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That pcb is so clean and lean! Great job there!
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Anyone have any issues with cpu z not reporting right multiplier? I have it at x50 in bios but cpu z still only reporting x48. I have been using the asus/ivybridge overclocking guide on here and cant seem to find any way to fix it.
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Anyone have any issues with cpu z not reporting right multiplier? I have it at x50 in bios but cpu z still only reporting x48. I have been using the asus/ivybridge overclocking guide on here and cant seem to find any way to fix it.
Save your profile, export it to a usb, reflash bios, load your profile from the usb.
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Only works for same number bios though. If you upgrade, better take the f12 screenshots of settings.
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Save your profile, export it to a usb, reflash bios, load your profile from the usb.

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Only works for same number bios though. If you upgrade, better take the f12 screenshots of settings.

Thanks. Reflashing worked. 5 ghz! http://valid.canardpc.com/2744071

Now just have to start priming.
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So I had to put 3 tiny o-rings over each of the female standoffs on the backplate of my H100i to make them flush on the top of the motherboard so it wasn't loose when I screwed in the standoffs. The only problem is that the backplate is a not flush against the back of the motherboard. It is raised maybe an 8th of an inch off the back of the motherboard, but that was the only way I could ensure a snug fit. I'm sure it won't be a problem fitting it in my Phantom 820 case that I just ordered a couple minutes ago. I ended up going with white!!

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and here are some more pics of my MOBO with the CPU, RAM, and standoffs in.



Edited by RavageTheEarth - 3/24/13 at 9:06pm
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That board is beautiful.

Itll be nice with a nice big MIPS/EK VRM block on it too. Same for the RAM.
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Thanks. Reflashing worked. 5 ghz! http://valid.canardpc.com/2744071

Now just have to start priming.
No problem. Just be prepared to reflash again when settings don’t carry through or you see anything strange. Hopefully a new bios will be released soon to fix this issue.
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So I had to put 3 tiny o-rings over each of the female standoffs on the backplate of my H100i to make them flush on the top of the motherboard so it wasn't loose when I screwed in the standoffs. The only problem is that the backplate is a not flush against the back of the motherboard. It is raised maybe an 8th of an inch off the back of the motherboard, but that was the only way I could ensure a snug fit. I'm sure it won't be a problem fitting it in my Phantom 820 case that I just ordered a couple minutes ago. I ended up going with white!!
What exactly happens when you install the H100i all the way without the washers? Are you saying if you install it just like the instructions show and tighten the bolts all the way down the pump is actually loose? I am curious because even though the backplate was loose when I installed it (since it is designed that way) the square clamp that sits over the pump effectively pulls the backplate tight when everything is screwed down. I could grab the pump and couldn’t move it at all after installation. I watched several videos of it being installed and no one used washers and it worked fine.
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That board is beautiful.

Itll be nice with a nice big MIPS/EK VRM block on it too. Same for the RAM.

Oh yea man I didn't even know something like that existed and that is why I am waiting at least a year before blowing a chunk of change on a custom loop. I couldn't find anything by EK for the V Extreme, but I did find this from MIPS.
http://www.aquatuning.us/product_info.php/info/p15145_MIPS-ASUS-Maximus-5-Extreme-Fullcover-POM.html
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No problem. Just be prepared to reflash again when settings don’t carry through or you see anything strange. Hopefully a new bios will be released soon to fix this issue.
What exactly happens when you install the H100i all the way without the washers? Are you saying if you install it just like the instructions show and tighten the bolts all the way down the pump is actually loose? I am curious because even though the backplate was loose when I installed it (since it is designed that way) the square clamp that sits over the pump effectively pulls the backplate tight when everything is screwed down. I could grab the pump and couldn’t move it at all after installation. I watched several videos of it being installed and no one used washers and it worked fine.

Well I haven't installed it all of the way, but I have just put everything together really quick and when installed as described in the manual the "female standoffs" come up from below and sit maybe 1/16 of an inch above the motherboard so when the standoffs are screwed in they easily move down and up so since the block is installed onto the standoffs the block itself easily moves down and up so I can see how if the motherboard was stood up in a case the top of the block could move forward off the CPU providing uneven cooling. The way I installed it the "female standoffs" were perfectly flush with the top of the motherboard and when the standoffs are screwed in there is absolutely no play at all.
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