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[Official] Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe Owners Thread and Club

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Edited by par - 12/2/13 at 8:07am
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General Information

Full features (Click to show)
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Bundle (Click to show)
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Unboxing (Click to show)
Photo-Unboxing (Click to show)
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Photos (Click to show)
HI-RES front and back (Click to show)
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Reviews (Click to show)
LanOC Reviews - Asus Z77 Roundup
AnandTech - Z77 Mini-ITX Roundup
X-bit labs - Z77 Mini-ITX Roundup
Tom'sHW - Z77 Mini-ITX Roundup
Bit-Tech - Review and comparison with ASRock Z77E-ITX
TweakTown
HardOCP
VR-Zone
Ocaholic
HiTech Legion
Benchmark Reviews
The Tech Report
PC Perspective

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Specific Information

BIOS & Drivers (Click to show)
BIOS (Click to show)
(updated to 27/07/2013)

NOTE
All the BIOS next 0607 (then 0704, 0706, 0801, and 0902) have little bug about bluetooth controller.
The controller can not be disabled. Also if it is switched off from BIOS, it's always detected by Windows.
Asus is aware of the problem, and still has not been resolved.

0902
- Fixed can't boot to WinPE 4.0 X64

0801
- Improve system stability

0706
- Improve system stability

0704
- Improve system stability

0607
- Improve compatibility with Windows 8 OS
- Improve system stability
- Support new CPUs

0508
- Improve system stability
- Improve memory compatibility

0504
- Improve Improve system stability
- Enhance compatibility with some USB devices
- Support new CPUs

0501
- Improve system stability

0408
- First release
Drivers (Click to show)
(updated to 27/07/2013)

CHIPSET

Intel INF Driver
9.4.0.1017 - Windows 7/8 32/64 bit

Intel Management Engine Driver
9.0.2.1345 - Windows 7/8 32/64 bit

SATA

Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver
12.5.0.1066 - Windows 7/8 32/64 bit

LAN

Intel Gigabit Ethernet Driver
18.3 - Windows 7/8 32/64 bit

VIDEO

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver
HD Graphics 4000/2500 (Ivy Bridge): 15.31.9.3165 - Windows 7/8 (32-bit) / (64-bit)
HD Graphics 3000/2000 (Sandy Bridge): 15.28.15.3062 - Windows 7/8 (32-bit) / (64-bit)

AUDIO

Realtek High Definition Audio Driver
R2.71 (6959) - Windows 7/8 32/64 bit

USB3

Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver
(not required for Windows 8)
1.0.8.251 - Windows 7 32/64 bit

ASMedia USB 3.0 Driver
11.6.4.0 - Windows 7/8 32/64 bit

WI-FI

Broadcom Wi-Fi Driver
6.31.139.24 - Windows 7 32/64 bit
6.31.223.1 - Windows 8 32/64 bit

BLUETOOTH

Broadcom Bluetooth Driver
6.5.1.4000 - Windows 7 32/64 bit
12.0.0.6950 - Windows 8 32/64 bit
BIOS flash (Click to show)
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Remember always to load defaults BIOS settings (''Load Optimized Defaults'' + ''Save Changes & Reset'') before and after BIOS flash!

USB BIOS FLASHBACK

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1 - Download the latest BIOS, rename it using "BRenamerl.exe", and put the renamed BIOS in a pen-drive.
Usually "BRenamerl.exe" is in the same .ZIP file of the BIOS.
If there isn't, download it from P8Z77-I Deluxe Asus Download Page:
Open "BIOS-Utilities" section, and download "Bios Renamer for USB BIOS Flashback".
Read the readme that there is in the .ZIP file of "BRenamerl.exe" for other simple informations to rename the BIOS.
(The manual, for rename BIOS, mentions only the relative tool of AI Suite II, but it's better do not install the tool and use "BRenamerl.exe".)

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ASUS EZ FLASH 2

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Clear CMOS (Click to show)
CLEAR RTC RAM JUMPER

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CLEAR CMOS SWITCH

It's on the back panel, under the USB BIOS Flashback button (view Specific Information > Miscellaneous > Layout > General Layout > I/O PANEL).

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Miscellaneous (Click to show)
Notes (Click to show)
SOCKET POSITION

On the left there is the Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe, and on the right there is the ASRock Z77E-ITX.

