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You have to change it manually. All that matters is that you set it to a number above the maximum power you are going to draw to prevent throttling. I set all mine to 300.

Ok how do I know the power Im going to draw? so i make sure I have it higher than that, may be a noobish question but I dont know so I gotta ask.
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From Realtemp 3.67. But it's worthless to think about that. Set 255/255/300 you will be just fine.

I see that you are another one that thinks "Hmm, if I set it too much my PC will burn". You are wrong. You can set Zilion value in there and it will work like a charm.
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Alright I changed them to 255. Another question popped up now. Now in cpuid its running at 4700 while idle...is that normal?
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Enable Intel Speed Step as well as all C1E, C3, C6 etc.
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You have to rise your Turbo Power Limits:

I just flashed to firmware 1.64a on my Extreme4 and I don't see the "Turbo Boost Power Limit" setting that's pictured here. Any ideas?
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Set it to Manual.....
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Hey guys... I picked up an AsRock Fatal1ty P67 pro mobo for my first ever build and was wondering about CPU cooling. I have four sticks of Corsair Vengeance ram that I want to put in and the heat sinks on them are pretty tall. Would a large CPU cooler such as the Noctua NH-D14 or Hyper 212+ be able to fit on this motherboard and not hit the RAM?

The mobo looks pretty spacious around the CPU but I can't tell... anyone actually have experience with some of these big coolers?
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Hey guys... I picked up an AsRock Fatal1ty P67 pro mobo for my first ever build and was wondering about CPU cooling. I have four sticks of Corsair Vengeance ram that I want to put in and the heat sinks on them are pretty tall. Would a large CPU cooler such as the Noctua NH-D14 or Hyper 212+ be able to fit on this motherboard and not hit the RAM?

The mobo looks pretty spacious around the CPU but I can't tell... anyone actually have experience with some of these big coolers?
I have the Extreme4 and there was plenty of room for all 4 slots with the Hyper 212. I'm using Ripjaws, so YMMV.

I had more issues with the case side panel only a couple mm clearance to get it back in place. And forget about adding side fans.
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1.70 Extreme4.

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Improve mouse movement in BIOS setup.
P.S. Of course it fix dualboot...
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bougth my p67 extreme 4 today...waiting for my ram & 2600k
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