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as for the 62 post code... have you tried using a GPU yet.. or still trying to boot on IGPu?
does code 62 happens only when booting with the igpu? If we use a discrete card, there won't be any issues with code 62?
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i've seen reviews on newegg saying that there have been reports on this board blowing up in smoke and bent cpu pins? Any truth to this? I'm really thinking twice now about buying this board because of the negative reviews.
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code 62 is a normal boot order code. When there is an issue with the order 62 the mobo will freeze there.In the links I posted it seemed to deal with GPU issues. One person fixed thier issue by plugging power into onboard power pins for the gpu. Another person fixed thier issue with a BIOS update.

As far as issues wit the board..i've owned an ASUS and a Gigabyte, they to have had issues. No manufacturer has issue free boards.
If you are having a code62 error with an iGPU i would see if a discreet will make a diffrence...if you read the links I posted even having a discreet gpu can cause the 62 error. so you never know if it will fix it.
Svet, a moderator on the MSI forums, and creator of some of the beta BIOS, seems to think its a BIOS issue.
Edited by Blatsz32 - 4/3/13 at 8:16am
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code 62 is a normal boot order code. When there is an issue with the order 62 the mobo will freeze there.In the links I posted it seemed to deal with GPU issues. One person fixed thier issue by plugging power into onboard power pins for the gpu. Another person fixed thier issue with a BIOS update.

As far as issues wit the board..i've owned an ASUS and a Gigabyte, they to have had issues. No manufacturer has issue free boards.
If you are having a code62 error with an iGPU i would see if a discreet will make a diffrence...if you read the links I posted even having a discreet gpu can cause the 62 error. so you never know if it will fix it.
Svet, a moderator on the MSI forums, and creator of some of the beta BIOS, seems to think its a BIOS issue.
So it can be fixed with just a bios update maybe. How about reports on Mpower mobos smoking up? Any reports on this in any of the owners here? Thanks for the explanation on the error code 62.
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I understood that the power consumption is just not enough to justify the offset voltage. But how about the wear and tear placed on the cpu for 24/7 on a high volatage?

There is a throttle back internally on the chip IF it ever gets to hot.
I don't see the issue about wear and tear for anything up to Intel spec voltage recommendations

I never have seen chip failure that can be documented and proved from running with a fixed voltage if within Intel spec.............. lots of fear mongering thou.
Edited by Tyreman - 4/3/13 at 12:17pm
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So it can be fixed with just a bios update maybe. How about reports on Mpower mobos smoking up? Any reports on this in any of the owners here? Thanks for the explanation on the error code 62.

Haven't heard about mpowers going up in smoke.
You might be thinking of some of MSI AMD motherboards, there were widespread reports about some of those going up in smoke, not the same with MSI intel boards though.
    
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I'll get mine when the price might get down a bit. It's just too much now from newegg. 199 + tax and ship. Comes to 224. Well at price with oc formula and an open box Maximus V Formula. Thanks guys!
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I'll get mine when the price might get down a bit. It's just too much now from newegg. 199 + tax and ship. Comes to 224. Well at price with oc formula and an open box Maximus V Formula. Thanks guys!
dude buy the mpower...oc formula and open box v formula? no no no...never buy an open box...as for reviews on newegg there are going to be doa,s and whiners and complainers on every single product you look at...mpower will beat out both the other boards you mentioned.
also there is no tax on newegg...
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dude buy the mpower...oc formula and open box v formula? no no no...never buy an open box...as for reviews on newegg there are going to be doa,s and whiners and complainers on every single product you look at...mpower will beat out both the other boards you mentioned.
also there is no tax on newegg...
I do have tax in NJ. But probably have it shipped to my brother in NY. I really like the mpower but there's still shipping. If i would buy it now, I'll just be wasting a $10 coupon. Just gonna have to wait for at least 2 weeks. And a question guys, do you have any luck using the MVP lucidlogic? Is it a big difference if using it?
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I do have tax in NJ. But probably have it shipped to my brother in NY. I really like the mpower but there's still shipping. If i would buy it now, I'll just be wasting a $10 coupon. Just gonna have to wait for at least 2 weeks. And a question guys, do you have any luck using the MVP lucidlogic? Is it a big difference if using it?

Could always get Shoprunner to combat the shipping. If you sign up for the 30 day trial cancel immediately on their site and it will offer you a year for free if you make 3 purchases in... 60 days I think? Great deal, I always get 2 day shipping now. Doesn't work on the heavier stuff though. thumb.gif
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