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Just got my FTW a week ago, and have been stress testing to verify the board is all good. It has been a huge step up from my EVGA 790i Ultra and Q6600.
I love the hardware layout, But I'm not as big of a fan of the included product manual. I would speak to the BIOS, if I could actually get into it....

I'm running the 1.07 BIOS, but even when I was running the BIOS the board came on I couldn't access the BIOS past the first boot. When I booted the board up for the first time (before the BIOS flash), I got a clear CMOS error and was asked to press F11 to continue. I did, poked around the BIOS, but I didn't change anything because I knew I was about to flash the update that would allow me to use my G510 in the BIOS. Saved and clicked Exit, computer rebooted and then something funky happened (and still happens). The FTW logo displays, then something about nothing being connected to the Marvel controller displays, followed by the FTW logo again, then a screen that's up for too short a time to really figure out what it's about, followed by a normal windows boot. It still does this with the 1.07 BIOS.

Now, I do have my front panel eSATA cable plugged into the bottom Marvel port, but nothing is hooked up to that. That might be the problem, I'll play with it later.
But what I find more concerning is that I can't get back into the BIOS without clearing CMOS first (and being given a clear CMOS error on the next boot). Maybe I'm just pressing the wrong button, I would assume it's F11?
I'm currently on the third BIOS chip (saving 2 and the removable 1 for slightly riskier things).
 
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Just got my FTW a week ago, and have been stress testing to verify the board is all good. It has been a huge step up from my EVGA 790i Ultra and Q6600.
I love the hardware layout, But I'm not as big of a fan of the included product manual. I would speak to the BIOS, if I could actually get into it....
I'm running the 1.07 BIOS, but even when I was running the BIOS the board came on I couldn't access the BIOS past the first boot. When I booted the board up for the first time (before the BIOS flash), I got a clear CMOS error and was asked to press F11 to continue. I did, poked around the BIOS, but I didn't change anything because I knew I was about to flash the update that would allow me to use my G510 in the BIOS. Saved and clicked Exit, computer rebooted and then something funky happened (and still happens). The FTW logo displays, then something about nothing being connected to the Marvel controller displays, followed by the FTW logo again, then a screen that's up for too short a time to really figure out what it's about, followed by a normal windows boot. It still does this with the 1.07 BIOS.
Now, I do have my front panel eSATA cable plugged into the bottom Marvel port, but nothing is hooked up to that. That might be the problem, I'll play with it later.
But what I find more concerning is that I can't get back into the BIOS without clearing CMOS first (and being given a clear CMOS error on the next boot). Maybe I'm just pressing the wrong button, I would assume it's F11?
I'm currently on the third BIOS chip (saving 2 and the removable 1 for slightly riskier things).

As soon as you hear it beep, hold down 'Delete". It usually kicks in after the Marvell controller initiates and detects my ssd. I rarely see it go the "Z77 FTW" image and by then its too late.

Any plans for a gpu upgrade? A 660Ti should be a huge leap thumb.gif



Any one have word if 1.07 is no longer Beta? I didn't have any success with it so I rolled back to 1.04 and I'm stable except for the occasional usb doesn't work after sleep or the all the screens loose signal after sleep. I do have my C-states disabled.
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As soon as you hear it beep, hold down 'Delete". It usually kicks in after the Marvell controller initiates and detects my ssd. I rarely see it go the "Z77 FTW" image and by then its too late.
Any plans for a gpu upgrade? A 660Ti should be a huge leap thumb.gif
Any one have word if 1.07 is no longer Beta? I didn't have any success with it so I rolled back to 1.04 and I'm stable except for the occasional usb doesn't work after sleep or the all the screens loose signal after sleep. I do have my C-states disabled.

I'll try out delete next reboot.
I wonder why it has you press F11 with the Clear CMOS error (not really an error - just what the Mobo tells me it is). Mine shows the Z77 image before the Marvel controller kicks in - and then again after it kicks in. Anyone know if there is a way to turn off the Marvel controller? I will probably never use the eSATA (I have USB 3.0 drives) ports it's plugged into, and Sandforce-based drives (AKA: the Intel 520 that I have my eye on) seem to behave better on Intel-based SATA controllers.

