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Is a bios chip easy to replace, do I need any specialised tools for this?
Nope, just pull it out of its slot and plug the new one in.

@ghost I agree so much, I would pay 10$ more on a mobo to get an extra chip.
 
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Nope, just pull it out of its slot and plug the new one in.

@ghost I agree so much, I would pay 10$ more on a mobo to get an extra chip.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Asrock-BIOS-Chip-Z77-Extreme6-Pro4-Z77E-ITX-Pro-M-Extreme4-Extreme4-M-Pro3-/281030272784?pt=UK_Computing_LaptopMotherboards_CPUs_CA&hash=item416eb5a710

Thanks for your help everyone, shall I go ahead and order this one?
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So, a quick question for those of you that have watercooled on this board: Do I need to worry about cooling the VRM's on a mild overclock? I had a Coolermaster Geminii on my board which blew downward but now with the waterblock there is nothing blowing on that little heatsink. It gets pretty hot to the touch, like I don't want to keep my finger on it for more than 5 seconds. Also, is the MB temp sensor the VRM temp?
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It does have a locking tab, and requires me to shove a pencil into my computer to unlock the gpu.

0_o can't you just press it with your thumb? Where did you specifically shove the pencil?

edit: wait, you have the Sugo case, i CAN access the gpu entirely with my Bitfenix prodigy, so no pencil needed. hopefully.
Edited by ChronoBodi - 2/17/13 at 3:50am
     
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For the tab, you would press it from the cooler side of the card (at slot level), towards the top of the mainboard with tool parallel to mainboard. Or from the back side of the vga board going towards the slot, with something pointed or flat that is parallel to the vga board. It would slide down in between the board and tab from this direction. You'll notice if you release the rest of the board, it will be pivoting/rocking on this point where it's caught on the tab. I can't get a picture right now, put perhaps you get the idea?

Cavey00,
I'd be curious about this VRM cooling too, since I've got an axp-140 with fan pulling, so the only air would come from a front case fan in the SG05. I've got mine at 4.2ghz right now. I haven't actually touched the VRM sink to see.
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Gday Guys

Can anyone point me in the direction on OC a 3770K on this board. Threads, webpage etc.

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For the tab, you would press it from the cooler side of the card (at slot level), towards the top of the mainboard with tool parallel to mainboard. Or from the back side of the vga board going towards the slot, with something pointed or flat that is parallel to the vga board. It would slide down in between the board and tab from this direction. You'll notice if you release the rest of the board, it will be pivoting/rocking on this point where it's caught on the tab. I can't get a picture right now, put perhaps you get the idea?

Cavey00,
I'd be curious about this VRM cooling too, since I've got an axp-140 with fan pulling, so the only air would come from a front case fan in the SG05. I've got mine at 4.2ghz right now. I haven't actually touched the VRM sink to see.
That's more than I have. Mine is on a bench type setup! Open air so no case heat but still.

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Hi,

Just built a new pc with this board and an i5 3570k with 8gb Samsung green ram. In my old system with this same processor, running off a gigabyte sniper board I could get the ram to have 2133hz with 9/11/11/21 timings. If I try to go anything over 1600hz on this board, I got the boot loop?

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I have not personally used the magic ram on this board but I know a few members have, maybe wait for them to chime in with their settings. What voltage are you running the ram at?
 
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Hi,

Using 1.6v so should be plenty. Just got it to run at 2000hz at 9/10/10/10/28 but upon running the test to determine the windows score , it froze the computer.

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