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For extreme overclockers, ASUS has included an LN2 and Slow Mode switch to help in providing better OC margins when using sub -10C cooling. The LN2 mode is enabled via jumper, while the Slow Mode feature uses a toggle switch, which can be enabled when the system is about to crash in order to slow down the CPU, buying more time for the performance tuner to make adjustments. Because of the Slow Mode's specialized feature, it only takes effect in LN2 mode. There is also a Q-Reset button, which can be used to prevent cold bug from happening in the middle of a smooth LN2 overclocking run.

That what your looking for.
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Originally Posted by HITMAN YJK View Post

I Had a Asrock Z77 OC Formula one of the best Asrock motherboard ....but again few days back i bought a maximus V Formula thumb.gif
that Red black theme is back in my rig ... sooner or late i will post the overclocking results smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Post your CPU-z and I'll add you to the club =D
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post #1423 of 4018
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Originally Posted by paradoxum View Post

I think i'll trust the switch and leave it to the right (labeled as off), and assume the manual is wrong, is it likely the manual is mostly a copy/paste of the MVE and that might explain the error?

I am going the other way. Since all the MVF's that I have seen new or RMA'd came with the switch to the left, and the manual shows it to the left as well, I will leave it there. I think the switch is just being placed backwards during the fab process.

I don't think it is a copy/paste of the MVE because the switch is vertical on it.

Just my .02
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Originally Posted by Nomad692000 View Post

For extreme overclockers, ASUS has included an LN2 and Slow Mode switch to help in providing better OC margins when using sub -10C cooling. The LN2 mode is enabled via jumper, while the Slow Mode feature uses a toggle switch, which can be enabled when the system is about to crash in order to slow down the CPU, buying more time for the performance tuner to make adjustments. Because of the Slow Mode's specialized feature, it only takes effect in LN2 mode. There is also a Q-Reset button, which can be used to prevent cold bug from happening in the middle of a smooth LN2 overclocking run.
That what your looking for.

Probably. I didn't enable the LN2 switch (which by the way you can see in the bios), and I didn't notice any difference one way or the other. That tracks with your comment about it only taking effect if LN2 is enabled.
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post #1425 of 4018
Here is my submission for the club:



http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2625015


Here is my submission for stability:

5.3Ghz_1.488v_126Gflops_LinX_0.6.4_AVX_Linpak_10.3.11.019_ultrpro & temp 1280.png 442k .png file


Here is a photo of my silent rig :


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Edited by dr_dx - 12/25/12 at 10:48am
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post #1426 of 4018
Ok after trying my best to find an answer to this question at Hardforum and the ROG forum to no avail I will ask here.
I'm looking to upgrade from -p67 to z77. Sell my 2600k and Maximus IV extreme and switch to a 3570k and Maximus V formula.

Information for the V formula on the web is kind of scarce. I haven't been able to find out how the PCIe lanes are allocated to physical slots.

It lists how the Graphics slots work but not how the PCIE 2.0 slots operate. (Maybe they all run full speed regardless of configuration but I've learned from experience to find out for certain before buying.)
I will be installing 2x GTX 670 in slot 2 and slot 5. According to the manual they will run at PCIE 3.0 8x each.

I will be install a Quad port intel NIC (PCIE 2.0 x4 required) into slot 1.

I will also be installing a PCIE 2.0 x1 Sound Card into slot 5.

Hopefully slot 1 will continue to run at full 4x speed once that sound card is installed. z77 has more than enough lanes (especially with the PLX chip on this board) but I need to make sure. (When I found out that the PCIE x4 slot on the Maximus IV Extreme was only 1x electrically, and was not mentioned as such in the manual or the website, I learned to check compatibility before buying.)

Any help with this question is much appreciate. Hopefully I'll have better luck here than the ROG forum....
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post #1427 of 4018
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Hey guys, I won't be able to add anyone to the club because I'll be out of town but I will add everyone next week when I get back. If you are thinking of joining please go to the first post and look at the requirements. Happy Holidays.
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post #1428 of 4018
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Originally Posted by ANDMYGUN View Post

Hey guys, I won't be able to add anyone to the club because I'll be out of town but I will add everyone next week when I get back. If you are thinking of joining please go to the first post and look at the requirements. Happy Holidays.

Considering the fact that you are one of the most responsive club thread 'managers' on this site IMO - it will still be plenty fast enough! Enjoy your vacation! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

Considering the fact that you are one of the most responsive club thread 'managers' on this site IMO - it will still be plenty fast enough! Enjoy your vacation! biggrin.gif

Oh you! thank you so much for that compliment. Have a great Christmas!
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Considering the fact that you are one of the most responsive club thread 'managers' on this site IMO - it will still be plenty fast enough! Enjoy your vacation! biggrin.gif

+1 Well said
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