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    unfortunately, the only way you're going to cool down that northbridge is to follow that guide. Stinks to be under warranty. If you are careful and do exactly as is said in the guide, it will fix your problems.

    If you are unwilling to do the mod, another thing you could do is return it to your dealer saying that the northbridge overheats and that you want a new board that doesn't. You may get lucky and get a board that will be just fine.

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    @ Pappasi; you to choices, like Slngsht said.
    Let put this way, if your mobo or CPU fired from overclocking then everything are voided.
    Even you RMA the board likely you will have the same issue because of the heatpipe design flaw.

    The washer modding is very simple for the noob, just unscrew all the screws, clean the old thermal paste, apply new paste, add on 1-2 washers for each screw and put everything back.

    Don't forget to change the thermal paste at the northbridge heatsink, the one sit on top of heatpipe copper base. It attached by two screws at well.

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    Thank you both. I noticed another unusual. I have a long time to use Asus probe 2 to see the temperatures (i use other programs to see the temp) and from yesterday every 30 minutes something weird is happening. The default volt values changes for every part. And I don't mean they change for a while (wich was happening in the beginning, after I had high temperatures with N. More specificic:
    DDR from 1.87V -> 18.76V,
    SB11 from 1.8V -> 25.70V
    SB15 from 1.50V -> 56V
    CPUPLL from 1.53V -> 63V
    NB11 from 1.12V -> 45.16V
    DramVTT 0.93V -> 43V
    VTTCPU 1.12V -> 24V
    This happens for 3 or 4 seconds and they become normal again.
    Is this normal to happen? In the very beginning this did not happen. Is it my PSU? Any help?
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    hey guys, im back just got a new motherboard from tigerdirect.ca to replace my other asus formula 2 defected. and im still running the same OC settings 3.645ghz stable 405 fsb cpuv 1.4. and my temps are amazing.just wanna know what to increase to get 3.8 or 4ghz. i have been trying but it still would only stay on window for about 2mins on either 3.8 or 4ghz same thing.


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    cpu 24c/42c
    nb 38c/?c forgot to check
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    everythings runs really cool
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    @Jacky,
    to eliminate the guessing work, can you post the detail of your bios settings?
    the more detail the better and when you post the temperature please include ambient temp if you can and clarify the load temp, such as 100% (Prime95) or gaming.

    On the side note; 3.6Ghz for Q6600 is pretty good and it's at the sweet pot of its capability overclocking, good performance, temp. TBH, with 200Mhz more you won't notice any different in the performance but just high heat and harder to keep it stable.

    I had have my Q6600 to 4Ghz but I have a hard time to keep it stable from 3.8Ghz on and no problem with 3.7Ghz.

    You will be supprise to see the temp jump up to the high side in the summer time, don't forget you are in winter season here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pappasi View Post
    Thank you both. I noticed another unusual. I have a long time to use Asus probe 2 to see the temperatures (i use other programs to see the temp) and from yesterday every 30 minutes something weird is happening. The default volt values changes for every part. And I don't mean they change for a while (wich was happening in the beginning, after I had high temperatures with N. More specificic:
    DDR from 1.87V -> 18.76V,
    SB11 from 1.8V -> 25.70V
    SB15 from 1.50V -> 56V
    CPUPLL from 1.53V -> 63V
    NB11 from 1.12V -> 45.16V
    DramVTT 0.93V -> 43V
    VTTCPU 1.12V -> 24V
    This happens for 3 or 4 seconds and they become normal again.
    Is this normal to happen? In the very beginning this did not happen. Is it my PSU? Any help?
    voltage fluctuation could be unstable PSU or software bug or mobo sensors, try to upgrade to the latest version or use two different software to monitor it.

    I mainly use Everest for everything and occasionaly I use ProbeII to double check it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    @Jacky,
    to eliminate the guessing work, can you post the detail of your bios settings?
    the more detail the better and when you post the temperature please include ambient temp if you can and clarify the load temp, such as 100% (Prime95) or gaming.

    On the side note; 3.6Ghz for Q6600 is pretty good and it's at the sweet pot of its capability overclocking, good performance, temp. TBH, with 200Mhz more you won't notice any different in the performance but just high heat and harder to keep it stable.

    I had have my Q6600 to 4Ghz but I have a hard time to keep it stable from 3.8Ghz on and no problem with 3.7Ghz.

    You will be supprise to see the temp jump up to the high side in the summer time, don't forget you are in winter season here.


    yah , thats what i was thinking probaly just stay at 3.6 cus temp n everything seem s to be working really well , at 3.6 running stable test on everest the temp for cpu was 47-52c, and my room temp is around 20-23 in summer is cooler bcus im in the basement and we run AC all summer soo in summer my room is actually a lot colder than winter.



    overall im pretty happy with this mobo with an easy jump to 3.6ghz and luckily to have tigerdirect send a replacement right away for the ram issues , now im running 8g ram thats pretty sweet . gonna upgrade to 16g once 4g ddr2 module are cheaper. hoping to get ati 4870x2 x2 once its around 200bucks LOL.
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    You don't really need 16Gb of RAM, 8 is more than enough and I don't think X2 will drops to that low unless it's EOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    You don't really need 16Gb of RAM, 8 is more than enough and I don't think X2 will drops to that low unless it's EOL.
    yah dont think ill need 16 but if cheap then whynot, just hoping for the x2 to go that low, aww i saw the 3870x2 a few days ago for 270cad. now its gone :mad:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121247


    ITS DEACTIVATED NOW HOW SAD i think it was onsale shouldve bought it
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacky View Post
    yah dont think ill need 16 but if cheap then whynot, just hoping for the x2 to go that low, aww i saw the 3870x2 a few days ago for 270cad. now its gone :mad:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121247


    ITS DEACTIVATED NOW HOW SAD i think it was onsale shouldve bought it

    4870 is close to $200

    i' am waiting til the 5000 series thats not too far off but thats just me
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    wow...getting more and more guys going for this board!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    voltage fluctuation could be unstable PSU or software bug or mobo sensors, try to upgrade to the latest version or use two different software to monitor it.

    I mainly use Everest for everything and occasionaly I use ProbeII to double check it.

    Well I used everest and I have the same crazy readings, so I m pretty sure that my mobo voltage sensors are not working properly. I havent changed any software except games. I'm going for a new one m2f anyway...There is no way the ddr voltage from 1.87 to go up to 18V...(same for the others), everything then must have been burned :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmilo View Post
    wow...getting more and more guys going for this board!
    this is a good board for all the maximus formual owner good thing i found this board to reduce my NB and SB temp

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    hi guys, i was wondering are there anyways for me to turn off the powersaving so my system run constantly at the overclock speed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacky View Post
    hi guys, i was wondering are there anyways for me to turn off the powersaving so my system run constantly at the overclock speed?
    Yes....disable "CPU TM funtion" feature.

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    i am brand new today
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    i keep getting interference from the supreme soundcard like a low buzzing sound through the speakers
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    i don't think its a driver problem,could it get inference from my graphics card ( GTX260 )??
    as anyone else had this?

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