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All the Z77 ITX mainboard have socket very near at PCI-E slot, like the ASRock Z77E-ITX.
And it will be problematic for the chose of CPU cooler if you use a graphic card.
Only Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe and the EVGA Stinger have different socket position.

PCI-E RETAINING CLIP

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This position of retaining clip make impossibile the remotion of graphic card if the motherboard is in a case with vertical motherboard tray.
You can block the clip with a little piece of cardboard:

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Temperatures and mods (Click to show)
Probably due to the small size of the heatsinks, the P8Z77-I Deluxe is hottest Z77 Mini-ITX mainboard.
VRM and also chipset can reach very high temperatures, but within the safety limits.

There is a test of X-bit labs about it:
Quote:
Roundup: Six Mini-ITX Mainboards on Intel Z77 Chipset.
"We measured the temperature of the VRM components during our stability tests to see how efficiency they are and how they can sustain CPU overclocking. It is undesirable for mini-ITX systems to have too hot components."
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Only the Gigabye that have completely naked VRM is hotter Asus, reaching 95°.
Instead all other overclock dedicated mainboards have minor temperatures than Asus.
Asrock and MSI reach 10°-12° less than Asus, and EVGA and Zotac even 26-27° less than Asus.

Wanting, it's possible do something for improve temperatures:
Remove the plate with Asus logo from heatsinks, use a dedicated fan, thermal grease or thermal pad replacement, or heatsink replacement.

Some Examples:

Replacement VRM heatsink with a custom heatsink:
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Removal of plate from chipset heatsink + dedicated fan:

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Replacement chipset heatsink with Enzotech CNB-S1:

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CPU coolers compatibility (Click to show)
In principle, the layout of this mainboard allows you to use any cooler (also the bigger) without bothering to the VRM board and the PCI-E slot.
Obviously there aren't problems with AIO liquid coolers and waterblocks.
Here is a scheme of the measures that can be useful:

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE COOLERS

Here are some of compatible coolers with related photos.
If you have a cooler that there isn't in this list, report it in the thread, with a link to a photo, and it will be added.

Thermalright

Archon - AXP 140 - HR-02

Cooler Master

V8 - 612S - Hyper 212 EVO

Noctua

NH-C12 - NH-C14 - NH-D14 - NH-L12

Phanteks

PH-TC14PE

Prolimatech

Megahalems - Samuel 17

Scythe

Big Shuriken 2 Rev. B - Ninja 3 rev B

Zalman

CNPS9900 MAX

Xigmatek

Dark Knight II

BACKPLATE

The back of the mainboard have several small components very close to the area of the socket.
So, we must pay attention to the backplate.

For example here is the metal backplate, of a CM Hyper 212 EVO, which was spaced with some insulating washers to avoid short circuits.

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This instead is the backplate of a Antec H2O.
It was spaced with the insulating washers because of its circular shape (same for the backplate of many AIO liquid coolers).
Otherwise, it goes to cover an area where there is a slightly higher component on which the backplate could exert pressure.

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Layout (Click to show)
General layout (Click to show)
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I/O PANEL

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LED onboard (Click to show)
LAN PORT LED

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SB PWR LED

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TPU LED

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BIOS FLBK LED

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DRAM LED

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Switch onboard (Click to show)
MemOK! SWITCH

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TPU SWITCH

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CLEAR CMOS SWITCH

It's on the back panel, under the USB BIOS Flashback button (view Specific Information > Miscellaneous > Layout > General Layout > I/O PANEL).

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Jumper onboard (Click to show)
CHASSIS INTRUSION CONNECTOR

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CLEAR RTC RAM

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AI Suite II (Click to show)
Notes (Click to show)
SETTINGS

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It's possible to deactivate the tool that we don't need always.
So that on the Windows boot we charge only the tool that we need always.
For example we can keep activated only Fan Xpert and EPU, and activate other tools only when we need.

UTILITY

Don't install all tools of AI Suite II, because many are useless, or are worst of other free software, or simple we don't need it.
In the description of every tool it's indicated if it's useful, because it is useful, and when it's useful.
It's also indicated if it's possible use other free software in alternative to AI Suite II tool.
Monitoring & overclock (Click to show)
FAN Xpert

Allows you to control fan connected at mainboard CPU Fan and Chassis Fan connector.
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It's possible to choose pre-configured profiles, or create a personalized profile (one for channel) using for reference the mainboard socket temperature sensor.
Only alternative software is SpeedFan, but It's not very practical.

