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post #71 of 88
i thought u had a 2700k or something....anyways

buying a new mobo is the best option
#1 z77 are cheaper
# 2 z77 has more features
#3 why have something old when something new is better?
#4 ends this thread with a simple answer

I hate to be a prick but getting a new mobo may just save you the trouble and maybe some cash.
Edited by IDavidRawr - 7/15/12 at 10:08pm
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I don't understand how buying new equipment is the answer over doing a simple update to the one he has. That's what this forum is all about? Buy new stuff if yours needs a firmware update or has any repairable problem? I'm all for differences of opinion but this guy's torn and I don't understand what justification there could be to spending a lot of money vs doing a possibly free fix. I just don't get it....
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im pretty positive that z77 is cheaper than any z68 ive ever seen. like you said this thread is helping him fix his problem im just giving the option of getting a better board that has more features and fully utilizes his cpu for the same price or less. If anything this fixes any problems now or in the future for him. Idk why your so concerned about this? its not a thread about arguing just giving him options. How are you really going to tell me, hes losing by just getting a diff board? idk how your going to justify him keeping that board vs getting a new one. if you can list down the many reasons that would be nice
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post #74 of 88
why need a simple "free fix" for a outdated board, when you could easily get a new board
-Cheaper
-More features
-for sure fix towards bios problems/future problems
-and Im pretty damn sure microcenter is having a sale 50 bucks off all z77 boards so like what 50 bucks for a decent board?

Cons
-just because z68 has been updated to support ib doesnt mean its completely stable. leads to future problems
-cost about the same or more as a z77, why pay more for less?
-obviously causing him alot of problems
-less features
-requires updates to upgrade
- might even require him to call asrock for a new bios chip

p.s if you arent going to be open minded please keep your comments to yourself, please n ty.
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post #75 of 88
Quote:
Originally Posted by IDavidRawr View Post

why need a simple "free fix" for a outdated board, when you could easily get a new board
-Cheaper
-More features
-for sure fix towards bios problems/future problems
-and Im pretty damn sure microcenter is having a sale 50 bucks off all z77 boards so like what 50 bucks for a decent board?
Cons
-just because z68 has been updated to support ib doesnt mean its completely stable. leads to futurer problems
-cost about the same or more as a z77, why pay more for less?
-obviously causing him alot of problems
-less features
-requires updates to upgrade
- might even require him to call asrock for a new bios chip
p.s if you arent going to be open minded please keep your comments to yourself, please n ty.

Why are you so ignorant
-its not cheaper since if he can get the update it would be FREE
-no features will benefit him over the z68 board he has since it already has PCIe 3.0
-there is not such thing as a "for sure fix"
-and I am pretty sure microcenter $50 off only applies if you purchase an unlocked "K" processor rolleyes.gif

If you don't have anything helpful for the OP i would just sit there and be quiet and stop criticizing others that are actually trying to help. wink.gif
post #76 of 88
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I don't even know what to do anymore..
I'm basically out of options here.

Should I just get a new mobo then? Or see if Microcenter can fix it:\

Save some cash and drive up to MC, sell of the board, buy a new Z77 or Z68 that supports your RAM.
 
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post #77 of 88
first of all he already has returning in mind.
second a asrock extreme 4 is like 50 bucks at mircocenter
he can get another cpu there too thatll save him 100 bucks why just settle for a free fix for a problem when you can upgrade and still save an extra 100 bucks last i checked -100 is better than free
and since he has a ib wouldnt it be common sense to just consider the upgrade especially since his board is probably 50-60 more than a z77, and isnt it ignorant to just not go for the obvious better solution
it saves him money fixes his problem, i dont see where im wrong here. as for your comment on no such thing as for sure fix, if what you say were true then this thread would be pointless. im not sure you realize IT WILL WORK 100% if he just changes his things, dont be ignorant and just be open minded por favor
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post #78 of 88
clearly you cannot do simple math chemist - 1xx is better than free by alot especially if his problem vanishes along with it. since hes going to microcenter anyways.Why not want to get better stuff for cheaper. He can upgrade his gpu along with this option. its clear that you guys want to help, and none says your wrong, just your stubbornness fails to help him in the long run. im just trying to help the bro out cash wise and problem wise.
i dont mind not saying anything else on this thread but think about it for the guy rather than be caught up in your own ideas about what is right.

"Why are you so ignorant
-its not cheaper since if he can get the update it would be FREE <<b><< im pretty sure -1xx is better than free
-no features will benefit him over the z68 board he has since it already has PCIe 3.0 < < z77 has pcie 3.0 and MORE
-there is not such thing as a "for sure fix" <<b>< really? dont be a retard please, obviously it would fix his problem since apparently bios updating is the problem.
-and I am pretty sure microcenter $50 off only applies if you purchase an unlocked "K" processor <<< even better now he can get a newer better cpu and mobo for cheaper

If you don't have anything helpful for the OP i would just sit there and be quiet and stop criticizing others that are actually trying to help."
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post #79 of 88
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Save some cash and drive up to MC, sell of the board, buy a new Z77 or Z68 that supports your RAM.
he gets the idea

Only a couple of people have actually said go to MC. -_-
 
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first of all he already has returning in mind.
second a asrock extreme 4 is like 50 bucks at mircocenter
he can get another cpu there too thatll save him 100 bucks why just settle for a free fix for a problem when you can upgrade and still save an extra 100 bucks last i checked -100 is better than free
andsince he has a ib wouldnt it be common sense to just consider the upgrade especially since his board is probably 50-60 more than a z77, and isnt it ignorant to just not go for the obvious better solution
it saves him money fixes his problem, i dont see where im wrong here. as for your comment on no such thing as for sure fix, if what you say were true then this thread would be pointless. im not sure you realize IT WILL WORK 100% if he just changes his things, dont be ignorant and just be open minded por favor

Oh hell here we go again, so you telling op to basically run out and purchase new stuff if his current setup runs into a little hiccup rolleyes.gif last time i checked no matter how much you save while you are spending money its not better then fixing the problem for FREErolleyes.gif If you would have payed some attention to the thread you would know he is running a 2700k and last time i checked that is a Sandy Bridge processor wink.gif I must not be the only person in this community to think you are being ludicrous and I am an open minded person but I am not a Naive person like you that would go out and start wasting money on product that may or may not fix a problem where the solution to the problem is to find the root of the cause and fix it. Are you 100% sure that a new motherboard will fix it? no because you never troubleshoot anything so please stop posting here unless you are willing to do some leg work and help op figure out the problem. Personally I don't think it has anything to do with ram not being compatible since its ddr3 on a ddr3 Dimm socket rolleyes.gif and the 55 error code may or may not mean its a ram problem since i linked a thread earlier showing someone having the same exact problem and it needed a firmware upgrade. I am also aware that the 2700k was supported since firmware 1.10 but an update would not hurt if it would actually fix his problem.
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