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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.
No problem, and yes those fans would work perfectly fine with a h60 push pull configuration.
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I been using this MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard for about a week now & every time I start & restart my PC my Computer file section pops up &/or opens showing the list of drives I'm using. How do I turn this thing off? It's starting to annoy me.mad.gif


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I been using this MSI Z77 motherboard for about a week now & every time I start & restart my PC my Computer file section pops up &/or opens showing the list of drives I'm using. How do I turn this thing off? It's starting to annoy me.mad.gif

This link could probably help - http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/1401-startup-programs-change.html
I think the problem is that your pc starts up with a shortcut to your "computer" section, could probably figure out a way to delete it by typing in "shell:startup in the start menu search bar and deleting the shortcut manually.
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Prior to my previous post on this thread I've actually been checking my startup programs & there's none on the list that I can find pertaining to my Computer folder. I wonder if some other MPOWER users having this problem.
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Prior to my previous post on this thread I've actually been checking my startup programs & there's none on the list that I can find pertaining to my Computer folder. I wonder if some other MPOWER users having this problem.
I doubt it's a board issue, it's more than likely a problem pertaining to your hard drive. As a last resort you could back up all your files and a do a clean install...
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I'm guessing it's one of the software programs that comes with the mobo install disk (Trendmicro SafeSync or something else) is causing this. But hence nobody's having this kind of problem then it must be something else.
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Well I'm back to work on this OC and I noticed a message that keeps popping up. It reads "Please install Intel ME8 Driver to enable CPU overclock!". Am I not able to go past 4.2Ghz because of this or do I not really need this driver and just need to keep messing with the voltage? The message comes up when I run the bios from within Windows 7.
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Well I'm back to work on this OC and I noticed a message that keeps popping up. It reads "Please install Intel ME8 Driver to enable CPU overclock!". Am I not able to go past 4.2Ghz because of this or do I not really need this driver and just need to keep messing with the voltage? The message comes up when I run the bios from within Windows 7.

You're missing a mobo driver that you need to install. I think it's the "Intel Management Engine Driver". You can manually check for driver list on MSI website or run the MSI Live Update program to check for needed drivers.

http://us.msi.com/service/download/driver-18192.html
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You're missing a mobo driver that you need to install. I think it's the "Intel Management Engine Driver". You can manually check for driver list on MSI website or run the MSI Live Update program to check for needed drivers.
http://us.msi.com/service/download/driver-18192.html

I'm downloading the driver now, but I may get up and walk over to get my driver CD as MSI's website is EXTREMELY slow when downloading any driver or utility from them. I'm talking about 56-58k/s, it's ridiculous. On the other hand I was able to clock my CPU at 4.4 without the driver, so maybe it's not a requirement, but I'll still give it a try. Though anything above 4.4 won't boot. I had 4.4 @ 1.1xx (don't remember the exact voltage), but what's odd is when I go for a 4.5, just 0.1 higher than what I was on at 4.4, it won't even boot when I go from 1.1xx to 1.3700, that's more than enough power. What am I doing wrong? are there other settings that I need to mess with other than the ratio and voltage at this point? Like I said, I know that's enough power, in fact it's probably way more than enough because I've seen people running 4.8 with less than that.
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I'm downloading the driver now, but I may get up and walk over to get my driver CD as MSI's website is EXTREMELY slow when downloading any driver or utility from them. I'm talking about 56-58k/s, it's ridiculous. On the other hand I was able to clock my CPU at 4.4 without the driver, so maybe it's not a requirement, but I'll still give it a try. Though anything above 4.4 won't boot. I had 4.4 @ 1.1xx (don't remember the exact voltage), but what's odd is when I go for a 4.5, just 0.1 higher than what I was on at 4.4, it won't even boot when I go from 1.1xx to 1.3700, that's more than enough power. What am I doing wrong? are there other settings that I need to mess with other than the ratio and voltage at this point? Like I said, I know that's enough power, in fact it's probably way more than enough because I've seen people running 4.8 with less than that.
Could be a bad chip.....there are some people with who can't get past 4.5ghz with a 3770k no matter how much vcore they put into it frown.gif
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