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    House is cold at the moment so im adding +5c on, temps are nearly pushing 70C on first 2 cores then the other 2 are about 5c less in prime95, idle was about 45-47. Hopefully wont go any higher

    Update: Had to stop was reaching 75c! started freaking out, will try lower some settings
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kraven View Post
    House is cold at the moment so im adding +5c on,
    5c is kinka on higher side, perhaps around 2c-3c. What is your room temp?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kraven View Post
    temps are nearly pushing 70C on first 2 cores then the other 2 are about 5c less in prime95, idle was about 45-47. Hopefully wont go any higher
    I'm assume you're using HFS.
    Is it stock or after market HFS?
    How long have you built your rig?
    What type of thermal paste did you use?
    Have you update to the latest bios? the latest one will give you better reading if you using ProbeII. You should use Coretemp or Everest as well.

    Thermal paste takes at least about 200hrs of used before they settled then you will get better temp.

    My advice to air cooling users, you should keep your overclocking at 3ghz - 3.2ghz for on the safe side. If you're on water then you can go up to 3.6ghz or higher.

    Reminder: you're using C2Q chip, so you don't need to do extreme overclocking as C2D.

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    yeh using a lapped Thermalright extreme with arctic silver 5, built it since 17th december. Im pretty sure i can go higher as im on 3ghz now and running at 30c and on prime 95 goes up to about 45-50. Think i just got to have a play around with it, on latest bios i believe 907 and use everest ultimate.

    Will get back to you if i have any better luck, im stable at 1.23 volts @ 3ghz so must be able to squeeze more without very large temps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kraven View Post
    yeh using a lapped Thermalright extreme with arctic silver 5, built it since 17th december. Im pretty sure i can go higher as im on 3ghz now and running at 30c and on prime 95 goes up to about 45-50. Think i just got to have a play around with it, on latest bios i believe 907 and use everest ultimate.

    Will get back to you if i have any better luck, im stable at 1.23 volts @ 3ghz so must be able to squeeze more without very large temps
    Ok, the setting I gave it to your earlier; leave everything as is except you have to play with these settings now.
    CPU PLL: 1.55v lower from 1.6v
    NB: 1.3v lower from 1.39v
    FSB Termination: 1.3v lower from 1.4v
    Vcore: leave it at 1.23v and start increasing the FSB from 333 (5 increments at the time) until it won't boot, then you start increasing the Vcore until it boots. I think you know what to do from here.

    The load temp always high when you do stress test but just don't let it go over 65c - 70c on load.
    Normal work load don't ultilize the CPU up to 100%, even when playing games, it's only tax the CPU around 30%.
    Just don't let the NB temp go over 47c on load (dangerous zone)

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    Post SupremeFX II Sound Card Review

    The SupremeFX II sound card has improved over the previous SupremeFX generation. But, is it good enough to compete with stand alone (after market) sound card(s) such as Creative X-Fi card?





    The thing is that SupremeFX II is actually not a fully-fledged sound card, but simply an analogue part of the sound tract connected to the AC97 interface. That is why you can only see a one microchip on the SupremeFX II card: the high definition 8 channel Analog Devices AD1988B codec.

    So, it wouldn’t be fair to compare ASUS SupremeFX II against any other stand alone sound cards. Supreme-FX may outperform the integrated sound solutions offered by other mainboard manufacturers only thanks to the reduction of noises generated by analogue sound tract EMI.

    The SupremeFX II is good enough for average users, if you are a hardcore gamers or audio addicters then you should get a stand alone sound card. The good thing about SupremeFX II is a rasied board card, all you have to do is remove and repalce with a new sound card.

    click here for full review and audio performance benchmark

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    Thumbs up Vcore Pencil Mod

    Have a problem to keep your Vcore voltage stablized or want to get more extra Mhz out of your Maximus Formula?

    Then you can do this Vdroop pencil mod.
    *** beware: do this at your own risk ***
    1. locate the EPU chip (between CPU socket and RAM slots)
    2. look for the first resistor, top right corner, adjacent to the CPU socket (see pic)
    3. use 2B or 4B pencil (soft lead are better), do 2 strokes pencil in the resistor. Make sure you don't touch any other resistors beside it.

    For some reason you choose not to have this mod any more, use Q-tip with 99% isopropyl alcohol to remove the lead off. Make sure there are no trace of pencil lead existing or laying around surrounding areas.

