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Quoted from that review at TPU linked above...based on the description it wouldn't exactly lead you to conclude that it is needed, much less have any impact on overclocking.

I wouldn't think so either. Very, very odd.
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here is another ..what I can expect from 100:133 dividers (only have two on this mobo and never played with it ). I tried 100 and couldn't boot on previously stable OC ?
    
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*the z77 mpower does have an AUX power connection.. its pci-e 6pin..

**the training pics shown highlight the issue still not resolved in mpower bios- its failing training on unpopulated memory channels/slots.. (those were taken with 2x4 kits?)
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I'm so pizz..
ERROR ! Your CPU-Z Version is outdated. **** this !,couldn't validate mad.gif (I didn't even try to score 1M ...just want to validate )

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Adata 2000X

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lol 1.61 is well old dude. You gotta keep ontop of that stuff for bench sessions smile.gif
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I have a question for anyone with one of the TridentX series DIMMs. What size screwdriver do you need to unscrew the top fin and remove it? Would I be able to buy one that small at Home Depot, or would I have to look in a hobby store?
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lulz at the 1.61 .. been there! :)

 

*as for the screwdriver Q = 'precision' .. bring your wallet if you want a set.. they aint cheap.

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I have a question for anyone with one of the TridentX series DIMMs. What size screwdriver do you need to unscrew the top fin and remove it? Would I be able to buy one that small at Home Depot, or would I have to look in a hobby store?

I'm pretty sure you can get a very nice set @ Sears
    
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post #1689 of 8074
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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post

I'm pretty sure you can get a very nice set @ Sears

I like my Craftman tools.

...I was disappointed though when I had to take my 1/4" drive rachet in for a replacement a few years ago...dang thing only lasted me 37 years! New one isn't anywhere near as nice as the one I left behind. frown.gif

Oh well, maybe I'll get another 25-30 years out of this one. Kinda looking forward to seeing what the next replacement will be like...maybe made from "hardened plastic" printed out on one of the latest compact 3-D printers located besides every checkout station. Life in the year 2040..."Brave New World" here I come...hobbling on my cane at a youthful 86. smile.gif
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3200 @ 1.65V air

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