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post #31 of 201
How are your temps under load with that voltage?
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post #32 of 201
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devil.gifIF IT AINT BROKE THEN YOU DIDN'T OVERCLOCK IT ENOUGHTdevil.gif
just kidding
aaevil.gifIF IT AINT BROKE THEN DON'T FIX IT!aaevil.gif


http://valid.canardpc.com/2728836 ADD ME PLEASE.
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devil.gifIF IT AINT BROKE THEN YOU DIDN'T OVERCLOCK IT ENOUGHTdevil.gif
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PROFILE

MULTI & BCLK

Off Set volt Load Line Ca Highest Core Cinebench #s Actual Vcore

DEFAULT

37 x 100.3

.005 medium 25% 46* 7.38 1.008

DF-offest

39 x 100.3

.005 medium 25% 46* 7.38 1.008

46 offset

46 x 100

.150 medium 25% 61* 9.26 1.232

47 offset

47 x 100

.200 medium 25% 65* 9.46 1.280

48 offset

48 x 100

.300 medium 25% 71* 9.72 1.376

49 offset

49 x 100.3

.350 high 50% 80* 9.89 1.456

50 offset

50 x 100.3

.465 high 50% 91* 10.12 1.568

Edited by TonicX - 3/28/13 at 12:53pm
   
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post #33 of 201
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Originally Posted by Figit090 View Post

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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

just checked the status of my RMA and it states 'in process of repair' or something like that....
it seems my RMA is not in Cali but in Indiana somewhere which is closer for me anyways.
in the meantime I have this GA-Z77MX-D3H I bagged off eBay tomorrow for the test bench.
then when the Z77-M Pro gets in I'll do a build for a friend with the GA board..

How long has your board been there?

I had a horrible time with my advanced replacement RMA....I hope your experience is better! It probably will be though. Here's my thread on it: http://www.overclock.net/t/1352134/asus-rma-log-took-three-months/0_50

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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

RMA applied for and approved on 02/28, they received board on 03/06.
they sent me this email with some info as well as my credentials of the RMA..
Quote:
o RMA# is valid for 30 days from issued date.
 RMA# must be written on the outside box or will be rejected
 RMA process is approximately 10 business days (excludes ALL holidays, weekends, and transit time)
 Customers are responsible for one-way shipping
 ASUS standard shipping method is Ground
 Automated email notifications are sent when your RMA has shipped. Please be sure to check spam folders or filters
 Status Checks: http://service.asus.com or 812-282-2787

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email from ASUS RMA, motherboard shipping back out today.

I've been playing with this GA-Z77MX and it's looks and feel cheap.
kinda picky on BLK clocking too.
ready for it to move on.
- RMA -

3/14/2013 - Thursday
8:00 am
On FedEx vehicle for delivery
post #34 of 201
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

email from ASUS RMA, motherboard shipping back out today.

I've been playing with this GA-Z77MX and it's looks and feel cheap.
kinda picky on BLK clocking too.
ready for it to move on.

So how does your board look? I hope it's perfect! That turnaround was pretty good, I bet it would have been faster than my advanced RMA was! guh.
post #35 of 201
board looks good but I haven't tested it out yet, I think it's my same board just repaired and not a replacement of some sort.. redface.gif
so I can hope for the best is all.
I gotta find something to do with this GA-Z77MX I got on there now, I don't like it that much.
post #36 of 201
Thread Starter 

come on guys! we gotta get more members!

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post #37 of 201
I see a bunch of ASUS Z77 runners and not Maximus guys, keep hitting them with PM's or something.
post #38 of 201
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thats what ive been doing, got a lot of time to do now

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post #39 of 201
Here ya go! Using P8Z77-V

http://valid.canardpc.com/2737409
post #40 of 201
Got my new board yesterday to go along with my new processor. Very nice, looks really small in my Phantom 410.
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