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    Default Stand Alone Sound Card Installation Tip

    This tip only apply to the upgrading process.
    Before you're physicall install the new sound card, you need to do the following steps, if you want to avoid the driver issue (Code 10).
    1. uninstall the old driver (SupremeFX II) and the SoundMax software
    2. dissabled the onboard audio setting in the BIOS
    3. remove the SupremeFX II card
    4. install new sound card, use the last PCI slot. DO NOT use the first PCI slot beside the PCI-E (graphics card slot) or you will have the IRQ conflicts issue (see pic). It's cause by the graphics card.
    5. Boot into Windows, install the latest driver for you new sound card.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Have a problem to keep your Vcore voltage stablized or want to get more extra Mhz out of your Maximus Formula?

    Then you can do this Vdroop pencil mod.
    *** beware: do this at your own risk ***
    1. locate the EPU chip (between CPU socket and RAM slots)
    2. look for the first resistor, top right corner, adjacent to the CPU socket (see pic)
    3. use HB or 4B pencil (soft lead are better), do 2 strokes pencil in the resistor. Make sure you don't touch any other resistors beside it.
    For some reason you choose not to have this mod any more, then just use 99% isopropyl alcohol to remove the lead. Make sure there are no trace of pencil lead existing or laying around surronding areas.
    Nice piece of information there...im pretty alien to pencil mods so
    Deton what does the pencil mod help with the vdroop? will it help to reduce vdroop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Nice piece of information there...im pretty alien to pencil mods so
    Deton what does the pencil mod help with the vdroop? will it help to reduce vdroop?
    Yes, it helps stablize the voltage drop under load conditions and also lower idle Vcore.

    Vdroop is a voltage drop during idle to load conditions.
    Pencil mod will eliminate or reduce the Vdroop, less voltage loss which is mean more stable overclocked chip.


    To find out the Vdroop by do the comparison between the Vcore setting in the BIOS with CPU-Z reading.
    e.g: 1.360 (cpu-z) - 1.3875v (bios) = -0.0275v loss

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    Post Maximus & Radeon 3870x2 in CrossFire?

    Well guys, 3870x2 is available.
    So do guys think the Maximus Formula support 2 of this card in crossfire (quad) or just 2 single cards in xfire?

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    yes it does support 2 of them but from reviews quadfire is still in early driver stages. so not much scaling on that second card. and i think i am going to need to do that pencil mod i got 1.36** in bios and only 1.32-1.31 in cpuz...

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    yeah, I have been reading up on this 3870x2, you are not only can do quad xfire but also can pair this card with a 3870 to have a triple xfire setup.

    Yes, the problem right now is the support driver and the 3870x2 still not the faster than 8800gtx or the ultra in gaming. Can't wait to see how this card performs against nvidia new G92X2?

    smith: that's a lot of vdroop you have there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    yeah, I have been reading up on this 3870x2, you are not only can do quad xfire but also can pair this card with a 3870 to have a triple xfire setup.

    Yes, the problem right now is the support driver and the 3870x2 still not the faster than 8800gtx or the ultra in gaming. Can't wait to see how this card performs against nvidia new G92X2?

    smith: that's a lot of vdroop you have there.
    BTW For those 3870x2 they dont run on PCI-E 2.0 ...some how due to the architectural it runs on PCI-E 1.0...

    Waiting to see the performance on quad crossfire with 2 3870x2...those reviews i've seen...some what edges pass the 8800gtx by a small margin

    http://www.guru3d.com/article/Videocards/490/

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    There are 2 version of Radeon 3870x2 available at my local retailers, one with PCI-e and the other is PCI-e 2.0, this one cost more than the PCI-e 1.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    There are 2 version of Radeon 3870x2 available at my local retailers, one with PCI-e and the other is PCI-e 2.0, this one cost more than the PCI-e 1.0
    i've gone thru all the reviews and none of them mentioned the 2 versions available, all of them run on PCI-E 1.1 there wont be PCI-E 2.0 versions becos of the way the 2 3870s are sandwiched together it communicates thru the PLX bridge which has a limitation being the bridge in between forcing the cards to run on PCI-E 1.1

    yr local retailer had better be telling the truth ... the only next release or revision to the 3870x2 will be the adoption of DDR4 which some of the ATI partners have been mucking around

    http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?op...=5447&Itemid=1
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