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Originally Posted by UCLAco2016 View Post

Thanks! I'm new to this site so my rep probably isn't worth much, but I'm going to rep you anyways!
No problem, happy to help. I will make you a UtilitiesPack today if I get a change.

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Originally Posted by ryboto View Post

Anyone in here gone to 5ghz on this board? Or taken a DMM to the board to double check the vcore that CPU-Z is reporting is real?
http://valid.canardpc.com/2626826


I ham looking at getting some different RAM, 16GB instead of 8GB as I am a fan of RAM drives, but every kit I look at appears to be noticably slower than what I have. Can anyone recommend any 16GB DDR3 dual kits?
post #1942 of 2533
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Originally Posted by HuwSharpe View Post

No problem, happy to help. I will make you a UtilitiesPack today if I get a change.
http://valid.canardpc.com/2626826


I ham looking at getting some different RAM, 16GB instead of 8GB as I am a fan of RAM drives, but every kit I look at appears to be noticably slower than what I have. Can anyone recommend any 16GB DDR3 dual kits?

Thanks! Today my psu, gpu, and hdd should be coming so I can finish my build. F
post #1943 of 2533
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Originally Posted by UCLAco2016 View Post

Thanks! Today my psu, gpu, and hdd should be coming so I can finish my build. F

As mentioned: ASRock Z77E-ITX UtilitiesPack
post #1944 of 2533
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Originally Posted by HuwSharpe View Post

As mentioned: ASRock Z77E-ITX UtilitiesPack

Slick as hale smile.gif
Thank you my brother!
post #1945 of 2533
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Originally Posted by HuwSharpe View Post

No problem, happy to help. I will make you a UtilitiesPack today if I get a change.
http://valid.canardpc.com/2626826


I ham looking at getting some different RAM, 16GB instead of 8GB as I am a fan of RAM drives, but every kit I look at appears to be noticably slower than what I have. Can anyone recommend any 16GB DDR3 dual kits?

Nice, was that just a suicide validation, or is that Vcore real and stable?
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post #1946 of 2533
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Originally Posted by soundx98 View Post

Slick as hale smile.gif
Thank you my brother!
Glad that was of some use to someone, in fact it's had 17 downloads which is cool. Perhaps I will make an installer for the drivers and utilities, where users select which drivers and/or utilities they wish to install, then the installer would download just the required files, with the option perhaps of silent install. If anyone thinks that would be of use. There could be the option for 32 and 64 bit too I guess.

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Originally Posted by ryboto View Post

Nice, was that just a suicide validation, or is that Vcore real and stable?
Hard to say to be honest, it seemed stable but i only ran it at that speed for about 30 minutes, once I saw the temperature at 95degrees I returned to a safer 4800MHz for 24/7 use. =)
post #1947 of 2533
About to move from a Zotac Z68 ITX WiFi to one of these but one thing I need to know is...

1. How are they at overclocking?
2. Any known issues with the mSATA on the back of the board in terms of compatibility or performance?
post #1948 of 2533
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Originally Posted by almighty15 View Post

1. How are they at overclocking?
2. Any known issues with the mSATA on the back of the board in terms of compatibility or performance?

1. Can overclock as far as you dare. Been as high as 5.2, got scared, returned to a steady 4.8.
2. Performance is as good as SATAII gets.
post #1949 of 2533
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Originally Posted by HuwSharpe View Post

1. Can overclock as far as you dare. Been as high as 5.2, got scared, returned to a steady 4.8.
2. Performance is as good as SATAII gets.

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When you meen you got scared, do you meen scared of killing the board or killing your CPU?
post #1950 of 2533
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When you mean you got scared, do you mean scared of killing the board or killing your CPU?

CPU of course.
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