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Thanks for the info, PRIM for a few hrs and look for whea errors..!

Some like to run prime for 12hrs or more and that is a requirement for the Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge stable clubs, but even with what that does prove it does not mean your system is stable with everything as it tests in a limited way.

So, prime for a few hours, then a few IBT runs, and then a run or two of Cinebench - to get a varity of shorter system test loads - and then, most importantly, run what you actually run for awhile and see if it works or not.

If it does, then you are good, If not, adjust system to be more stable.
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post #1392 of 3634
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Some like to run prime for 12hrs or more and that is a requirement for the Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge stable clubs, but even with what that does prove it does not mean your system is stable with everything as it tests in a limited way.
So, prime for a few hours, then a few IBT runs, and then a run or two of Cinebench - to get a varity of shorter system test loads - and then, most importantly, run what you actually run for awhile and see if it works or not.
If it does, then you are good, If not, adjust system to be more stable.

The new version of prime runs trifle warmer as its using full instruction set

The version in my signal. 27.7 build 2

I believe it completes quicker than previous but haven't measured it out yet.
post #1393 of 3634
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The new version of prime runs trifle warmer as its using full instruction set
The version in my signal. 27.7 build 2
I believe it completes quicker than previous but haven't measured it out yet.
Nah it wont complete any quicker than earlier versions as at default time run for each fft size is still set to 15min just like it was with older versions. You still need to run it at minimum around 3 hours to make full loop of all fft sizes.

But ye 27.7 version does heat cpu a lot more than older version as it support AVX library ( same stuff basicly as ibt/linx ) and older versions didint.
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post #1394 of 3634
This mobo is arriving at mine tomorrow, to go in my new NZXT 820 smile.gif
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Has anyone here try runnig a card like a sound card in the buttom PCIE slot while like running SLI. I tried it on my GD65 but it disables my SLI becaue of the bandwith that gets split between the PCIE slots.
.

The Z77 does not support SLI. To answer your Q though... you can still use the bottom pci-e with 2x GPUs installed.

Just wondering what this means as if it means what I think it says then I need to learn something new.

I thought Z77 boards do support SLI. I own one and I run SLI with two GPUs, as I did with my Z68.

When I had a MPower I ran it SLI 8x/8x. And I ran it with a soundcard in the top PCIe slot (closest to CPU).

So I do not think you are saying that they can't, but are instead saying something else and I just did not understand it.

 my mistake.. keep getting mixed up with my own information.

 

 SLI = yes.. at 8x 8x .. but not 3x way.. as 4x PCI-E speed is not supported with NV SLI.. is with Xfire though.. so 3x Xfire would work. I do not think a dual GPU card would work in Slot #1 with a 2nd GPU [for Phyx] in slot2 .. as this would reduce slot1 to 8x.. 

 

 **Sorry for the confusion.

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Newer control center available for dl'd at msi 2.5.045
post #1397 of 3634
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Originally Posted by PCWargamer View Post

Some like to run prime for 12hrs or more and that is a requirement for the Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge stable clubs, but even with what that does prove it does not mean your system is stable with everything as it tests in a limited way.
So, prime for a few hours, then a few IBT runs, and then a run or two of Cinebench - to get a varity of shorter system test loads - and then, most importantly, run what you actually run for awhile and see if it works or not.
If it does, then you are good, If not, adjust system to be more stable.

The new version of prime runs trifle warmer as its using full instruction set

The version in my signal. 27.7 build 2

I believe it completes quicker than previous but haven't measured it out yet.

It uses the AVX instruction set from W7 SP1.
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Originally Posted by KEL888 View Post

Has anyone here try runnig a card like a sound card in the buttom PCIE slot while like running SLI. I tried it on my GD65 but it disables my SLI becaue of the bandwith that gets split between the PCIE slots.
.

The Z77 does not support SLI. To answer your Q though... you can still use the bottom pci-e with 2x GPUs installed.


Just wondering what this means as if it means what I think it says then I need to learn something new.


I thought Z77 boards do support SLI. I own one and I run SLI with two GPUs, as I did with my Z68.


When I had a MPower I ran it SLI 8x/8x. And I ran it with a soundcard in the top PCIe slot (closest to CPU).


So I do not think you are saying that they can't, but are instead saying something else and I just did not understand it.
 my mistake.. keep getting mixed up with my own information.

 SLI = yes.. at 8x 8x .. but not 3x way.. as 4x PCI-E speed is not supported with NV SLI.. is with Xfire though.. so 3x Xfire would work. I do not think a dual GPU card would work in Slot #1 with a 2nd GPU [for Phyx] in slot2 .. as this would reduce slot1 to 8x.. 

 **Sorry for the confusion.

I bet you do have a lot of info in your head! So, thanks for clarifing and yes and yes to above - AFAIK.
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Guys thanks for the answers. I'll update my never ending trouble with this rig:

- First it wouldn't power on, after changing processor, memory, using only IGP nothing yet. Decided to change the PSU. It was a 450w unit, so no videocard. Installed windows was running fine;
- Tested my PSU on my nephew's PC an old LGA755 rig, it worked with no problems;
- Borrowed a 1100w PSU from a friend, and gave him mine (it should be some kind of incompatibility), his PSU worked fine installed both GPUs in crossfire, passed Heaven @1300Mhz on core;
- He called me, same issue on his RIVE, my PSU TX950w didn't work on his rig;
- So I start thinking it must be something with the PSU socket, what are the odds it was working on my nephew's PC because the motherboard's ATX pins are thicker than both the MPOWER and RIVE;
- Arriving at his home I've found the issue and my PSU worked fine on his rig that has 2 7970s lightning;
- Took my PSU back, before installing I decided to swap my 7970s to see if was bad installation or the first card's VRMs would normally be 30ºC hotter while under heavy OC;
- Then my new issue has begun, the damn B2 debug code it is related to my GPU's; somehow now it doesn't like one of my cards;
- I swapped then back was able to boot, reinstalled windows 8 but when I'm installing the driver for the GPUs it will just go blank and it won't post again;
- If I remove one card it works fine, but crossfire it won't work (the additional power 6pin is connected);
- It have past 4 days and I wasn't able to oc the processor yet because of all those errors;

@ the guy who considered the possibility of a short circuit because it's touching the chassis, I've used this accelero several times in this case, even with this board it had worked already.
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Can you help i want to overclock my intel core i7-3770k up to 5 ghz can you help me i have a msi z77 mpower mainboard and an corsair h60
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