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post #1441 of 1830
Have you tried a different cable?

Also, My board will not see my HD or CD drive unless its in two specific ports, check your manual but I think it is 0 and 1 or 1 and 2 on the sata 3 connections on my board. Also can you hear the harddrive spinning up when you press the power button? Is the power source good?
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For THOSE HAVING PROBLEM WITH USB DEVICES AND BOOT!

I had the same problem on my ASrock P67 EXTREME 4 board. It started when i updated my BIOS to 2.10.

In short my board was trying to boot from the keyboard and there was nothing i could do in BIOS 2.10 to fix it.

It has something to do with the patch to XAI mouse. I reverted to BIOS 2.0 and now it works fine.
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Originally Posted by Rops84 View Post

For THOSE HAVING PROBLEM WITH USB DEVICES AND BOOT!
I had the same problem on my ASrock P67 EXTREME 4 board. It started when i updated my BIOS to 2.10.
In short my board was trying to boot from the keyboard and there was nothing i could do in BIOS 2.10 to fix it.
It has something to do with the patch to XAI mouse. I reverted to BIOS 2.0 and now it works fine.
What kind of boot problems? I get the boot loop thingie sometimes, but I dunno if that's because my voltages are too low. I'm still working on my OC.
   
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post #1444 of 1830
Hi, i have a asrock p67 pro3-se motherboard and i though will be a decent board to make my 2500k runs at 4,5 ghz i was wrong . Im 100% sure is not the cpu because i test it on a asus board and runs 4,5 ghz @ 1.288-max 1.304 in prime 95 but on this board system boot at 1.32 v but to be stable cpu need 1.384-1.392v , also i tested other 2500k with this board and same need same vcore to be stable at 4.5ghz .I bought this board after i saw some review of p67 pro3 and i though they have same bios options and i also downloaded the manual from asrock but this board dont have fixed voltage option and load line calibration options . Also if i try to turn off the speedstep in bios cpu runs at 3.3 ghz but the multi is at 45x in bios is this normal ? Any sugestions how can i lower the vcore ?
post #1445 of 1830
I have an ASRock P67 Extreme 4 and I believe that people not hitting over 4.4GHz and stuff just need to tweak a lot more stuff. I have stability at 4.7GHz (and im not done testing up higher) it took me a lot of time to tweak to that and i think everyone can get there. When i get home Ill post all of the settings i have changed/tweaked and see if it helps anyone, never give up when you cant get over a small OC like 4.4GHz wink.gif

EDIT: i really know nothing about overclocking but i know how i overclocked my board and CPU (the CPU is i5 2500k)
post #1446 of 1830
Does anyone else have major problems with the eSATA port on the back?
I have an external HDD cabinet with eSATA support, so I use it quite often, but it's a real nightmare.

I have to power on the external HDD just after booting into Windows for it to work properly, because
  1. if I wait too long and power it on after having used the PC for a few minutes, the drive wont get recognized and the system will freeze for a few seconds at a time at seemingly random intervals before eventually giving a BSOD.
  2. if I already have the cabinet powered on while booting, Windows will refuse to load until I shut it off, at which point it will resume loading and boot perfectly fine.

The proper drivers are installed, so that's not the issue.
Super annoying. I bet I wouldn't have this problem if ASRock had decided to use the native Intel controller for eSATA instead of the Marvell one.

EDIT: I fixed it by updating the drivers for the Marvell controller.
Latest ones from ASRock were 1.0.0.1047.
Installed newer ones from a third party site, 1.2.0.1014, and now it seems much better.

EDIT2: Actually, booting works now, but it still wont allow me to power on the drive after using Windows for more than a couple of minutes. I'm giving up on this, I'll just use the SATA to eSATA bracket that came with my previous (Gigabyte) motherboard and connect it to one of the native controller ports. The Marvell controller is awfully unusable, so I'll disable it in UEFI and leave it that way.
Edited by HothBase - 11/18/11 at 8:00am
   
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post #1447 of 1830
I'll chime in here, as I own an Extreme6 now. I shifted over from AMD land, and decided to try something entirely new.

Board: Extreme6 Asrock
CPU: 2700K
RAM: Gskill 2x4GB 1866 CL9 1.5V (9-10-9-28 1T)
Boot drive: 128GB C300
PSU: Corsair HX1000 (brought over from previous build)
Graphics: Sapphire HD6970 (first style from late last year)
6 other hard drives, 3 DVD drives, and extra SATA controller if I need it (all 10 ports are filled on the motherboard).
Cooling: Full cover block on the 6970, EK Supreme HF Nickel/Acetal for CPU. 1/2" silicone tubing, 2x serial Lang D5B pumps, Technofront Axiom reservoir. 2x XSPC RS240 radiators, and 1x Swiftech QP120.
Fans: 17 Case fans in total, Corsair RAM fan (to help with any possible board circulation).
Monitors: 2x Viewsonic 23" IPS monitors (hoping to get a third for eyefinity soon).
Case: Chieftec Mesh full tower, modified to fit all water cooling and extra fans.

