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    Default z77 OC Formula problem

    Hi
    I finally got my asrock z77 oc formula:) but im having a few problems with the rapid oc and the timing configurator.
    Every time i open it up its not complete there is bits missing
    I have deleted both and reinstalled but get the same problem. im also on the latest Bio 2.00
    Anyone one else having this happen or have a fix???z77 OC Formula problem-asrock-missing-bits-jpg

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    Default Re: z77 OC Formula problem

    Discrete or on board graphics? What CPU and video card and driver, if used? Using Lucid Virtu?

    Installed from disk with the board, or downloaded from ASR?

    A new build? Any drivers or software you may not have installed?

    Not much detail in your system specs.

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    Default Re: z77 OC Formula problem

    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    Not much detail in your system specs.
    Are your video drivers pushing the monitor at it's recommended resolution and timing?
    #1 - Please, when seeking help, enter the make and model of ALL parts that your system is comprised of in your Signature, or at least the model #'s in your System Specs, then "Save' it.
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    Default Re: z77 OC Formula problem

    And while probably not applicable here, there is a newer than came on the support cd, release of Formula Drive on ASRocks Z77 OC Formula Downloads section.
    #1 - Please, when seeking help, enter the make and model of ALL parts that your system is comprised of in your Signature, or at least the model #'s in your System Specs, then "Save' it.
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    Default Re: z77 OC Formula problem

    CPU is 2600k
    Galaxy gtx 670 og x2 sli.using the latest drivers
    I did install off the disk but then downloaded the latest drivers etc off the Asrock site
    Only thing new is the motherboard and gpus
    Yes the monitor are running ąt recommended Res.

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    Default Re: z77 OC Formula problem

    Hi fluek66,

    Please kindly provide the detailed system config. for me including of memory model name, BIOS settings, OC settings etc...

    And please describe the symptom in detail, I will check this issue.

    Thank you very much!

    Have a nice day
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    Default Re: z77 OC Formula problem

    Hi Emily

    Memory is G skillripjaws-x 8gb 2133 f3-17000cl11d-8gbxl
    cpu is i7 2600k @3700
    Bios is all standed i have changed nothing yet. 2.00 which i downloaded from the Asrock site
    Oc setting are standed have not changed anything yet

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    rapid oc and the timing configurator when i open them up there are bits missing.I can only see half of the timming configurator just like in the pic that i have attached

    Many thanks for ur help

    z77 OC Formula problem-asrock-missing-bits-jpg




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    Default Re: z77 OC Formula problem

    Hi fluek66,

    I couldn't understand the symptom of "there are bits missing", please kindly describe it in detail.
    I will check it again.

    Thanks for your help!

    Have a nice day
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    Default Re: z77 OC Formula problem

    Hi again

    Can u see the pic i attched?????
    when i click to open the timing configurator i can only see half of it the other half is missing and the same with the rapid oc i click to open and only half of it opens

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    Default Re: z77 OC Formula problem

    Please post a larger picture using JPG or PNG format.
    Make sure that the picture width is about 1024 pixels wide so that we can easily see which option fields are missing.
    Using the Insert Image icon, you can upload the picture from your system or use the picture's web address from a website.

    I can right click on your image and copy it into my image editing program and see what the problem is.
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