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post #91 of 97
So you're able to run prime95 sustained now..that's really good.

I bet you didn't have the cooler block attached all the way beforehand and it was skyrocketing as soon as you put a load on it.
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post #92 of 97
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Originally Posted by PrimePack View Post

Here is how it sits:

As Sp33d suggested, I double checked the wiring, after the repasting I put the pump on a CPU lined, changed it over to CHA_Fan3.

I got into Windows, booted up CPU Temp, and Prime 95. Prime 95 has been running for about 40 minutes, temps about 50-60 C. Only stalls can be atributed to the lack of a recent web browser.

If it makes it to an hour, I will leave it running, get a small wire I need to help power the cooling system before I load it with everything else, close it up. Reinstall Windows, and someone call Doc. Brown since I am going to burn rubber.smile.gif

Thank you ebducan for sticking up for me, I did see the videos about how to apply thermal paste, and honestly when I do a refit or a new machine, that is the one phase of the job I hate. It might not be perfect, but odds are once I have some more money in my pocket, and I get a new coolant system. I can do a better job then.smile.gif

If I'm reading this correctly, you had the pump's power wire plugged into the CPU fan header - It's possible the pump wasn't running at full capacity due to Cool and Quiet or some other energy saving/management feature trying to do what it normally would with a CPU fan. headscratch.gif

Good idea changing plugin headers, the CHA 3 header from what you've posted is working out for you so far - At least it's doing better so whatever you actually did had an effect. I have to agree with the above, reseating the block may have been the solution as well and didn't hurt to do it.

It's all a learning experience and I'm sure once it's finally sorted out, this will be something you'll remember from now on and maybe you could be helpful in the future with something like this later on. thumb.gif
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post #93 of 97
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New small problem croped up.

Now I formated the HD, hooked everything up.

For some reason the motherboard (Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z) doesn't recognize it's own sound card or SATA controll board.

Anyone know how/where in the BIOS to turn them back on?
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I can't tell you where ATM since my CHV-Z isn't set up but look at the board's manual, it should tell you or just go to the Asus site and download the PDF of the manual and check that.

If I have to I will set it up and let you know how, just let me know and I'll do that for you.
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Have you re-installed your drivers?
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post #96 of 97
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New small problem croped up.

Now I formated the HD, hooked everything up.

For some reason the motherboard (Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z) doesn't recognize it's own sound card or SATA controll board.

Anyone know how/where in the BIOS to turn them back on?

Audio: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/misc/audio/Realtek_Audio_XPVistaWin7-8-8-1_V5100_6017058.zip
SATA: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/misc/sata/Asmedia_Win7-8-8-1_VER2080.zip
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post #97 of 97
Ok you might want to RMA your mobo sounds like you might have one of the flawwed ones where the heatsinks don't make contact properly with the chips on mobo this caused chipset to act oddly and often lose specific hardware and also cause lockups the Crosshair V had a issues where the heatsinks were manufactured wrong and they didn't contact properly and caused issues. I myself went thru 2 of them same thing each time then nixxed that idea and went ASUS sabertooth 990FX instead. I used to have the links on the asus website where they admited this issue and offered a free copy of metro 2033 for the ones with the issue and offered a rapid replacement of the faulty mobo with this issue directly from ASUS.

You know when it is an issue when ASUS themself try to remedy it fastly to keep theyre heads off the butcher block this occured sometime shortly after its release of the crosshair V I remember because I went thru the issue and got a free copy of metro 2033 for the hassle.

I can't seem to find any info on that issue anymore which is kind of odd there was a complete forum thread like 5-10 pages long at the time on the ASUS forums specifically on the crosshair V and even had some of the ASUS rep's in there on the subject / situation and they were quick to remedy the issue so apparently it was a big thing but now I can't find anything about it which is very odd.
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