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Thank you very much sir, and one question, can you tell me how can I updated my BIOS with m-Flash method? I want to download the ROM File, but I don't know exactly which file are compatible with my motherboard.... now I'm using 17.1 BIOS, and my MS is MS-7751 Version 4.1
Just use the liveupdate 5 software that comes with your board and update it via that.....should give you an option to m-flash or update on the hard drive. Using the m-flash method, go to your bios to set your flash drive as your number one boot priority after you have the necessary files on your flash drive then reboot back to your bios after it's updated your bios to switch your boot priority to your hard drive.
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Just use the liveupdate 5 software that comes with your board and update it via that.....should give you an option to m-flash or update on the hard drive. Using the m-flash method, go to your bios to set your flash drive as your number one boot priority after you have the necessary files on your flash drive then reboot back to your bios after it's updated your bios to switch your boot priority to your hard drive.

Thanks for the response,
but how about this one : http://www.msi.com/service/biosupdate/....at the bottom, I see the guide using m-Flash, does those method is a good one?
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Thanks for the response,
but how about this one : http://www.msi.com/service/biosupdate/....at the bottom, I see the guide using m-Flash, does those method is a good one?

Yes m-flash is easy to use. all you do is download the bios file from there site

http://us.msi.com/product/mb/Z77-MPOWER.html#/?div=BIOS

install the bios file on a flash drive/ usb stick and go into the bios and click on utility's. it will open the usb drive and you locate were you put the file. it will ask you if you want to back up your old bios click yes then it will install the new bios update. I like the m-flash it seems much easier and hasel free
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I've tried searching this thread for a specific answer to my question without any luck, and I don't feel like clicking through every page to find what I'm searching for, so I'll try and keep this short and hopefully someone can help me out.

In the bios the only option I'm changing at the moment is the one titled "Adjust CPU Ratio". I change this setting to 42, restart, and it boots up fine with no problems. Temps are only 1-2C different than the 3.4 stock speed. After this success I try for a higher clock of 4.6, so I up the ratio to 46. At this point I restart and get what I guess is known as a boot loop, and eventually the system says the OC failed and tells me to enter bios and default settings will be restored and then I start over. Well I try 45, 44, and 43 with no luck. Basically my question is, how do I go about achieving a higher clock than 4.2? Anything above this goes into a boot loop on restart until it decides the OC failed. When going above 4.2 are there any settings I need to adjust, enable, or disable to make this work? I noticed the voltage is set to auto and compensates for the higher clock speed at 4.2, but does it require a manual voltage setting at anything higher than this? I'm running an i5 3570k and it idles in the low 30's with a Corsair H60 water cooler, which I've heard is a little high for an idle, but normal on this chip.
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I've tried searching this thread for a specific answer to my question without any luck, and I don't feel like clicking through every page to find what I'm searching for, so I'll try and keep this short and hopefully someone can help me out.
In the bios the only option I'm changing at the moment is the one titled "Adjust CPU Ratio". I change this setting to 42, restart, and it boots up fine with no problems. Temps are only 1-2C different than the 3.4 stock speed. After this success I try for a higher clock of 4.6, so I up the ratio to 46. At this point I restart and get what I guess is known as a boot loop, and eventually the system says the OC failed and tells me to enter bios and default settings will be restored and then I start over. Well I try 45, 44, and 43 with no luck. Basically my question is, how do I go about achieving a higher clock than 4.2? Anything above this goes into a boot loop on restart until it decides the OC failed. When going above 4.2 are there any settings I need to adjust, enable, or disable to make this work? I noticed the voltage is set to auto and compensates for the higher clock speed at 4.2, but does it require a manual voltage setting at anything higher than this? I'm running an i5 3570k and it idles in the low 30's with a Corsair H60 water cooler, which I've heard is a little high for an idle, but normal on this chip.
Yeah for overclocking you definitely want to set your voltage manually. In your case, you simply did not have enough power to your 3570k to get 4.6 so it didn't run stable. Also when oc'ing don't forget to increase your vcore voltage SLOWLY, large increases of voltage can heat up your cpu quickly thus damaging it. There's also guides around ocn on overclocking ivy bridge cpus so you might want to check that out.

Here's a link to one of them: http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end
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yes turn off hybernation..it will eat up about 8-10gb of space
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Yeah for overclocking you definitely want to set your voltage manually. In your case, you simply did not have enough power to your 3570k to get 4.6 so it didn't run stable. Also when oc'ing don't forget to increase your vcore voltage SLOWLY, large increases of voltage can heat up your cpu quickly thus damaging it. There's also guides around ocn on overclocking ivy bridge cpus so you might want to check that out.
Here's a link to one of them: http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end

The vcore is the setting called "CPU Core Voltage", correct? I'm just learning as I go. And okay, I'll checkout that link. Thanks. I'm also thinking about ordering a Corsair push pull setup that I saw on Newegg for around $24, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835181027.
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yes turn off hybernation..it will eat up about 8-10gb of space

Is this for me or someone else?
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The vcore is the setting called "CPU Core Voltage", correct? I'm just learning as I go. And okay, I'll checkout that link. Thanks. I'm also thinking about ordering a Corsair push pull setup that I saw on Newegg for around $24, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835181027.
Yeah those fans for your push pull setup seem okay, if you're okay with your room sounding like a jet engine (and i mean jet engine) you could go with this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835213001. If you own a h100 or h100i i believe the stock fans that it comes with are exactly identical, can't confirm this though.
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Yeah those fans for your push pull setup seem okay, if you're okay with your room sounding like a jet engine (and i mean jet engine) you could go with this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835213001. If you own a h100 or h100i i believe the stock fans that it comes with are exactly identical, can't confirm this though.

Damn, that's nuts! 5200rpm. Wouldn't that be jet enginex2 lol? I've got the Corsair H60, so would something like that work for mine? or if anyone else has a specific push pull setup they'd recommend for my H60 I'm all for suggestions. I'm about to head out of the house for a bit, but when I get back I'm going to try the clock at over 4.2 with a manual voltage and see what that does for me. Thanks for the help so far, 8bitclocker.
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