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post #21 of 1879
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WoW check this out lol. I finally got it to boot into windows @ 4.8GHz long enough to get this... looks like ne thing higher than 4.6 is impossible...how much voltage would I need....lol BTW all settings were on auto ecpt vcore manual and llc on turbo. There has to be somthin wrong of I just have a crappy MB and CPU!
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lol your board is one of the best, your CPU sucks tho most likely, that is how it is not many people are able to do 4.8ghz stable with Ivy Bridge. At least not with your cooling. Try lowering CPu PLL. Perhaps disable power savings and turbo.
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post #22 of 1879
Thanks for reply.

I did try and also install 296.10, but it would not let me (when checking for compatible hardware it says I don't have any). I will see if pre-296 drivers do this too.

I did plug in the usb cable yes. I installed the bluetooth driver successfully I think.

Edit:
I tried the 295.73 driver but it said "The graphics driver could not find compatible graphics hardware".

Also, when I start my computer I get a pop-up from WiFi Share saying something similar to "Unable to detect the WiFi card!".
Edited by HeftyStyle - 5/25/12 at 9:26am
post #23 of 1879
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Hey guys got my packaged from newegg, frozen cpu and dangerdan. Its a massive up grade and picture coming soon.


GIGABYTE G1.Sniper 3 LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI

2 x Crucial M4 CT128M4SSD2CCA 2.5" 128GB

Antec TPQ-1200 1200W

2 x MSI N670GTX-PM2D2GD5/OC GeForce GTX 670

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8 x Monsoon Free Center Compression Fitting

2 x PrimoChill ICE Non-Conductive Liquid Cooling Fluid (32 oz.) - UV Brite Green

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post #25 of 1879
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lol your board is one of the best, your CPU sucks tho most likely, that is how it is not many people are able to do 4.8ghz stable with Ivy Bridge. At least not with your cooling. Try lowering CPu PLL. Perhaps disable power savings and turbo.

After getting somw agvive heres where I'm at. Looks a lot better on 4.5Ghz...
Code:
CPU = Model # Intel 3770K
Motherboard = G1.Sniper3, Revision 1.0
BIOS Version = F6a
Ram = Samsung Green 8GB 2x4GB MV-3V4G3D/US Dual Channel DDR3 

MIT Current Status..................................[ENTER]

Advanced Freqency Settings..........................[ENTER]
CPU/PCIe Base Clock................100.00MHz........[AUTO]
Processor Graphics Clock...........1150.............[Auto]
CPU Clock Ratio....................35...............[45] 
CPU Frequency......................3.5GHz...........4.50GHz

Advanced CPU Core Features..........................[ENTER]
Intel(R) Turbo Boost Technology.....................[AUTO]
  Turbo Ratio (1-Core Active.......39...............[AUTO]
  Turbo Ratio (2-Core Active.......39...............[AUTO]
  Turbo Ratio (3-Core Active.......38...............[AUTO]
  Turbo Ratio (4-Core Active.......37...............[AUTO]
Turbo Power Limit (WATTS)..........77...............[300]
Core Current Limit (AMPS)..........112..............[200]
CPU Core Enable....................4................[AUTO]
Hyper-Threading Technology..........................[AUTO]
CPU Enhanced Halt(C1E)..............................[AUTO]
C3/C6 State Support.................................[AUTO]
CPU Thermal Monitor.................................[AUTO]
CPU EIST Function...................................[Auto]

System Memory Multiplier..........[16]..............[21.33]
Memory Frequency..................1600MHz...........2133MHZ

Advanced Memory Settings............................[ENTER]
Performance Enhanced................................[TURBO]
Dram Timing Slectable...............................[Expert]
Profile DDR Voltage...............1.50V.............[1.50V]
Profile VTT Voltage...............1.05V.............[1.05V]
Channel Interleaving................................[AUTO]
Rank Interleaving...................................[AUTO]

[ENTER] Channel A Timing Settings
Channel A Standard Timing Control
CAS Latency.......................11................[11]
tRCD..............................11................[11]
tRP...............................11................[11]
tRAS..............................28................[28]

