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    Hey Deton,

    I don't want to intrude or look foolish but are you talking about a problem the MIIF has regarding NB cooling?? Is there a design problem? What kind of temps were the boards getting that are a worry? Should I be concerned about this issue or perhaps I have a newer MOBO with the problem corrected as SLNGSHT mentions might be the case with newer versions on the MOBO?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaction View Post
    Hey Deton,

    I don't want to intrude or look foolish but are you talking about a problem the MIIF has regarding NB cooling?? Is there a design problem? What kind of temps were the boards getting that are a worry? Should I be concerned about this issue or perhaps I have a newer MOBO with the problem corrected as SLNGSHT mentions might be the case with newer versions on the MOBO?

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    when this board first came out there were reports about the northbridge temp too high, if your board NB temp reaches 55c at idle than you should be consider adding washers. The washers will help you to apply more presure to each screw so it can pulls the heatpipe down more against the chips for better contact.

    Ok, about the sound card here are the info that i've read from maximum pc mag;
    Creative began using activation on its X-Fi cards that feature Dolby Digital Live Support as an accounting tool. Since the company pays Dolby for each soundcard owner that uses Dolby's realtime encoder. Creative forces each person to activate the card's drivers. The activation process also helps Creative address the issue of end-users using its drivers to add Dolby Digital Live to the company's other products....
    So MIIF board don't actually use Creative Lab's hardware, Asus just uses their alogrithms. The activation (fee required here) to prevent people from sharing the audio drivers with someone who didn't pay for a board with licensed X-Fi support.

    You can not install the X-Fi driver but I don't know if this the same issue as your or not. This is what I was talking about in earlier posts.

    Hope this help you to solve the problem.

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    hello agian. received the psu(ultra x3) today connected the 8pin and still have the cpu pll problem
    i think its the processor pentiums ds do require alot of power??

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    Quote Originally Posted by neoxedok View Post
    hello agian. received the psu(ultra x3) today connected the 8pin and still have the cpu pll problem
    i think its the processor pentiums ds do require alot of power??
    TBH, I'm puzzle here. I have two Maximus boards and one manualy set at 1.60v and even I had have push the Q6600 to 4Ghz, the PLL voltage never go more than 1/16 of setted voltage.

    Just curious, do you have the Load Line Calibration enable?
    this will help any voltage fluctuation.

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    yes loadline is enabled

    the computer runs fine no bsd's, my temps are good and i have done everything i can think of i know the psu is good the motherboard(i guess is fine) the next upgrade is the cpu guess i will see what happens- i love that modular psu(needed more power anyways.

    i read the specs and posts of the core 2 duos and the core 2 quads noone has this problem its gotta be the older cpu i am using.


    btw what program can control the gpu fan speed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by neoxedok View Post
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    i read the specs and posts of the core 2 duos and the core 2 quads noone has this problem its gotta be the older cpu i am using.


    btw what program can control the gpu fan speed?
    Well, I hope so because I haven't see any one reported about this issue yet.

    ATI CCC 8.12 now allowed you to adjusting GPU fan.

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    thanks

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    Um. Am I correct in seeing that the Marvell SATA controller doesn't support RAID and that only the ICH10R is the only RAID controller on the board?

    See on my DFI, I had RAID-1 on two drives on the ICH9R (which migrated just fine to the MIIF) and two Raptors in RAID-0 on the Marvell SATA controller. I'd like to configure it the same way, but I'm not seeing that I can. Plus this Speeding HD stuff sounds like a gimmick. Am I correct in that assumption?

    Edit: I successfully got both RAID arrays set up in the Intel Matrix storage configuration and I'm good to go now. I still wish there was a separate chip controlling both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slngsht View Post
    Plus this Speeding HD stuff sounds like a gimmick. Am I correct in that assumption?

    Edit: I successfully got both RAID arrays set up in the Intel Matrix storage configuration and I'm good to go now. I still wish there was a separate chip controlling both.
    personally I'm using the Speeding HD so I don't know what the different in the performance, and I don't know if you can use it in RAID setup or not.

