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already done the default device thing about 10 times. enabled and disabled devices several times. i'm gonna try loading defaults in the bios and flashing it up to the latest version.

msconfig hint was already done.

thx for trying to help exnihilo, i appreciate it.
No problem man. Here's another idea. I'm using my optical out, like you, and also a USB headset. When Both are plugged in, I find that I actually have to set the headset to Default Device and the optical out to Default Communication Device. Weird, but it works. I'm afraid to plug in my Bluetooth head set... I don't know what might happen!


PS, Although I'm using Creative hardware, if you need me to check any of my settings to verify something that might help on you end, just ask!

cg
Edited by exnihilo - 7/2/11 at 7:30pm
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Just curious, why has ASRock become so popular all the sudden? Looking at the Z68 on Newegg, under "most reviews" ASRock comes in 2nd ahead of Gigabyte.
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Because ASRock produce damn good mobos in fair price.
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Hey guys,
It's my first time doing a full build, and I'm a bit of a newby. I just picked up a P67 Extreme4, it comes in on Tuesday. Just wondering which drivers I should download; seeing as the ASRock website lists a whole ton of them. Do I need all of them from this page? http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.as...reme4&o=Win764

Should I just use the drivers included in the CD? Or should I download the newest directly from the website?

Also; I'm planning to pair it with a i5-2500k and overclock to 4.0Ghz. I have no idea on how to do it. I've read the OC FAQ threads countless times, and watched some videos. I'm still confused about which settings to use. I know I should adjust the multiplier to 40x but how many volts do I use? C1e enabled? Turbo boost? etc.
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Try this:

http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overc...beginners.html

As far as drivers are concerned, I would recommend taking the list you provided and going to each of the individual companies websites and grabbing the latest drivers available for your OS.

For sure you will need the Intel INFs, probably the Intel RST, the Realtek Audio and LAN drivers, and if you are using the Marvell SATA controller or the USB 3.0 controller, those as well.


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Hey guys,
It's my first time doing a full build, and I'm a bit of a newby. I just picked up a P67 Extreme4, it comes in on Tuesday. Just wondering which drivers I should download; seeing as the ASRock website lists a whole ton of them. Do I need all of them from this page? http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.as...reme4&o=Win764

Should I just use the drivers included in the CD? Or should I download the newest directly from the website?

Also; I'm planning to pair it with a i5-2500k and overclock to 4.0Ghz. I have no idea on how to do it. I've read the OC FAQ threads countless times, and watched some videos. I'm still confused about which settings to use. I know I should adjust the multiplier to 40x but how many volts do I use? C1e enabled? Turbo boost? etc.
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Try this:

http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overc...beginners.html

As far as drivers are concerned, I would recommend taking the list you provided and going to each of the individual companies websites and grabbing the latest drivers available for your OS.

For sure you will need the Intel INFs, probably the Intel RST, the Realtek Audio and LAN drivers, and if you are using the Marvell SATA controller or the USB 3.0 controller, those as well.
Alright, but for safe measure, Should I download all the drivers from the link I listed? I know those are just the motherboard drivers, but are all of them essential? reason being is that I don't want a bunch of drivers cluttering things up when I will never use them.

Also thank you for the OC'ing guide. I did a quick read through it... and got to the memory section
It says "Memory Frequency - Set to AUTO or 1333MHz for now - If you are using high speed memory, please still leave this setting low while we find out what the CPU can do." Why is that? When should I set it to my maximum memory freq (1600MHz)? I only plan on a 4GHz OC, no more so should I just leave it at auto?


Never mind; did further reading and figured it out. Thanks that guide is pretty much idiot proof! +rep
Edited by Trifecta Smoke - 7/3/11 at 2:15pm
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Try this:

http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overc...beginners.html

As far as drivers are concerned, I would recommend taking the list you provided and going to each of the individual companies websites and grabbing the latest drivers available for your OS.

For sure you will need the Intel INFs, probably the Intel RST, the Realtek Audio and LAN drivers, and if you are using the Marvell SATA controller or the USB 3.0 controller, those as well.
1.35v is the max volttage for the i5 2500ks, but does it mean m ax during load? or idle.. my cpu idles around 1.33-1.32 drops to 1.28, i'm guessing 1.35v is max for load volts?

lol my cpu can't even boot to 4.5ghz with 1.35-1.36 volts lol i'm @ 4.3ghz 1.340 volts/ load : 1.296 v lol -__- bad chip..
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1.35v is the max volttage for the i5 2500ks, but does it mean m ax during load? or idle.. my cpu idles around 1.33-1.32 drops to 1.28, i'm guessing 1.35v is max for load volts?

lol my cpu can't even boot to 4.5ghz with 1.35-1.36 volts lol i'm @ 4.3ghz 1.340 volts/ load : 1.296 v lol -__- bad chip..
Intel says otherwise, it's 1.52v max. I don't know where some people are getting this false info, please stop spreading it. But unless you're just benching a bit or on water, I don't recommend that high for normal use. These are NOT the same as the 1366 CPU's for voltage, Sandy Bridge can handle a lot more. Just keep your temps in control and you're fine.
Edited by Nightz2k - 7/4/11 at 7:35pm
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Looks like the 1.80 UEFI might need to be skipped (from recent newegg.com Extreme4 review):

"When I first received it, it came with BIOS 1.60. I checked website and newer 1.70 was available so I downloaded and board was working perfectly, even OC to 4.5 it was stable. No errors on Prime95. New BIOS 1.80 available and downloaded. Sytem became unstable. Didn't hold settings. Failed prime95. Had to set all defaults. Will probably go back to 1.70. Beware of new BIOS 1.80."
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