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Guys, sorry if i'm a little off topic here but i need help finding a damn full cover waterblock for my evga gtx 580 SC 1.5gb KR series. Anyway the only thing i can buy readily. Is the Razor GTX 580 waterblock http://www.xs-pc.com/products/waterblocks/gpu-waterblocks/razor-gtx580/ coompatible with my evga gtx 580 (015-p3-1582-kr) thanks in advance guys.

P.S. i'll be amending those screenshots soon because i changed a lot of parts to my build biggrin.gif. never knew building rigs would be this much fun hahahaha
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Can i join?

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2164569
Edited by Webster200x - 12/28/11 at 4:17am
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@rwpritchett: the fault is due to PSU problem. Change it ASAP.
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Originally Posted by LA_Kings_Fan View Post

@ JCviggen Remove the CPU from the socket and THEN clear CMOS (must do it with the CPU out) and place a single memory module in the slot furthest from the CPU, and see if the board will POST. Remove all USB devices apart from the keyboard also. Might be worth listing parts here too, = http://www.overclock.net/lists/component/manage/type/RIG that way we know what you're working with.


Thanks for that!

It didn't help though, took the board back to the shop where it was confirmed d-e-a-d with another cpu and ram.

They gave me a (new) replacement board and that's working well now! In fact it seems to be behaving better than the old board in the short time I've fiddled with it. I changed a crapload of BIOS settings all at once and it didn't even shut down when exit-saving the BIOS like the old one did. It just kept going and rebooted nicely with the new settings. Lets hope this one is a keeper then smile.gif
I'll stick to the 0403 BIOS it shipped with for now until the need ever arises to put an ivy bridge chip into it.
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What temperature monitor does this board use to control the PWM 3 case fan headers? I am going to buy 5 new COUGAR CF-V12P fans, 2 for the CoolerMaster Hyper212+ and the other 3 for the case headers on the board. Should I use PWM fans for the 3 case headers or buy non-PWM fans? Thanks

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What temperature monitor does this board use to control the PWM 3 case fan headers? I am going to buy 5 new COUGAR CF-V12P fans, 2 for the CoolerMaster Hyper212+ and the other 3 for the case headers on the board. Should I use PWM fans for the 3 case headers or buy non-PWM fans? Thanks
dja2k

 

If you want them to be controlled by the MoBo based on temperature readings you'll need to buy PWM fans ...

I know there's still some debate and people have reported different results but the long and short of it is this =

- 4 pin PWM's if you want FULLY AUTOMATED Motherboard temperature control of the fans

- 3 /or 4 pin Fans to have The MoBo Manually control the fans using Q-Fan or Fan-Xpert

- I know some say they can't controll fan speeds using Q-Fan or Fan-Xpert, I'll send Raja@Asus a PM and ask for him to give us the low down.

 


 

I'll add you to the Google Spreadsheet  Webster200x , welcome aboard thumb.gif

   
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Thanks! I know about the PWM vs normal 3 pin and temp control, but wondering what actual temperature raises the RPM's on the case fans like the CPU temp raises the CPU fans. Cause if it's the MB temp, then that is always way lower than the CPU temp and those fans will never reach full potential.

dja2k
Edited by dja2k - 12/28/11 at 5:47pm
post #4738 of 7119
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I'll stick to the 0403 BIOS it shipped with for now


I've long lost count , the number of devices (i've read about) rendered inoperatable by bios & firmware updates.
Typically , absolutly nothing was wrong with said devices.........other than the fact "a new firmware or bios" appeared on a manufactures website. Being human , I think it's natural to feel comfortable, downloading that little piece of software goodness , cause of course , it's gonna make our devices operate "oh so much better".

You feel lucky today ?
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What wireless cards do you lot use in your Maximus? Ethernet is not an option where it's going to be located and my current card is PCI so it won't fit.
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What wireless cards do you lot use in your Maximus? Ethernet is not an option where it's going to be located and my current card is PCI so it won't fit.
Perhaps you could simply use a wireless USB dongle?
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