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Never tried that button so maybe-+ or take out battery but its probably under a vid card?

machine may even request on screen boot failure and then enter F1 to do settings

OK.

I'll check but pretty much everything on my motherboard is under my GFX cards. I've got SLI 670's so it's a significant amount of the board being covered.

It's quite annoying. The motherboard connector is blocking the voltage readout points. The GFX cards are blocking the "GoToBIOS" button... the CMOS jumpers (I think), possibly even the battery.

First world problems smile.gif


Edited by TheDoctor46 - 1/17/13 at 11:37am
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OK.

I'll check but pretty much everything on my motherboard is under my GFX cards. I've got SLI 670's so it's a significant amount of the board being covered.

It's quite annoying. The motherboard connector is blocking the voltage readout points. The GFX cards are blocking the "GoToBIOS" button... the CMOS jumpers (I think), possibly even the battery.

First world problems smile.gif


hopefully it wall allow push F1
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hopefully it will allow push F1 to run set up
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4.3 stable is impossible, let a screenshot in ClickBIOS shows 43, but will only control center 4.2, what is the problem?

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4.3 stable is impossible, let a screenshot in ClickBIOS shows 43, but will only control center 4.2, what is the problem?


I don't use click bios, or auto overclocks buttons etc I set all settings manually within the bios/cmos

whats the hybrid digital power settings at

CPU Core Switching>Auto

digital compensation level>set to high

CPU core expander> default

might have to play here cpu core v droop ...even 100% .......don't know what y use

but theres a bunch other settings to

also PLL enabled and at what volts

etc,etc
Edited by Tyreman - 1/17/13 at 2:04pm
post #1707 of 3634
the cpu core vdroop Offset Control I put in 100%? two minutes of prime 95 the temperature rose to 92 degrees. if low at 75% or 50%? would lower the vcore in full?
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First, I would like to t hank everyone who's posted. Reading through this thread has helped me with a couple issues I was having, such as my CPU not downclocking or downvolting when overclocked. I have that solved, but now I have another issue. I was trying to fix my SSD's low sequential write problem, so I tried various fixes, including installing Intel's Rapid Storage Technology drivers. When I have Intel's latest Rapid Storage Technology (RST) drivers installed, it lists my two SSDs and my dinosaur drive as SCSI devices. When I rollback to Microsoft's default AHCI drivers in windows 7, it's fixed and the drives are again labeled SATA devices. I've done some research and found out that this is normal for X79 chipset users, but found nothing about Z77 users. It appears to be nothing more than a labeling bug, because I get the same performance out of my SSDs with either driver, but with the RST drivers, I can't use some SSD software like Corsair's Firmware Updater because it can't detect my Corsair Force GT 90gb with SCSI storage drivers. I'd like to know what other users are experiencing. Thanks in advance.
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the cpu core vdroop Offset Control I put in 100%? two minutes of prime 95 the temperature rose to 92 degrees. if low at 75% or 50%? would lower the vcore in full?

1 hour of prime95 throws me this error fatal error rounding was 0.5 expected less than 0.4

cpu core vdroop Offset Control to 62.5%

this error that lack of vcore? I go up to 75%?
post #1710 of 3634
caos, i find it hard to believe that your chip won't hit 4.3 on auto voltage. I can hit 4.4 on auto with 100% LLC. Have you seen how high your auto voltage goes on normal settings. I believe it's 1.24 but it might be different on every board/chip. On my old sabertooth, if I left it on auto, it would hit 1.45 and I was able to hit close to 4.8. Anyway, if you are having trouble going past 4.3 and you are hitting temps of 90c you might want to look into getting a more aggressive cooling solution or maybe changing out your chip.

and yes, it is a lack of stable voltage. Remember one thing : Every chip is not created equal. Even though I can hit 4.4 on auto I have to be on 100% LLC, I read another post where some one only needed 62.5% so don't fret, but keep an eye on those temps. 90c is absolutely unacceptable.

May I suggest what someone else sid and skip the Click2Bios and Control center overclocking and do your clocks exclusively in the Bios
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