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post #801 of 1839
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Originally Posted by jjpctech View Post
I just got the P67 Extreme6.

Ploped in a 2500K and some ddr3 ram.

Code 45 code 45!

Seems Only 1 white and 1 blue memory slots are working... so i cant run dual channel!!!!!!!

Anyone know how to fix this?

have tried reseating cpu 2 times, no help.

Called OverclockersUk and they will rma it but i wish i didnt have to.
Check the tiny pins in the CPU socket. Make sure none are bent.

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post #802 of 1839
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1. You need to get a hold of the raid drivers. I forget if they're on the CD or not, it's been months since I set mine up. I think they are on the included CD, but you could always download it to a thumb drive from the main AsRock website. I did this as prep work prior to installing Windows, not sure if the steps are different for secondary storage like yours.

2. You need to check the SATA ports on your motherboard and make sure to set the correct mode in bios. If you plugged them in to the Marvel SATA3 ports, then you will need to set the Marvel ports to raid mode.

3. You cannot keep the original array if you move motherboards AFAIK. I used to run my 2 F3 in raid-0 on my 890FXA-UD5, and I had to rebuild from scratch when I moved to this 2600K set up. Plug in your array to your old set up and back up all important files before moving over.

I think that covers everything.
Thanks, I have everything done, but...

I have everything copied over, selected the raid setting in the BIOS, created the array... and downloaded Intel Rapid Storage Technology drivers, and that program realizes my array as healthy and working, but when I click on My Computer I don't see it.

I guess I don't understand again.
post #803 of 1839
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How is the Extreme4 for overclocking? I'm not striving for 5Ghz, but 4.5Ghz+
I'm at 4.6 with the auto OC in BIOS.....
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The Extreme4 overclocks pretty good actually but it depends on the chip and cooling used obviously. Some CPU's overclock better than others. (YMMV)

I've booted into 5.3Ghz, but wasn't stable enough for a validation. Did get 5GHz stable though, but I'm sticking to 4.5GHz, it's more than enough for everything I do. I like the lower voltage too.
post #805 of 1839
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You want low temps and yet you have disabled all power saving features? Where's the logic here?

For 4GHz you need ONLY to set multi to 40 and adjust Turbo Power and Core Current Limits manually to prevent CPU throttling. Internal PLL Overvoltage can be disabled as this option is needed at 4,6GHz+.

Simple is that.
I've tried this for 4.0, making sure to...
  • Disable Internal PLL Overvoltage
  • Set LLC to Level 5
  • Enable Intel SpeedStep Tech and Power Saving Mode
  • Set CPU Core Voltage to Offset Mode with -0.010V Offset Voltage
  • Turbo Boost Power Limit Auto (Short: 118, Long 95)
  • Core Current Limit 150

And when I'm stress testing/folding, my Core Voltage goes up to 1.280V. Why is that? What should my Turbo Power and Core Current Limits be around? I was hoping to get 4.0GHz at around 1.200V (I know it depends on the chip) because I'm only on stock cooling right now. Can I get some help?

Thanks.
I'm posting this again. Hoping someone can help me.


Also, @Radier, I have a question for you. How did you determine Turbo Boost Power Limit should be 255/255 and Core Current Limit should be 300?
 
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I'm posting this again. Hoping someone can help me.
That might just be the normal voltage for 4ghz (1.29 with -.01 from offset) but it does seem kind of high. I did have some weird issues with LLC 5 though, where it was bringing my load voltages way higher than LLC 4.

I started with LLC 4 and my load voltage was around 1.34 and when I tried out LLC 5, my voltage shot up to around 1.38. I was pretty shocked and never touched LLC 5 again, figured it was something weird with offset and LLC.
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post #808 of 1839
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Also, @Radier, I have a question for you. How did you determine Turbo Boost Power Limit should be 255/255 and Core Current Limit should be 300?
These are just values higher than probbably needed. I just wanted to be sure that Turbo and Core Current Limits will never be crossed. Higher values doesn't mean that your PC will consume more Waats etc.
post #809 of 1839
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Thanks, I have everything done, but...

I have everything copied over, selected the raid setting in the BIOS, created the array... and downloaded Intel Rapid Storage Technology drivers, and that program realizes my array as healthy and working, but when I click on My Computer I don't see it.

I guess I don't understand again.
Try doing this:

Control Panel > System and Security > Administrative Tools > Computer Management > Disk Management

See if there is an unformated partition where your raid is supposed to be. If there is, format it.
post #810 of 1839
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Hello folks, this is my first post here , I've been following some of the information in this topic trying to decide what the best board is for me.

I'm going to purchase a core i7-2600k, I currently have a Galaxy GT430 and a Antec BP550 Plus 550W PSU. I am having some trouble deciding which of these AsRock boards I should buy. I'm looking at the Extreme4 board, and on the specs it does not say it supports the Turbo profile, like it's cousin boards.

What version of the board do you think I should use, and does it have to list the Turbo profile as a compatibility or will it work whether or not it states it?

I also read in a post on here that you should go with the PRO3 (b3), but it only has x1 2.0 x16 slot *whoops, has x2*. I'd like to be able to have two on a board for future SLI possibilities. The Extreme4 board has x3 of them. *whoops, only has x1 2.0 x16*

Any insight would be great, because I did notice most of these owners have the i5.

Edit:

I discovered there is a more detailed spec page on ASRock's website for the boards, the PRO seems to be the better choice, the Extreme4 is more costly for the same features. The Extreme4 does have the Intel Turbo technology.
The Pro 3 only has one x16 slot, thus only one GPU can be used, and no possibility os SLI or Xfire. The Extreme 4 is a good board and supports multiple GPUs, so if you are thinking about SLI in the future, you should go with the Extreme 4.
    
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