Hi all, first post here, figured this would be the best place to go to vent this issue.
I have had a terrible time with my MIVE and the 3770k that I just purchased.
Sunday morning I updated to the latest BIOS posted on Asus's site (3208) and did a cmos reset and swapped out my 2600k [worked with 0 issues] and popped in the 3770k. (of note, I've now tried the 3202 BIOS as well and the same issues persisted, including the 2600k voltage issue below)
Quick note regarding the BIOS update with the 2600k. After flashing I booted into Windows and found that despite the CPU speed and voltage being set at Auto it was putting 1.49v into the 2600k. (note, I am in the process of changing it to a safer 1.3 at time of the screenshot). The number is reflected with CPU-Z in windows and in the BIOS under voltage monitoring as well.
Now for issues with the 3770k:
First of all It won't boot with rated speeds on this memory (it would work on the 2600k no problem): http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231454
Which from what I can tell it is PSC per a thread on XS. The 1866 divider is the highest I can consistently booth with [haven't tried messing with bclk]. The fastest I can get it to boot is DDR3-2000 - which sometimes gives an F2 debug code. If I try 2133 or try using the XMP profile or set it up myself via the rated timings I just get debug code '23'. I tried looking in the manual for that code but I can't find anything directly stating 23 unless maybe I am blind. I've tried VCCIO up to 1.2v and VCCSA from Auto to 1.15v and it didn't make a difference.
Anyone have any ideas? Or am I stuck buying an MVG and selling my MIVE?