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anubis..how is that mpower ram working out for ya??

Seems fine, I just set the XMP profile. I haven't tried to OC it at all, I suppose I could, just been working on getting my 3770k OC'd.

I have 4.6 seemingly stable at 1.33V, but that is around the max I want to push it with the h80. I'm going to be putting a custom loop on the CPU this week, so maybe then I'll push it up to 4.8ghz.
post #962 of 3633
Hey guys i am sorry i didnt forget about you.... I am just waiting for more money so i can rebuild my system before i post my Pictures I want to show it in its full glory biggrin.gif ( Z77 mpower winner)
 
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first off i wanted to say hey to the mpower club and owners. i've been wanting to upgrade my sig rig and move up to an atx and i must say this mobo looks great..........
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130660

i always heard people say stir clear of msi,but this thing seems to be solid from the reviews i've read. so my biggest question is..how has this board treated you?
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So far it's been a great board for me, no complaints here.
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So far it's been a great board for me, no complaints here.

are you guys running the latest bios? i plan on running my 2500k for awhile. just till i get more funds up for ivy
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this is the best z77 board i have owned out of the sabertooth and extreme 6..so i would def say for the price you get far more then any other board..
def let me know if your ram can be overclocked any?
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this is the best z77 board i have owned out of the sabertooth and extreme 6..so i would def say for the price you get far more then any other board..
def let me know if your ram can be overclocked any?

my oc'ing skill's are just ...well...sad. i just want a good solid mobo. my current ram is crucial 1866 which is 9-9-9-24,but i heard they have no issue running 8-8-8-24. that would be about as far as i would go with it. sence moving from amd i haven't even had the urge to oc anything. i will be stepping up to ivy down the road,and maybe beefing up my vcard to a 7950/670 in the future.

another thing i was curious about was the onboard sound. how is it? i have an asus dx right now.
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first off i wanted to say hey to the mpower club and owners. i've been wanting to upgrade my sig rig and move up to an atx and i must say this mobo looks great..........
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130660
i always heard people say stir clear of msi,but this thing seems to be solid from the reviews i've read. so my biggest question is..how has this board treated you?

Well i am running the BIOS the board shipped with V17.3 and even though others said to update to the latest it is doing fine running my 3570k 4.5ghz at a measley 1.192v!!!! I am pretty sure i can even bring the volts down a bit seeing as i kinda just guesstimated and did a quick and dirty OC but have had zero problems thus far, hours of BF3 and hours of Black Ops 2 and daily use with no problems.

The board not only performs as stated, it is one of the best looking boards on the market imo, and i have had my share of boards since 1155 launch. When considering the following i have owned, Gigabyte p67 UD7, Asus p67 Sabertooth, Asus Maximus IV Extreme, and an Asus p8z77 I-Deluxe this board was easiest to OC and has been the most stable out of the box.


Did i mention it looks beautiful?! Hope this helped, too bad they are out of stock i must have picked up one of the last ones biggrin.gifredface.gif
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all theses answers are helping me out. so far im pretty set on this board. and yes it is pretty,lol. amazon still has 5, i'm just making sure its not going to show up cheaper with theses sale:)
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my oc'ing skill's are just ...well...sad. i just want a good solid mobo. my current ram is crucial 1866 which is 9-9-9-24,but i heard they have no issue running 8-8-8-24. that would be about as far as i would go with it. sence moving from amd i haven't even had the urge to oc anything. i will be stepping up to ivy down the road,and maybe beefing up my vcard to a 7950/670 in the future.
another thing i was curious about was the onboard sound. how is it? i have an asus dx right now.

I have an Asus DX too and i didn't even try out the onboard sound. I don't think onboard sound can match the quality from the DX, they say that the onboard sound on the Asus Maximus V Formula comes close to it but not the same. So given the fact that the Mpower has a lesser audio chip than the Asus i never bothered to even try it out.
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