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    Quote Originally Posted by wreckwriter View Post
    First bit of advice I could use would be whether I should flash to 0907 or the new/beta 1004. According to a file on my support CD I currently have the original bios version which will not support my CPU. I do have a supported Celeron chip too in case I can't even get to "flashability" with the e8400.

    Thanks for any tips!
    you should flash with the 0907. Why do you want to use a beta version? It's not officially release it yet, still under trail testing. You don't even know if your build is going to run smoothly at the first fire-up. Get everything work properly with the stock settings first before you start to playing round (e.g.: tweaking, OC...etc) with it.

    I think the board might recorgnize the e8400 with the old bios but I don't think it will work properly until you flash the latest bios.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    i just bought a 3870x2 and i must say the catalyst 8.3 was disappointing though somehow it doesnt work well with the 3870x2 series cards there are a couple of guys on the ATI Raedon forums having the same issues with a major performance hit using catalyst 8.3

    i had something like a 4k drop in 3dmark06 despite uninstalling and re-installing like 5 times in a row and when i reverted back to 8.2 my scores just remained at 18k

    i just had the card for 1 day though didnt have the time to run a test between 8.2 and 8.3 in games but as for now i might stay with 8.2 till 8.4 is released
    I've seen some mix feeling reports between 8.2 vs 8.3 from the users. Some have no problem with the 8.3 and some do.

    You can't do CrossfireX with 8.2 version.
    Have you try to use Driver Cleaner and Registry Cleaner to remove all the traces of old driver? Sometime you might have to reinstall Windows from fresh (sorry to say this, it is a pain in the butt isn't it?)

    You're not going to happy with the 3DMark06 score. It is a Gfx benchies program. You will see some people scored it high and some don't, because it depends on your the hardware, such as MOBO and CPU. A high clock CPU also help you to get high score too. I think you should care about to get the Gfx runs smoothly with your favourite games, get highest frame rate as you can at highest settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    I've seen some mix feeling reports between 8.2 vs 8.3 from the users. Some have no problem with the 8.3 and some do.

    You can't do CrossfireX with 8.2 version.
    Have you try to use Driver Cleaner and Registry Cleaner to remove all the trays of old driver? Sometime you might have to reinstall Windows from fresh (sorry to say this, it is a pain in the butt isn't it?)

    You're not going to happy with the 3DMark06 score. It is a Gfx benchies program. You will see some people scored it high and some don't, because it depends on your the hardware, such as MOBO and CPU. A high clock CPU also help you to get high score too. I think you should care about to get the Gfx runs smoothly with your favourite games, get highest frame rate as you can at highest settings.
    Did do a registry clean up and uninstall all my previous drivers in Safe mode, didnt use driver cleaner though

    Not too sure how the 3870x2 will behave with the current games that im playing, actually dont think there will be much of an improvement over my previous 8800GT

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    Hey Guys,

    I posted about a week ago that I was planning on joining the Maximus Formula Club, and my components have just now arrived. I've removed the stock northbridge/southbridge/mofset heatsink with plans to apply arctic silver thermal compound instead of the stock cement on the board.

    After getting the amalgam of pipes, fins and adhesive off my progress has been halted by my own ignorance (and this won't be the last time before this ordeal is through). I've cleaned the paste off of the north and south bridge using isopropyl alcohol with a coffee-filter (lint free!), but what do I do about these grey bits on the heatsinks? I'm 95% sure that they're also part of asus' thermal solution and need to be removed in order for the arctic silver compound to be effective, but I wanted to check first! I was planning on removing the grey-adhesive from the north and south bridge portions and leaving the adhesive on the mofset bits.



    If they do need removing, how much arctic silver should I place on either chip? I was browsing the how-to guide on the arctic silver website and they only had recommendations for processors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rake View Post
    what do I do about these grey bits on the heatsinks? I'm 95% sure that they're also part of asus' thermal solution and need to be removed in order for the arctic silver compound to be effective, but I wanted to check first! I was planning on removing the grey-adhesive from the north and south bridge portions and leaving the adhesive on the mofset bits.

