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post #811 of 1839
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Originally Posted by Wappo View Post
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.
Cool. I'll try this.

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Originally Posted by radier View Post
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.
Ah okay. I think I understand. Would you say those numbers are just arbitrary? Trial and Error? I just left mine where they are. I'll go ahead and keep messing around to see what happens.

Thank you both!
 
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post #812 of 1839
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Originally Posted by Velathawen View Post
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.
Thanks, that got me into a position to where I could fix it. Everything working wonderously now!
post #813 of 1839
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Originally Posted by Analog View Post
How is the Extreme4 for overclocking? I'm not striving for 5Ghz, but 4.5Ghz+
I think it's great. This is my first time around overclocking and I'm at 4.6GHz with 1.312 volts. Those are the only two settings I changed. Pretty sure I could drop the voltage but it's running 100% stable at the moment. You should be able to get to 4.5GHz with little or no hassle.
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post #816 of 1839
Hey is this the Asrock p67/z68 owners club or what?!

im about to pick up a z68 extreme 4.

also, most of you need to go post up here too: **The Official Intel Core i5-2500K/AMD Buttkickers Owners Club** <--clicky clicky

go! they need more asrock boards
 
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Just got my ASRock Extreme 4 PC working. I like it a lot.

Does anyone here use AXTU? I use it to see my CPU temp, but if I were to get my multiplyer up by using it instead of the BIOS. Would this also change other stuff like voltages? Or would it be safe to do? I kinda have a bad feeling about it. I feel like I'm not in control by doing that.
 
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post #818 of 1839
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Just got my ASRock Extreme 4 PC working. I like it a lot.

Does anyone here use AXTU? I use it to see my CPU temp, but if I were to get my multiplyer up by using it instead of the BIOS. Would this also change other stuff like voltages? Or would it be safe to do? I kinda have a bad feeling about it. I feel like I'm not in control by doing that.
I am pretty sure that you have to adjust anything of "importance" from within the BIOS/EFI. The best thing I have found for the AXTU is the saving of the .bin files. :Shrug: That way I can have more than 3 .

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Check the tiny pins in the CPU socket. Make sure none are bent.

cg
Nope no pins are bent, damn right to as its a brand new motherboard.

a 3rd slot worked today for about 5 mins then the PC crashed and then code 45 untill i pulled it from the slot :/

I have Booked a RMA with Overclockers... Im just hopeing its not the CPu thats at fault, I might call them and ask if they will RMA the cpu aswell Just incase and if its ok just send it back with a new motherboard.

I have a new Set of DDR3 8GB set on its way aswell so i can test that, Currently useing a set from a X58 Mobo thats 2000mhx 1.65v
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Hi dudes. I want to flash the new BIOS, but I'm wondering there are any known issues that will come up. I'm just sitting on my stock BIOS right now. How is 1.7?
 
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