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post #1211 of 2422
It's pretty straight forward for RAM .... you have 4 numbers to change, and then the DRAM
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post #1212 of 2422
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The Instant flash is painless and easy- just need a usb drive smile.gif

Anyone else experiencing issues with USB Keyboards not working after first time power on? I am on the 1.4 BIOS so it shouldn't be a BIOS problem...I just need to unplug it and plug it back in and it works.....I can then restart 10 times in a row and it works. It's just when it's completely off and I power it on for the first time. My Logitech USB mouse works fine- using the two USB2 ports in the back- haven't tried the USB3 ports to see if it will make a difference. Keyboard is a Coolermaster Quick Fire Mechanical Keyboard USB2.

Funny, I couldn't get my Quick Fire to even work in the USB3 socket. Works fine in the USB2 socket though. It does light up during post, go dark, then light up again once windows loads. Come to think of it I have it plugged into my monitor which is technically a usb hub. That's probably why it goes thru the double power cycle.

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post #1213 of 2422
hmm what do i have to do to make sure that my USB ports do not supply any power when turned off?

my external HDD have power sensing and while its receiving power from the USB ports, its constantly powered on
post #1214 of 2422
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hmm what do i have to do to make sure that my USB ports do not supply any power when turned off?
my external HDD have power sensing and while its receiving power from the USB ports, its constantly powered on

I don't recall seeing a function of that sort in the BIOS unfortunately ...
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post #1215 of 2422
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I don't recall seeing a function of that sort in the BIOS unfortunately ...

bloody tools that design these features should be shot, not keen on having my backlit keyboard and mouse lighting up ether
post #1216 of 2422
Aha! Found what I was looking for

Shoot this guy a PM and see what he can do for ya smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1269133/asrock-bios-mods-unlocks-beta/0_100
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post #1217 of 2422
Anyone running a i2500K on the ASRock Z77E-ITX overclocked above 4.7 who cares to share there BIOS setting?

I have managed to get up to 4.8, but not stable and i'm getting sick of the BSOD now.
post #1218 of 2422
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Anyone running a i2500K on the ASRock Z77E-ITX overclocked above 4.7 who cares to share there BIOS setting?
I have managed to get up to 4.8, but not stable and i'm getting sick of the BSOD now.

Not all chips can reach that high.
its the silicon lottery...
post #1219 of 2422
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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5326809

Did I win? lachen.gif

Probably will run it again on Christmas when I get a graphics card lolol
 
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post #1220 of 2422
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Originally Posted by HuwSharpe View Post

Anyone running a i2500K on the ASRock Z77E-ITX overclocked above 4.7 who cares to share there BIOS setting?
I have managed to get up to 4.8, but not stable and i'm getting sick of the BSOD now.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1ebiw6KISU

If you expand the description on my video, I posted a link to BIOS screenshots for running a 2500K at 5GHz on the 1.30 BIOS. I'm also using 2x4GB Samsung low voltage RAM at very tight timings.
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