GPU upgrade? Probably not until at least the GTX 760/770/7X0Ti cards come out. I just spent $1k of money I was saving for something else on my computer. Only reason I upgraded from my Q6600 is because it was no longer compatible with the latest version of some CAD programs I need for school. I'll probably wait until the mid-level 700 series cards hit the market, or maybe wait a little longer, save a little extra, and get a top-level 800 series card (or two)
I get by just fine on my 260 anyway. I can pull 60FPS in BF3 on low settings (which still looks amazing). No real increase in FPS now that I'm on the new Mobo/CPU/RAM platform, but man, have my loading times hit the floor. Used to take a good 2-3 minutes to load the level, even when I was already on the server. I never got the Chopper. It would take another 2-3 minutes after exiting the game before I would even get control of my PC back. Now, it take a minute, max, to load, and I get control back as soon as I exit the server.
I wasn't coming from anything too laughable either. A Q6600, EVGA 790i Ultra, 4Gb (2x2Gb) of 1600Mhz DDR3 Ram (9-9-9-24), but my CPU was always at 100% load, and my Ram never dropped below 80% usage.
It's not just games that are faster either. Some of the programs I write for school now compile in at least a quarter of the time it used to take.

When I flashed a week ago, it was still Beta. I was concerned about that - not a fan of using Beta BIOS. But then I saw all the other versions are still referred to as "BETA". I think EVGA will keep referring to it as Beta until they hit v1.1X
 
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I'll try out delete next reboot.
I wonder why it has you press F11 with the Clear CMOS error (not really an error - just what the Mobo tells me it is). Mine shows the Z77 image before the Marvel controller kicks in - and then again after it kicks in. Anyone know if there is a way to turn off the Marvel controller? I will probably never use the eSATA (I have USB 3.0 drives) ports it's plugged into, and Sandforce-based drives (AKA: the Intel 520 that I have my eye on) seem to behave better on Intel-based SATA controllers. Snip (Click to show)
GPU upgrade? Probably not until at least the GTX 760/770/7X0Ti cards come out. I just spent $1k of money I was saving for something else on my computer. Only reason I upgraded from my Q6600 is because it was no longer compatible with the latest version of some CAD programs I need for school. I'll probably wait until the mid-level 700 series cards hit the market, or maybe wait a little longer, save a little extra, and get a top-level 800 series card (or two)
I get by just fine on my 260 anyway. I can pull 60FPS in BF3 on low settings (which still looks amazing). No real increase in FPS now that I'm on the new Mobo/CPU/RAM platform, but man, have my loading times hit the floor. Used to take a good 2-3 minutes to load the level, even when I was already on the server. I never got the Chopper. It would take another 2-3 minutes after exiting the game before I would even get control of my PC back. Now, it take a minute, max, to load, and I get control back as soon as I exit the server.
I wasn't coming from anything too laughable either. A Q6600, EVGA 790i Ultra, 4Gb (2x2Gb) of 1600Mhz DDR3 Ram (9-9-9-24), but my CPU was always at 100% load, and my Ram never dropped below 80% usage.
It's not just games that are faster either. Some of the programs I write for school now compile in at least a quarter of the time it used to take.
When I flashed a week ago, it was still Beta. I was concerned about that - not a fan of using Beta BIOS. But then I saw all the other versions are still referred to as "BETA". I think EVGA will keep referring to it as Beta until they hit v1.1X

try 1.04. My cpu is rock solid up to 4.9 using very little voltage. The only reason i kept the z77 ftw is because I'm running triple air cooled cards and it was the only of the newest boards that can allow you to run my setup with an extra slot of breathing room. I wasn't blown away but its working fine now and its too late to return it to amazon.




Btw, here's my latest incarnation of my rig:

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I have nothing wrong with 1.07. No complaints. That may change later after I finish putting the new core through it's paces - I like to have a base line to get a more accurate gauge of improvements - and I start OCing and tweaking. But for now, it get's the job done - and have 3 chip to play with certainly eases the worry of bricking it (one being removable almost entirely eliminates that worry).
Only reason I don't like Beta BIOS is I don't want to be the one to discover that it doesn't like something. I have a lot of different pieces of hardware that actually interact with the Mobo, chances for something in my rig conflicting with a Beta-bug are slightly higher for me (and this is a work/school computer foremost).
 
