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Had something strange happen... I used to have the option in BIOS at the very bottom of the advanced tab to select settings for the Intel NIC, but for some reason it has now disappeared. I never updated bios. Been running 17xx the whole time (1701 I believe?)

Not sure how I lost that option. Does enabling/disabling something else cause the option to disappear?
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I was wondering if ASUS multi core enhancement and Intel Turbo mode needs to be enabled at all times? If I disable those options my CPU speed is locked to 4 GHz although I put in a 45 multiplier..
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Unless you have more money than brains, I wouldn't be picking around on a layered mother board with any kind of a voltmeter unless you are a "skilled" technician and in a lab environment. It's even risky using a scope unless you are experienced. Over 50 years of experience speaking - not trying to gouge you as it's all in the realm of common sense.
Not sure here exactly whom you are referring to, but I sometimes check vcore with my bench meter and after more than 60 years on this planet I sure don't need or want someone telling me what I can or can't do or telling me I have no brains or common sense.
post #4964 of 5773
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Not sure here exactly whom you are referring to, but I sometimes check vcore with my bench meter and after more than 60 years on this planet I sure don't need or want someone telling me what I can or can't do or telling me I have no brains or common sense.

Ya I haven't even been on the planet for 50 years yet... Only had 25 years experience in the electrical trade... before I started doing other things I was more interested in. I would have to say I agree with you.

Then again I have one of them there fancy motherboards with the voltage check points... which my meter lead fits just dandy.
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Ya I haven't even been on the planet for 50 years yet... Only had 25 years experience in the electrical trade... before I started doing other things I was more interested in. I would have to say I agree with you.

Then again I have one of them there fancy motherboards with the voltage check points... which my meter lead fits just dandy.
I know, my last 3 or 4 boards had the voltage read points but unfortunately my Hero does not. Still really like this board though. smile.gif
post #4966 of 5773
Well, after 76 years on this planet I've been around the block a few times myself. I didn't mean to upset you as I was referring to posts 4951 & 4952. With today's surface mount technology its just to easy to make a mistake if you are not extremely careful and 'in the know'. Again, I apologize for coming on as obtuse.
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Unless you have more money than brains, I wouldn't be picking around on a layered mother board with any kind of a voltmeter unless you are a "skilled" technician and in a lab environment. It's even risky using a scope unless you are experienced. Over 50 years of experience speaking - not trying to gouge you as it's all in the realm of common sense.
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Well, after 76 years on this planet I've been around the block a few times myself. I didn't mean to upset you as I was referring to posts 4951 & 4952. With today's surface mount technology its just to easy to make a mistake if you are not extremely careful and 'in the know'. Again, I apologize for coming on as obtuse.

Hello

I normally don't respond to fodder but since my post was referenced directly I'll add this bit to the conversation. Where one is lacking in the necessary experience of circuit probing making some type of distinction between a DMM and a scope when probing the circuit makes no sense at all. Two different tools for different jobs. I'm not sure why you would allude to using a scope would be somehow safer. Using the equipment that most likely would be available to someone inexperienced in probing circuits a DMM would be a better and safer choice.
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"I'm not sure why you would allude to using a scope would be somehow safer."

An image of upright test pins and the ubiquitous "hooked" probes of the scope probably flashed through the cob webs.smile.gif
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"Well, after 76 years on this planet...."

In this day and age, here's hoping that you're successfully retired.
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Praz, an oscilloscope is time a measuring device that can be calibrated to read A/C-D/C and is extremely accurate, more so than any analog or DMM that I know. Also, I didn't "allude" to using a scope. I said it was risky and should be used by knowledgeable people. I don't see why you're getting snarky with me. In my own defense, I've probably spent more time poking around in radar and countermeasures equipment then you have days on this planet. If you want to advise someone to jump in there and muck around in something you can't fix anyway, then that's all on you. If the motherboard is new, one can always return the product.
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