    Asus used thermal cement, that is why it hards to come off with the alcohol. Try to use hair dryer, heat it up a little than use razor blade to scrape it off, keep the edge parallel to the surface so you won't scatch it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rake View Post
    If they do need removing, how much arctic silver should I place on either chip? I was browsing the how-to guide on the arctic silver website and they only had recommendations for processors.
    You can use the same principle for the CPU but the NB & SB chips are only 1/2 - 3/4 of square inch, so you don't need to use a lot of the paste. Just a dap thin layer is good enough to fill up the imperfect contacting surfaces.

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    While waiting for my ram after an RMA I thought I'd take the time to tidy up the wiring and change the cpu fan. Done, I was quite happy with the result.

    My ram arrived, I fitted it together with temp sensors now it won't post.
    LCD poster reads vga bios and having removed just about all plugs (power leads fans screen usb etc) I still have the same problem.

    so help where do I start? MB or graphics card? I havn't upgaded for so long that I don't have spare pcie card etc. so will have to buy new or temporary .

    by the way didn,t remove MB. and I,m suspecting my wrist strap is U/S

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    While waiting for my ram after an RMA I thought I'd take the time to tidy up the wiring and change the cpu fan. Done, I was quite happy with the result.

    My ram arrived, I fitted it together with temp sensors now it won't post.
    LCD poster reads vga bios and having removed just about all plugs (power leads fans screen usb etc) I still have the same problem.

    so help where do I start? MB or graphics card? I havn't upgaded for so long that I don't have spare pcie card etc. so will have to buy new or temporary .

    by the way didn,t remove MB. and I,m suspecting my wrist strap is U/S
    Let me guess, you're only turned of the comp but didn't turn off the PSU switch didn't you?

    Hope you didn't have the electric static when you did the tidy. Always touch the PSU or the case (metal part) to discharge the electricity first before you start working on the computer, even you're wearing a wrist strap.

    Anyway, make sure all the connections (power) seat firmly, try to remove the gfx card and reinstall it (still not working?) try to clear the CMOS.

    GOOD LUCK!

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    Actually no, had the whole thing on it's side on the table and my wrist strap connected to earth pin of plug in mains socket.
    Will removing button-cell on MB clear cmos?
    PSU switch? I thought so but.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Actually no, had the whole thing on it's side on the table and my wrist strap connected to earth pin of plug in mains socket.
    Will removing button-cell on MB clear cmos?
    PSU switch? I thought so but.......
    Yeah, just push the clear CMOS button on the board or at the back of I/O port.

    Ok, when you turn off the computer and the CMOS & the board's LED lights are still on, go figure.
    I usually turn the PSU completely off for precaution. It's better to be safe than to be sorry later on.

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    Thanks for all the help Deton... I've got everything up and rolling now (case all sealed up, programs installed, etc.) and am going to start working on overclocking it now over the next week or so as well as optimizing my fan setup.

    Currently I'm at 33/33șC NB, 35/35șC SB, 17/29șC (resting/load at 1 hour of orthos). No movement on the north and south bridges, which makes me doubt that I'm running the correct settings for a load test, but the mid 30's temps make me believe that I removed the stock cement and applied the arctic 5 correctly.

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    Hi i am new member and new owner of maximus.....a lot of temperatures matters bothers me....anyway i am glad to be here .......

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    Default hot...hot....and the summer is near...

    i have a 5days new maximus system and temperatures are high i think...with little case-work and the new bios my temps idle and not overclocked are:

    q6600 2.4mhz: 29C
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    this temps are when my 8800gtx768mb is at 75C WITH HER FAN AUTO
    when i put the fan manual at 100% GTXs temp is 68C and all other temps go down 2-3 deggrees down...can i use the fun of the GPU always at 100%? ofcourse this cant be a solution but i am not experienced to try something else.....

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    Sir_Sim,
    Please mod your rig specs a little shorter, too long. It's reck the thread layout and hard to read it

    Yup, the Gtx caused high temps. CPU look alright. You need to improve the case air flow, add more intake fans if you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
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    Yeah, just replace the slashes with spaces and all will be fine.

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    ok thanks for the help and the corection,,,,,

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    when i got my pc it had by mistake striker 2 formula INSTALLED ON ???
    i am not an experienced pc-user to know the diferences of these two mobos but i went mad with my seller-a big brand store- and changed it in no time....for the history now was i wright to do that or i should except my karma?!@...night thoughts.....

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