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Anyone know vcore measuring points using dmm on Sabertooth p67? Thanks!
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I finally did it!!! Now just waiting for to be added to the 5Ghz club!!! Had to get a new chip...
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I'm in here too

Anyone got any suggestions on how to controll the speed of the Noctua NH-D14 with sabertooth p67?
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I'm in here too

Anyone got any suggestions on how to controll the speed of the Noctua NH-D14 with sabertooth p67?
I put the center fan to the cpu fan and the other fan to the front chassis on the board. (by memok button) (so i can see/control them in the asus suite II)

You can connect them directly to molex or link them together with the white y splitter that came with it and connect that to the molex wire your choice.

They are so quite event at max.
I was thinking of buying one more 120 to pull on the back of the heatsink sorta push-pull/push-pull.

But to be honest at max load im only seeing 50c @ 4.4
    
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I put the center fan to the cpu fan and the other fan to the front chassis on the board. (by memok button) (so i can see/control them in the asus suite II)

You can connect them directly to molex or link them together with the white y splitter that came with it and connect that to the molex wire your choice.

They are so quite event at max.
I was thinking of buying one more 120 to pull on the back of the heatsink sorta push-pull/push-pull.

But to be honest at max load im only seeing 50c @ 4.4
I can't control the fans when they are connected to "cpu fan" connector on the board with Y cable, atleast not with the program "Speed Fan". I understand that you can controll them both with the program "Asus Suite II" when the middle fan is connected to the "cpu fan" and the other is connected to the connector close to MemOK button?
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Sabertooth X58 0902 BIOS
Improve USB compatibility.
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Another new BIOS? Awesome I've been having some usb issues.
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Another new BIOS? Awesome I've been having some usb issues.
Not tried it myself yet (still having problems with my system - see my earlier post a few posts back).

eternal7trance, do you mind pm'ing me your bios settings for your overclock? I believe that I may have found the culprit in my system (bought replacement memory) and might try overclocking things tomorrow if I get a good Prime95 run on defaults tonight.
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post #569 of 1591
Got some results from the last couple of weeks .
Here is my OC for 4.5GHZ 1.305 was the lowest vcore i could run over 5 hours in prime. I had various lower vcores as you can see that were stable for 5 hours, but when tested longer for the 10 hour goal they failed after the 5 hour mark.



Here are my results over the last couple of weeks that i logged.





The H70 was not cutting it at all especially compared to the D14. All of this testing was done at night when ambients were the coldest, although the stable 10 hour run ran into mid day and ambients shot up letting the temps tilt a little above 70c at their hottest.

Hope this helps some people out a bit even for a tiny bit of reference on voltages, as you can see my chip is average at best. I have seen people run similar OCs at the lower end of the 1.2v spectrum.
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post #570 of 1591
+3.3v warnings from ai II suite

Well as for me it's mainly a 3.3v warning going sometimes to 3.7. It's really stressing me up, I just built my system like two days ago and it's been like that since then, I don't know what to do about it and if it really is a dangerous thing.
I went on my BIOS to get the readings there and it starts well but mainly instable and reaches at times 3.698, sometimes it goes from 3.1 to 3.6 but it doesn't last long though.
So what do you guys think, a software glitch or a MoBo issue?
Oh and Btw I didn't do any OC yet.

Here are my specs :
P67 Sabertooth B3 Rev 3.0
i7 core 2600k 3.4 GHZ
PSU OCX 600W
8Gb ram Corsair
Radeon HD 5850

If any one of you can help please! Thank you
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