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Hey guys, long time z77 extreme 4 owner here. I recently moved my rig to a different location and set it up nicely. But when I turn it on, the system just hangs and the Dr. Debug error hangs at code 36 which is "CPU post-memory initialization. System Management Mode (SMM) initialization". I tried using the motherboard graphics and removed the graphics card but it didn't help. I've also tried clearing the bios multiple times. Any help is appreciated.

By location you mean a new computer case?
post #2762 of 3170
I just built my computer and will be trying to overclock my 3570k on my Asrock extreme6 soon. Its good to know that there is a ton of help on this forum! anything I should know first? I saw the overclockers guide for Asrock boards and that seems very helpful!
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Does anybody have any advice on how to read the Vcore on a Pro3 with a multimeter?
I'm getting some weird readings, where the BIOS shows around 0.112v less than CPU-Z (idle, no speedstep, no C states, across multiple offset settings).
post #2764 of 3170
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Does anybody have any advice on how to read the Vcore on a Pro3 with a multimeter?
I'm getting some weird readings, where the BIOS shows around 0.112v less than CPU-Z (idle, no speedstep, no C states, across multiple offset settings).

should be the same as this....
http://www.overclock.net/t/1318629/asrock-z77-extreme4-vcore-voltage-reading-points
post #2765 of 3170
Built a new system here with a z77 extreme4 board and 3570k. Is level 1 LLC safe to use? i initially had it set to auto and after reaching 3.8ghz, one of my cores reached 70c so I manually moved it back to level 3 and with vcore offset set to +0.005 and turbo voltage to +0.008 IIRC (+0.004 was giving me freezes after an hour of prime), I ended up with this:

oc7suip.jpg

Are the temps and voltage still good? Moving the multiplier to 46 starts giving me BSODs the second I start prime testing. I guess I would need to increase either turbo voltage or the vcore offset (or maybe llc) to get it higher?
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post #2766 of 3170
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Built a new system here with a z77 extreme4 board and 3570k. Is level 1 LLC safe to use? i initially had it set to auto and after reaching 3.8ghz, one of my cores reached 70c so I manually moved it back to level 3 and with vcore offset set to +0.005 and turbo voltage to +0.008 IIRC (+0.004 was giving me freezes after an hour of prime), I ended up with this:

oc7suip.jpg

Are the temps and voltage still good? Moving the multiplier to 46 starts giving me BSODs the second I start prime testing. I guess I would need to increase either turbo voltage or the vcore offset (or maybe llc) to get it higher?
I've been told to use only LLC 3. Others may give an inaccurate reading of your voltage.
post #2767 of 3170
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I've been told to use only LLC 3. Others may give an inaccurate reading of your voltage.

I use LLC 2. LLC doesn't matter for the inaccurate voltage, you will see a lower voltage in cpu z then what your cpu is really using. Pretty sure most Z77 asrock boards do this.
post #2768 of 3170
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

should be the same as this....
http://www.overclock.net/t/1318629/asrock-z77-extreme4-vcore-voltage-reading-points

Yeah, found that as well in the meantime.
Unfortunately the back plate of my Macho HR-02 prevents me from accessing those solder points on the back of the motherboard, so I'm back to square one I'm afraid. frown.gif
post #2769 of 3170
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Yeah, found that as well in the meantime.
Unfortunately the back plate of my Macho HR-02 prevents me from accessing those solder points on the back of the motherboard, so I'm back to square one I'm afraid. frown.gif

there is actually another thread on here that discusses vcore issues of these boards and why it happens and people are reporting real voltages compared to cpu-z on many boards. have you seen that one yet?
post #2770 of 3170
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

there is actually another thread on here that discusses vcore issues of these boards and why it happens and people are reporting real voltages compared to cpu-z on many boards. have you seen that one yet?
I have, which is where I've learned about the soldered pins on the back of the plate in the first place (very interesting read!). Just makes me want to test them even more, but I don't see a way to do that with that back plate in place.
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