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    Default Re: Questions about BIOS

    @profJim

    Good day to you

    and WOW i think we are getting to understand each other very good :) yes i have use meteast86 and prime95 i ran prime95 for over an hour i can upload PIC and memteast i got 22 passes and i stopped it

    I will upload clear PIC

    NOTE did you Look at the Pictures in my previous post ??

    many thanks
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     Features: DirectX 11 capable of extremely fast graphics performance , the latest Intel technology PU Very fast HDD 
    Accessories: Manual , Driver (CD)
    Slot PCI Express x16 : 3
    S / PDIF: yes
    max. Number of S- ATA devices : 6 x SATA600
    Processor: Intel  Core i7- 4770K processor
    Sound on Board : 8-Channel Realtek ALC1150
    DVD Writer : DVD Writer S- ATA
    Jumperless : Yes
    System Monitoring : Yes
    Crossfire -ready : Yes
    Graphics : Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 OC WF 3X , 2GB DDR5
    Maximum memory : 32GB / 16GB DDR3  1600 on bord 
    Slot PCI Express x1 : 4
    Chipset: Intel Z87 Express
    Power Management: Yes
    SLI Capable: Yes
    Raid: 0,1,5,10
    Memory clock : 1600 MHz DDR3, CL10
    Main memory (Dual Channel) : 16GB Corsair Vengeance LP kit
    DVI: 2x + 1x HDMI + 1x DisplayPort
    Parallel: No
    USB Ports: 8 x USB 2.0 + 6 x USB 3
    SSD : SAMSUNG SSD 840 PRO 128GB
    Motherboard: MSI Z87 -G45 GAMING ATX
    Case: Cougar Evolution 6GR1B black
    Manual: German
    Software_Z3 : System Software Utilities
    HDD: WD Caviar Green 2TB SATA 6Gb / s
    On-Board Network: Gigabit Killer E2205
    PSU : Cougar Power 700 W

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    Here is my 8 or 9 year old PSU hhhh

    i will get a 750 very soon it is just a matter of should i get it with my new case or before




    I was thinking why should i upload pictures of prime95 and cpu-z when they are not my current status

    i will upload a current pic of what i have now please wait i will upload some time today :)

    thank you
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     Features: DirectX 11 capable of extremely fast graphics performance , the latest Intel technology PU Very fast HDD 
    Accessories: Manual , Driver (CD)
    Slot PCI Express x16 : 3
    S / PDIF: yes
    max. Number of S- ATA devices : 6 x SATA600
    Processor: Intel  Core i7- 4770K processor
    Sound on Board : 8-Channel Realtek ALC1150
    DVD Writer : DVD Writer S- ATA
    Jumperless : Yes
    System Monitoring : Yes
    Crossfire -ready : Yes
    Graphics : Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 OC WF 3X , 2GB DDR5
    Maximum memory : 32GB / 16GB DDR3  1600 on bord 
    Slot PCI Express x1 : 4
    Chipset: Intel Z87 Express
    Power Management: Yes
    SLI Capable: Yes
    Raid: 0,1,5,10
    Memory clock : 1600 MHz DDR3, CL10
    Main memory (Dual Channel) : 16GB Corsair Vengeance LP kit
    DVI: 2x + 1x HDMI + 1x DisplayPort
    Parallel: No
    USB Ports: 8 x USB 2.0 + 6 x USB 3
    SSD : SAMSUNG SSD 840 PRO 128GB
    Motherboard: MSI Z87 -G45 GAMING ATX
    Case: Cougar Evolution 6GR1B black
    Manual: German
    Software_Z3 : System Software Utilities
    HDD: WD Caviar Green 2TB SATA 6Gb / s
    On-Board Network: Gigabit Killer E2205
    PSU : Cougar Power 700 W

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    Default Re: Questions about BIOS

    Aw there's no challenge if we can easily understand each other.

    Your APX-550X model psu is rated for 473 watts maximum and this figure was probably iffy when the psu was brand new. The DC output wattage shows that the psu is much more powerful on the 3.3 and 5 volt rails and the 12 volt rail is not strong enough for a modern system. I suggest that you replace your psu as soon as possible with a good quality 550 or 650 watt power supply. Bigger or more power is not better unless you need the extra power where you are running a dual video card setup. Go to eXtreme Power Supply Calculator, fill in the information and you'll see the recommended power output. Keep in mind that you might be upgrading your system several years from now. My preference is for Seasonic power supplies, but Seasonic makes some models for Antec, Corsair, and XFX. As of now, all XFX branded power supplies are made by Seasonic and are highly rated. Read the psu reviews from the best review sites. I think that BeQuiet! makes and sells some very good to excellent quality power supplies in Europe.



