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I'm on the BIOS as of 2012-12-19. The one named 7751vH6.zip on the downloads. It's the latest official BIOS I can see.

Where do you test for stability? via prime reporting errors or via event viewer reporting errors? I use event viewer and as soon as I get a WHEA parity error I consider the overclock unstable and increase the voltage. Prime never reports any errors for me regardless of how many I see in event viewer.

4.4 is ok though. If it's being judged by the same standard across the board by everyone posting here in terms of stability then it's well below average; but I kind of get the impression that there's a lot of reliance on prime to report errors based on the output your CPU generates Vs the known outcome of the calculation which prime uses, and for the most part it seems that tons of WHEA errors in event viewer don't cause the CPU to output an incorrect value for the calculation (in prime at least). I'm not too sure how these errors manifest themselves in the long term though.

I do ten runs of Intel burn test at max stress level and check event viewer no errors and im good
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
OCZ Vertex 3 SSD Seagate Barracuda LG Super Multi XSPC Raystorm laing ddc 3.25, ex 240 Swiftech X... 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 8.1 Pro LG 24inch led Backlit Corsair K60 XFX 850WPro Fully Modular 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Bitfenix Ronin Steel Series Sensei Razer Goliathus Steel Series Siberius V2 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3770k Msi z77 mpower EVGA GTX 980 Corsair Dominator 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
WD Blue OCZ Vertex 3 SSD Custom Water Cooling, Darkside 6 port reservoir... Windows 8.1 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
LG 24 inch 1080P CM Quickfire Rapid, custom keys from WASD XFX Pro Fully modular 850W Gold Corsair Air 540 
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post #1912 of 3634
hey guys! listen this help me find the problem :

i've installed windows xp on my z77 sys, mainboard bios is 17.5B8 310.90 drivers but no options to enable sli, why?? is this normal?

both gpu are correctly showing in gpu-z, nvidia inspector, msi ab and what ever..... but in nvidia's cp no way to enable sli? why? what's wrong?exclamation.gif
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but in nvidia's cp no way to enable sli? why? what's wrong?exclamation.gif

have you installed the latest
nvidia drivers for your cards?
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post #1914 of 3634
video drivers are 310.90
post #1915 of 3634
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hey guys! listen this help me find the problem :

i've installed windows xp on my z77 sys, mainboard bios is 17.5B8 310.90 drivers but no options to enable sli, why?? is this normal?

both gpu are correctly showing in gpu-z, nvidia inspector, msi ab and what ever..... but in nvidia's cp no way to enable sli? why? what's wrong?exclamation.gif

Obvious point to consider, but have you joined the two cards together with the little SLi ribbon cable?
post #1916 of 3634
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Obvious point to consider, but have you joined the two cards together with the little SLi ribbon cable?

off course i did .......... wth.gif
post #1917 of 3634
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Originally Posted by p3gaz_001 View Post

off course i did .......... wth.gif

Just thought it was worth checking...

If you're in PCI-e slots 2 and 5, and the cards are linked and recognised, then I don't know. Have you tested to see if they are recognised for SLi under a more modern OS?
Edited by TheDoctor46 - 1/28/13 at 5:17am
post #1918 of 3634
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Just thought it was worth checking...

If you're in PCI-e slots 2 and 5, and the cards are linked and recognised, then I don't know. Have you tested to see if they are recognised for SLi under a more modern OS?

yes cards are on slot 2 & 5 and now correctly running in sli mode in windows 7 wich is my game os, the problem is windows xp on another ssd, i've wanted to do some benchmarks on xp, but it looks like it doesn't want to know about sli ... this is very strange
post #1919 of 3634
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Working on my set up right now. Got Daft Punk channel on Padora and I'm having a good time. smile.gif


Photos from the last few hours.

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How did you remove the yellow stripes ?
post #1920 of 3634
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How did you remove the yellow stripes ?

I don't know how he did his, but I know you can use a hair dryer and a little love to get them off.
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