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Just wondering guys, I have my ram at 1600 at the moment, 9-9-9-24 1T (screenshot above) if I'm overclocking, how far can I push the DRAM voltage ? The sticks are rated for 1.65 but I have them at 1.50 at the moment

1.65v is the max safe for this board.
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The way it's supposed to work is on boot it should go through a bunch of codes then settle on one (AA) and start the boot process. Shutdown should be normal. I'm now wondering if something is conflicting with another. I assume (hate that word) that your using the SSD as a normal system drive and your other hard drive(s) are just storage (or whatever) which the SSD is C: and the hard drives are D;, E:, etc. Are you using any of the drives in raid? Or are they all setup in AHCI (which is were it should be for the configuration your running)?

Yeah ssd is c drive, hdd is d drive. Running in achi mode.

I even unplugged psu, reset cmos, then when I plugged psu back in and booted up it still showed windows shutting down screen with the fans going nuts.

The machine doesn't shut down, it simply shows a static "windows shutting down" screen, which isn't normal as I don't have that on my laptop running windows 7.

It is bugging the hell out of me.
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Yea, if you can do that with the graphics card, do it. I'd try for a different card just because of the bad reviews and bugs in the one you have. If the new one solves the problems (which I think it will) you'll end up keeping it and trying to off the GTX 560 on eBay.....lol....Good luck!

I picked up an EVGA GTX 560 on the way home from work and installed it, swept drivers, reinstalled drivers, and gave it a go. It crashed within 40 seconds (new record!).

So, in desperation, I moved the sound card closer to the CPU, and installed the old card (GTX 560 Ti OC) into the gray PCI slot. Per the specs: 1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (x4 mode, black)". Originally I had had it in the blue one (1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (blue)).

And, oh my god, my PC was finally working. I cranked Witcher 2 up to ultra settings and played with chrome, fiirefox, IE, and MS Word running in the background, and after 1.5 hrs it still hadn't crashed. I let it run for another hour too, and still A-OK.

I quickly woke my roommate up to tell him the good news, and my roommate quickly told me to get the hell out of his room.

Anyway, I'm really happy to have finally got it working, but what do you guys think? Just a faulty PCI slot on my motherboard? Or is there something about the blue slot that isn't compatible with the GTX 560 Ti?
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Yeah ssd is c drive, hdd is d drive. Running in achi mode.
I even unplugged psu, reset cmos, then when I plugged psu back in and booted up it still showed windows shutting down screen with the fans going nuts.
The machine doesn't shut down, it simply shows a static "windows shutting down" screen, which isn't normal as I don't have that on my laptop running windows 7.
It is bugging the hell out of me.


Honestly, it sounds like time for a complete reinstall to me.

Do a basic install with the service pack and all current updates, but leave out you video drivers (or any other special drivers). This gives you a basic install that you could apply to most any rig (changing the key if you're not transferring it). Then do a drive image. That way you'll have a good restarting point for most any future changes you make to your rig. Then install all your drivers and do another image. This gives you a good reset point for your current rig as it sits. Then install all the software you "must have" and do a third. That will give 3 good points to return to if you have issues in the future ( which everybody does). I'm running vista on this machine, but I've heard that it's a simpler process on windows 7 (something to do with a thumb drive). I have 3 images of mine (15 to 20gb each), because it takes about a day to get the install with all the service packs and the 100 plus updates installed.
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Honestly, it sounds like time for a complete reinstall to me.
Do a basic install with the service pack and all current updates, but leave out you video drivers (or any other special drivers). This gives you a basic install that you could apply to most any rig (changing the key if you're not transferring it). Then do a drive image. That way you'll have a good restarting point for most any future changes you make to your rig. Then install all your drivers and do another image. This gives you a good reset point for your current rig as it sits. Then install all the software you "must have" and do a third. That will give 3 good points to return to if you have issues in the future ( which everybody does). I'm running vista on this machine, but I've heard that it's a simpler process on windows 7 (something to do with a thumb drive). I have 3 images of mine (15 to 20gb each), because it takes about a day to get the install with all the service packs and the 100 plus updates installed.

I've re-installed twice, same issue.

WHat's weird is even if I remove the psu cable and then plug it back in, when I boot the windows shutting down screen shows and then it boots up as normal.

One thing I've noticed is it doesn't do it until the nvidia drivers are installed.

Before nvidia drivers are installed on boot the screen will be black, however the fans are still really loud initially.

Are the fans normal?

HAs anyone heard of my problem before?

It does it without fail every time, I shut down, then when I boot up a static "windows shutting down" screen before booting up.

What happens is with nvidia drivers : Shut down, Power on, fans go nuts, "windows shutting down" screen, bios splash screen then boot.

Without nvidia drivers : Shut down, Power on, fans go nuts, black screen, bios splash screen, boot.
Edited by cluelessguy - 1/24/12 at 5:01pm
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Also one more thing when powered up the power switch is lit up, and the reset switch is that normal?
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I think all the asus MB's go wide open on the PWM fans at statup.

I wish I could offer more, but be patient, the experts will chime in here soon enough.
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How does your system boot without PSU?
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How does your system boot without PSU?

lol

Sorry what I meant was even if I remove the psu cable AND then plug it back in the same "windows is shutting" down screen appears before posting
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Guys, i just got my Corsair H60 Cooler and am getting these results with push-pull using Arctic Silver 5. Can anyone suggest me some possible optimizations ?? My comp runs 24/7 for 3-4 days at a stretch.


Sure, here's a quick and dirty list that should help you out:

 

  1. Ditch the Asus OC utility and OC manually from the BIOS. The Asus utility is fairly easy to use but it's infamous for doing things like using too much voltage and setting BCLK above 100.
  2. Speaking of BCLK, leave it at 100. Yours is at 105 and you've got an OC of about 4.6 GHz because it's using a multiplier of 44 with that 105 BCLK. Instead, set your BCLK to 100 then...
  3. ... with BCLK at 100, try out a multiplier of 47 instead of 46. This will give you 4.7 GHz instead of the 4.620 that you have currently. If it's unstable, back down to 46 and leave it at that, but my guess is that if it's stable at a 105 BCLK with a 44 multiplier that it's going to be stable at 100 BCLK with a 47 multiplier.
  4. Your temperatures look fine and so does your voltage. You may be able to manually tune your OC for slightly less voltage or you may be able to increase the voltage and get more out of your OC that way. I wouldn't be surprised if you can get to 4.8 or 4.9 GHz on that setup.
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