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What you guy's think of my board? :-)

I'll do the same in a short while biggrin.gif
post #2602 of 3634
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Originally Posted by doulos1382 View Post

Hello People!!

I've been following this thread since i became a proud owner of this Mpower Mobo in combo with a MSI GTX 680 Lightning... Soon i will be posting pics in my signature.


I know this question has been answered many times before.. But I am planning to do a stable 24/7 overclock on my corei7 3770k on air. But honestly this is my first time.

I would like to know if there is a guide to overclocking on this mobo specifically?

Thanks in advance!

Not specifically,but i used this one: http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end
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Hi, I am running windows 7 and am having a issue with the onboard wifi. Its slow and is showing up as a USB device named UB91. I have installed every driver available from the MSI website and it still runs slowly but I get really high connection bars. Everything shows up fine in the Device Manager. At the bottom right of my screen I have a USB connection icon though on the task bar. I cannot do anything to remove it, the only way it goes away is if I click to disconnect the USB and when I do that the connection stops and the wifi disappears. When I reboot it reappears and the USB icon is there with the green checkmark on it.

Now when I click on the usb it shows me all the devices that are connected or possible ones, whats odd too is there is a green checkmark on a printer even though I dont have one. Anyway UB91 is there and not listed as Atheros wireless or something like that and at 802.11b without an option for n.

Everything is set to default and my AE1000 netgear wireless usb works fine when plugged in.

Any help is appreciated.
post #2604 of 3634
I just love this board, even the onboard sound is also powerful, could blast my room with minimal volume

I hope there would be a sig for the owners of this board
Edited by esukoto - 4/25/13 at 8:08pm
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post #2605 of 3634
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I'll do the same in a short while biggrin.gif

Nice, but i whas first lol biggrin.gif
post #2606 of 3634
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Originally Posted by nagle3092 View Post

Save your profile in your bios then set it up like I have in the picks in that guide and see if it when you get home.

I got a update on my OC!

I pushed my CPU, with your settings at 4.6GHz with 1.344v is safe to run it 24/7 ?

Here is a Prime 95 With small FFT for 30 minutes+ and is stable like a rock rolleyes.gif

I try to go up to 4.7 will not boot into windows with vdroop 62.5%. I have not tried more than that did not have time maybe on another day I try above but at the moment I am very pleased, and I think that is decent temperatures.

Thanks a lot for your help I began to understand how to do OC with this board thumb.gif
post #2607 of 3634
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I got a update on my OC!

I pushed my CPU, with your settings at 4.6GHz with 1.344v is safe to run it 24/7 ?

Here is a Prime 95 With small FFT for 30 minutes+ and is stable like a rock rolleyes.gif

I try to go up to 4.7 will not boot into windows with vdroop 62.5%. I have not tried more than that did not have time maybe on another day I try above but at the moment I am very pleased, and I think that is decent temperatures.

Thanks a lot for your help I began to understand how to do OC with this board thumb.gif

Temps look real good for that voltage, you'll be fine with that for 24/7. If you want to go higher try a higher vdroop offset, you are just using vdroop offset and leaving the voltage on auto right? This is only one way to oc it though, its nice because you get a low idle voltage and I wasnt getting any crazy voltage spikes when I was using it and testing with a multimeter. Unfortunately once you top out on vdroop offset your only option is to manually set vcore if you want to go higher.

I'm surprised to see that much variance though in your chip from mine, when I used 62% I think it was around 1.25v that I was getting. I guess it must go off of vid maybe.
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post #2608 of 3634
Yes I`m using vdroop offset and the CPU volts is on auto smile.gif

The cpu vcore on idle is around 0.967v and it downclocks to 1608Mhz

Thanks again for your help!

Sorry for my english but it is not my native language

Maybe it's because it's Sandy Bridge and needs more voltage. thinking.gif
Edited by ShadyGaby - 4/26/13 at 6:02am
post #2609 of 3634
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Yes I`m using vdroop offset and the CPU volts is on auto smile.gif

The cpu vcore on idle is around 0.967v and it downclocks to 1608Mhz

Thanks again for your help!

Sorry for my english but it is not my native language

Maybe it's because it's Sandy Bridge and needs more voltage. thinking.gif

OK that makes more sense, it must adjust off the vid then. I didnt even notice you had a SB, thats what i get for responding on my phone. On my 3770K even on 100% it would only pull around 1.29v iirc.

No worries on your English though, its more than enough to get the message across. I just wanted to make sure you didn't set the vcore and was getting the reading. My mistake for not paying attention.

I can't remember what the recommended max temp was for SB, I think most said 80c.
Edited by nagle3092 - 4/26/13 at 8:05am
 
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Thank you!

Another thing, with Overspeed Protection switched on the processor remains at 3.7GHz so I deactivated!

In the cooling department, I want to buy a more potent cooler such as Corsair H100i or Swiftech H220.

The Swiftech H220 is not yet available in my country, but should appear soon rolleyes.gif

PS: I updated the fans from my Corsair H70 updated my cable management!











The fans are Coolink SWiF2-120P and I love the color!
Edited by ShadyGaby - 4/26/13 at 9:01am
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