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Sorry to hear about the CPU dying Munami1....

Now i feel bad for posting about no one reporting brcked ones...

Will u be getting the new i7 2700k now?
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Sorry to hear about the CPU dying Munami1....

Now i feel bad for posting about no one reporting brcked ones...

Will u be getting the new i7 2700k now?
No worries bud, these things happen lol

Nah no way, 2500k until Ivy. Should be here on Thursday

I think motherboard killed it while I was testing a P8P67 Deluxe couple weeks ago, not sure what the hell happened, cpu was running stock aswell.
Edited by munaim1 - 11/1/11 at 6:41pm
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No worries bud, these things happen lol

Nah no way, 2500k until Ivy. Should be here on Thursday

I think motherboard killed it while I was testing a P8P67 Deluxe couple weeks ago, not sure what the hell happened, cpu was running stock aswell.
I dont think it helps but it could of been a number of things...

cooler backplate short-circuting solders on the back of the mobo, bad psu 24 pin connector contact, bent MOBO pins, bad quality control in the factory...etc.

Is the MOBO still functional?

And btw. i ll go Ivy but ill wait to see how it preforms before i get me one...and it is going to be K series(or equivalent) for sure!
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post #5175 of 10702
While checking up on the latest BIOS for my board I noticed this:

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======== GIGABYTE VIRTUAL BIOS(English/German)=========

GA-Z68X-UD7
GA-P67A-UD7
GA-P67A-UD5
GA-P67A-UD4
GA-P67A-UD3
GA-H67A-UD3H
Source

Should help with Giga owners posting BIOS settings.

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I swear that I saw my BCLK frequency hover by a bit in CPU-Z but I'm not sure if it does it all the time, I have to check. In this case, it is better to disable Spread Spectrum? What disadvantage do I get by doing that?
No disadvantages to disabling it, only advantages. Regardless of CPU/chipset it should pretty much always be disabled and especially when overclocking, as ASUS describes it on my Rampage Formula "disable may enhance stability when overclocking". It does nothing unless you're in an environment with heavy EMI like an electrical power plant or near industrial equipment.

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If you're getting less than 100.0MHz at all times, like say 98.0 MHz (which is common for Z68 boards), then yeah disabling CPU Spread Spectrum is recommended.
No necessarily for all boards though, on my UD4 stock BCLK is always 99.8 and disabling Spread Spectrum does nothing and I have to manually set BCLK to 100.2. Although Gigabyte does make up for it by setting the default multi to +1 for some reason, ie. for 2500K 34x and 2600K 35x. Was so confusing when I first booted up at 3393MHz.
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If you're getting less than 100.0MHz at all times, like say 98.0 MHz (which is common for Z68 boards), then yeah disabling CPU Spread Spectrum is recommended.
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No necessarily for all boards though, on my UD4 stock BCLK is always 99.8 and disabling Spread Spectrum does nothing and I have to manually set BCLK to 100.2. Although Gigabyte does make up for it by setting the default multi to +1 for some reason, ie. for 2500K 34x and 2600K 35x. Was so confusing when I first booted up at 3393MHz.
This is also the case with my MSI Z68-GD65, all of MSI's bios versions for this board have the bclk at 99.8. Disabling Spread Spectrum does not change this.
As recommended on the MSI Forums, I set the bclk in the bios to 10010 from the default 10000 to overcome this annoying flaw, which actually sets it at 100.2 which is the closest denominator.

There is some indication at that forum that the latest beta bios may have this issue resolved, not confirmed yet though.
What is weird is that I had a P67 version of this board previously, and the earliest bios had the proper bclk of 100 by default, then a few months ago all of MSI's bios changed it to 98.2.
I'd sure like to know if there is a valid reason for some boards to have a default 98.2 bclk, and why did MSI change theirs from 100 to 98.2?
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800Mhz is correct, it's DDR, so it shows the actual speed. DDR means double data rate, 800 doubles to 1600.

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This thread helped me get my voltage right down Loving the temps now.



Changed the H100 fans to Akasa 1225CSF fans. Unbelievable performance, 110% better than delta's or wings.

Yes, 41'C is my max temp on load.
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Hey guys,

Here is my 4.5ghz submission:



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I think he's confusing "VID" with "VCORE,and 41c at 4.8ghz full load,hmmmm.
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So I'm curious if anyone else is getting this issue. I use the CPU Meter for windows 7 sidebar widget junk and it would actually spike properly when playing games and what not. But ever since I disabled C3 and C6 I will always get spikes on Cores 2, 4, 6, 7 to between 18-40% usage. I mean I don't notice any stuttering or anything weird happening. But it just seems to always happen now when I disabled C3 and C6. Any thoughts?
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