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post #2671 of 3170
I Bought a new CPU and RAM AND Motherboard, I5 3570k, Asrock z77 Extreme 3
Wheen booting, fans spins but no video, tried 2 other ram types, with and without video card. Tried also another powersupply.
The 8 and 24 pin is correctly in.
What to do? No video signal.
This is a new Motherboard, i thougt it was DOA so i get another one with same results..
post #2672 of 3170
Hello fellow asrock z77 owners, I'd like to join up. Here's a snip of my board, it was late in shipping and will be here tomorrow and, of course, everything else for the build arrived on friday so i've been sitting on my hands...lol. I previously owned and loved my 990fx fatality pro and have been a lifelong AMD user but decided to try an Intel at least once so this is my first ever intel build. I cant really consider myself an AMD "fanboy" or whatever if I haven't even tried the competition right?


My build consists of a Elysium tower, the z77 professional fatality, 4 x 2gb dominator 1866 with the gt fan, I5 3570k cpu, HIS 7850 2gb and will xfire them if it looks like it'll work well, Corsair GS600 p.s. , numerous lighting aids, swiftech dual 140 quiet rad, black ice triple 120 rad, swiftech mcp 350 pump, and I still have to research the best cpu and gpu h2o blocks to use as well as the best res combination. I am also looking into the aquacomputer aquero or the xt and whether or not it's worth the cash. Thanks all!!!
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post #2673 of 3170
Just finished upgrading my system with a Extreme4/i5-3570k, using it at a mild OC to 4.2 Ghz for day to day use (on air, with contac 30 cpu cooler, also confirming the cooler doesn't hinder the tall Memory modules on first slot. For this cooler the case needs to be min 18.8 cm wide or you won't be able to close the lid).

Only 'snag' I encountered was boot failure when trying to push the memory at it's rated 2400 speed. This resulted in boot loop and reload of previous DDR frequency by the UEFI boot guard. The memory works fine at XMP profile 2 at 2133. Maybe a bios upgrade later on will fix it (running latest v2.80 BIOS)

The memory in question:
HyperX Predator (T2) - 8GB Kit* (2x4GB) - DDR3 2400MHz CL11 DIMM
Part Number: KHX24C11T2K2/8X (can be found in the list of supported memory for the motherboard)
XMP Profile 1: 2400MHz, 11-13-13, 1.65V
XMP Profile 2: 2133MHz, 11-12-11, 1.6V

Fan wise, achieving good control was a bit iffy. Needed to set fan control to manual in speedfan (to be controled via defined temp-vs-rpm curve), otherwise bios would kick in from time to time and push the fans to 100%.
At the moment I have 2 controllable fans (4 pin), one in cpu_1 slot, one on cha_1 slot. Via speedfan I have them both linked to CPU package temperature, since linking to core temp would yield too high fan speed variation when going from load to idle and vice-versa(super annoying when converting multiple video files).

A extra constant speed fan pulls air from the side of the case to feed air to the video card, and another pulls air from the front to have a bit extra air flow twords the CPU

Under prime95 core temps are in the 70C range, with package being reported at 46C max (so far) at 4.2 GHz OC. Will push further when the thermal paste has had more time to settle.
Edited by hexaq - 2/11/13 at 5:19am
post #2674 of 3170
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Originally Posted by Pr0stex View Post

I Bought a new CPU and RAM AND Motherboard, I5 3570k, Asrock z77 Extreme 3
Wheen booting, fans spins but no video, tried 2 other ram types, with and without video card. Tried also another powersupply.
The 8 and 24 pin is correctly in.
What to do? No video signal.
This is a new Motherboard, i thougt it was DOA so i get another one with same results..


Do you have anything plugged into the ATX 12V Power Connector (ATX12V1)? Or, is that the "8 pin" you mention?
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post #2675 of 3170
That's the 8pin :-)
post #2676 of 3170
That's the 8pin :-)
post #2677 of 3170
Hello. I'm doing a build with the extreme6 1155 socket. Should the debugger light go off while in windows? Also, the onboard power and reset switch don't light up until you hit them to start up, then they go out again. I don't see any LED lights on the board while it is running.

When it's off, there are no lights at all, I was thinking the onboard power switch LED would stay lit.


Edit
OK, found the on/off switch for the debugger led in the bios.
Edited by Geezerman - 2/13/13 at 2:28am
post #2678 of 3170
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Originally Posted by Geezerman View Post

Hello. I'm doing a build with the extreme6 1155 socket. Should the debugger light go off while in windows? Also, the onboard power and reset switch don't light up until you hit them to start up, then they go out again. I don't see any LED lights on the board while it is running.

When it's off, there are no lights at all, I was thinking the onboard power switch LED would stay lit.


Edit
OK, found the on/off switch for the debugger led in the bios.

Not sure. If your CPU and all components are functional than I would say it is doing what it is supposed to. For 20 or 30 dollars you can set up some very nice led or uv lighting for your case if the aesthetics are more important to you.
post #2679 of 3170
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Not sure. If your CPU and all components are functional than I would say it is doing what it is supposed to. For 20 or 30 dollars you can set up some very nice led or uv lighting for your case if the aesthetics are more important to you.

well yeah, I do use LED strips in my builds for added ambiance. I got used to my Gigabyte build where the onboard power switch is lit up with a large red LED . Real easy to find . I like having things like that when testing out the hardware prior to wiring up the front panel wires.
post #2680 of 3170
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Is anyone else having issues with the AXTU utility after updating the firmware from 2.7 to 2.8?

asrock extreme 4
windows 8 64 bit

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Originally Posted by c2thew View Post

ok that's weird. I went into the bios and disabled sleep to ram, rebooted (still didn't work), went back into the bios, changed it back to sleep to ram and now it works. Odd, but i'm not complaining!

Mine never worked at all, I never bothered getting it to work. This motherboard is finnicky with what it will and won't allow to work >.>
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