Standard A Advanced Timing Control
tRC...............................39................[AUTO]
tRRD..............................5.................[AUTO]
tWTR..............................6.................[AUTO]
tWR...............................12................[AUTO]
tWTP..............................24................[AUTO]
tWL...............................8.................[AUTO]
tRFC..............................128...............[AUTO]
tRTP..............................6.................[AUTO]
tFAW..............................24................[AUTO]
Command Rate(tCMD)................1.................[AUTO]
tRW Stability Level...............3.................[AUTO]
TWR Stability Level...............3.................[AUTO] 

[ENTER] Channel B Timing Settings
Channel B Standard Timing Control
CAS Latency.......................11................[11]
tRCD..............................11................[11]
tRP...............................11................[11]
tRAS..............................28................[28]

Standard B Advanced Timing Control
tRC...............................39................[AUTO]
tRRD..............................5.................[AUTO]
tWTR..............................6.................[AUTO]
tWR...............................12................[AUTO]
tWTP..............................24................[AUTO]
tLW...............................8.................[AUTO]
tRFC..............................128...............[AUTO]
tRTP..............................6.................[AUTO]
tFAW..............................24................[AUTO]
Command Rate(tCMD)................1.................[AUTO]
tRW Stability Level...............3.................[AUTO]
TWR Stability Level...............3.................[AUTO] 

Advanced Voltage Settings...........................[ENTER]
3D Power Control....................................[ENTER]
PM Phase ConTrol....................................[AUTO]
Vcore Voltage Response..............................[AUTO
Vcore Loadline Calibration..........................[HIGH]
GFX Voltage Loadline Calibration....................[AUTO]
DDR CH(A/B) Voltage Loadline Calibration............[AUTO]
CPU Vtt Loadline Claibration........................[AUTO]

Vcore Protection...................250.0mV..........[AUTO]
DDR CH(A/B) Voltage Protection.....250.0mV..........[AUTO]

Vcore Current Protection............................[AUTO]
CPU Vtt Current Protection..........................[AUTO]
GFX Current Protection..............................[AUTO]
DDR CN(A/B) Current Protection......................[AUTO]

Vcore Protection...................250.0mV..........[AUTO]
DDR CH(A/B) Voltage Protection.....250.0mV..........[AUTO]

Vcore Current Protection............................[AUTO]
CPU Vtt Current Protection..........................[AUTO]
GFX Current Protection..............................[AUTO]
DDR CH(A/B) Current Protection......................[AUTO]

Vcore PWM THermal Protection.......130.0°C..........[AUTO]
DDR CH(A/B) PWM Thermal Protection.130.0°C..........[AUTO]

CPU PWM Switch Rate................500.0KHz.........[AUTO]
GFX PWM Switch Rate................250.0KHz.........[AUTO]
CPU Vtt PWM Switch Rate............250.0KHz.........[AUTO]
DDR CH(A/B) PWM Switch Rate........250.0KHz.........[AUTO]

CPU Core Voltage Control
CPU Vcore..........................1.195V............[Normal]
DYnamic V core(DVID)...............+0.00v............[-0.010V]
CPU PLL............................1.800V............[1.785]
IMC................................0.925V............[AUTO]
Dynamic GFX Core(VAXG DVID)........+0.000V...........[AUTO]

DRAM Voltage Control
DRAM VOltage......(CH A/B).........1.500V............[1.555V]
DRAm Termination..(CH A/B).........0.750V............[AUTO]
Data Reference....(CH A)...........0.750V............[Auto]
Address Reference.(CH A)...........0.750V............[AUTO]
Data Reference....(CH B)...........0.750V............[AUTO]
Address Reference.(CH B)...........0.750V............[AUTO]

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post #26 of 1879
Conners, can you please tell me where to find these newer BIOS's (F6a?) for the G1. Sniper 3.
All I can see on the Gigabyte website is F3 and F4.

Thanks.

