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Got my board finally!



I now have 2 more components out of 9 for my next build:



Full spec for my built:

- 3770k (coming soon)
- Zalman CNPS9900 Max (coming soon)
- G.Skill Ripjaws Z 4x4g 2400 DDR3 RAM (coming soon)
- MSI Z77 Mpower (Got it!)
- 2 x MSI GTX 670 PE (Got 1 one of them)
- Corsair Case (Still deciding which one)
- Corsair AX850 psu (Got it!)
- Dvd writer (coming soon)
- Harddrive, no ssd for now (coming soon)
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post #72 of 3633
I think the realtemp issue is caused by enabling the X.M.P. profile in the bios. I just swapped out my samsung's (no xmp) to some g.skil's(xmp) enabled it, F10'ed and the disable turbo setting was all of a sudden checked on realtemp. I didnt think to retest is as I'm stability testing but if anyone else wants to check I thought I would throw it out here.
 
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post #73 of 3633
I found the RealTemp issue to be caused by having Intel Turbo set to OFF in the bios. When you play the settings and disable turbo, and then change something so that it no longer appears as an option (I forget how to do this exactly), it remains disabled. So it looks like RealTemp sees this, and disables Turbo in the OS, thus locking down your chip to it's lowest speed. So either keep turbo enabled in the bios, or just uncheck the "disable turbo" option in RealTemp to regain your overclock while in Windows. However, you'd have to do that every time, so it's best to just keep turbo enabled.

By the way, how do I enable speed step? It seems like when I overclock, my core voltage and speed are locked to what I specify in the bios. I'd like it to drop down while idle. I have EIST, C1E, and no limit set to the C-State in the bios. I guess I am missing something else?
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post #74 of 3633
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once i get it running, I have some 2400 rated sticks.

i'll set them to cl13 or something, and see what it do. wont be worth benching, but hopefully I'll break 2500.

Also planning to dry ice my 3770k some time, so hopefully it is a good chip

Should be able to get 2500+ with better timings than cl13.
    
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post #75 of 3633
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Should be able to get 2500+ with better timings than cl13.
4 PSC kits and 1 BBSE kit will be on the way to me soon tongue.gif - 1 tested PSC 2600 8-12-8-28
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post #76 of 3633
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4 PSC kits and 1 BBSE kit will be on the way to me soon tongue.gif - 1 tested PSC 2600 8-12-8-28

2600 cl8 is nice! I only have 1 kit each of bbse & samsung, but a couple PSC & some hynix to try out. Hypers as well but not seeing too much from those with Ivy so far.
    
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post #77 of 3633
Has anyone figured out how to overclock in offset mode on this board? It doesn't seem to like using C-states (C1E included) on manual voltage but if I set it to auto it goes way higher than I want it to be. I can't seem to find any kind of offset anywhere.
post #78 of 3633
The finished product. Major OC'ing will commence in about a week. I always go atleast two weeks at stock with a new system to identify any issues....and then, unleash hell!

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post #79 of 3633
So far I've noticed everyone is using MSI vidcards with this board thumb.gif
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So far I've noticed everyone is using MSI vidcards with this board thumb.gif

Sapphire HD7950 950mhz edition here.

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