EPU

Allows to improve energy saving when system is in idle status.
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It's effective also in combination with OC in Offset Mode and energy saving option activated.
Besides, it's allows to instantly block CPU multiplier and voltage, at the values that we have when system is in idle status with OC in Offset Mode and energy saving option activated.
So, we are sure that during we use Internet browser, or play film or music, or other operation that don't need full CPU power, the CPU stay at the values that we have in idle status, without that multiplier and voltage flactuate.
And with an other simple click, we can instantly come back to use normal Offset Mode with dynamic multiplier and voltage.
We can do this only with EPU from AI Suite II.

TurboV EVO

Allows to automatic or manual CPU OC from Windows.
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I'ts not recommended do OC from Windows.
But this tool may be useful because allow to view in Windows some BIOS OC settings that no other software can view.

DIGI+ VRM

Allows to change in Windows CPU power phases settings.
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I'ts not recommended change those settings from Windows.
But this tool may be useful because allow to view in Windows some BIOS OC settings that no other software can view.

Probe II

Monitor mainboard temperatures, fans RPM, and supply voltages.
It generates an alert in a little pop-up window every time that notice abnormal values.
It allow also to personalize for all parameters the values ​​of safety, minimum and maximum, that it use for identify abnormal values.
It have also an alert log where we can find all the generated alerts.
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In theory it's a nice tool. But it have tha big problem that don't detect CPU and GPU sensor, and a lot of other values.
It's possible to use Alerts function of HWiNFO, that allows to do the same things of Probe II, but detecting all the sensors of our systems.
Only difference is that HWiNFO, for now, haven't a alert log.

SENSOR RECORDER

Monitor mainboard temperatures, fans RPM, and supply voltages.
Unlike Probe II, generates graphs with time intervals where it's records all the various values​​.
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Have the same problem of Probe II. It's alway better to use HWiNFO.

GPU Boost

Allows to automatic or manual integrated GPU OC from Windows.
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Miscellaneous (Click to show)
USB 3.0 Boost
Allows to use Turbo mode (with all devices) or UASP mode (only with compatible devices) to improve the transfer speed of USB3 devices.
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Simple and convenient to use. There is no other alternative programs.

Ai Charger+

Allows you to charge up to 3 times faster than all smartphones and tablets (including Apple products).
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Simple and convenient to use. There is no other alternative programs.

USB Charger+

Allows to charge your smartphone and tablet, even when the PC is in standby or turned off.
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Simple and convenient to use. There is no other alternative programs.

Wi-Fi Engine

Usable in Client Mode and AP Mode, allows us to connect by wireless connection and use our PC as an access point for other Wi-Fi devices.
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Very simple and practical to use. If you want you can replace it with other free software.

Network iControl

Monitors the bandwidth showing also the individual use of each process.
It allows you to create different profiles to choose the priority to be given to the various processes, allowing also to limit it at an time of day.
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Very simple and practical to use. If you want you can replace it with other free programs.

USB BIOS Flashback

It download the latest BIOS and automatically copies it within a pen-drive, which will then be ready to flash the BIOS by USB BIOS Flashback.
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See BIOS & DRIVERS - 2.3 BIOS FLASH - USB BIOS FLASHBACK.

System Information

Show some informations about mainboard, CPU, and RAM.
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There are many free software that allow to show more informations.

MyLogo

Allows you to edit a BIOS for change the boot screen of the Asus logo, with any other image.
After you will have to flash the BIOS using the BIOS that has been modified with My Logo.
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Risky and not recommended.

ASUS Update

Allows to update BIOS from Windows.
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Very risky and not recommended.
Wi-Fi GO! (Click to show)
Allows you to use your smartphones or tablet in many ways, providing also unique features that other free software do not have.
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Especially useful for who use their PC for playing movies or music, and then can use their smartphone or tablet as a remote control for HTPC.
It's possible to replace it with other free programs.

It is divided into 6 different tools:

REMOTE DESKTOP
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It allows you to access your PC and to have full control via smartphone or tablet simulating the mouse and the keyboard.
It allows also to view the contents on the screen of your smartphone or tablet as well as the PC monitor.

