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post #1741 of 9343
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Originally Posted by TwoCables;14189316 
Oh really! Whoa... and here I thought that both AVX Linpack and Blend were the best for Sandy. So it's just Blend now while AVX Linpack is basically only good for testing your cooling? If so, then I'm glad because overclocking is finally becoming just as simple as I need it to be.

People can be 100% IBT/AVX stable, Prime 95 small and Large FFT's, but it can fail shortly in Blend.

I think it's because Blend is a system test, and Sandy has the memcontroller integrated in the Core.

IBT/AVX will run 10C higher on average VS Blend, and as I've said, not a very good stability test for Sandy. Please do not take it into consideration when finding your max overclock, due to it's unrealistic temperatures.

If you're 12 hours + Blend stable, you will not crash in anything else.
    
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post #1742 of 9343
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Originally Posted by turrican9;14189378 
People can be 100% IBT/AVX stable, Prime 95 small and Large FFT's, but it can fail shortly in Blend.

I think it's because Blend is a system test, and Sandy has the memcontroller integrated in the Core.

IBT/AVX will run 10C higher on average VS Blend, and as I've said, not a very good stability test for Sandy. Please do not take it into consideration when finding your max overclock, due to it's unrealistic temperatures.

If you're 12 hours + Blend stable, you will not crash in anything else.
Whoa. Thank you for the tip, turrican9!
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post #1743 of 9343
does anyone know how to get rid of the asus moblink crap from the start up?
every time on reboot it says com port not found or somethin like that.
iv tried installin drivers iv disabled it iv turned it off from start up items but it wont feck off and i cant x out of it cos it has no x. only way to remove it is drag it below taskbar and it will hide behind it then.

thanks
post #1744 of 9343
anyone know how to disable diskdrive? all unneeded crap at the beginning of boot? I get the Asus screen twice and its very annoying. Anyone know of any fixes?
post #1745 of 9343
turn off marvel controller if u not using them in bios/advanced/advanced tab/onboard config i think.
also turn off asus full logo i think its in same area
post #1746 of 9343
ight ill try that
post #1747 of 9343
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Originally Posted by diddly3000;14190219 
does anyone know how to get rid of the asus moblink crap from the start up?
every time on reboot it says com port not found or somethin like that.
iv tried installin drivers iv disabled it iv turned it off from start up items but it wont feck off and i cant x out of it cos it has no x. only way to remove it is drag it below taskbar and it will hide behind it then.

thanks
It's something that you installed from the CD, so it might be something that can be uninstalled in the Control Panel.

From now on, be very, very, very, very, very, very careful about what you install. Always think twice or thrice before going ahead with any installation or else this will happen again (you'll end up with something you don't want).

So when there's an option to just install everything instead of being selective, don't use it.
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post #1748 of 9343
All these messages about having issue's with the Asus boards (red light etc) are kinda getting me scared about buying an ASUS one...
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post #1749 of 9343
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Originally Posted by Subbieh;14191170 
All these messages about having issue's with the Asus boards (red light etc) are kinda getting me scared about buying an ASUS one...
Yeah, but these are just an extremely small fraction of the owners. After all, we are only going to hear from those who are having problems, so it can easily seem like "everyone" is having problems (which is true for any product in the world - especially more popular ones).
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post #1750 of 9343
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Originally Posted by TwoCables;14191217 
Yeah, but these are just an extremely small fraction of the owners. After all, we are only going to hear from those who are having problems, so it can easily seem like "everyone" is having problems (which is true for any product in the world - especially more popular ones).

True that, but I see far more less problems with MSI or Asrock ones though. I took a board that seemed good now (GB ) and it really is crappy on OCing and the BIOSes s*ck
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