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Been posting about this for two months. The last two Asus bios can be affected by this bug. It usually occurs when you make more than a few changes to bios, or are testing an overclock and experience serous instabilities. The best solution is to reflash bios, that will fix it. Until it happens again of course. A new bios is supposed to be in testing, and released in the near future.

I re-flashed 1604 (after clearing the CMOS) but had the same results. It may be sensitive to certain hardware combinations. 1309 keeps my multiplier settings and I can overclock my mem by just a hair (1866 to 2000, no change to latencies or voltage). I'd like to get VIRTU MVP running to enable both IGP and my 7970 as I both game and do a fair amount of video transcoding/conversion. Having the HD4000 available for Quick Sync would come in handy instead of having to reboot and chaging the Primary Display back and forth. I'll check out the new BIOS when it appears but for now I'm sticking with 1309 which runs best for me.
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I re-flashed 1604 (after clearing the CMOS) but had the same results. It may be sensitive to certain hardware combinations. 1309 keeps my multiplier settings and I can overclock my mem by just a hair (1866 to 2000, no change to latencies or voltage). I'd like to get VIRTU MVP running to enable both IGP and my 7970 as I both game and do a fair amount of video transcoding/conversion. Having the HD4000 available for Quick Sync would come in handy instead of having to reboot and chaging the Primary Display back and forth. I'll check out the new BIOS when it appears but for now I'm sticking with 1309 which runs best for me.
Whatever works best for you is the way to go. I have not used Virtu because every review on this site about it says it does not work. Most everyone who tried it says it made things worse not better. I don't think there is any harm in trying though, so let us know if it works for you.
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I re-flashed 1604 (after clearing the CMOS) but had the same results. It may be sensitive to certain hardware combinations. 1309 keeps my multiplier settings and I can overclock my mem by just a hair (1866 to 2000, no change to latencies or voltage). I'd like to get VIRTU MVP running to enable both IGP and my 7970 as I both game and do a fair amount of video transcoding/conversion. Having the HD4000 available for Quick Sync would come in handy instead of having to reboot and chaging the Primary Display back and forth. I'll check out the new BIOS when it appears but for now I'm sticking with 1309 which runs best for me.

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Whatever works best for you is the way to go. I have not used Virtu because every review on this site about it says it does not work. Most everyone who tried it says it made things worse not better. I don't think there is any harm in trying though, so let us know if it works for you.

Let us know how you got it to work too wink.gif I'd like to see if i can get it up and running as well, as i can't seem to turn off the iGPU mad.gif
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I do know how to calculate that, I'm just wondering if those other headers are not able to handle same 12 W. I have two Silverstone AP181 fans (5.4 W fans) connected to a chassis fan header and it seems to be working fine.

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Well if that's the case:
P=IE
W=VA
12V*1A=12W

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Where does that 5 W rating come from ? All I see in manual is that Cpu fan header can handle 1 A but other headers are not mentioned.

Sorry I was wrong my memory is failing me pulled that number from my head when I checked for a mcp655 PWM and came to the conclusion that even my fan controller @ 15w channel wouldn't do it.

double checking the manual 12w or 1A is correct
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Just ordered a Maximus v formula. Can't wait to get it. smile.gif
    
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post #2216 of 4012
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Just ordered a Maximus v formula. Can't wait to get it. smile.gif

I know the feeling. You made an excellent choice. I love mine. What cpu and gpu are you using? HDD or SDD?
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Let us know how you got it to work too wink.gif I'd like to see if i can get it up and running as well, as i can't seem to turn off the iGPU mad.gif

i'm curious as well tongue.gif

I had the same issue with mine, .... updated to latest bios hoping i'd get more options
only to end up back to square one.

Then decided to crossfire, and as soon as the 2nd card was installed, i got the "Cpu Fan Error"

Hope there's a new bios in the works thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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I know the feeling. You made an excellent choice. I love mine. What cpu and gpu are you using? HDD or SDD?

Going to use a 3770k, two evga GTX 680 4gb w/ backplate in sli mode, and a Samsung 840 pro series 256gb ssd.
    
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Going to use a 3770k, two evga GTX 680 4gb w/ backplate in sli mode, and a Samsung 840 pro series 256gb ssd.

Nice! As soon as I come up with some more cash I am getting another 660Ti and a mSata SDD to run as cache for my HDDs. I wanted to get a 680, but I had to compromise somewhere. My wife is already mad as hell about it. I was supposed to upgrade videocards and built a new pc instead. Oops!
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Going to use a 3770k, two evga GTX 680 4gb w/ backplate in sli mode, and a Samsung 840 pro series 256gb ssd.

Can't go wrong with that setup. The 840 Pros are great. Have the same thing in my MacBook. Enjoy!
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