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What model Gigabyte Z77 boards do you have to work with? I have Z77X-D3H and Z77X-UD3H.
   
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post #602 of 1011
I have a z77m-d3h, with a 3570k in it. so the z77x-d3h should be pretty close.
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Yea, but has really nobody managed to crack the software or reverse engineer it?
I (and many others) would gladly fund someone to do it biggrin.gif

What if that software is just a client that connects to the server with real program on it? Somewhat like wow servers work, as a gaming example - important things are validated and done server side and client just sends(relies) encrypted command to cpu?
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I did consider, and then immediately discard the notion that the magic i5 that's more perfect than perfect ALSO had a -defect- that just -happened- to enable hyperthreading. It's the best chip most of us have ever seen, and you want me to believe that it also has a defect that enables 30% more performance (instead of, you know, not working, which is literally a -billion- times more likely) on top of that? I don't buy that for a second.

No, you misunderstood me. I said that this defect happened because the chip was overclocked a lot. Older cpus(like, way older) had their functions set/limited by right resistors/capacitors in the right places of cpu pcb. Something like this comes to mind: http://www.weethet.nl/english/overclock_duron.php (use ctrl+f pencil for tl;dr), but in reverse, where one of the elements on the back side would, _for example_ break out of electrical circuit because of cold soldering issue, causing unit to boot with HT on instead of off. This would be likely invisible to the naked eye.
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I have a z77m-d3h, with a 3570k in it. so the z77x-d3h should be pretty close.

I'm seriously considering pulling the trigger on the 3770k. I don't know if I would sell my 3570k after you've got all the data you need or not. I think my 3570k is a decent chip as I can run 4.5GHz @ 1.176v.
   
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Bitspower White 90° Rotary Compression Fitting x1 7/16" ID x 5/8" OD Clear Tubing XSPC Xinruilian 1650RPM x4, Push/Pull Corsair AF120 rear exhaust, White ring 
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I'm seriously considering pulling the trigger on the 3770k. I don't know if I would sell my 3570k after you've got all the data you need or not. I think my 3570k is a decent chip as I can run 4.5GHz @ 1.176v.

Its gonna be hard to find very many other ivy that can do 4.5 under 1.2. i7 vs i5 not much difference, I'd keep the i5.
    
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Oh! I apologize for that, I thought you meant something on the die itself. if it was one of the caps on the base of the chip, i'd kick myself for not thinking that, lol.

I had yet another idea in the meantime. I installed Linux on my box, so i could dump the acpi tables. after dumping them, I booted to OSX and opened them in dsdtse, which surprisingly, did not complain. What i would like to test is this. Linux, with its history of acpi problems has an optional kernel configuration which can be built that has the ability to override any and all acpi tables before booting, and replace them with the ones pre-built into the kernel. (kick the bios in the nuts even harder)

Linux gurus welcome for this next part. What needs to be done is install linux, recompile the kernel with that option, and dump the acpi tables for a 3770k. then, recompile the kernel with all 3770k acpi tables built in (Specifically, the MP table, and the APIC table, the rest optional). Then, swap chips, and try to boot it. If that works, which it very well might, we have a starting point. If anyone has the asrock z68 extreme3 gen3, or gigabyte ga-z77m-d3h, and a 3770k in it, i would appreciate if i could get those tables.

At this point I'm thinking about ponying up for a 3770k.
post #607 of 1011
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Oh! I apologize for that, I thought you meant something on the die itself. if it was one of the caps on the base of the chip, i'd kick myself for not thinking that, lol.

I had yet another idea in the meantime. I installed Linux on my box, so i could dump the acpi tables. after dumping them, I booted to OSX and opened them in dsdtse, which surprisingly, did not complain. What i would like to test is this. Linux, with its history of acpi problems has an optional kernel configuration which can be built that has the ability to override any and all acpi tables before booting, and replace them with the ones pre-built into the kernel. (kick the bios in the nuts even harder)

Linux gurus welcome for this next part. What needs to be done is install linux, recompile the kernel with that option, and dump the acpi tables for a 3770k. then, recompile the kernel with all 3770k acpi tables built in (Specifically, the MP table, and the APIC table, the rest optional). Then, swap chips, and try to boot it. If that works, which it very well might, we have a starting point. If anyone has the asrock z68 extreme3 gen3, or gigabyte ga-z77m-d3h, and a 3770k in it, i would appreciate if i could get those tables.

At this point I'm thinking about ponying up for a 3770k.

If you do get one, you should check ebay or the classifieds here on the forum. I'm sure someone will give a discount.
post #608 of 1011
I have a 2700k anda z68 extreme3

Does it work for this purpose?
post #609 of 1011
Yes, in fact it would! Are you on bios revision 2.30? If you could dump all the acpi tables and upload them somewhere, that would be great!
post #610 of 1011
Yes i am on 2.30

I havent followed the thread but how can I get the dump file?
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