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Which is better for ocing ? Fixed or auto voltage ?

Fixed to max your processor, auto will only get you so far. Just depends on what you want to do...If you can cool it fine max it out, if not then dont go so high.
 
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From what it looks like its the temp reading of the CPU smile.gif don't think it's an error code.

That's what mine is anyway I had to look it up to make sure but I'm pretty sure it's your temp.

I forot to ask would u know how to stop the debug from showing the cpu temp if not thats ok
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Hi all, I just got my Z77Mpower last month and have been busy seeing what this baby can do. I have been reading this thread and wish to thank SonDa5 for that post about the EK-LGA115x TRUE Backplate. That thing is a must have for anyone wanting to mount a water block to the Z77 MPower. I wish I'd known about it sooner, I too have(had) a Raystorm water block that I tried to mount and ended up over tightening the water block and bending some pins on the socket. I'm now using a Koolance 380 with the EK backplate which works great.

Thanks. The back plate works great for bare die mounts as well if you ever go to the delid side. smile.gif
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My fellow MPower Brothers.

My ASUS Xonar STX has stop being recognized in the PCI 2.0 slot. I have 2 Titans in both upper 3.0 slots and the soundcard in the 2.0 slot. But the issue I am having is the inability to put the Titans back in SLi if the sound card is used in the 2.0 slot.

Fellow MPower Brothers, how do I fix this issue?


Great looking rig. I hope you got your problem fixed.

I just saw your thread. I have had PCI slot go out for video card on the Mpower and was unable to boot for video out put display. This happened after trying a new video card.

I cleared CMOS and was able to get that slot to work again.

Good luck.
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Fixed to max your processor, auto will only get you so far. Just depends on what you want to do...If you can cool it fine max it out, if not then dont go so high.
I've used yout tutorial to have my clock and voltage low on idle and vice versa on load smile.gif My question is that metohd to have voltage on auto safe ?
On idle I have 0,8v and on load it is 1,21v. If suddenly my cpu gets fully loaded and voltage will jump up, can this kind of action harm my cpu or is it perfectly safe ? smile.gif My temps on load in IBT are 73-78 degrees.
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I forot to ask would u know how to stop the debug from showing the cpu temp if not thats ok

Rain check. Briefly tried to look for it in the bios the other day and couldn't see it. Will let you know if I find out though smile.gif
   
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thanks heaps for your help eballard really appreciate it.thumb.gif
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I've used yout tutorial to have my clock and voltage low on idle and vice versa on load smile.gif My question is that metohd to have voltage on auto safe ?
On idle I have 0,8v and on load it is 1,21v. If suddenly my cpu gets fully loaded and voltage will jump up, can this kind of action harm my cpu or is it perfectly safe ? smile.gif My temps on load in IBT are 73-78 degrees.

That will not harm your chip at all, in fact I think you will damage it more in the long run if keep it clocked at 4.4GHz and 1.2XXV 24/7. I'm running mine at 4.5 GHz. and idles at 0.92V then bumps to 1.24V when im gaming, im satisfied so far since this board cant OC in offset mode like my old ASUS used to do.
    
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Hey guys, I recently finished a build with the Mpower, but have a question about ram. I am using corsair vengance 1866mhz, but for some reason in control center it says it is only 1333mhz. When I set the frequency to 1866 and turn on xmp, it says 1866 in the bios, but command center still says 1333. I was wondering two things specifically. What are the correct slots to put two sticks of ram in, and should I even care about what command center says my frequency is?

Thanks!
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IF CPU-Z shows memory frequency correctly then you have nothing to worry about with command center.

PS: I have memories like yours, only 1600MHz and are is the same smile.gif
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