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07-22-2013 10:56 AM
Originally Posted by REAPER XD View Post

bump. no one has been signing up:/

I had to search for it, "Gigabyte Owners", and then it came up a few down on the result list. I'll join, but you have no listing for Z77's, which is what I have.

06-27-2013 04:57 AM
REAPER XD bump. no one has been signing up:/
04-16-2012 04:13 AM
REAPER XD well they are nice volts you got there on the cpu. Wanna try to crank them up a but and try?
I really dont know whats happening with the gigabyte board. Well i think its cause the gigabyte board has more phases. Try booting without LLC or even better start fresh. The thing is, you cant go swap the motherboard and expect same voltage and stability. Try to start fresh, I'll be watching smile.gif
04-15-2012 10:04 PM
TheBenson Does no one use these boards now @[email protected]? I ran 3dmark 11 for the first time since changing over from the p8p67 board and my score as 1400 points lower. I checked to make sure all my overclocks were still running and I don't think they were so I re-tested with the OC's and still scoring 500 points lower than I had been scoring consistently. The only difference in specs is the board and now my CPU is clocked a 4.4 instead of 4.5Ghz. I don't understand why this board has to be so much work <.<.
04-15-2012 02:46 PM
TheBenson Got things stable at 4.4Ghz with

F10 Bios
Overvoltage Enabled
LLC Level 6
Vcore Voltage 1.335
44 Multiplier

The volts actually fluctuate between 1.348 and 1.368

I corrupted my OS trying to get 4.5Ghz stable yesterday which was real frustrating. Not as mad at the board as I was yesterday, but still wish things were easier with these boards considering my p8p67 board literally to next to no effort to get 4.5Ghz stable.
04-14-2012 10:44 PM
TheBenson Well I finally got it to boot up with LLC lvl5 and it ran in prime for almost 2.5hrs then it BSOD'd and I had to reset the CMOS to get it to post again. Really frustrating, gonna try and get 4.4Ghz stable tomorrow I guess.
04-14-2012 08:07 PM
TheBenson Just got a z68x-ud4-b3 board because my asus p8p67(regular not pro) board doesn't support SLI and I wanted to go SLI. Anyways this board is a pain in the ass to OC compared to the asus. For some reason my computer crashes everytime I turn on LLC. I set it to 2-3-4-5 all crash. I set it to 7 it runs, but obviously ups my volts, and I don't want to risk such a high LLC setting. My Asus board kept my 2600k at 4.5Ghz with 1.35 volts easy, this board can't even run prime for 3 seconds at those settings. Really disappointing. Only reason I went with Gigabyte was for the black board and coolers, making me regret things. Maybe I can get my CPU stable at 4.5 but it's taking loads more effort than it did with my Asus.
04-09-2012 07:27 PM
REAPER XD ok whats the cpu?
And run p95 to show a OC if you would like it to be listed smile.gif
04-09-2012 07:14 PM
Sin0822 here you go
04-09-2012 07:15 AM
REAPER XD thank you!!!
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