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Originally Posted by chronicfx View Post

I did some readings on my Asrock Z77 Extreme6 using a digital multimeter to test BIOS vs. CPU-z vs. Digital Multimeter


OK so here goes.. On the Asrock extreme6 motherboard, LLC set to 2 (second highest), turbo set to +0.004v (lowest setting), using fixed voltage values in bios, internal pll enabled throughout (just not sure if that has any effect at all for power delivery but was needed for higher multi, so I enabled for the lower too) and measuring load voltage using a digital multimeter during prime95 ver.27.9 small ffts (12k)


Multiplier Used | Bios setting | CPU-Z 1.62 x64 | Digital Multi-meter
____________ | __________ | ______________ | _________________
36 | 1.100v | 1.080v | 1.117v
36 | 1.150v | 1.128v | 1.168v
36 | 1.200v | 1.176v | 1.220v
36 | 1.250v | 1.224v | 1.270v
36 | 1.300v | 1.272v | 1.322v
36 | 1.350v | 1.320v | 1.373v
36 | 1.400v | 1.376v | 1.426v
36 | 1.450v | 1.416v | 1.478v
49 | 1.450v | 1.416v | 1.488v
49 | 1.500v | 1.464v | 1.540v
49 | offset= -0.010v ; turbo= +0.207v | 1.368v | 1.438v

You guys are welcome to take from this what you will. But it seems that the BIOS setting is more closely matched to what is going on than the CPU-z reading. Also when turbo offset is used the gap between CPU-z and the DMM seems increase.

I found a very similar pattern with the Fatal1ty Z77. but mine was a little less off from CPUZ then yours. interesting though. thanks for posting.
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Any of you guys find a way to disable shared memory on the z77 extreme 6 board???
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Sorry to hear it. I am loving my extreme6. Yes I just did a prime95 run at 1.34v at 4.9ghz which took 1.42v to pass on the extreme4. That tells me there is better power delivery and it is the very reason why I bought it. I know the other differences are not many. But I will tell you that sleep did not work with internal pll overvoltage enabled on my extreme4 (I needed to enable this at 4.8 and higher), however it does work currently at 4.9ghz with my extreme6. I think it could be related to the molex connector above the pcie slots being connected. Because on the extreme4 the computer would wake up but my monitor would not. Thats two big plusses for me. Also being that I am at 1.34v and 72 degrees max temp. I have room if I ever decide to go for 5ghz with this one.

Love this extreme6 thumb.gif Very suprised people buy loud fans just to control them.. Just buy quiet fans if you want quiet fans? Makes sense?

I am having sleep problems w/ my Z77 Extreme6; a new build. I also can't get the video to come up....it's just blank. But, the pc itself does look like it goes into sleep, because it worked once fine, and also, the reset button often brings it smoothly out of sleep.

Any suggestion to bring the video up out of sleep. I disabled deep sleep, and also internal pll voltage control....didn't help. And, for now, it's not overclocked.

Thxs, if you can help me or not...............................
post #2464 of 3170
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I am having sleep problems w/ my Z77 Extreme6; a new build. I also can't get the video to come up....it's just blank. But, the pc itself does look like it goes into sleep, because it worked once fine, and also, the reset button often brings it smoothly out of sleep.

Any suggestion to bring the video up out of sleep. I disabled deep sleep, and also internal pll voltage control....didn't help. And, for now, it's not overclocked.

Thxs, if you can help me or not...............................

do you have that molex connector above the pcie attached? I have a sneaking suspicion a little extra juice to wake the gpu helps.
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do you have that molex connector above the pcie attached? I have a sneaking suspicion a little extra juice to wake the gpu helps.

No, I only have 1 video card right now in the upper pcie slot......no molex connection, just the usual power from the power supply. I would have no where to connect up the molex, as i have 2 - 4-pin connectors hooked up from the power supply.

Any other ideas? I know my Windows 7 OS is very large and old.........could be the os; I doubt its a problem w/ the motherboard, but could be a motherboard setting?

EDIT: Wait, I just read the manual..........so this provides "extra" power.............are you saying you get the video card to resume properly from sleep by hooking up this connector?...................if so, and that works, that would be great...............but again, I only have 1 video card connected...an HD 5870, which does take alot of juice.
Edited by dekruyter - 1/13/13 at 9:57am
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In need of some help guys. I just re-installed Windows 7 down from Windows 8 to fix DPC latency issues I have been having and now I am having a LAN issue where it will not recognize my network. My BIOS has been flashed all the way back to 1.10, and the LAN drivers are original. This is the state the computer was in when I originally built it, so I have no idea why this LAN problem is plaguing me. It's dreadful because I have all of these assignments to complete that require the Java API, Pearson, etc etc. Regardless, any help is appreciated.
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Anyone else notice RAM defaults to 1.58v? This is Z77E-ITX. No huge deal in general but I was running my 1.35v 30nm's way too high; my fault for not looking right away but still...


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In need of some help guys. I just re-installed Windows 7 down from Windows 8 to fix DPC latency issues I have been having and now I am having a LAN issue where it will not recognize my network. My BIOS has been flashed all the way back to 1.10, and the LAN drivers are original. This is the state the computer was in when I originally built it, so I have no idea why this LAN problem is plaguing me. It's dreadful because I have all of these assignments to complete that require the Java API, Pearson, etc etc. Regardless, any help is appreciated.

More info please about exactly what you mean by "my LAN". Can you ping anything? localhost?
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Anyone else notice RAM defaults to 1.58v? This is Z77E-ITX. No huge deal in general but I was running my 1.35v 30nm's way too high; my fault for not looking right away but still...
More info please about exactly what you mean by "my LAN". Can you ping anything? localhost?

Keeps telling me that it doesn't have a valid IP Configuration.
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And from where should it get an IP? Your router over DHCP? To test if you have basic connectivity set the adapter manually to 192.168.0.200 and type 'ping localhost' in cmd window.

FYI this is now more appropriate for the networking section.
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And from where should it get an IP? Your router over DHCP? To test if you have basic connectivity set the adapter manually to 192.168.0.200 and type 'ping localhost' in cmd window.

FYI this is now more appropriate for the networking section.

The network is not mine to maintain, it is my university's. However, I believe it is a driver issue and not networking related.
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