    A one hour Prime95 test isn't nearly long enough.
    If my overclocked settings were not optimal, on rare occasions I would get a Prime95 error on one more more worker threads within 15 - 30 minutes. Some of my Prime95 errors would occur between 2 - 3 hours, but when my o/c settings were almost "perfect" the test would have to run for 6 - 12 hours before an error would occur.

    I don't run any intensive programs on my system for many consecutive hours, so I'm happy when my systems have no Prime95 errors during an overnight 6 - 8 hour (or longer) test. My "final" overclock test is to run three separate Prime95 tests, one at a time for at least 6 - 8 hours:
    • Blend test
    • Small FFT test
    • Large FFT test


    A general guideline is that small FFT errors often point to cpu settings and large FFT errors often indicate memory setting problems.

    Make sure that Round off checking is enabled before starting and Prime95 stress tests.
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    Seasonic SS-660XP2 80 Plus Platinum psu (660w)
    WD Caviar Black WD6401AALS 640GB (data)
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    SLI @ 16/4 works when running HyperSLI
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    Default Re: Questions about BIOS

    I forgot about this thread, sorry.

    Prof Jim, thanks for doing the translations for vroom, but I get the feeling it did not work so well,. I'll use simple language and hope the translator works better.

    vroom, your first picture of CPUID shows bad power supply voltages. The 12 Volt is 8.02 Volts, and the 3.3 Volts is 2.14 Volts. We think your power supply may be bad.

    Try this program to see what your voltages are: HWiNFO, HWiNFO32/64 - Download

    Force BIOS will not help you, all it does is show more start up screens when the PC starts.

    What is the problem you have now?

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    Good day to you My friend profjim and parsec

    I have been very very Busy at work and did not get a chance to update U on my new system ,, I have always been with Asus and AMD ,
    but the year 2014 have made me switch to MSI


    I dont See any MSI support here ?? thats ok I Would Like to share some pictures from my new system











    Thank you


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     Features: DirectX 11 capable of extremely fast graphics performance , the latest Intel technology PU Very fast HDD performance ,
    Description : The configuration does not include operating system!
    Accessories: Manual , Driver (CD)
    Slot PCI Express x16 : 3
    S / PDIF: yes
    max. Number of S- ATA devices : 6 x SATA600
    Processor: Intel  Core i7- 4770K processor
    Serial: No
    Sound on Board : 8-Channel Realtek ALC1150
    DVD Writer : DVD Writer S- ATA
    Jumperless : Yes
    System Monitoring : Yes
    Crossfire -ready : Yes
    Graphics : Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 OC WF 3X , 2GB DDR5
    Maximum memory : 32GB
    Slot PCI Express x1 : 4
    Chipset: Intel Z87 Express
    Power Management: Yes
    PS / 2: 2 keyboard Combo
    Fan: Scythe Katana 3
    SLI Capable: Yes
    Raid: 0,1,5,10
    Memory clock : 1600 MHz DDR3, CL10
    Main memory (Dual Channel) : 16GB Corsair Vengeance LP kit
    DVI: 2x + 1x HDMI + 1x DisplayPort
    Parallel: No
    USB Ports: 8 x USB 2.0 + 6 x USB 3
    SSD : SAMSUNG SSD 840 PRO 128GB
    Motherboard: MSI Z87 -G45 GAMING ATX
    Case: Cougar Evolution 6GR1B black
    Manual: German
    Software_Z3 : System Software Utilities
    HDD: WD Caviar Green 2TB SATA 6Gb / s
    On-Board Network: Gigabit Killer E2205
    Firewire : No
    Audio ports : Line- in , Mic-in , front -out , rear -out , center -out PSU : Cougar Power 700 W
    Last edited by vroom; 01-28-2014 at 02:33 PM.
    Code:
     Features: DirectX 11 capable of extremely fast graphics performance , the latest Intel technology PU Very fast HDD 
    Accessories: Manual , Driver (CD)
    Slot PCI Express x16 : 3
    S / PDIF: yes
    max. Number of S- ATA devices : 6 x SATA600
    Processor: Intel  Core i7- 4770K processor
    Sound on Board : 8-Channel Realtek ALC1150
    DVD Writer : DVD Writer S- ATA
    Jumperless : Yes
    System Monitoring : Yes
    Crossfire -ready : Yes
    Graphics : Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 OC WF 3X , 2GB DDR5
    Maximum memory : 32GB / 16GB DDR3  1600 on bord 
    Slot PCI Express x1 : 4
    Chipset: Intel Z87 Express
    Power Management: Yes
    SLI Capable: Yes
    Raid: 0,1,5,10
    Memory clock : 1600 MHz DDR3, CL10
    Main memory (Dual Channel) : 16GB Corsair Vengeance LP kit
    DVI: 2x + 1x HDMI + 1x DisplayPort
    Parallel: No
    USB Ports: 8 x USB 2.0 + 6 x USB 3
    SSD : SAMSUNG SSD 840 PRO 128GB
    Motherboard: MSI Z87 -G45 GAMING ATX
    Case: Cougar Evolution 6GR1B black
    Manual: German
    Software_Z3 : System Software Utilities
    HDD: WD Caviar Green 2TB SATA 6Gb / s
    On-Board Network: Gigabit Killer E2205
    PSU : Cougar Power 700 W