Edit:
Nevermind, I found it on the TweakTown forums. Thanks for bringing that to my attention though, it fixed my Nvidia driver crashing problem!!!
Edited by HeftyStyle - 5/26/12 at 7:36am
post #27 of 1879
I take it back. I am still getting nvidia driver crash errors with my gigabyte gtx 670, even with the F6a BIOS.
Sigh, this really sucks. I guess I will try all the different beta BIOSes on TweakTown.
post #28 of 1879
I'm having a tough time keeping temps down, even with a slight 4.0GHz overclock. Cores reached 76, 84 86, and 81 degrees in Real Temp. Here are my specs:

Sniper M3
i5 3570k
Kingston HyperX Genesis DDR3 1600Mhz (4x2GB)
Zalman CNPS8900 Extreme CPU Cooler (with Arctic Cooling MX-4)
AMD Radeon 6670 HD
Antec BP550 Plus 550W Power Supply
LG DVD-RW
Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB HDD
Silverstone Grandia GD07 Case (includes three 120mm fans)


The only settings I've changed in the BIOS are:
- set the Memory profile to "Profile 1" which makes it automatically run at 1600MHz with 1.65V.
- turned off all of the power saving features (C1E, EIST, etc).
- CPU clock ratio to 40
- VTT down to 1.02
- PLL down to 1.5

I never touched the CPU VCore so it remains set to auto. In CPU-Z the Voltage shows as 1.020 and the clock of course at 4000Mhz. I ran an IntelBurnTest (Times to Run = 10, Maximum RAM) and it passed, but as mentioned the temps were very high. Any ideas on what could be causing this? I know some chips are better than others but these temps seem abnormally high for this amount of overclock. I also noticed large jumps in temp in RealTemp. For instance, a core would be moving between 64-66 degrees when at 99.9% load, and then all of a sudden would jump up to between 79-81 at 100% load in a just split second (maybe this is normal for an IntelBurnTest, not sure).

Thanks,

Mike
Edited by mikeveli20 - 5/26/12 at 7:59pm
post #29 of 1879
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I take it back. I am still getting nvidia driver crash errors with my gigabyte gtx 670, even with the F6a BIOS.
Sigh, this really sucks. I guess I will try all the different beta BIOSes on TweakTown.

Changing BIOS versions won't do anything. There is something wrong with your GPU, Windows install or running something that conflicts. Disable everything under MSCONFG start-up and see if it still happens.
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post #30 of 1879
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I'm having a tough time keeping temps down, even with a slight 4.0GHz overclock. Cores reached 76, 84 86, and 81 degrees in Real Temp. Here are my specs:
Sniper M3
i5 3570k
Kingston HyperX Genesis DDR3 1600Mhz (4x2GB)
Zalman CNPS8900 Extreme CPU Cooler (with Arctic Cooling MX-4)
AMD Radeon 6670 HD
Antec BP550 Plus 550W Power Supply
LG DVD-RW
Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB HDD
Silverstone Grandia GD07 Case (includes three 120mm fans)
The only settings I've changed in the BIOS are:
- set the Memory profile to "Profile 1" which makes it automatically run at 1600MHz with 1.65V.
- turned off all of the power saving features (C1E, EIST, etc).
- CPU clock ratio to 40
- VTT down to 1.02
- PLL down to 1.5
I never touched the CPU VCore so it remains set to auto. In CPU-Z the Voltage shows as 1.020 and the clock of course at 4000Mhz. I ran an IntelBurnTest (Times to Run = 10, Maximum RAM) and it passed, but as mentioned the temps were very high. Any ideas on what could be causing this? I know some chips are better than others but these temps seem abnormally high for this amount of overclock. I also noticed large jumps in temp in RealTemp. For instance, a core would be moving between 64-66 degrees when at 99.9% load, and then all of a sudden would jump up to between 79-81 at 100% load in a just split second (maybe this is normal for an IntelBurnTest, not sure).
Thanks,
Mike
the vcore on auto at 4ghz is not at 1.02v that is actually your CPu VTT voltage, get the latest version of CPUz, 1.60.1 and use it. Set your vcore to 1.2v and then go down from there. It is probably above 1.2v right now. Or perhaps even try 1.15v. Also set LLC to high.
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After getting somw agvive heres where I'm at. Looks a lot better on 4.5Ghz...

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Hey man actually only one thing I would change to make life easier for you, just set DRAM timing select to quick instead of expert. Quick allows you to set all the timings for all channels, while expert requires to to set all the timings individually per channel.
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