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Very nice system.


You are running BIOS 17.6 on your Mpower and I am running 17.6. I couldn't get my BCLk to work right using your settings and my 3770k didn't like your settings. I was hoping I would be able to lower voltage some to help cool but now my temps are higher.

My board came with 17.6. I looked at the bios note for further revisions and didn't see anything prompting me to want to flash.

As far as BCLK goes, I don't know why mine is 100.5

I'll post my settings again once I confirm I'm 100% stable. I'm using 1.4v in bios for my CPU, temps on load are still around 60~70c depending on which core.

I actually find that OCing guide that came with the motherboard to be excellent. Wish more companies did that for people!
Edited by gl0ry - 6/8/13 at 11:18pm
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Ok, I switched some things, most of all CPU Core Switching Frequency because I read that it can cause instability at higher clocks. Is this phase control? The guide suggested to turn that off.
Edited by gl0ry - 6/9/13 at 12:07am
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post #2793 of 3634
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My board came with 17.6. I looked at the bios note for further revisions and didn't see anything prompting me to want to flash.

As far as BCLK goes, I don't know why mine is 100.5

I'll post my settings again once I confirm I'm 100% stable. I'm using 1.4v in bios for my CPU, temps on load are still around 60~70c depending on which core.

I actually find that OCing guide that came with the motherboard to be excellent. Wish more companies did that for people!


type in 1000 or 100 cant remember which see if bclk stays at 100
post #2794 of 3634
Mpower = must set 100.01 to get 100 actual bclk.
post #2795 of 3634
I'm running BiOS 17.8 BIOS Gl0ry which is supposed to be better for memory compatibility.



My delidded 3770k. Not the greatest conductor electrically but its a decent chip. Will do 5GHZ.

This is a sweet spot for gaming. Memory is at 1.5v. (Gskill 2400mhz CL9 1.65v under volted and under clocked)


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I apologize if this is not in the right format.

Ive been trying for a very modest OC of 4.0 Ghz.

All ive changed is the core ratio limit to 40 and left everything else auto. I get a voltage of around 1.160v under load which sounds a little high. When i change the cpu core vdroop offset control nothing sets the voltage lower than auto. I also changed digital compensation level to high and cpu core ocp expander to enhanced.

Any help would be appreciated on how to lower my voltage a bit.

System is:

I5 3570k
Z77 Mpower
7870 LE
Cm 212 evo
Hive 650 power supply
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I have a rock solid o/c now. 16+ hours, with nice temps. On load it averages around 55-65c with max temps being 72c on core 2 and 3, but most of the time it's hovering around high 50's to 60s.

I was overclocking my memory along side my CPU which in general isn't such a great idea because you don't know what is stable or unstable, but I was able to focus in on a few settings and I'm happy with the results.

Ram Frequency is at 2200mhz 9-10-10-27-1.
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post #2798 of 3634
Guys, I've got some important msg to pass through...

I was all excited to get my water blocks from Liquid Extasy when it turned out this is a very unprofessional company. Charges premium like it has the reputation of EKWB, Heatkiller or any of the big names and it's just crap quality and even worse customer service. You guys won't believe what I went through. I'm writing this after failing to get a refund over and over again, I'm being pulled with lousy and unacceptable excuses over a faulty product.

This is the waterblock that I ordered as it appears on their website. I ordered it with the addition of nickel plating that was described to me as "the best nickel you can get":



This is the nickel plated water block that I received after waiting 2 months (!!!):





Now they keep saying "it's ok" while it has a ton of nickel staining on it and it's not polished like I was promised it'd be. I do not suggest doing business with them. EVER. They cut a deal with PPCS to sell the block, but I dare you to not buy it. It's really bad quality. The block also had a few ugly scrapes from a bad CNC work.

Because I still believe this board should get a water block, I started off a "suggest idea" page on EKWB's thinkcell website, please help support the cause by +1 the post @ http://thinkcell.ekwb.com/idea/ekwb-msi-z77-mpower-full-motherboard-water-block/

+1 even if you don't plan to water cool it. smile.gif

Edited by adi518 - 6/11/13 at 10:21am
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Hey I cant seem to fined the info to this I just got this board after having a p67 asrock board what should I be setting my long and short power limits at as I cant seem to fined anywhere if people are changing them. Also I have all my C stats on right now stable at 4.5Ghz with vdroop set to 100%. Cpuz says 1.21 volts but my volt meter is saying about 1.23 but all that is fine what ever one it is. Now I would like to know how many of you are running a 24/7 fixed volts and if you have had any problem I'm thinking of shooting for a bigger overclock but not sure there is any other way to increase Vcore with out going fixed on this board.
Edited by cbr600 - 6/11/13 at 7:13pm
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Guys, I've got some important msg to pass through...


Now they keep saying "it's ok" while it has a ton of nickel staining on it and it's not polished like I was promised it'd be. I do not suggest doing business with them. EVER. They cut a deal with PPCS to sell the block, but I dare you to not buy it. It's really bad quality.
+1 even if you don't plan to water cool it. smile.gif

I see pieces of metal in there. Is that how it was given to you?


PPCS sucks ass at supporting the customer. I had a problem with a XSPC HD7970 RAZER new edition block that Performance PCS sold me and it had problems from day one and they sucked ass at providing me customer service and in the end XSPC refused to honor an RMA. Done with PPCS and XSPC.


I hope this particular block that you are having problems with gets some love from the manufacturer to do an RMA because it is something that I am interested in. Best wishes getting the problem resolved.
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