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Those darn pesky nVidia Drivers always giving troubles ! heh !



Seriously though ... Wish I could help you more ... but I don't even know what MKVs are ? you lost me aready there .
Thanks for trying to help, MKV = Matroska, its just a video container, simple words its one of the most used today containers for movies.

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Turn off restarting in the advanced system properties. Then you can see the BSOD, with the error code and probably a faulty driver named.
If NO error is shown, and even after restart it just says, that there was unexpected shutdown, that means you power supply is failing somehow.
Thanks for your response, im going to try the advance properties thing, didnt know of that.

Wierd thing is today i woke up and unplug most of the cables and replug them try to see if anything was lose, but nothing, so i just plug everything back in, and removed the new Klite 7.7.8 and install the latest that was working correctly for me 7.7.0, and no issues since, 4 hours straight no resets, video drops, restarts nor BSODs.

Was kinda good that i did get a couple of restarts with the intel x25m, so i know its not the Crucial M4 ssd, but im still uncertain what can it be, i feel the PSU might, or the mobo (i had an old issue with Gigabyte board randomly restarting was due to power fases not working correctly), or maybe one slot of the memory, i doubt its the gpu as it ran flawlessly on my X58 board for 3 months. I semi rule out software... cause i did had a restart on bios, the wierd thing is that i played 5 hours of sc2 not a single restart or bsod, all normal and stable, but when i watch the movies the hole system became unstable, even when not doing anything.

The only problem is i dont have a way to reproduce it....
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SortOfGrim - The board does grow/move quickly (more so lately, too)...

I vote for more pics from Tarikk, too!

This is an interesting case and a few club members have used it with the M4GZ board, but we don't ever get to see the top... wondering why - maybe it is uninteresting?

Also, there are some H2O cooling experts in this thread that can address your loop order question. As I recall from reading in the past, there is a definite order to follow, as it does impact the temps significantly so you want to get it right.

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Damn 336 pages already!

Tarikk ...more pix from the side and top?

... offtopic question; How much difference in temp would it be if I would change the loop to: res -> pump -> CPU -> GPU -> rad -> res?
rysiu342 - Your issue with the CPU OPT header seems odd to me. It should be OPTIONAL (hence the OPT name) from what I recall reading in the User Guide when I set up my build. It shouldn't be required as I understand it. I think this is a first posting of this issue, too, though others have had questions about using the headers for 3-pin fan connectors, etc. In a quick review of the club member list on the first page, it appears that you are the only member using the "Scythe Mugen 2" cooler, so you may be on your own a bit. We will learn along with you though...

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I read somewhere that asus aisuite II is very buggy so i deleted it a moment ago.

I have one more problem, i have bought recently fan touch panel controler, and i can't move my fan from CPU_OPT to fan controller, because when i star(t) PC it says: CPU FAN ERROR. what is that CPU_OPT, i have cpu connected to CPU_FAN.
LAKF - Front page looks great and its obvious that you put some time and thought into the changes, etc. Nice work, bud!
Edited by snakemed - 10/3/11 at 9:33am
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Going to get my board real soon since it's out for delevery from the Purolator tracking WOOHOO! Just wondering what BIOS is everyone using?

The delivery waiting game really sucks!

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Ehh, next problem, when i connected touch panel fan controler, when i turn pc it says: "Overclocking attempt failed", and also my fan control panel doesnt work(i can't control fans), what the hell is wrong?
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Going to get my board real soon since it's out for delevery from the Purolator tracking WOOHOO!
Congrats , you can now fill out a New Owner FORM from a LINK on the front page once you get Pics together and/or a Valid CPU-z ... see ya on the list soon.
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Just wondering what BIOS is everyone using?
I think MOST have upgraded to the LATEST release which is #0403, and this would most likely be your BEST & Recommended option as there have been some updates and bug fixes through the various BIOS update releases.

I'm still using the original release #0208, but it seems to be running just fine for me ... but once I finally get around to installing the Crucial M4 128 GB to replace the 64 GB one ... then I too will move to #0403 .


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LAKF - Front page looks great and its obvious that you put some time and thought into the changes, etc. Nice work, bud!
Thank you kindly

Btw ... off topic somewhat, but so what happened with your TOXIC ? I assume you didn't RMA it back to NewEgg to try and get a replacement that might have Un-Locked for you, so how's the card working out for you ? I'd think it's still a Great Card even w/o the Un-Lock as that supposedly is only about a 3-5% gain over a STOCK 6950, and since the TOXIC is already Factory OC'd you've kind of already made up that 3-5% difference ... have you tried to OC it further still ? It should be able to bump up against a 1K GHz mark or maybe even past from what I've read.

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@GOTFrog latest version is still 0403 0603?? Hold on, Asus website still says 0403 as latest. 0603 is a bèta (like Battlefield 3

@snakemed The reason I want to see the top of that Silverstone FT03 case is how he managed the cables. You don't see that in most reviews.

And indeed very beautiful made frontpage! props
Edited by SortOfGrim - 10/3/11 at 10:40am
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Also, there are some H2O cooling experts in this thread that can address your loop order question. As I recall from reading in the past, there is a definite order to follow, as it does impact the temps significantly so you want to get it right.
In the end your temps will reach equilibrium and it probably won't make a difference. However, I have always done it rad before block so as to give the block the very coolest water possible. That way you don't get any heat from your pump (even if it may be negligible) in your block.

But I am fairly new to water cooling and maybe some seasoned wc'er has better info.
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In the end your temps will reach equilibrium and it probably won't make a difference. However, I have always done it rad before block so as to give the block the very coolest water possible. That way you don't get any heat from your pump (even if it may be negligible) in your block.

But I am fairly new to water cooling and maybe some seasoned wc'er has better info.
Thx mate!
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In the end your temps will reach equilibrium and it probably won't make a difference. However, I have always done it rad before block so as to give the block the very coolest water possible. That way you don't get any heat from your pump (even if it may be negligible) in your block.

But I am fairly new to water cooling and maybe some seasoned wc'er has better info.
Hit the nail on the head .

I've done rad before block and pump before block and there is virtually no difference. Especially with cool running chips like these Sandies.

Some argue that having the pump before the block gives better pressure, some that rad before the block gives cooler liquid.
 
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