This has been a very slow build, as I've come up with the money, and it's taken about a year and a half to actually culminate, although I've used parts as they came along. The reason for the 2700K was because I caught a deal ($40 off normal price, or $15 over 2600K).

Bugs I've noticed so far, in the half day I've played with it.

1. Vcore defaults to 1.250v. CPU temps are around 46 under Prim95 large FFT loads.
2. Flashing from USB key (fat32 formatted) doesn't happen. I had to update in Windows, and it worked.
3. I can load the RAM XMP and it runs fine, but if I manually adjust to the same setting, I am greeted with a BSOD.

Those things aside, I will admit that this was a much less dramatic assembly than previous AMD ones...as I've been through multiple boards for each build. I've never bought an Intel until Monday...can't say I regret it, either.

Currently I'm trying the CPU at the board default 1.25v and it's running 4.0 Ghz. Temps are still 46C under Prime large FFT, and Linpack. I will play with it more tonight and see. Afterthought: since my board also defaulted to 99.8 Mhz for Bclk, I set the BIOS to 100.2 (as it read 100.0 initially). It now shows as 100.2, so a .4 Mhz bump. I don't see any problems with it, and have no plans to push it further.

I'll read through this thread more before I ask questions. As for overclock, I really just want respectable performance and low voltage, so I won't be climbing above the 1.25 setting for some time. I hope this board provides a better experience than past brands.
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post #1448 of 1830
Hi Guys, New member and first time poster. I am having trouble with my Asrock Fatality 1 Pro P67 . It has an i7 Intel Quad chip. The trouble I am having is with the onboard sound. I have no sound with Battlefield 3. All other sound is ok. All other games have sound. The beta version of BF3 worked as well.
EA games told me that the onboard sound on the board is incompatable with BF3 and that I would have
to install a sound card. I can't believe this. My Gaming community {GSN} gave me this forum thread and suggested that I contact you guys. I have refreshed all realtree drivers. Any help greatrly apreciated. Oh and one other thing....Pretend I am real stupid...On second thought Dont pretend...............
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Hi Guys, New member and first time poster. I am having trouble with my Asrock Fatality 1 Pro P67 . It has an i7 Intel Quad chip. The trouble I am having is with the onboard sound. I have no sound with Battlefield 3. All other sound is ok. All other games have sound. The beta version of BF3 worked as well.
EA games told me that the onboard sound on the board is incompatable with BF3 and that I would have
to install a sound card. I can't believe this. My Gaming community {GSN} gave me this forum thread and suggested that I contact you guys. I have refreshed all realtree drivers. Any help greatrly apreciated. Oh and one other thing....Pretend I am real stupid...On second thought Dont pretend...............
No surprise here, but EA's suggestion is extremely incompetent, don't listen to those guys.

To make sure, did you download and install the latest Realtek HD Audio drivers from ASRock? The ones on the CD are probably outdated.
Fatal1ty P67 Professional - Download

If that doesn't help, disable all Playback and Recording devices except 'Speakers'.
See this pic for reference: Sound.jpg
Edited by HothBase - 11/21/11 at 9:26am
   
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post #1450 of 1830
An update on my OC experience: I too seem to notice a change in things after 4.4 ghz on my board. Settings are the same as above, but CPU is currently running at 44x99.8 (It didn't like a 100.1 Bclock, and I have no way of adjusting to 99.9 or 100.0, as 100.0 defaults to 99.8, and 100.1 goes to 100.1).

CPU volts were decreased by .01 in BIOS, and CPU-Z has been reporting around 1.24 at idle, and 1.22 under Prime95 Blend load (all cores, HT enabled). From the looks of things, this isn't a terrible volt setting to start with, although not stellar in comparison. Then again, the chip is a few days old, and my experiences have shown that a used chip can be a little more stable.

I'll try for 4.5 Ghz tonight, and see if it will do it on 1.23 to 1.24 at load. PLL is at level 5, and with stock (1.25) volt setting, will bump up to 1.29 under heavy use; this is way too high, although the machine is very stable. My goal is to keep speed-stepping enabled, along with an idle volt setting, and HT being used, with a 1Ghz OC (whee!). I'm pretty close so far.
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