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post #2671 of 3633
well the 6xx gpus ints old ... they are good . rly good . how i see it the 7xx is gona be bettwene the Titan and 680 so expect prices like 600 700 Euro . and they gona have some good new tech ... but if u smart u buy 2x GTX 580 matrix . best for OC and good preformance and no Voltage lock like the 6xx
post #2672 of 3633

Guys,

 

Sometimes when I turn my PC on, it runs for maybe like 30sec and my computer turns off, and turns back on again. As if my overcock is unstable and it's failing to post and restarting on default settings. Thing is, my overclock is perfectly stable and I run it 24/7. 

 

This happen to anyone else? Anyone know why it'd do this?

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I need some help here. I've been wanting to upgrade my cpu cooler toward something more geared for oc'ing. it seems the only cooler I can find is a D14.is there any other high end coolers that will work on this board? I need something that will clear my ram also.

every cooler wil work fine with s 1155 mounting.

i have the nh-d14 with 2 sp120 on it and i must say, it keeps my i3770k nice and cool @ 4.6ghz biggrin.gif
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every cooler wil work fine with s 1155 mounting.

i have the nh-d14 with 2 sp120 on it and i must say, it keeps my i3770k nice and cool @ 4.6ghz biggrin.gif



i went with the new noctua dh-u14s. i'm alittle scared about it fitting, but i decided to take a chance.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608041
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i went with the new noctua dh-u14s. i'm alittle scared about it fitting, but i decided to take a chance.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608041

It should have no problems, as there is plenty of clearance for those big air coolers...my hyper 212 evo runs great for my 4.7GHZ wink.gif
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i went with the new noctua dh-u14s. i'm alittle scared about it fitting, but i decided to take a chance.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608041

nice, found a little vid for you wink.gif
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etpWajSJE10

a quick snapshot of my nh-d14 biggrin.gif
post #2677 of 3633
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Good morning,

I'm sorry for the noobish question, but I've become real OCD about this computer and want to make sure I do everything right. With the GTX 770 and GTX 780 coming out at the end of the month, it really has me contemplating an upgrade. As such, it got me thinking and planning ahead: how the heck do I remove my old card? I was so excited when I put it all together that I didn't think to pay attention to how it went in. I've seen spring-loaded locks and the locks that slide back and forth over the end of the video card, but nothing like on this board. I'm a little weary because I've broken more than a couple PCI-e X16 locks, and wanted to make sure I knew how it works on the Mpower before I go breaking anything. I would love fancy pictures, but if not possible I appreciate any help. Thanks for helping a noob out!

EDIT: I looked at it last night, and it looks like you push on the lever from top to bottom towards the board, which in turn pops the card out of the slot. Is that accurate?

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Bump?

There is a small latch on the back of the expansion slot. Push down on it and the latch on the back of the card will unlatch. The graphics card should pull straight out after that, make sure it's not screwed into the back and unplug your monitor cables. I can post pics when I get back home if you still need help, just shoot me a PM or something.
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post #2679 of 3633
got my new Noctua NH-U14S today biggrin.gif i had zero issues and it clears all 16 gig's of ram. heres a couple pic's for guys who might be interested in this cooler. it also still has plenty of room for the second fan if needed.








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post #2680 of 3633
Anyone have a beta bios that will allow the multiplier to change with the L1 stepping 3570K's?

I am stuck at 34x100 with no ability to change the multiplier.
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