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Yeah, the Sniper Hokies has is good for that.
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I got it cuz it supported dual x16 slots for my quad sli 690. I should have gone 2011 or at least get a working 1155 motherboard.

gigabyte g1 sniper 3 gigabytes high end gamer board,,, And best priced by a mile love this board.



    
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i7 3770k 5.2ghz  GIGABYTE G1 Assassin Sniper 3 7950 with Alphacool block 7950 w/ Alphacool Block 
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7950 w/ Alphacool block G.SKILL Trident X 2500mhz 2x4gb SanDisk Extreme 240gb sata III 6gbs x5 SwiftTech Apongee Drive II 
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Monsta 360 86mm thick rad X 4 MCP 35X Pump x2 400ML Frozen Q Fusion res x3 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit 
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CatLeap 2560x1440 + Acer hn274h bmiiid 120hz 3D Logitech G19 Corsair Ax1200 watts  Mountain Mods Ascension 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
i7 3770k 5.2ghz  GIGABYTE G1 Assassin Sniper 3 7950 with Alphacool block 7950 w/ Alphacool Block 
GraphicsRAMHard DriveCooling
7950 w/ Alphacool block G.SKILL Trident X 2500mhz 2x4gb SanDisk Extreme 240gb sata III 6gbs x5 SwiftTech Apongee Drive II 
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
Monsta 360 86mm thick rad X 4 MCP 35X Pump x2 400ML Frozen Q Fusion res x3 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
CatLeap 2560x1440 + Acer hn274h bmiiid 120hz 3D Logitech G19 Corsair Ax1200 watts  Mountain Mods Ascension 
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Logitech M570 Pioneer SP-BS21 Bookshelf Loudspeakers + Lepai Amp 
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Anyone ever mess with the ASUS P8Z77-V Pro? Mine seems to have a mind of its own. I set 4.5GHz 45x100 in BIOS and I get to Windows and its 40x103??? Did I miss something? I'm going to update the BIOS right now.
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Anyone ever mess with the ASUS P8Z77-V Pro? Mine seems to have a mind of its own. I set 4.5GHz 45x100 in BIOS and I get to Windows and its 40x103??? Did I miss something? I'm going to update the BIOS right now.

If you did the auto overclcok through the ai suite it sets the bclk at 103 did it with mine when I was hunting for vcores. Just set manual and make everything your our own save file not auto tune it.
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Anyone ever mess with the ASUS P8Z77-V Pro? Mine seems to have a mind of its own. I set 4.5GHz 45x100 in BIOS and I get to Windows and its 40x103??? Did I miss something? I'm going to update the BIOS right now.

Either update the BIOS or check that EPU or TPU isn't enabled. My 2500K did a similar thing with my Deluxe where the BCLK would always default at 103. Then I found that one of those power saving switches was enabled and got it fixed. I just recently had an issue where I couldn't overclock my 3770K after switching out from a 3570K - kept defaulting to 3.9GHz. I fixed it by reflashing the BIOS.
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If you did the auto overclcok through the ai suite it sets the bclk at 103 did it with mine when I was hunting for vcores. Just set manual and make everything your our own save file not auto tune it.
I'm trying to overclock in BIOS, didn't even install AISuite. I must be doing something wrong because when I disable C States, set LLC, manual RAM frequency, and manual CPU multiplier; it wont boot. I keep getting to windows screen and then it resets a few times and then when it boots up its on that 41x103 non-sense.
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Either update the BIOS or check that EPU or TPU isn't enabled. My 2500K did a similar thing with my Deluxe where the BCLK would always default at 103. Then I found that one of those power saving switches was enabled and got it fixed. I just recently had an issue where I couldn't overclock my 3770K after switching out from a 3570K - kept defaulting to 3.9GHz. I fixed it by reflashing the BIOS.
I just updated to the most recent and didn't have any luck. I just got this machine up and running 2 hours ago. I'll figure it out, I've just been reading these threads for a few days and was all giddy about finding a max OC. I guess I'll do it the more sensible way and start lower. I just thought 4.5GHz (what I've been trying) would be simple.
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

I'm trying to overclock in BIOS, didn't even install AISuite. I must be doing something wrong because when I disable C States, set LLC, manual RAM frequency, and manual CPU multiplier; it wont boot. I keep getting to windows screen and then it resets a few times and then when it boots up its on that 41x103 non-sense.
I just updated to the most recent and didn't have any luck. I just got this machine up and running 2 hours ago. I'll figure it out, I've just been reading these threads for a few days and was all giddy about finding a max OC. I guess I'll do it the more sensible way and start lower. I just thought 4.5GHz (what I've been trying) would be simple.

What vcore you putting it on? 4.5 should easily boot at 1.3vcore. Try that
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Will that blade be sufficient for delidding? If so, I was wondering about this idea. What if a razor blade was used to make the initial incision at a corner of the cpu, but then thin plastic like overhead paper, a card, or plastic from a container lid was used to make the rest of the cut? Surely it would be safer and reduce the possibility of nicking.
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Yeah, if you find a thin enough card go for it!
Be extra careful and follow the guide...
post #4110 of 34072
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

What vcore you putting it on? 4.5 should easily boot at 1.3vcore. Try that

K, I was trying 1.225v, prob not enough V. But I think I tried on Auto too. I booted 4.3GHz on Auto and its giving me 1.32v, seems a little high. I'm running a short Intel Burn Test, I just want to see temps. I haven't delidded yet, I also got lazy and didnt feel like lapping my Antec Kuhler 620 either. Right now 4.3GHz auto voltage of 1.32v and 70C on the hottest core.
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