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Well, back into the bios to setup your stuff right.

That is what I hate about doing bios updates, redoing all my settings and trying to remember what everything was set to. tongue.gif

I am pretty good with remembering that stuff though so it isnt that big of a deal, I could recite all my bios settings from my memory.
 
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Anyone know of a way of reading the saved user profile bin files? To get the numbers out of it at least would be somewhat handy. This is another lesson learnt, unfortunately the hard way.

On the plus side my XFX R7870 Black Edition should be arriving today =)
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If i buy this board would you guys suggest a bios update right when i bring it home? (is the current one in good working order)
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Hi

Just got this mobo and a bitfenix prodigy. Was just wondering if anyone here has a corsair h60 (the new type) as i'm not too sure where the pump is supposed to be plugged into. Also is there a way to change the voltage on the cpu and fan header as it says it need a 12v connection?
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Hi

Just got this mobo and a bitfenix prodigy. Was just wondering if anyone here has a corsair h60 (the new type) as i'm not too sure where the pump is supposed to be plugged into. Also is there a way to change the voltage on the cpu and fan header as it says it need a 12v connection?

Plug the H60 into a molex.

For the CPU and fan header, plug those directly into the motherboard. There are options within the BIOS to modify these voltages
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If i buy this board would you guys suggest a bios update right when i bring it home? (is the current one in good working order)

A rule of thumb ... don't fix what ain't broken. If it ships with 1.7, I would flash to 1.8 (1.7 was removed from their website for unspecified reasons)
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Anyone know of a way of reading the saved user profile bin files? To get the numbers out of it at least would be somewhat handy. This is another lesson learnt, unfortunately the hard way.

On the plus side my XFX R7870 Black Edition should be arriving today =)

No way as far as I know. That being said, most of us overclockers memorize all the settings our mobos need so that's never a problem ...
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Plug the H60 into a molex.

For the CPU and fan header, plug those directly into the motherboard. There are options within the BIOS to modify these voltages

I've looked in the bios, it says in fan controller full on for both the cpu and the other fan port. So I should plug the pump into a molex? not sure if that's right.
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Plug the H60 into a molex.

For the CPU and fan header, plug those directly into the motherboard. There are options within the BIOS to modify these voltages

I've looked in the bios, it says in fan controller full on for both the cpu and the other fan port. So I should plug the pump into a molex? not sure if that's right.

Plug the pump into molex. You don't want to undervolt it, it runs the risk of damaging the pump
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Hi,

Have been reading this thread for quite some time and now I'm rather interested in this board. I'll probably pull the trigger tomorrow, so need some suggestion for my build rolleyes.gif

I7 3770K (already bought it)
Super Flower Golden King 550w (still waiting for RMA)
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What I'll buy tomorrow:
- Asrock Z77e-itx (obviously biggrin.gif)
- Corsair Vengeance LP 2x8
- HSF (?) probably will use the stock one until I get a case
- Case, maybe a Sugo 05, but I'm not so sure yet...
- no discrete GPU, on a really tight budget here, will buy it next month or so redface.gif

Any suggestion for HSF + case that will suit me? No Prodigy please, that case is just too big for itx rig redface.gif
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Hi hellwalker,

Sugo SG05 is a great case, I love it!
It is just hard to find the right heatsink if you plan on using a discrete GPU, have a look at the compatibility list from HuwSharpe: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3jruY0yVasgUDc3dUZZN1FJRGs/edit
The CPU socket is indeed very close to the PCIe port on this mobo.

If you don't want to O/C you i7 to crazy levels, you should try an All In One watercooling system.
HPE1000 is using the Thermaltake Performer and I think he is happy with it.
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No way as far as I know. That being said, most of us overclockers memorize all the settings our mobos need so that's never a problem ...

Strange thing actually, as soon as i went to start playing about with setting it all started to come back to me, got the 4800MHz profile set backup in about 10minutes, though i do need to stress test it, next i need to recall the 5000MHz and 5200MHz profiles, though i will rarely run those profiles as she gets far too hot.
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