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  1. If they use A2 PCB, at least on Z170M OCF (microatx OC Formula) motherboard you had to enable XMP first and then make adjustements to make them play nice. So try this too ... enable XMP, and with XMP enabled manually set frequency + primary timings and the other timings you want.
  2. Im pretty sure it wont be cheaper than Maximus XII Apex.
  3. Apex like always. Dark is pricy and usually EVGA boards have slow bios support to non existant.
  4. Can you make one bios like this but for Asrock Z170M OC Formula? Same thing ( with old CPU Micro-code ) also for Asrock Z170M OC Formula?
  5. Nice!!! What SA/IO voltage was needed for that frequency?
  6. MOCF + these, nice looking combination. What was the voltage used for that 3500Mhz cl 11-10-10 combination on the R5E? LE: Now I've seen it's 1.75V, it seems they are strong memories.
  7. Multumesc! Da, in sfarsit am reusit! Alex, spor la treaba si tie!
  8. Same here! LE: Done it! W8.1 build 9600 seems to have done the trick in my case! Now I can go back and live my life!
  9. Multumesc. Dar nu cred ca o sa reusesc si 742. Am un procesor care nu coopereaza. IMC cam slab, nu vrea CL 1
  10. I don't see anywhere for sale G.Skill 3600C16 so probably they are binned samples by G.Skill ( like Kingston's 3466 AFR's that never got retail? ).
  11. stupid cpu-z doesn't validate on windows 7 on older platforms
  12. What were your memory latencies? and windows 8 32 or 64 bit? nice score too!
  13. According to this review - http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7112/asrock-x99e-itx-ac-mini-intel-x99-motherboard-review/index5.html - the mobo should have no problem booting with 4.7-4.8ghz on the cpu, it says that: "The VRM wasn't the limitation, so with better cooling, I am sure you can hit the same high overclocks as a normal ATX board." What cache do you try to run? Tried higher Input voltage? Like 2.1? Settings used in tweaktown review to find max bootable frequency: "Max CPU Overclock is found by setting the VCore to 1.5v, Input voltage to 2.1v, cache voltage to 1.15v, bo
  14. Not on Hasswell-E. They don't act like that. To exclude the PSU run xtu with 4.5ghz settings that work but with voltage set to 1.35 or 1.4. If it passes than it's not the PSU. If it shuts down than most probably is the motherboard, subdimensioned vrm or some king of OCP protection to protect the motherboard. The PSU should be more than enough for your cpu at 1.35 -1.5v.
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