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Ive already done all the settings, since the flash and they have stuck no problem, ive rebooted countless times since the flash already. As for IRST I cant really uninstall it because I need it for my Raid 0...


EDIT** actually checking cpuid after posting that And while my OC is at 4.5 my vcore is up tp 1.296 from what I set it at 1.26. And my ram timings have changed to default. It seems to cycle in and out because last time i checked all was well but the time before that I had the above settings. hmmm

Double Edit** The reformat and new drivers did not fix the problem. Im seeing transfer speeds of 51 mb/s starting and immediately it drops to 20 mb/s then 4 mb/s then 1mb/s...

Triple EDIT*** So I played around with other file transfers on the drive that was being slow and they were all running at 200mb/s its just that 1 folder that transfers extremely slow..I think it is just because its a ton of small files only thing I can think of...

So now I just need to know why the megalodon stays under power when the PC is shut off, almost like its charging or something any ideas? Oh and I had made another thread for this but Ill post it here too since it could be motherboard related...For some reason I can only run trifire even though all 4 gpus are detected. GPU-Z says that all 4 gpus are in CFX, but Afterburner says only 3 are, and CCC only gives me the option to use 3 in cfx.

QUADRUPLE Edit***** Quad fire is working fine, Only thing left is why m megalodon stays powered...Stability has dropped since this new bios for me too and these vcore multiplier things worry me I hear 704 is the last stable build can anyone chime in?
Edited by dekciW - 3/20/13 at 10:16pm
     
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I guess the only thing I could say quality-wise with ASUS (in comparison to other brands) is that I've had more fantastic boards from them - but I've also had more complete disasters from them too. I haven't had any major issues with Gigabyte over the years, but I've never had a board that didn't have some minor ones. MSI used to be a disaster - had more 775 boards from them that were either DOA or died within weeks (admittedly these were of their budget line however). But my more recent MSI boards have been absolute beasts... nothing bad to say about them at all.

On the ASUS side, my MVE is stable (of course, I've left my BIOS alone so I don't have those issues) but my TOSLINK is dead - never worked, doesn't have power. mad.gif Not worth RMA'ing for that however, because I'd have to break everything down and be without a system for weeks... and I can use USB to my DAC (just 16/44 not 24/96). I had two other recent boards from ASUS, one Z77 and one H68 and they both had major issues - one couldn't overclock at all without instabilities and the other one died completely after a year of progressive issues - first one slot died, then 2 sata ports, then all the USB...

To me it seems that ASUS is heading down the same road that Supermicro took some years back... I used to always swear by their boards for my server builds... then suddenly they just stopped being 'bulletproof'. They still worked OK, but you had to be much more careful of what RAM you used or how 'young' your PSU was. I think every company goes through that though... part of trying to adjust margins without killing off quality.
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To me it seems that ASUS is heading down the same road that Supermicro took some years back... I used to always swear by their boards for my server builds... then suddenly they just stopped being 'bulletproof'. They still worked OK, but you had to be much more careful of what RAM you used or how 'young' your PSU was. I think every company goes through that though... part of trying to adjust margins without killing off quality.

I kind of agree with you but I had a Asus striker ii formula first faulty board I have had, north bridge got roasting hot 100+ degrees under load and idled at about 75 degrees so I rma and recieved the rev 2 as a replacement.
I got for some reason a few years later I went SLI thought I got a faulty GTX 275 would not work in any PCI slot. sent it back for rma to have it returned as tested and functioning fine.
So I tried to put the GTX 275 back into my Striker mobo still would not work so before abusing the supplier I tested in 2 other friends computers to find it worked perfectly fine. It was an Asus gtx 275 that I never got working in my Striker so I sold it for a loss to this day I still have no idea why,
Faulty gpu or mobo? In the end I bought a s/h Gtx 275 and it sli fine in the Striker.

I have still stuck with Asus just because of the finer details of the components.

I have been looking at the Asrock lately I noticed they use the tantalum capacitors, a higher grade than polymer capacitors.
I have been told they are probably a good choice because they are a part of the parent company Asus.
Looks like they might be making a name by making bullet proof boards at the moment but maybe with time their quality may drop as the old profit margin is increased.
I am looking at building another rig purely for extreme overclocking ie sub zero does anyone have any ideas of any mini atx boards that may be good for this? as smaller board is less to insulate.
sorry this is probably the wrong form to post this in
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Ive already done all the settings, since the flash and they have stuck no problem, ive rebooted countless times since the flash already. As for IRST I cant really uninstall it because I need it for my Raid 0...


EDIT** actually checking cpuid after posting that And while my OC is at 4.5 my vcore is up tp 1.296 from what I set it at 1.26. And my ram timings have changed to default. It seems to cycle in and out because last time i checked all was well but the time before that I had the above settings. hmmm

Double Edit** The reformat and new drivers did not fix the problem. Im seeing transfer speeds of 51 mb/s starting and immediately it drops to 20 mb/s then 4 mb/s then 1mb/s...

Triple EDIT*** So I played around with other file transfers on the drive that was being slow and they were all running at 200mb/s its just that 1 folder that transfers extremely slow..I think it is just because its a ton of small files only thing I can think of...

