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post #6921 of 6926 (permalink) Old 07-17-2018, 03:24 PM
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post #6922 of 6926 (permalink) Old 07-31-2018, 02:43 PM
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Good Evening,

Is anyone having issues running a 3770K in 4k? Rise of the Tomb Raider shows GPU and CPU usage is all over the place in spots and that's normally signs of bottleneck.

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i7 3770K @ 4.8 GHz - 1.45V
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16 GB GDDR3 @ 1800MHz
2 EVGA GTX 1080 Hybrids in SLi
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post #6923 of 6926 (permalink) Old 09-25-2018, 04:14 AM
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I know this is pointless but I have been running this PC for more than 6 years and this motherboard has been running solid very well. However, I noticed the bios has never been updated at all. From experience, I have learned that if your system runs great and there are no problems you don't need to update bios? Is it really that recommended or should I leave it alone? I don't wanna brick my motherboard anyway. If I were to update my bios what kind of stabilization does it do? Another question, what is that bios button behind the motherboard IO shield. Is it a flashback button? Educate me my PC friends!

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post #6924 of 6926 (permalink) Old 10-09-2018, 01:54 PM
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I ran this overclocked by auto settings and I never messed with voltages. Here is my CPUID.
Did I do anything wrong? I need honest answers. I also googled information on what other people's CPUID looks like and this came up

http://valid.x86.fr/xbpggg

(Why are his volts different than mine?) Including the multiplier, it shows 16-63? Why isn't it the same as the others? Is it because I am not tweaking voltages? Can someone help me out here and educate me on this part so I can understand what's going on?


I have image tearing now in most games but rarely on a few. I had to enable VSYNC and it works fine but sometimes I still catch image tearing when if it's on. So i tried the route via Nvidia Control Panel. Maybe I have a bad video card? Bad DVI or I need a new monitor? A lot of questions need to be answered. I still think it's probably because I have a powerful video card that is slightly bottlenecking my CPU. However, I saw this video.

He has a 1440hz monitor. I am baffled. However, that would LOWER more FPS. I'm just baffled how he runs just fine. Something is wrong. Maybe it's my SSD? I am using 1504 bios update not the newest one because what everyone says is that don't fix what is broken. I never had motherboard problems. I like 1080p but always wanted to go 1440hz but I rather not because I know there will be fps drops.


Advice?


These are my current specs at the moment
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060-6GB SSC version-
Hydro Series™ H100i v2 Extreme (replaced and installed on Mar 5, 2018)
SSD: Samsung 830 256GB -
HDD: WD Black 1TB (2010) -
HDD: WD Blue 500GB (2010) -
RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600 C9 4x4GB
MBD: Asus SABERTOOTH Z77
BENQ 1920X1080
EVGA 860 BQ Power Supply

These are my idle temps. My load temps never go over 45c or 54c and that's it.
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BUMP.. I talked to a friend and it turns out that I don't need to do anything and leave it as it is. Image Tearing MIGHT be related to video card drivers. I may consider a new different monitor since my monitor is made for movies and it has 4ms. Perhaps I'll have a difference if I had a different one. The upgrade plans will have to be on hold. May try Ryzen someday.

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Does 2400mhz ram not work with z77?

Rig 1: i7-5775c @4.1, MSI 1080ti Gaming X @2037/6102, MSI Z97 Gaming 5, Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400, Corsair AX860, Corsair H110i

Rig 2: i7-4790k @4.8, MSI 980ti Gaming X @1440/7800, ASUS Z97-A/USB 3.1, Corsair Vengeance Pro 1886, EVGA GS 850W, Corsair H105
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Hi Guys. What is the latest bios version for the motherboard? I am also having an issue with a clean install of windows 10. When I do a clean install of windows 10 boot times are almost up to a minute. Any ideas?

I recently wanted to do a clean install of windows 10 1803 build. For some weird reason When doing a clean install, the boot time is almost to a minute. When doing the install I disabled CSM in the BIOS and changed UEFI mode to other OS instead of windows UEFI and boot time is just too slow. With my previous windows, 10 backed up image which the boot time is less than 10 seconds. Any ideas? I am running z77 with i7 3770k 16Gb of ram. Please help

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