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ASROCK Z68 PRO3 INTEL INF DRIVER
Just curious, say your using a GTX will it still use it's normal minimal power even though your say web browsing using the Intel Graphics Chip? I was going to purchase a Gigabyte Z68 board but just wondering if the additional features of the Asrock would be put to use and actually work well.
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Virtu works by letting the IGP take over the tasks of general stuff and video encoding faster than discrete cards so your GTX uses less power and thus reduces your leccy bill. However, your GTX won't actually be "off", it will be in a low power idle state so should you launch a game, your GTX will kick to life and take over from the IGP. They are the same price for me at Newegg and I have Shoprunner thing so shipping price is not an issue. This is largely a personal preference choice. The Z68 will see you being more futureproof as you will be able to take advantage of Virtu. The main difference with 16 phase is you might be able to shave a smidge off of the vcore needed for the same OC on a 8 phase board. My motherboard has developed a fault were the system after its been shutdown switches itself back on after 2 seconds.
At first I thought it must be a windows issue but now all I have connected is the cpu, 1 stick of ram and the psu no mouse, keyboard or any systems cables - and it still restarts itself. I've tried all the bioses available Asrock Z68 Pro3 Intel INF pulled the battery for a while to get a full reset. I even tried a different psu to rule that out. Oh well. If you switch off with power button hard power downdoes it restart by itself also? I tried toggling all the bios options related to waking the pc up including WOL. I have everything disconnected now so my final tests were using the power button built onto the board - and Asrock Z68 Pro3 Intel INF still restarts after 2 seconds.
Ket Thats not the Asrock Z68 Pro3 Intel INF, its your PSU ; Ket Deffinately worth checking your system with a known working PSU before taking it apart. Tried a 3rd psu to keep Ket happy but still no change ; Replacement board should be with me in a few days.
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I cannot make Extreme4 to boot when my intel SSD drive is connected to any of the motherboard sata ports except Marvel's ones. The board locks itself with endless boots loop, each time it comes to B3 state, then reboots Asrock Z68 Pro3 Intel INF so on. When I disconnect intel ssd drive all goes to normal.
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I've tried: The crytical thing is that my ssd is hardware encrypted with ATA security password set. But disabling ATA password effectively switching off internal encryption so no more security. I cannot afford that.
I'm scratching my head now. I can return the board and pick something else.
But have no guarantee that the problem is not the chipset fault so buying Asus or Asrock Z68 Pro3 Intel INF else will give me nothing. I have already discussed this with my contacts a while ago, anything that might take advantage of new features on SSDs will take time to implement though I cannot say one way or the other what Asrock will choose to do.
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M2 is shared with the rear-panel eSATA port. My 4-years-old DFI has no problem with encrypted intel ssd also and booting without problem.
I think we can't call this "new features" in this perspective. Anyway that's something you can add to your bug list. As opposite to "ATA security extension" which is an optional feature indeed this one is a bug. Mobo should not behave like this endless reboot loop even when it doesn't support ATA password my old DFI doesn't either.
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