Ok so I'm 14 hours into P95 at 4.7Ghz with 1.36v. I'm amazed that with this new MVE I can run the same multiplier with a lower voltage. My AsRock Z77 Extreme4 took 1.491v for this OC!!! I'm so impressed. This board was worth every cent of the $380 I paid for it.
I'm having a really hard time attaching the antennas to the MWifi card. Those two small golden circles that are supposed to connect to the Wifi card just doesn't want to seem to go in. Are they supposed to click on? I think I'm going to have to take the card off and just hold it so I can apply a little more pressure because I already have the card attached to the motherboard and I'm afraid of bending it.
Did anyone else have this problem?
So I'm still on BIOS 1408 I haven't really felt any need to update it, but since I have a dual BIOS switch on my board I guess I have nothing to lose (I hope!) if I flash the newest BIOS on one of them.
Also, how do I export my settings onto a flash drive? and how do I save my BIOS settings as a profile in my BIOS. On my AsRock I could have more than one profile for different overclocks on my BIOS.
Ok, one more question. Luckily I haven't gotten any WHEA errors (or P95 errors) yet, but is there a way that I could somehow set something up to be alerted by a balloon or something like that when I get a WHEA error code 19? Just so I don't have to stare at event viewer constantly and can actually surf the web or what not when stress testing with p95. I hate forgetting about checking event viewer and then I remember 12 hours in to look and it turns out that I got an WHEA error code 19 like 8 hours ago.
Here are some pics for your viewing pleasure. I can't wait to get my Phantom 820 tomorrow so I can set everything up. Sadly I can't have my dual 7950's set-up just yet because my Seasonic x-850 is out for RMA and I'm not going to get it back for a couple weeks (does anyone know how long RMA's usually take?) so I have to use my Seasonic M12II 620w until then so no gaming
At least this will give me some time to just concentrate on my CPU overclocking.