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Hey guys quick question for ya...

After the weekend, (not using the ITX at all) my PC seems to boot real slow through the bios. Like it'll take either a longer time on the actual bios screen or it'll take longer for windows to come up, it'll just have a blinking cursor then it'll finally boot.... Like normally it'll fly right through the post page, where it has the ASRock, but now, it either takes a good 5-10seconds on that page or, like this morning, hung after the bios page and had the black blinking cursor.... Could it be my SSD?

ANY ideas?

It would not be your sad as the bios is stored on the motherboard. You might want to try to clear the cmos, that might help.
    
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It would not be your sad as the bios is stored on the motherboard. You might want to try to clear the cmos, that might help.
Could be, the bios has to enumerate all devices, and a bad SSD can delay that process. OP, try disconnecting all devices and see what happens.
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that was my point, reverse the fan and have it pull air. CPU might be slightly hotter but overall air flow may be better then push and less heat saturation in a spot.

i have no issues with pull with my U9B though i do tape up half the heatsink so the air wont short circuit

Seems to worked fine, one of my cores hit 78 degrees on Prime95 torture test (About 3 hours) with my 3570k @ 4.4GHz (1.224 V)
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I'm going to a Prodigy build, as I can't stand my full tower anymore. I'm debating between this board and the P8Z77-I Deluxe. Can anyone give me a recommendation? I realize the thread is for the AsRock, but I've never used the brand. The only reason I'm not jumping to the Asus is that it costs $45 more, and I'm not really seeing where it would be worth it.

Does anyone have any common complaints about the AsRock board? Again, this will be going into a Bitfenix Prodigy and cooled by an h100.
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I'm going to a Prodigy build, as I can't stand my full tower anymore. I'm debating between this board and the P8Z77-I Deluxe. Can anyone give me a recommendation? I realize the thread is for the AsRock, but I've never used the brand. The only reason I'm not jumping to the Asus is that it costs $45 more, and I'm not really seeing where it would be worth it.

Does anyone have any common complaints about the AsRock board? Again, this will be going into a Bitfenix Prodigy and cooled by an h100.
I was in a similar situation and went for the asrock mainly because of the price and poor layout of the asus (check the sata and usb 3 location) not great, plus I think that voltage regulation board that sticks up on the asus looks stupid as hell.

I have yet to try my board as im still awaiting on the cpu and cooler but from looking at it, it seems very high quality. Ive got a build log going in my sig if your interested.
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I have the black Prodigy case and I went back and forth for weeks between the Asus and the ASRock. I went with ASRock due to the colore scheme of the motherboard (mostly all black/dark vs too much blue on the Asus). The ASRock Z77E-ITX is awesome. My only pending issue is how big of a heatsink/closed loop cooler/water cooler block I can install. The area around the CPU socket seems a bit tight as compared to other ITX offerings. I'm still scouring the interwebs for other's experience so hopefully I will find what I'm looking for.

All in all the Prodigy and Z77E-ITX were almost meant for each other.
Edited by Uranio - 4/4/13 at 9:15pm
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H220 fits ok - a slight kiss of the VRM heatsinks but no trouble seating., and likely so would an AD2. Most form factor CPU blocks would fit fine. Air coolers like most mITX cases tend to need to be configured correctly with different airflow or you won't be able to use them.
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I have the black Prodigy case and I went back and forth for weeks between the Asus and the ASRock. I went with ASRock due to the colore scheme of the motherboard (mostly all black/dark vs too much blue on the Asus). The ASRock Z77E-ITX is awesome. My only pending issue is how big of a heatsink/closed loop cooler/water cooler block I can install. The area around the CPU socket seems a bit tight as compared to other ITX offerings. I'm still scouring the interwebs for other's experience so hopefully I will find what I'm looking for.

All in all the Prodigy and Z77E-ITX were almost meant for each other.

lol we have the same board and the same case thumb.gif

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lol we have the same board and the same case thumb.gif
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I have come accross people with the same case, motherboard, CPU and drive before, it makes you realise that you are not a beautiful and unique snowflake after all =)
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