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That works, cool thanks for that. I actually found another way to do it, as below:



Just need to find a way of making the AI Suite stop informing me the fact the CPU fan speed is 0.

I stopped using AI suite because it is inaccurate and constantly thinks my system is running on 0.000 Vcore. And all kinds of background processes I don't like. Fan control speedfan is far superior, you choose at what speed your fans run at any temp. I was really annoyed with Fan Xpert as it forced me running my fans like a jet on cpu temp 80 degrees celsius while I was fine with it. Now I run them silent with speefan at 80 degree and temps still good.
post #92 of 391
Okay with a bit of time and patience i have got a 4.8GHz overclock running stable, but it has taken a little more voltage to do so than my previous ASRock board, may it RIP.

Just to confirm Par the Noctua NH-U9B SE2 fits on the board fine, no modifications needed and is adequately cooling my i2500K at 4.8GHz, though this could be in part due to close proximity of fans.

One good thing i have noticed i am now getting much better speeds between PC and my NAS drive, previously it would be hit and miss between about 14-60MB/s but the ASUS seems to be allowing a steady 60+MB/s which is awesome. I always blamed my network or the NAS for the slow speeds, seems i was wrong.

I was originally put off by all the blue, but turns out when its installed with a GPU, RAM and CPU heatsink you cant see a whole lot anyway.
post #93 of 391
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go to monitor section, and on cpu fan or also chassis fan, set IGNORE smile.gif

look here: http://cdn.overclock.net/6/6c/550x578px-LL-6cbf4eba_Image1.png

That works, cool thanks for that. I actually found another way to do it, as below:



Just need to find a way of making the AI Suite stop informing me the fact the CPU fan speed is 0.

i think if you use the other way (set cpu fan on IGNORE) also probe ii ecc ecc will sto to detect cpu fan 0 rpm..

anyway i suggest to not use probe ii sensor recorder...

very better hwinfo.. have also the same alerts function of probe ii, and for all sensor.. pch cpu cores gpu.. all things that probe ii not detect.. (the same for sensor recorder)
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Just to confirm Par the Noctua NH-U9B SE2 fits on the board fine, no modifications needed and is adequately cooling my i2500K at 4.8GHz, though this could be in part due to close proximity of fans.

you linked noctua site.. need a photo of the cooler mounted biggrin.gif
post #94 of 391
My question is if it's okay to connect the USB3 for the front i/o like shown in the pictures. It's not touching the cooler but could there be some other problems?
Why I cant route the cable to the right:



CPU Cooler: Phanteks- PH-TC14PE
Case: Prodigy
post #95 of 391
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usb3 cable of my case is a little hard, and probably I can't fold it at 90° as you did..
or maybe i can do it, but only forcing a little and decreasing the grip of the connector..

but if you haven't problem it's ok!
post #96 of 391
I have forced that 90° with a lot of time decreasing the angle over time. There is still is a minimal kink but it shouldn't be a problem.
Through that tight bend it actually sits even firmer in the connector.

ty for answering.
post #97 of 391
Hi par biggrin.gif

Nice thread! ;D
post #98 of 391
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Hi par biggrin.gif

Nice thread! ;D

visto che succede quando ci si annoia??? XD
post #99 of 391
Will the HR-02 Macho be compatible?

"A word of warning.

I've the same motherboard (Asus P8Z77-1)and cooler (HR-02 Macho Rev.A). I noticed that the retaining pin for the Z77 heatsink closest to the socket is squashed under the backplate. To prevent this I had to have a hole drilled to allow it to clear. If this hadn't been done then the Z77 heatsink would eventually have lost contact with the Z77 chip resulting in overheating.

The cooler works great and it allows me run at an OC of 4.4 all day."

Anyone else have this problem? I see that it's compatible, and will work, but how long has it worked for someone without the problem above arising?
post #100 of 391
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I noticed that the retaining pin for the Z77 heatsink closest to the socket is squashed under the backplate

if I remember correctly it also happens with some scythe cooler .. but for solve was enough to solve rotate the backplate ..

or you can try to use the insulating washers to spacing the backplate
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