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post #1511 of 1879
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Originally Posted by ACMH-K View Post

My post was mainly about not being able to use the DVI port on the Motherboard.
My SLIed 660Ti's have 3 monitors in surround and an accessory 3D Tv hooked up, & I'd like to have a 2nd Accessory hooked into the MB. I might be missing something but how does dvid voltage pertain to that.

I would certainly love to use the F8j, but the cons to it, outweigh the pros. frown.gif

I was only commenting on you using the beta bios and the problems you encountered. Therefore I suggested you might try to raise the VCORE or DVID voltage.
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post #1512 of 1879
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I was only commenting on you using the beta bios and the problems you encountered. Therefore I suggested you might try to raise the VCORE or DVID voltage.

I still don't understand though.
Can the vcore or the dvid voltage have something to do with the motherboard internal graphics? If it does, I had no idea that it did, and thank you.
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post #1513 of 1879
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I still don't understand though.
Can the vcore or the dvid voltage have something to do with the motherboard internal graphics? If it does, I had no idea that it did, and thank you.
Yeah ok no. My bad I was assuming you were OCed....Theres that word...
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post #1514 of 1879
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I use front head phones and they are plenty loud for me at least. Some peeps report problems with the it no working properly and move to dedicated. I myself have never had a problem and it sounds pretty good. I'd say as good are a little better than my X-FI Gamer.

And what about to try plug the headphones to back panel jack? Is loudness the same just like through front panel?
Please, can you try this?
Thanks.
post #1515 of 1879
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And what about to try plug the headphones to back panel jack? Is loudness the same just like through front panel?
Please, can you try this?
Thanks.

OK tried them in the back panel jacks and I can't really tell any difference... Hope that helps you. BTW I don't have the M3 but I would think they would be the same...
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post #1516 of 1879
Hello.

So, I have a Sniper 3 here and I'm trying to get my 3-pin-header fan to work from 10% @50*C to 100% @70*C on the CPU fan header. Does this header (or any other header on this MoBo) support 3-pin fans at all? It's always working at 100%, no matter what I set in BIOS or in EasyTune 6, and I'm not sure how to setup the SpeedFan software correctly.

Please help. Thank you.
post #1517 of 1879
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Hello.

So, I have a Sniper 3 here and I'm trying to get my 3-pin-header fan to work from 10% @50*C to 100% @70*C on the CPU fan header. Does this header (or any other header on this MoBo) support 3-pin fans at all? It's always working at 100%, no matter what I set in BIOS or in EasyTune 6, and I'm not sure how to setup the SpeedFan software correctly.

Please help. Thank you.

Short answer from me, others may have a different experience. I do not use ET6. It does nothing for me but report voltages and or temps when I did try it. Fan controller is atrocious and should be left out of all future software updates. BTW you can't really control 3 pin fan via the boards functions. You might look into a fan controller if you require such. As far as Speed Fan goes I have never had much luck with it. But I never really put in the extra effort it requires to get it to work either. LOL
Edited by Conners - 5/23/13 at 8:24pm
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post #1518 of 1879
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Short answer from me, others may have a different experience. I do not use ET6. It does nothing for me but report voltages and or temps when I did try it. Fan controller is atrocious and should be left out of all future software updates.
You got the fan controller to work? I couldn't get it to do anything.
post #1519 of 1879
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You got the fan controller to work? I couldn't get it to do anything.

Honestly Art, what little I played with ET6 and its fan capabilities, they were nothing to write home about. And that pretty much sums it up from the old P45 days and ET6. Same program same lame results.
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post #1520 of 1879
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Short answer from me, others may have a different experience. I do not use ET6. It does nothing for me but report voltages and or temps when I did try it. Fan controller is atrocious and should be left out of all future software updates. BTW you can't really control 3 pin fan via the boards functions. You might look into a fan controller if you require such. As far as Speed Fan goes I have never had much luck with it. But I never really put in the extra effort it requires to get it to work either. LOL

I use the ET6 on my GA-X58A-UD9 MoBo and it correctly controls the same fan that I'm trying to use with the Sniper 3, however the Sniper 3's fan controller might be different and not being able to control 3-pin fans. I don't know why should I pay even more money for a dedicated fan controller since I've paid premium for the not-that-great Sniper 3 board. And if I do have to use a dedicated fan controller that should show how incompetent people from Gigabyte are to not integrate a decently working fan controller into their so called "top-of-the-line" boards. The board itself is not bad, however the integrated Creative audio card is awful compared to any X-Fi card. The integrated Bigfoot network adapter's software shows some amazing bugs sometimes. And more stuff like that. Really unprofessional stuff from Gigabyte frown.gif.
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