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post #11 of 34
that's good enough.maintain it below 70c for 24/7 usage
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post #12 of 34
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The problem is that the bios is telling me that it is well over 80c. Even with a stock cooler my Q9650 never got above 65c, nor did i ever get high temp errors every boot up. Not to mention that if this cant be OCed then there isnt any point in even having a k version.
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post #13 of 34
I've been scouring the interwebs to find out more about your NIC card. From what I've found there are several issues that seem to be recurring:

1) Direct conflict with routers because of DHCP settings.
2) Crashes on systems with greater than 4GB RAM (due to drivers).
3) Driver problems with Win 7.

Problems 2 and 3 seem to be much more common. I did find an old thread that seems to have some good suggestions.
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...7-8619b399f2c9
Basically it seems that depending on your specific setup, you need to have a particular driver (not necessarily the latest), as that's a very finicky card.

Again, I have no personal experience with this card...just trying to do a little research for ya...

Hope this helps,

Rich
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post #14 of 34
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Originally Posted by Lost Hawaiian View Post
I've been scouring the interwebs to find out more about your NIC card. From what I've found there are several issues that seem to be recurring:

1) Direct conflict with routers because of DHCP settings.
2) Crashes on systems with greater than 4GB RAM (due to drivers).
3) Driver problems with Win 7.

Problems 2 and 3 seem to be much more common. I did find an old thread that seems to have some good suggestions.
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...7-8619b399f2c9
Basically it seems that depending on your specific setup, you need to have a particular driver (not necessarily the latest), as that's a very finicky card.

Again, I have no personal experience with this card...just trying to do a little research for ya...

Hope this helps,

Rich
It does help. This was my birthday gift from my whole family and we are now considering RMAin the mobo back and totally getting another brand such as an EVGA P67 FTW and get a new card. I am looking for a PCIEx1 slot card that will be compatable with my WTR54GS Router so any info on that would be helpful.

My wife really just wants to rma the board back as it isnt working and producing the correct temps in the BIOS. We are holding off until monday to start the process, so if we can all just work together to fix it before then that would make me really happy. Thanks for all the help. The other computer is just sitting in the bios right now as it has been for the past 2 hours sitting at 87c
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post #15 of 34
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My question reguarding RMAing stuff is this

Could the CPU Its self be defective?

I dont want to RMA a new board just to get it and see that its also being stupid all becuse the CPU Was faulty
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post #16 of 34
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bump for more help. I am going to be reseating my heatsink again and see if it lowers the temp in the bios today.
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post #17 of 34
you really need to forget what the bios temp is reading. Could you please update your system spec so that I don't have to keep going back and forth to see what your running.

DONT rma the cpu just yet, im confident that both the cpu and mobo are fine but need a little more info like what bios are you running?
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post #18 of 34
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Going to update the system specs right now for you. I am running the latest bios that is out 1850 on the mobo. We arnt rmaing anything yet i just just wondering if the cpu its self could be faulty.
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post #19 of 34
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So here is the latest on the situation.

We just reseated the headsink and cpu again. This time, we took a piece of paper towel, wiped all of the paste away and started over. We proceeed to put one dab onto the CPU its self, it was as big as one piece of uncooked long grain rice. Please note that the last two times we spread it around the whole spu, this time we didnt and just placed the HS&F over the small dab and locked it in place. Upon entering the bios, it started at around 54c and went all the way up to 67c before we exited the bios and went into windows.

At this point checking Realtemp it currently shows my cpu running at 33-37MAX c in idle. I checked the internet and still no go on that end. Im going to go into the bios and let it sit there for a little bit to see if it rises in temp.

My next question is this, the TPU switch is on, so my mobo should be overclocking for me correct? I would like to get my rig to go to around 3.8GHZ with the stock fan and HS on using the intel turbo boost thing which is also turned on but it isnt doing anyting and my cpu is still at 3.40 ghz.
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post #20 of 34
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In the bios I did click the asus optimal settings button which upon restart, did start into windows without a high temp warning but yielded no results when it came to my cpu runing at anything other then the regular speed of 3.40ghz.

I did look into some application called the suite 2 by asus and there is an autotuning program in there that i guess will oc my cpu but im afraid to use it. Any help in this reguard would be appriciated as well as any information reguarding my stupid nic card that says it has FULL signal yet im lagging when it comes to anyting that involves the interenet.
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