im confused..
By the way im on 1.30 BIOS.
And as i guess because this low voltage temperature isn't a thing im running on full load 59c altough i have corsair h100 with push pull.

If you are trying to OC your CPU, you shouldn't have to worry about the voltages on your mobo just focus on the CPU itself.
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Buying parts now for a new micro ATX build. Looking at both the Extreme4-M and the Pro4-M boards. As far as I can tell the only difference is the Extreme4-M has 2 - PCI Express 3.0 slots and Premium Gold Caps versus the Pro4-M's 1 - PCI Express 3.0 slot and non-Gold Caps. The Pro4-M is $30 less (on Newegg) than the Extreme4-M.

I don't game and for right now will probably use the i5 3570K's onboard Intel 4000 graphics. Might add a discrete GPU later. My question: is there any other advantage the Extreme4-M has over the Pro4-M to justify the extra cost?

TIA for any responses.

System specs:
SilverStone Temjin TJ08B-E micro ATX case
ASRock Z77 Extreme 4-M or Pro4-M micro ATX MB
Intel i5 3570K CPU - purchased
Samsung 830 256GB SATA 3 SSD - purchased
WD Caviar Black 7200 RPM 64MB cache 500GB SATA 3 HDD - purchased
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Corsair VX550W PSU - bought a couple of years ago but have never used. Plenty of power for my needs.
Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO CPU cooler - purchased
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Buying parts now for a new micro ATX build. Looking at both the Extreme4-M and the Pro4-M boards. As far as I can tell the only difference is the Extreme4-M has 2 - PCI Express 3.0 slots and Premium Gold Caps versus the Pro4-M's 1 - PCI Express 3.0 slot and non-Gold Caps. The Pro4-M is $30 less (on Newegg) than the Extreme4-M.
I don't game and for right now will probably use the i5 3570K's onboard Intel 4000 graphics. Might add a discrete GPU later. My question: is there any other advantage the Extreme4-M has over the Pro4-M to justify the extra cost?
TIA for any responses.
System specs:
SilverStone Temjin TJ08B-E micro ATX case
ASRock Z77 Extreme 4-M or Pro4-M micro ATX MB
Intel i5 3570K CPU - purchased
Samsung 830 256GB SATA 3 SSD - purchased
WD Caviar Black 7200 RPM 64MB cache 500GB SATA 3 HDD - purchased
8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600 low profile RAM
Corsair VX550W PSU - bought a couple of years ago but have never used. Plenty of power for my needs.
Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO CPU cooler - purchased

Looks to be a pretty sweet micro-ATX build. I have the same case, the Pro4-M, the 3570k, and a discrete graphics card and it works great.
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