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Is anyone else having their board restart itself 6 to 10 times every boot after the latest BIOS? Its getting super annoying every time I need to restart to wait for it to cycle for 5 minutes before it will POST.
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Not that hard to remove but I suppose you could break something if you did it hastily.


Nice! but I ended up finding an Asrock Extreme4 Gen3 for $77 shipped on Amazon.

Thanks though
    
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Thanks though


Good luck with that motherboard.
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Good luck with that motherboard.

The best motherboards I have ever owned were Asrock, and I've owned a ton of mobos
    
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where are the gigabyte H61 mobo owners club? i have one coming in a couple of days
    
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Recently my AsRock z77 Extreme 4 death and change to Msi M Power z77. Perfect match biggrin.gif
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Hello MPower owners

i want to ask something, I am very noob in Overclocking, but I want to learn that. may I ask you a question?

1. How can I raise the BCLK? I was searching in Overclocking Settings, but I didn't found it. (My BIOS version is 17.1)

2. now I am running my system with OC Genie, and I got 4200 Mhz with 1.2 volts, is that normal? how can I set them to default again? Because I think 1,2 volt is too high for 4.2 Ghz

3, Why when I always want to save my settings, ( I hit F10), my system always reset ( I mean shutdown directly, before it turn on again).

Any help from you, would be much appreciated.

My CPU is 3570K with 670 PE and MSI Z77 MPower.
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What proof do I need to join?
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What proof do I need to join?

Post some pics!

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Hello MPower owners
i want to ask something, I am very noob in Overclocking, but I want to learn that. may I ask you a question?
1. How can I raise the BCLK? I was searching in Overclocking Settings, but I didn't found it. (My BIOS version is 17.1)
2. now I am running my system with OC Genie, and I got 4200 Mhz with 1.2 volts, is that normal? how can I set them to default again? Because I think 1,2 volt is too high for 4.2 Ghz
3, Why when I always want to save my settings, ( I hit F10), my system always reset ( I mean shutdown directly, before it turn on again).
Any help from you, would be much appreciated.
My CPU is 3570K with 670 PE and MSI Z77 MPower.

I don't know of any BCLK modification on this board, if there is one I haven't found it. You won't get more than 3-5 mhz out of it anyways. If you want OC genie off, just go in the OC section and disable it, it should be in the middle of the first page.

4200 @ 1.200v is probably fine, neither of my chips will go much lower than that although there are some stellar examples of chips going 4.5ghz at 1.1xx volts in the IB OC thread. Those are extremely rare.
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What proof do I need to join?

Post some pics!

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Originally Posted by Sharchaster View Post

Hello MPower owners
i want to ask something, I am very noob in Overclocking, but I want to learn that. may I ask you a question?
1. How can I raise the BCLK? I was searching in Overclocking Settings, but I didn't found it. (My BIOS version is 17.1)
2. now I am running my system with OC Genie, and I got 4200 Mhz with 1.2 volts, is that normal? how can I set them to default again? Because I think 1,2 volt is too high for 4.2 Ghz
3, Why when I always want to save my settings, ( I hit F10), my system always reset ( I mean shutdown directly, before it turn on again).
Any help from you, would be much appreciated.
My CPU is 3570K with 670 PE and MSI Z77 MPower.

I don't know of any BCLK modification on this board, if there is one I haven't found it. You won't get more than 3-5 mhz out of it anyways. If you want OC genie off, just go in the OC section and disable it, it should be in the middle of the first page.

4200 @ 1.200v is probably fine, neither of my chips will go much lower than that although there are some stellar examples of chips going 4.5ghz at 1.1xx volts in the IB OC thread. Those are extremely rare.

 

Umm.. bclk is good up to nearly +112mhz .. heres mine at +105mhz bclk

 

 

 

 

**Bclk adjustment = CPU Base Frequency.. look below


Edited by CL3P20 - 10/7/12 at 2:09pm
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