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You have G510 keyboard like me. Z77 FTW like some ASRock Z77, GIGABYTE and other boards have problem with previous BIOS version to go in BIOS.
Only people with some version od Logitech G keyboard. But with 1.07 BIOS I can easy open BIOS wit DEL taster. Everything work now and other manufacturer are resolve that problem too. PS2 and all other keyboard work with all version of BIOS.
I always like how EVGA boards look different than others, I can say like part of space ship special X79 FTW and X79 Classified and SR-X other high end board look like some kind of toys I don't know, all same. Only EVGA try hard to make happy their customer. For other that is massive production like TV and refrigerators.
I buy because gaming and daily use but I need graphic card faster than series 7xx. I mean before new Nvidia series. I want my motherboard and graphic to be complete but now I think to spend little more on 680 Classified and stay about 3 years with that card. My Radeon was work almost 3 years non-stop deep OC and graphic card is next step.

Tell my what number is that your Mushkin Redline... and how work with Z77 FTW.
Edited by Vlada011 - 8/25/12 at 12:20pm
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You have G510 keyboard like me. Z77 FTW like some ASRock Z77, GIGABYTE and other boards have problem with previous BIOS version to go in BIOS.
Only people with some version od Logitech G keyboard. But with 1.07 BIOS I can easy open BIOS wit DEL taster. Everything work now and other manufacturer are resolve that problem too. PS2 and all other keyboard work with all version of BIOS. Warning: Snip (Click to show)
I always like how EVGA boards look different than others, I can say like part of space ship special X79 FTW and X79 Classified and SR-X other high end board look like some kind of toys I don't know, all same. Only EVGA try hard to make happy their customer. For other that is massive production like TV and refrigerators.
I buy because gaming and daily use but I need graphic card faster than series 7xx. I mean before new Nvidia series. I want my motherboard and graphic to be complete but now I think to spend little more on 680 Classified and stay about 3 years with that card. My Radeon was work almost 3 years non-stop deep OC and graphic card is next step.
Tell my what number is that your Mushkin Redline... and how work with Z77 FTW.

One of the reasons I'm running the 1.07 BIOS, so I don't need to bust out my PS/2 backup whenever I need to go into BIOS. The Del key worked, and for all those interested: yes, you can disable the Marvel SATA controller if you don't want it.
EVGA rep: in the next revision of BIOS as "Press and hold 'Del' key to enter BIOS" would be very much appreciated. Not a huge deal, but with your already very sparse reading material on your BIOS for the FTW, it would be very helpful.

Same. One of the reasons I bought the FTW as well: I eliminated every board that wasn't 100% PCIe 3.0 for the x16 slots (I made an exception for the x4 and x1 slots), I wanted to be ready for when I do finally upgrade my GPU, I want to go to the latest generation.

This is the specific ram kit I bought. 1866Mhz, 9-9-9-27. It's the third Mushkin kit I bought, and I've been very satisfied with the product all three times.
The first two kits I bought were two of these to be used on an Asus P67 Sabertooth. The XMP on those kits were picked up just fine. But the XMP on this kit (for the FTW) I had to select manually. No big deal, it selected just fine. I ran everything through a 6 hour Prime95 torture test to verify the memory was good, as well as MemTest. Everything checked out.
One thing I did note it's like the heat sinks are "backwards" when you install on board with the Z77 chip set - or at least every Z77 board I've thought to take a closer look at the DIMM slots on. The heat sinks are these hollowed out triangles. You have the two sides, but not middle or base, and they're supposed to be facing up, like the letter 'V'. Heat starts at the bottom of the 'V', and drifts up, out and away. In stead it's like the letter "A" without the cross piece. Drifts up, hits the apex and then comes out. The ram seems to run maybe one-three decrees C hotter than normal because of this. nothign concerning, but something to note.

All in all, very happy with the kit. I decided that from now I'm only buying Mushkin for my RAM. They're an American company that builds their product here - and I already send enough of my money overseas when I buy my computer parts. Plus, they offer a lifetime warranty on all their Ram. NASA uses them, and if it's good enough for NASA, it's good enough for me.
 
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I'm having a lot of sleep mode issues. Don't want to come back and if I restart, I return to windows resume. Could be a cold boot issue but I'm thinking its related to a c-stated that's disabled. Anyways, was browsing EVGA forums and it looks like Bios v1.09 is due in the next few days. Also, there is still plans to address the bclk and "fix" it to 100.00 for those looking to squeeze every last bit smile.gif


http://www.evga.com/forums/fb.ashx?m=1722293
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I think I remember seeing a setting in the BIOS about this. I could tell you for the life of me what that setting was called, or where it was - I just remember it specifically mentioned sleep and hibernation modes.
 
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