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Well i would at least try it - memory clocking is different from setup to setup - since some CPUs have strong IMCs and others have weak ones. definitely try it out and let us know smile.gif This is the case with CPU clocking as well - the IB CPUs are not all "cut from the same cloth"

Yeah, I'll ride it out with the Avexir's and see how they perform.
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17.4b BIOS has much more memory stability when adjusting/setting timings manually..  was able to get down to 9-11-11-17-5-94 on my HCH9 last night.. around a 5sec improvement in 32mil Pi time at 4ghz.

 

**Using 17.1 BIOS [previously] - above timings were not possible ; No other voltage adjustments made, vDIM set @ 1.71v = 1.73v Real [measured with DMM].

 

pic to show positive offset with vDIMM settings [BIOS -> Real]

 

 

my Mpowers home

 

 I also noticed I get more stability when pushing IMC and memory on this mobo; by leaving SA voltage and PLL to 'Auto'


Edited by CL3P20 - 10/13/12 at 12:49am
post #333 of 3634
I just got done doing my first 27 hour Prime95 v27.7 with AVX long FFTs (hot selection).


Ambient temps ranged from low 20C to high 27C.
3570k@4.5GHZ 1.15v.


This MB is awesome but it would be even more awesome if the Virtu MVP software worked.
Edited by SonDa5 - 10/11/12 at 10:03am
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link?

E7751IMS.H44 → E7751IMS.H45

Changelog:
- Add the solution When you plug DVDROM as SATA 1 and plug SATA HDD as SATA 2 then system cannot Enter windows 7 Legacy OS after system restart from E7751IMS.H43.
- Remove solution Fix it cannot finish Windows 7/8 UEFI Installation When you set the bios boot sequence to SATA HDD as 1st Boot and DVD ROM as 2nd boot and save and exit, then Press F11 to select UEFI DVD to Install.
- Add some Multi-Lauguage about fastboot.
- Change "Boot option filter" to "UEFI and Legacy" when Win7 mode.
- Fix it cannot enter UEFI Windows after restart OS when set admin Password.
- Fine tune advanced timing(TWRDRDD) for memory frequency >= 2600Mhz.


http://www.mediafire.com/?a5oe7wl6fm334wg
Edited by SimpleTech - 10/15/12 at 3:53pm
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E7751IMS.H44 → E7751IMS.H45
Changelog:
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http://www.mediafire.com/?a5oe7wl6fm334wg

Thanks. I just updated to it and so far its working fine.


In my CPU-Z BIOS information it states it is "Version V17.4B5"

Good to see some work on the memory over clocking. I will try some memory over clocking when I get some time. I had just about given up on my memory for over clocking hope this helps.
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FIRST OFF CONGRATS ON WINNING IT!!!!!
Lucky dog! thumbsupsmiley.png
LGA 1155 has different hole spacing than LGA 775 so it will not work.

You can use some springs,washers, and nuts (M4 to match bolt) to tighten it down. I like to use non conductive rubber washers as well against the MB for protection and a little flex.
Some food for thought. Good luck.

Thanks, first time I ever won anything this awesome. smile.gif I was thinking of doing something like this anyways, but was worried about if the mount adapter was long enough to reach the 1155 holes. Also, hopefully this is not getting too off topic, but is the paste used between the IHS and die still as bad as was claimed when the I5-3570k was released? De capping the processor would be pretty awesome, but still risky. Now, to get a processor and ram. tongue.gif

The rubber washers you used is a really good idea, I would be terrified of putting metal nuts and washers against the PCB since I assume that after a while vibrations would cause the nuts and washers to "dig" into the board and eventually short out a few traces. And thanks for the picture and detailed response, rep for you!
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First go in bios settings I tried, and I'm suprised... it's looking good so far smile.gif need to prime, this is using the latest H:45 Beta Bios from yesterday.

Will update this when I've checked voltages with multimeter. Settings to add, but LLC was set to 100% and it works damn well with this MSI board, makes a change lol. smile.gif

Look at the difference compared to my old MSI Z68 GD65 (G3) lol

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48ghzcpuz.jpg48ghzcoretemp.jpg48ghzibt.jpg
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Edited by Nelly. - 10/11/12 at 7:18pm
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post #338 of 3634
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Well i would at least try it - memory clocking is different from setup to setup - since some CPUs have strong IMCs and others have weak ones. definitely try it out and let us know smile.gif This is the case with CPU clocking as well - the IB CPUs are not all "cut from the same cloth"
LOL - how many times over the past ___ years has that happened to me - software versions and software interfering with another piece of software.

The Avexir memory has clocked poorly on every review since it came out, runs great at XMP though still slower than most other offerings. Nothing to do with the platform, these are the same sticks as reviewed here with a different heat spreader. I don't care much, I think it looks cool and there is realistically little difference in real world use.
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Sweet! Tried looking for some info on there website, but it is the most barebones site have seen in awhile lol. I wanted to know if it was really worth spending the extra 50 or so bucks than just going with Gskill. This is a great site, I am glad I joined. There is so much info here and I am all about research.
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FIRST OFF CONGRATS ON WINNING IT!!!!!
Lucky dog! thumbsupsmiley.png
LGA 1155 has different hole spacing than LGA 775 so it will not work.
I think the Swiftech Apogee GT 1366 adapter plate could be modded to work though.
Here is what I would do.
1. You will need a good S1155 back plate. I am using a EK-LGA115X TRUE Backplate with my Mpower and it works well with my DT SNIPER water block. I highly recommend it
2. You will need the Swiftech Apogee GT LGA1366 Bracket AP-GT-CI7 part.
Once you get the parts take Swiftech Apogee GT LGA1366 Bracket AP-GT-CI7 part and place the EK-LGA115X directly on the center of it. Make sure it is dead center. You will see where the S1155 holes need to go. Take a marker and mark you holes for S1155 offset spacing from the S1366 holes and then carefully drill some new holes. Take your time and don't bend or ruin anything. Not sure if you will have enough room for 2 separate holes or make 1 large elongated hole that could be used for S1366 or S1155.
S1366 hole spacing is 80mm and S1155 is 75mm.
Can be bought below.
http://www.swiftech.com/apogeegthold-downplateforintelcorei7lga1366.aspx
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/price/12960/ex-blc-905/Ek_TRUE_Backplate_EK-LGA115x_True_Backplate_EK-LGA115x_TRUE_Backplate.html
For mounting hardware I would go with some M4 screw.
I set my mount screws up like this.

You can use some springs,washers, and nuts (M4 to match bolt) to tighten it down. I like to use non conductive rubber washers as well against the MB for protection and a little flex.
Some food for thought. Good luck.

Hi i use XSPC 240 Raystorm for water cooling and it fit well ..sorry bad camera.


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