REMOTE KEYBOARD & MOUSE
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Allows you to use your tablet or smartphone as keyboard and mouse of our pc.
More accurate and more convenient than Remote Desktop tool, but allow to view content only on the PC monitor.

DLNA MEDIA HUB
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Play HD content, music and photos on your DLNA devices via Wi-Fi connectivity from the PC.

FILE TRANSFER
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Send and share files between your PC and smart devices with only a right click on the mouse.
iPad/iPhone can only send, not receive files from the PC.

CAPTURE & SEND
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Capture and send screen shots from your PC to smart devices directly by pressing the hotkey (hotkey set by users).

SMART MOTION CONTROL
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Move directionally to use applications with a smartphone or tablet's motion sensors.
You can even program sensor scenarios to design your own motion-based game!

Useful links & guides (Click to show)

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Owners Lists

Owners (Click to show)
Owners list (Click to show)
How to join (Click to show)
A CPU-Z Validation link is required.
The username used for CPU-Z Validation must be the same as your OCN username.
Alternatively, also some photos are fine.

par
WiSK
squeeish
MrSharkington
PCSarge
iwalkwithedead
smallstool
HuwSharpe
bobsaget
kimblo
spider220075
JunD
dippy
AlexRok
majin662
Owners rigs (Click to show)
How to join (Click to show)
Only for those who already are in Owners list.
Need a build log thread, or a single post with a lot of info and photos about your rig.

WiSK - build log
iwalkwithedead - build log
JunD - info and photos
AlexRok - info and photos

Overclocking Club (Click to show)
BIOS overclock template (Click to show)
How to join (Click to show)
Only for those who already are in Owners list.
Need a BIOS Overclock Template completely filled. Write, before of template, the frequency, if you used Offset Mode or Fixed Mode, and if you used power saving options.
Empty BIOS Overclock Template

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Daily RockSolid (Click to show)
How to join (Click to show)
Only for those who already are in Owners list.
Are required 2 hours of Prime95 Small FFTs test.
Do a screenshot with visible Prime95 start time, and time of Windows at the moment of screenshot.
Screenshot must have also HWiNFO. Must be visible CPU model, all core clock, all core usage, all core maximum temps, and VCore.
Timer of HWiNFO window must be at 2 hours or more.
At the moment of screenshot Prime95 must work, and all core usage must be 100%.
Fill the stripe of your CPU, link screenshot on the stripe, and post it in the thread. Stripes (Click to show)
i7 3770K (Click to show)
Code:
[COLOR="red"]Frequency (HT ON/OFF)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Full Load VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Max cores temps (Tamb)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Delidded or not[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Username[/COLOR]
Frequency (HT ON/OFF) | Full Load VCore | Max cores temps (Tamb) | Delidded or not | Cooler | Username
i5 3570K (Click to show)
Code:
[COLOR="red"]Frequency[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Full Load VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Max cores temps (Tamb)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Delidded or not[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Username[/COLOR]
Frequency | Full Load VCore | Max cores temps (Tamb) | Delidded or not | Cooler | Username
i7 2700K - i7 2600K (Click to show)
Code:
[COLOR="red"]Frequency (HT ON/OFF)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Full Load VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Max cores temps (Tamb)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Username[/COLOR]
Frequency (HT ON/OFF) | Full Load VCore | Max cores temps (Tamb) | Cooler | Username
i5 2500K (Click to show)
Code:
[COLOR="red"]Frequency[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Full Load VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Max cores temps (Tamb)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Username[/COLOR]
Frequency | Full Load VCore | Max cores temps (Tamb) | Cooler | Username

IVY BRIDGE

i7 3770K

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i5 3570K

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SANDY BRIDGE

i7 2700K

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i7 2600K

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i5 2500K

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Maximum frequency (Click to show)
How to join (Click to show)
Only for those who already are in Owners list.
A CPU-Z Validation link is required.
i7 CPU must have HT OFF.
Fill the stripe of your CPU, link CPU-Z Validation on the stripe, and post it in the thread. Stripes (Click to show)
Ivy Bridge (Click to show)
Code:
[COLOR="red"]Frequency[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Delidded or not[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]RAM[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Username[/COLOR]
Frequency | VCore | Delidded or not | RAM | Cooler | Username
Sandy Bridge (Click to show)
Code:
[COLOR="red"]Frequency[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]RAM[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Username[/COLOR]
Frequency | VCore | RAM | Cooler | Username

IVY BRIDGE

i7 3770K

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i5 3570K

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SANDY BRIDGE

i7 2700K

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i7 2600K

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i5 2500K

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SATA3 & USB3 benchmarks (Click to show)
SATA3 (Click to show)
How to join (Click to show)
Only for those who already are in Owners list.
Only SATA3 SSD.
It's required to specify if it was used power saving option (C1E and SpeedStep).
Reference benchmark is AS SSD (download).

