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for the people that are getting the 0a errors, how do you have your cpu-pll configured? i noticed when i got it dropped i got whea errors from time to time during prime, and some applications like chrome/flash player would crash during idle. i thought it was ram at first but when i flashed bios/reinstated overclock i forgot doing the pll and i didnt get them. might be related? id take a stable system with +3C over an unstable one tongue.gif
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for the people that are getting the 0a errors, how do you have your cpu-pll configured? i noticed when i got it dropped i got whea errors from time to time during prime, and some applications like chrome/flash player would crash during idle. i thought it was ram at first but when i flashed bios/reinstated overclock i forgot doing the pll and i didnt get them. might be related? id take a stable system with +3C over an unstable one tongue.gif

Hmm I havent played with PLL much, do you also have your Internal PLL overvoltage enabled ?
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Hmm I havent played with PLL much, do you also have your Internal PLL overvoltage enabled ?
yeah i do, but since you didnt reduce pll i guess it cant be it tongue.gif
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Is anyone else having a problem seeing POST screen on boot ( no video until into windows ) on a PCI-E video card?

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Is anyone else having a problem seeing POST screen on boot ( no video until into windows ) on a PCI-E video card?
Intel 3570k
Asrock Z77 pro4 - Bios 1.20
560ti -DVI connection
Dell Ultrasharp 2311h

In my experience the board has been pretty good sending video right away (I catch the post logo for 2-3 seconds before it goes to windows boot). Make sure you set your primary video to PCI-E under peripherals in the bios.
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In my experience the board has been pretty good sending video right away (I catch the post logo for 2-3 seconds before it goes to windows boot). Make sure you set your primary video to PCI-E under peripherals in the bios.

I have it set to PCI-E, I've considered maybe disabling the iGPU feature. not sure if that will help. I know it's not the video card because it worked fine in this setup prior to the switch to intel.

in other words, all that changed in my setup with the motherboard and cpu

(gigabyte 970a-ud3+ amd 1055t ->> current setup )
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I have it set to PCI-E, I've considered maybe disabling the iGPU feature. not sure if that will help. I know it's not the video card because it worked fine in this setup prior to the switch to intel.
in other words, all that changed in my setup with the motherboard and cpu
(gigabyte 970a-ud3+ amd 1055t ->> current setup )

Use onboard to flash bios to newer version and you should be good.
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Hey guys! I'm really glad I found this thread. I just put my rig together yesterday, and so far so good! My RAM was rated at 1333 instead of the 1600 that was on the package, so I think I adjusted it correctly through the XMP. Selected the XMP profile 2 (I think that's what it was called? There was only one option) and then set the frequency to 1600Mhz. Sound about right? Voltage should stay at 1.5, right? I'll likely try my hand at OC'ing the CPU this weekend. Probably just a modest 4.1 or 4.2. Nothing too dramatic. I haven't really done anything except install drivers and browsed webpages cause I'm still getting all my games DLed and installed, but I'm getting temperature readings hovering around 28-34 degrees. So nothing out of the ordinary there.

Build is below.
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Originally Posted by aar0nsky View Post

Use onboard to flash bios to newer version and you should be good.

according to this : http://www.asrock.com/MB/download.asp?Model=Z77%20Pro4&o=All

1.20 is the latest? unless you are recommending a beta build possibly
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for the people that are getting the 0a errors, how do you have your cpu-pll configured? i noticed when i got it dropped i got whea errors from time to time during prime, and some applications like chrome/flash player would crash during idle. i thought it was ram at first but when i flashed bios/reinstated overclock i forgot doing the pll and i didnt get them. might be related? id take a stable system with +3C over an unstable one tongue.gif
What's up with these CPU PLL bluescreens?

I can take any random value and my 2500k won't BSOD ever. I always test for a week or longer normal usage.

I have put mine at 1.71v according to intel datasheet.

My DRAM voltage is 1.425v. I have overclocked my Corsair XMS3 2x4GB 1333mhz 9-9-9-24-CR2 1.5v to 1600mhz 9-9-9-20-CR1 & tWCL 8 1.425v

My VTT voltage is 1.05 * 0.95 = 0.9975v --> ~1.001v

My iGPU is undervolted with offset: -0.225v and LLC level 4

punceh, do you use the iGPU? Or Virtu?

These applications you say can crash if the iGPU doesn't get enough voltage. If it's running on the iGPU ofcourse. Or maybe it's your GTX 570 I dont know.

If you get BSOD 0x124 during idle it might be cpu pll

Also during prime95 long runs. I suggest you open your case and feel the VRM heatsinks and PCH heatsink if they are hot or cool.

I found myself having much BSODs because my PCH would overheat during idle. I solved this by installing a side fan. Believe me I don't lie.
You don't want those FAT gpu's hanging over your chipset.

My next GPU will only be GTX550 sized
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