    However, you should disable it if you don't use it, save you time booting up. If you leave it on then the mobo will search for the hardware that it supported, it will take a long time if you don't have one.
    And if you have any old IDE optical drive in use than you may have a conflicting issue occur betweening this Speeding HD and optical drive.

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    Yeah, having a few issues. Got it all set up last night and now I'm trying to work out some kinks.

    One problem I'm having is that I have a 500 gig seagate drive hooked up to the speeding HD ports. It shows up there in the bios, but vista can't see it, even in Computer Management.

    Another major problem I'm having is that I can't run two sticks of ram in the white slots! It will BSOD or lock up when I put in the second stick of ram every time. I've used both sticks and tested them both individually and they test fine individually. I haven't tried the blue slots because the manual suggests not to use them when overclocking due to stability. I need to test the one slot I pulled the second stick of ram from and see if the slot could be bad. I'll report back in a few.

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    The slot seems to be just fine. Just to make sure, I'm going to try out the blue slots now.
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    Really?
    Have you try update the latest bios or driver for the Speeding HD?

    My problem was and old IDE DVD drive, if I have it install and the Speeding HD enable then the system won't boot and if I have it dissable then Windows won't see the optical drive. Now I just use SATA optical drive with Speeding HD disable, NO issues.

    I think there is a slicth with with driver, it's not totally support all old hardware.
    You should visit Asus forums, people post this kind of problem over there. I have been there for awhile now, I think it's time for a visit.

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    Okay, they seem to be working in the blue slots just fine. Why would they give me a hard time in the white slots, but not the blue? :confused:

    As per your suggestion, I've posted a question at the Asus forums: http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?...Language=en-us
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    Not sure if this might help. I may have gotten lucky with my MOBO,lol



    This is stock info. Just running CPU@ 1333 FSB and RAM @ DDR2-667MHz
    Harddrive temps are a lil high. I need a cooler for them. Got a makeshift fan,but haven't hooked it to the MOBO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    when this board first came out there were reports about the northbridge temp too high, if your board NB temp reaches 55c at idle than you should be consider adding washers. The washers will help you to apply more presure to each screw so it can pulls the heatpipe down more against the chips for better contact.

    Ok, about the sound card here are the info that i've read from maximum pc mag;

    So MIIF board don't actually use Creative Lab's hardware, Asus just uses their alogrithms. The activation (fee required here) to prevent people from sharing the audio drivers with someone who didn't pay for a board with licensed X-Fi support.

    You can not install the X-Fi driver but I don't know if this the same issue as your or not. This is what I was talking about in earlier posts


    Hope this help you to solve the problem.

    Hi Deton,


    I think my MB temp at idle is about 40C... So I may be ok there.. I am actually ordering some upgrade Thermaltake fans for my Tsunami case so that should help out. The stock fans are ok but he upgrade ones push a ton of air.

    As for the sound card.. I am stumped. I clearly recall registering the product. I had to put in the serial code from the CD envelope. If I do need to pay, that's fine. I just want the dang thing to do 5.1 surround sound I wonder how I go about knowing if I need to 'buy' a license for it? Seems kind of shady... I mean, whats the point when my old ASUS mobo built in audio was good enough for me and it could do 5.1?!!?

    I have another quesiton for you:


    I have G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2G 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500).

    My mobo was showing 400Mhz, single channel in Core Temp software. DO I need to take if off 'auto' in the Bios and force it to 1066?? I OC'd the CPU to 2.7Ghz for now as I mentioned before and the Bios set the ram to 370Mhz.. Is it safe for me to manually set the RAM to 1066?? Or do I need to 'un-OC' the CPU, adjust the ram manually, then re-OC and hope it's stable??

    In other words.. I know the dummies way to OC the CPU but do I need to worry about doing anything ot the RAM. Modifying RAM timings, voltage and all that is foriegn to me...

    Thanks!
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