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    Default Re: Questions about BIOS

    I have added this to the new PC as you will see this in the second or third PIC





    it is very Quiet and amazing cooling
    Code:
     Features: DirectX 11 capable of extremely fast graphics performance , the latest Intel technology PU Very fast HDD 
    Accessories: Manual , Driver (CD)
    Slot PCI Express x16 : 3
    S / PDIF: yes
    max. Number of S- ATA devices : 6 x SATA600
    Processor: Intel  Core i7- 4770K processor
    Sound on Board : 8-Channel Realtek ALC1150
    DVD Writer : DVD Writer S- ATA
    Jumperless : Yes
    System Monitoring : Yes
    Crossfire -ready : Yes
    Graphics : Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 OC WF 3X , 2GB DDR5
    Maximum memory : 32GB / 16GB DDR3  1600 on bord 
    Slot PCI Express x1 : 4
    Chipset: Intel Z87 Express
    Power Management: Yes
    SLI Capable: Yes
    Raid: 0,1,5,10
    Memory clock : 1600 MHz DDR3, CL10
    Main memory (Dual Channel) : 16GB Corsair Vengeance LP kit
    DVI: 2x + 1x HDMI + 1x DisplayPort
    Parallel: No
    USB Ports: 8 x USB 2.0 + 6 x USB 3
    SSD : SAMSUNG SSD 840 PRO 128GB
    Motherboard: MSI Z87 -G45 GAMING ATX
    Case: Cougar Evolution 6GR1B black
    Manual: German
    Software_Z3 : System Software Utilities
    HDD: WD Caviar Green 2TB SATA 6Gb / s
    On-Board Network: Gigabit Killer E2205
    PSU : Cougar Power 700 W

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    Default Re: Questions about BIOS

    Well, that is a modest upgrade to your PC...

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    Thank you sir

    i am very very happy with my new PC
    Code:
     Features: DirectX 11 capable of extremely fast graphics performance , the latest Intel technology PU Very fast HDD 
    Accessories: Manual , Driver (CD)
    Slot PCI Express x16 : 3
    S / PDIF: yes
    max. Number of S- ATA devices : 6 x SATA600
    Processor: Intel  Core i7- 4770K processor
    Sound on Board : 8-Channel Realtek ALC1150
    DVD Writer : DVD Writer S- ATA
    Jumperless : Yes
    System Monitoring : Yes
    Crossfire -ready : Yes
    Graphics : Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 OC WF 3X , 2GB DDR5
    Maximum memory : 32GB / 16GB DDR3  1600 on bord 
    Slot PCI Express x1 : 4
    Chipset: Intel Z87 Express
    Power Management: Yes
    SLI Capable: Yes
    Raid: 0,1,5,10
    Memory clock : 1600 MHz DDR3, CL10
    Main memory (Dual Channel) : 16GB Corsair Vengeance LP kit
    DVI: 2x + 1x HDMI + 1x DisplayPort
    Parallel: No
    USB Ports: 8 x USB 2.0 + 6 x USB 3
    SSD : SAMSUNG SSD 840 PRO 128GB
    Motherboard: MSI Z87 -G45 GAMING ATX
    Case: Cougar Evolution 6GR1B black
    Manual: German
    Software_Z3 : System Software Utilities
    HDD: WD Caviar Green 2TB SATA 6Gb / s
    On-Board Network: Gigabit Killer E2205
    PSU : Cougar Power 700 W

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