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Originally Posted by turrican9;13984245 
Have you checked what volts RAM are running at when you switched over to 1600MHz? Is it 1.5v mem? If so try setting it manually to 1.5v in bios. If that does not help you, try setting Command Rate from AUTO to 2t.

Are you running Vcore at AUTO? Maybe CPU ramped up it's Vcore when you switched over to 1600MHz. We must remember that the memcontroller is inside the CPU.

The Vcore was on Offset mode and I have not overclocked anything yet and it said 1.128V if I am not mistaken. The RAM is set at 1.5v and not sure where the Command Rate is found.

Edit: the value in the command mode is 2.. do I need to put 2t?
Edit: the core voltage changes from 1.128V to 1.306V often (no oc).. should I make it a fixed voltage? and what voltage should that be?

built this yesterday so haven't got much time to explore the uefi yet
Edited by deadsnow - 6/24/11 at 9:18am
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post #1492 of 9343
Question...

I'm debating on updating the the newest bios, currently on 1502.

Does the 1502 support screen captures of our bios settings?
If it does, how do I accomplish this?
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Originally Posted by grunion;13984792 
Question...

I'm debating on updating the the newest bios, currently on 1502.

Does the 1502 support screen captures of our bios settings?
If it does, how do I accomplish this?

If i recall correctly you must have a usb drive plugged in to take screens.
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P8P67 3.0 here.

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Originally Posted by Thogar;13984874 
If i recall correctly you must have a usb drive plugged in to take screens.


Do you know if 1502 supports it?
What's the cap key, print screen?
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Originally Posted by grunion;13984940 
Do you know if 1502 supports it?
What's the cap key, print screen?

I don't know why it wouldn't, but maybe someone here knows smile.gif
I believe F12 is the screenshot key in the EFI.
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I don't know why it wouldn't, but maybe someone here knows smile.gif
I believe F12 is the screenshot key in the EFI.

It worked, thanks smile.gif
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Hey, how accurate is the CPU temp reading in the AI Suite?
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post #1499 of 9343
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Originally Posted by gt3911;13989734 
Hey, how accurate is the CPU temp reading in the AI Suite?

edit: i think it is like what munaim1 says, it idles higher on bios
Edited by Nethermir - 6/24/11 at 10:35am
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munaim1

Any comments on the new 1704 bios?

Well updated it yesterday, so far so good. I did notice one thing though, I do understand that the cpu is not generally idling in the bios therefore you get a higher temp reading, somewhere around high 30s low 40s maybe but when I updated the bios to the 1704, the temp reading fell dramatically down to around 30/33c, which is not bad. You could say the 'mini load' in the bios dropped causing a much more accurate temp reading but not sure if that is even possible. Apart from that all is well.
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