So now I just need to know why the megalodon stays under power when the PC is shut off, almost like its charging or something any ideas? Oh and I had made another thread for this but Ill post it here too since it could be motherboard related...For some reason I can only run trifire even though all 4 gpus are detected. GPU-Z says that all 4 gpus are in CFX, but Afterburner says only 3 are, and CCC only gives me the option to use 3 in cfx.

QUADRUPLE Edit***** Quad fire is working fine, Only thing left is why m megalodon stays powered...Stability has dropped since this new bios for me too and these vcore multiplier things worry me I hear 704 is the last stable build can anyone chime in?

Is USB 3.0 Charging disabled?
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Did you install all your Motherboard drivers, etc? Just changing boards and leaving the old install with all drivers intact is going to cause problems most of the time..........
In fact, i would do a clean install. Do your USB Bios screens look like this?


And just so you know, you'll get better speeds from the NATIVE (intel) USB 3.0
Dealing with power outages here, so responses may be brutally slow...rolleyes.gif
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Just my opinion, but I have run a lot of stability tests on two 3770k on MVF mobos with 1604 bios. I have zero problems with the stability of the bios, it is just the bug that gets in the way when making changes to bios. Once you figure out your bios settings, reflash the bios, type in your settings and you are good to go. I don't think there is any need to go to an old bios, as long as you are willing to take 3 minutes to reflash and load your profile whenever something seems strange after making bios changes.
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Just my opinion, but I have run a lot of stability tests on two 3770k on MVF mobos with 1604 bios. I have zero problems with the stability of the bios, it is just the bug that gets in the way when making changes to bios. Once you figure out your bios settings, reflash the bios, type in your settings and you are good to go. I don't think there is any need to go to an old bios, as long as you are willing to take 3 minutes to reflash and load your profile whenever something seems strange after making bios changes.
^^^I second this, it's what i'm doing now. Thanks again for the advice justanoldman thumb.gif
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^^^I second this, it's what i'm doing now. Thanks again for the advice justanoldman thumb.gif

Ironically I had to do just that--re-flash 1604.

Out of curiosity I tried ROG Exchange: I downloaded and applied a 1604 profile specific to my current specs (1604, MVF, 3570K) but the downloaded profile had lower mem speed and was a little higher on the multiplier. I immediately began to have some issues, one being that even though I had disabled the Supreme FX IV Lighting LED in the BIOS the lighting would remain on. I tried several times enabling and disabling the lighting but the setting never stuck. Even clearing the CMOS wouldn't set it back. Despite checking mem latencies, voltages, and other settings against my working profile to make sure I wasn't missing something, the BIOS had become unstable.

I ended up re-flashing 1604 via USB Flashback, loaded a 1604 profile I had saved ealier to a flash drive, and now everything's back to where it was. Nice little adventure. tongue.gifbiggrin.gif

P.S. I changed my avatar. Every time I see it I laugh. lachen.gif
Edited by NLight95 - 3/21/13 at 5:57pm
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yes that is disabled thats the main reason why im kinda tripped out about it because there is no reason it should be powered when the pc off.
     
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yes that is disabled thats the main reason why im kinda tripped out about it because there is no reason it should be powered when the pc off.
Does it do the same on USB 2.0 ports?
EDIT: I don't think it's a mobo issue, quick google search "megaladon powered when the pc off" turns up lots of similar results, including one here....http://www.overclock.net/t/1056455/razer-megalodon/0_100
Edited by ripsaw - 3/21/13 at 10:45pm
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I actually posted in the thread about how mine turned off, lol. That was with a z68 vpro gen 3 mobo running off the usb 3.0 ports. Wonder why its different with this board?
     
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Old 130gb 5400rpm Seagate  SH22AB H60 Dual Fan Intake 
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Corsair TX750v2 NZXT Apollo None 
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Intel i7 3770k @ 4.5/1.26v ASUS Maximus Formula V XFX R290X 16GB CORSAIR DOMINATOR GT DDR3 2133Mhz 
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x2 WD WD2500HHTZ, x2 WD WD5000HHTZ (Raid0), Sea... Samsung SH-222AB Corsair H100 Quad-Fan - CPU Corsair H80/H80 - 6990 
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7 Ultimate x64 SP1 3x Samsung S27A750D in Eyefinity Microsoft Sidewinder X6 Corsair AX1200 
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Cooler Master Haf X (Temp Case) NZXT Avatar S (Black) Xtrac PADS RIPPER XXL Razer Megalodon/Maelstrom Audio Engine 7.1 
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Sony CECHYA-0080 Wireless Headset/Onboard Realt... Harman/Kardon AVR 1600 - Sony SAVS-150H 7.1 Spe... Harman/Kardon 330A - Cinema Acoustics CSX-1200 ... 
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Intel C2D E6700 (Conroe) @ 3.6Ghz Intel D975XBX2 "Bad Axe 2" ATi Radeon X1950 Pro 4GB DualChan Corsair Dominator PC6400 @ 720Mhz 
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Old 130gb 5400rpm Seagate  SH22AB H60 Dual Fan Intake 
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Corsair TX750v2 NZXT Apollo None 
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