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USB3 (Click to show)
How to join (Click to show)
Only for those who already are in Owners list.
Only external USB3 SSD.
It's required to specify if was used Intel or ASMedia controller.
It's required also to specificy if was used Asus Turbo mode or UASP mode.
Reference benchmark is AS SSD (download).

Intel

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ASMedia

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How to join the club (Click to show)
Owners (Click to show)
Owners list

A CPU-Z Validation link is required.
The username used for CPU-Z Validation must be the same as your OCN username.
Alternatively, also some photos are fine.

Owners Rigs

Only for those who already are in Owners list.
Need a build log thread, or a single post with a lot of info and photos about your rig.
SATA3 & USB3 Benchmark (Click to show)
SATA3

Only for those who already are in Owners list.
Only SATA3 SSD.
It's required to specify if it was used power saving option (C1E and SpeedStep).
Reference benchmark is AS SSD (download).

USB3

Only for those who already are in Owners list.
Only external USB3 SSD.
It's required to specify if was used Intel or ASMedia controller.
It's required also to specificy if was used Asus Turbo mode or UASP mode.
Reference benchmark is AS SSD (download).
Overclocking Club (Click to show)
BIOS Overclock Template

Only for those who already are in Owners list.
Need a BIOS Overclock Template completely filled. Write, before of template, the frequency, if you used Offset Mode or Fixed Mode, and if you used power saving options.
Empty BIOS Overclock Template

Daily Rock Solid

Only for those who already are in Owners list.
Are required 2 hours of Prime95 Small FFTs test.
Do a screenshot with visible Prime95 start time, and time of Windows at the moment of screenshot.
Screenshot must have also HWiNFO. Must be visible CPU model, all core clock, all core usage, all core maximum temps, and VCore.
Timer of HWiNFO window must be at 2 hours or more.
At the moment of screenshot Prime95 must work, and all core usage must be 100%.
Fill the stripe of your CPU, link screenshot on the stripe, and post it in the thread. Stripes (Click to show)
i7 3770K (Click to show)
Code:
[COLOR="red"]Frequency (HT ON/OFF)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Full Load VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Max cores temps (Tamb)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Delidded or not[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Username[/COLOR]
Frequency (HT ON/OFF) | Full Load VCore | Max cores temps (Tamb) | Delidded or not | Cooler | Username
i5 3570K (Click to show)
Code:
[COLOR="red"]Frequency[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Full Load VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Max cores temps (Tamb)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Delidded or not[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Username[/COLOR]
Frequency | Full Load VCore | Max cores temps (Tamb) | Delidded or not | Cooler | Username
i7 2700K - i7 2600K (Click to show)
Code:
[COLOR="red"]Frequency (HT ON/OFF)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Full Load VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Max cores temps (Tamb)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Username[/COLOR]
Frequency (HT ON/OFF) | Full Load VCore | Max cores temps (Tamb) | Cooler | Username
i5 2500K (Click to show)
Code:
[COLOR="red"]Frequency[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="Blue"]Full Load VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Max cores temps (Tamb)[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Username[/COLOR]
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i7 CPU must have HT OFF.
Fill the stripe of your CPU, link CPU-Z Validation on the stripe, and post it in the thread. Stripes (Click to show)
Ivy Bridge (Click to show)
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[COLOR="red"]Frequency[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Delidded or not[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]RAM[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Username[/COLOR]
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Sandy Bridge (Click to show)
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[COLOR="red"]Frequency[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]VCore[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]RAM[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="blue"]Cooler[/COLOR] [SIZE=5]|[/SIZE] [COLOR="red"]Username[/COLOR]
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P8Z77-i Deluxe owner here. Validation: http://valid.canardpc.com/2836887

Do you need anything else for proof of ownership?
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