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       #71

    Just uped from 4.2 to 4.4
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       #72

    Finally got my board after 2 months wiating for RMA. Actually, ASRock sent me a new one (brand new with latest BIOS) Anyway, I got my 3770K @ 4.6GHz fully stable (no WHEA errors even) on 1.248v (offset)
    I'm very happy.

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    I'm tempted to grab another chip and try de-lidding it.
    Last edited by tw33k; 02 Sep 2012 at 02:57.
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       #73

    Good one Mark. Glad you are happy now :)

    A Guy
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       #74

    Not stable and not the best voltage, but they say that half the fun is gettion there.

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       #75

    There you go Very good Steve. A Guy
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       #76

    Nice one Steve.
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       #77

    essenbe said:
    Not stable and not the best voltage, but they say that half the fun is gettion there.

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    Wow! Very good Steve, we don't see many 5GHz of any kind. It would be interesting if Maxxmem would run at that clock.
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       #78

    Steve 5.0 Wow. Just curious what kind of temp with cpu volts that high.
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    Layback Bear said:
    Steve 5.0 Wow. Just curious what kind of temp with cpu volts that high.

    We don't want to talk about that do we? lol. I hit 96 before I quit, but I could tell it wasn't stable anyway and I wasn't going to try any more voltage. I may be crazy, but not that crazy. Maybe there is a setting in bios that will bring the vcore down. If there is one, this board has it, I just don't know what it is.

    This bios confuses the crap out of me. This is my 3rd UEFI bios board so, I felt like I had some understanding of how it works until I saw this one. It has more optioins than the other 2 combined. It even has options for using LN2. The options for setting ram timings is about 6 pages long. When they named this board 'Extreme' they meant it.
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       #80

    I have never used a UEFI board so I will be of no help there. You would think a basic setting such as vcore would be easy to find and set. I got faith you will find it. Lowering it a few tenths might bring you where you want to be. But of course their is always that LN2 option.
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