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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2126044 beginners luck i think i`ll update profile soon for all to know cooling and rest voltages so on hope it helps for some its only an auto clock though im getting great temps so far 34 dg c idle not tested stress so much just yet letting it break in the fan a lil lol thumb.gifbiggrin.gif:rolleyes:
    
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http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2285993 got the GPU at a more stable voltage now with this clock and set myself a personal best in 3D Mark CPU max temp 52 deg c GPU 63 deg c so i am happy and i have a little more room to push for more speed and better scores biggrin.gifthumb.giftongue.gif
    
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Just for reference, here is my most effective and stable OC result with this board and a Phenom II X4 965; no crazy voltage increases and all power saving features enabled + functional.

Anyone else experiencing the problem that the board won't accept a HT-Link multiplier higher than 10x? I can choose higher HT-Link Frequencies in the BIOS but after restart it will be at 10x again, even though my NB Speed multiplier is at 12x.

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post #54 of 105
Hi
I recently used this board to build a computer for my daughter- as a Christmas gift- and it has a problem that I can't fix. I'm hoping maybe someone can point me in the right
direction. When i put in sleep mode it refuses to wake up. I've installed the lastest bios and the memory (16gb Corsair) appears to be working correctly according to Memtest.
Any ideas anyone? It doesn't matter if I use the keyboard sleep button or go thru the Start button and select 'sleep'. Once I initiate it, the screen goes blank (at least showing that the
video card is trying to obey) but the case fans and the motherboard itself don't seem to change states from the normal running mode. The fans (nor the board) never completely shut
down - no matter how long I wait. And then regardless of whether I push the mouse button, the 'enter' button or the power button; nothing happens. The computer just freezes in that state until
I completely shut off the power wait a few seconds and then power it back on. I'm at a lost.
Thanks
Tomla
post #55 of 105
Did you do a clean install?
post #56 of 105
Yes. This is a new build I did for my daughter - as a Christmas gift. This is my 20+ build, which I know doesn't make me an expert my any means, but this is the first time I've that I've encountered this problem with any of the systems I've put together. I feel like a first timer trying to overcome this problem.
TomLa
post #57 of 105
I forgot to add... I used a ASUS M5A99X EVO motherboard, a AMDPhenom II X6 1055T Thuban processor and 16 gb CORSAIR Vengeance memory for this build.
Everything else on the computer seems to be working great!!! except for the sleep issue. Also, I'd like to add that I installed the Asus AI 2 Suite software along with the drivers,
but after doing so I uninstalled it. Even with the 6 core processor and 16 gb of memory, the computer seemed to hang up during start up - more than I thought was normal. After
removing the A1 suite software, the whole start up process went much smoother - and quicker. Removing this had no effect of the sleep issue though. It didn't change at all.
TomLa
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What OS are you using?
post #59 of 105
I'm using Windows 7 Home Premium
post #60 of 105
Hmm. That's the same as me. Everything works on mine, just bad luck I guess. And you haven't been able to change it in by right clicking the Desktop, choosing Personalize and then changing the power settings from the screen saver settings dialog box?

Mine rarely sleeps anyway because I have it on a power strip and I shut off the power strip after I shut down Windows so the computer and peripherals won't suck power when I don't need them.
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