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2133mhz cl 9 with 1.43v on dram works great. I have heard that my batch is capable of 2800 mhz with 1.7v. Have some heat sinks to put on before I push voltage.

Thank you, I'm going to be purchasing this set http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231638
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Does anyone get the no display message right before windows boots up ?
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Does anyone get the no display message right before windows boots up ?

Is your CPU overclocked? Try going back to stock, see if that solves the issue.
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Originally Posted by Resme View Post

Thank you, I'm going to be purchasing this set http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231638


I think the low voltage Gskill sticks are a better value but they require some tweaking and Gskill has a reputation of putting different ICs on kits that effect performance.


The Sammy's that I have come from a batch that have a reputation of hitting 2800mhz with the right CPU/System.
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So I recently downloaded the Virtu MVP drivers from MSI's website, and installed them. However, upon restart, I only got a black screen.

My BIOS is set to initiate the video card first, instead of the iGPU. Also, it's set to D-Mode instead of I-Mode. My HDMI cable is connected to the video card.

I didn't get the chance to install the Virtu MVP software. As far as I understand is you should, connect the monitor to the video card, set BIOS to D-Mode, install drivers, and install the MVP software. So what am I doing wrong?
post #1146 of 3634
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i never run wifi..i only get maby 3mb sec running wifi..and i have fios ..wired in i seen up to 102mbs

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That's what I was kind of worried about. A previous motherboard I owned had built-in wifi, but it wasn't dual band, and I would get around 4 Mbps speeds on my 60+ Mbps Xfinity connection. I bought a Linksys AE3000 wireless adapter (dual band), and I would get nearly 35 Mbps speeds, which is great for a wireless signal. I was hoping I could just return the Linksys adapter and stick with the built-in offering from the MSI board, but if it really is as poor as you say, I may just have to hold onto it.

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just got this board and got a few problems
#1 Is there no offset voltage?
#2 Those Blue Led's for the phases are going crazy, constantly flickering and flashing, soooo annoying
#3 wifi is a gimmick, single band, low speed

Well I am not sure what all you guys are doing with the wifi but I've had no issues with any multiplayer game or torrents.
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That can be turn off via control panel.
Has anyone gotten a motherboard from Amazon warehouse deals before? They have a MSI Mpower for 175. Thinking about getting it.

 

Typically hardware, (or probably most things) from the Amazon warehouse is just stuff people returned, so you can snag some good deals.  It'd be the equivalent to buying it "Open-Box" on newegg.com

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Installing Windows 8 on RAID 0 (help needed) (update: seems like I am getting it to work)


I am having some challenges installing Windows 8 on RAID 0 SSD array.


Currently I am running BIOS 17.5 with updated RAID OROM (v 11.6.0.1702).


Steps I am doing (so far have not been able to install Win 8):

1) Setting up bios:
- default bios settings
- reboot
- in bios: changing Sata Mode to RAID Mode
- reboot

2) Creating RAID 0 array:
- ctrl + i and going into Intel Rapid Storage Technology Option ROM (IRST OROM)
- creating RAID0 array using 2x Samsung 840 Pro (256GB each; RAID array size - 475,9GB)
- reboot

3) Installing Win 8 (unsuccessful)
- booting up from flash drive with Windows 8 Ent x64 on it
- getting to dialog where one chooses drive/partition to install Windows too

Now what happens next:
- when I press 'Next' after choosing the drive I get to the messege:
"We couldn't create a new partition or locate an existing one. For more information, see the Setup log files."

I have tried:
- loading the Intel RST Drivers (v11.7.0.1013 both x64 and x86) with no luck
- creating new drive during Win 8 setup which is less then total volume of the array
- deleting the array and start over

So far - getting to the same message.


Any ideas or suggestions about this?

update:
- plugged out the SATA DVD Drive
- put usb key with windows 8 into USB 2.0 slot

result: the setup is finally running


Will update the post once everything is cleared out. Perhaps it will be useful for some.
Edited by SE530 - 12/7/12 at 7:29am
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post #1149 of 3634
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Well I am not sure what all you guys are doing with the wifi but I've had no issues with any multiplayer game or torrents.

Well, my main use for wifi on my gaming PC will be downloading games off Steam, and whether I'm only waiting around 45 min to an hour to download a game or 4+ hours depends on the speed of my connection. I have a Linksys router, and when I use my Linksys wireless adapter that I recently purchased (AE3000), I'm getting near 35+ Mbps, which is very good for downloading Steam games anywhere from 7-15 GBs in around an hour or less. If the built-in wifi found on the MPower board doesn't provide near the download speeds of my dedicated adapter, then I could be waiting MANY hours to download a game off Steam. I'd like to save money and return the wireless adapter, but only if the MPower wifi makes it necessary to do so.
post #1150 of 3634
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Its not. Its label as "Used, Very good"


i would just buy it new for a few dollars more..i havent seen them more then 200 new
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