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Originally Posted by zvonexp View Post
Guys do u have problems with USB Keyboard on this mobo, i always pressing DELETE or F12 and sometimes works, sometimes dont work. But on F8 normaly works
Flash to the latest bios, it fixed the problem with USB latency lag when trying to enter setup.

Or plug your usb connector into the USB 3.0 port.
post #522 of 3278
Can I update my submission?

I am now using 8GB (2x2) Gskill ripjawsx 8-8-8-24 and the overclock is at 4.2 with 1.5v bios is also at F8
CPU-Z


Edited by Jayster - 10/6/11 at 11:00am
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zvonexp: Update your BIOS.
angel.tdw: That's looking good, keep going!
Your system voltage is at auto which is not optimal. Set the voltages manually. Also, turn turbo core off. It more or less screws up AMD Phenom II overclocking.
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K XD,
Will off the turbo mode
But wot should I set my core to
Can u specify me the various voltage settings to set
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Do I update out of box right to F8 or do I have to do it chronologically? Reason I ask is all the updates are 1.06~.08mb in size. Im getting Bsod on the bios shipped with the board and it looks like graphics error. Problem is I only get it when overclocked to 3.2ghz.
    
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Do I update out of box right to F8 or do I have to do it chronologically? Reason I ask is all the updates are 1.06~.08mb in size. Im getting Bsod on the bios shipped with the board and it looks like graphics error. Problem is I only get it when overclocked to 3.2ghz.
You can flash straight to F8 and don't have to do each one.

The reason you are getting BSOD could be a bunch of different reasons.

CPU voltage could be too low for the OC you have.

Your ram timings and MHZ could be wrong since your OC your CPU and are causing instability.

Ram could be set at wrong voltage.

Please post your overclock settings CPU settings, CPU voltage, Ram settings, Ram voltage. It will help out a lot to figure out why you are getting BSOD.
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Have anyone x3 720 and some result to OC ?
enyone?
post #528 of 3278
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Originally Posted by veyron1001 View Post
Do I update out of box right to F8 or do I have to do it chronologically? Reason I ask is all the updates are 1.06~.08mb in size. Im getting Bsod on the bios shipped with the board and it looks like graphics error. Problem is I only get it when overclocked to 3.2ghz.
veyron1001,

You may need to adjust the memory multiplier down to x5.33. When you raise the CPU frequency, you are also raising the memory speed. There's a number of things you can do, like lowering the CPU multiplier, dropping the memory multiplier to 5.33, and increasing the CPU host frequency. You could also lower the memory timings, but as near as I've been able to determine in the relatively short time I've been building AMDs, generally the way I do it is a lot easier and more times than not, better than lowering the memory timings. What you are trying to do is get a balance between the CPU speed, FSB, memory multiplier, and the memory speed, where they all work best together. "Find the Sweet spot", so to speak. You often find that your highest stable CPU speed, is not always your best performer. It is a bit easier with an unlocked CPU multiplier though.

The 1055T is not a great overclocker, compared to the 1090T. I know that both Tom's Hardware and Anandtech had great difficulty getting much past 3.2GHz stable in their tests. I did See one review where they had it to 3.4GHz, but couldn't quite get it stable. All the 1055T is is a 1090T that failed to pass all the tests required. They set and lock the multiplier, and it's a 1055T

I only overclocked one locked multiplier AMD CPU, a 2.8GHz 630 Propus Quad, and I couldn't get it much past 3.6GHz on my 790X. My 1090T BE OC'd to 4.0GHz on the 790X motherboard, and easily got to 4.2GHz with very little adjustments, at 1.394v on the 990XA. The socket AM3+ motherboards overclock better than the AM3s, at least the GigaByte 990XA does, and Socket AM3+ means a future BullDozer. My 1090T BE on the 990XA is about 12% faster at stock speed. At 3.6GHz it performs faster than it did at 3.7GHz on the 790X. I'm guessing it's the better throughput of the AM3+ motherboard.

I don't use Asus motherboards anymore. I used them exclusively for 11 years, but their quality, Tech service and Customer service are terrible. I had some serious issues with a P5N-E SLI about 4-5 years ago. Service Tech guy says to me that he hadn't heard of any problems with the P5N-E. I asked him how that could be, since Asus's own forum had 23 pages of complaints with no solutions, for the same problems I was having. I've been using GigaByte motherboards ever since, with very few problems, in about 200 builds. I still buy Asus monitors and DVD Burners, but no motherboards!

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post #529 of 3278
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You can flash straight to F8 and don't have to do each one.

The reason you are getting BSOD could be a bunch of different reasons.

CPU voltage could be too low for the OC you have.

Your ram timings and MHZ could be wrong since your OC your CPU and are causing instability.

Ram could be set at wrong voltage.

Please post your overclock settings CPU settings, CPU voltage, Ram settings, Ram voltage. It will help out a lot to figure out why you are getting BSOD.

-1055T 14x 229 3.2GHz
-Cpu voltage 1.47V ( I dont know why it is set that high and I cant lower it)
-1333 DDR3 ram. I know I cant overclock well with this ram but I got 3.2ghz out of my previous board on a stock heatsink. Ram is a 1225mhz.
    
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It's not that a 1055t and 1333 ram is not overclockable, it's just that it's very hard to clock past 3.5ghz because the ram speed rises with the CPU, and the low binning of generic 1333 ram may prevent one from moving forward.
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