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Hmm thanks guys but couldn't find anything there. Got one off searching Google cache though it is only 1920 x 1080, good enough I guess. smile.gif
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post #152 of 3634
Budget RAM FTW!
- still Korean chips, they just do RAM better

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Test Rig Setup

★ MSI Z77 MPower | 2500K | 8GB KVR CFR PBC@1866 | NiCu HK 3.0-GTX360 | HIS HD7850 IceQ X Turbo | FSP 1200W Aurum Pro ★




4.7 GHz
- limited the Vcore setting to the non-official super safe 1.35V max, can this mobo/chip do it?
- Vcore set at 1.350V, LLC and all other CPU settings at default



LinX stock run

2500K47GHz_KVR_CFR_PBC1866T1_10xLInX_120GFlopsCopy_zpsf718389a.png



Cinebench 11.5

2500K47GHz_KVR_CFR_PBC1866T1_Cinebench_745ptsCopy_zpsf8d17e52.png



WinRAR

2500K47GHz_KVR_CFR_PBC1866T1_WinRAR_6513Copy_zps09cba2d6.png



7Zip

2500K47GHz_KVR_CFR_PBC1866T1_7Zip_19514Copy_zps0acdf2ac.png



P95 Blend
- big deal... so it slices & dices but can it blend too?
- note that the mobo does not come bundled with more patience and time so 25 mins is enough for me

2500K47GHz_KVR_CFR_PBC1866T1_P95Blend_25mins_OKCopy_zpsba6c049d.png



OK, back to your regular programming... smile.gif
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post #153 of 3634
I really don't know what's going on here, but I figured I'd post this. I manually set all the multipliers in the bios to x46 and nothing I do can get me out of this x16 multiplier.



I've changed all sorts of settings, disabled every eco setting,. yet this persists?
post #154 of 3634
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Originally Posted by MacClipper View Post

Got my test sample finally... looks great especially on the test bench! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Does anyone have a nice 1920 x 1200 desktop background for the Mpower?

You didn't take off the protective paper? It looks much better w/o it wink.gif
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I really don't know what's going on here, but I figured I'd post this. I manually set all the multipliers in the bios to x46 and nothing I do can get me out of this x16 multiplier. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I've changed all sorts of settings, disabled every eco setting,. yet this persists?
check your temp monitoring program - realtemp has a setting in it that will force it to stock if it is not unchecked - also do you have EIST on and trying to OC?
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You didn't take off the protective paper? It looks much better w/o it wink.gif

You are probably right.

I haven't decided whether to cos dust is much easier to see on pure black surfaces too. smile.gif
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post #156 of 3634
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You are probably right.
I haven't decided whether to cos dust is much easier to see on pure black surfaces too. smile.gif
The tops are a nice satin finish - I hope that the bottom was put on satin side up - so if you do take it off no need to redo the orientation. I love the looks compared to my old Clear one from 2010 - dust is easy to see on the clear lol - and scratches
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post #157 of 3634
Still can't get my overclock settings to stick, though it does seem to adjust the voltage properly. It'll say 4.6ghz in my computer properties but CPU-Z will report stock clocks and increased voltage.

I've tried it both through the bios and the msi control suite.
post #158 of 3634
Just stumbled upon the official MSI repository for their media stuff, this link is for the Z77 MPower

MSI > media.msi.com > Mainboard > Intel > LGA1155 > Z77 > MPOWER

Enjoy!
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post #159 of 3634
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Still can't get my overclock settings to stick, though it does seem to adjust the voltage properly. It'll say 4.6ghz in my computer properties but CPU-Z will report stock clocks and increased voltage.
I've tried it both through the bios and the msi control suite.
Are you trying to use realtemp? there is a known settings issue with realtemp causing the cpu to be forced to stock multi - for those with it check your settings it should have an obvious name on the setting - I can't remember off the top of my head currently
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KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
MSI GK-601 mechanical / backlit Cooler Master V1200 Platinum Custom MSI Benchtable Lots of them - I have a problem! 
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post #160 of 3634
E7751IMS.H30 → E7751IMS.H41

Changelog:
- Fix can not adjust cpu ratio when item "Hyper-threading" set to Disabled and item "Active Processor Cores" set to 1.
- Adjust CPU Ratio keyin function.
- Add win8 gop solution.


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