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hehe

Thanks for the ooba fast response.

So do you suggest I FLASH it to the BETA or to the 0501 version?

and will the 0501 version be good enough for overclocking?

Eveilsor

[edit]

was nice of you to respond, then CHANGE your response without any 'edit' references. LMAO

I know my PLUS board is a bit of a hybrid, a sheep in wolfs clothing as it were! hehe. From what I read in reviews elsewhere though this version was better. After reading this thread I'm starting to think otherwise.

[re-edit]
er hello up there, looky down here! roflmao

For your last comments read what I wrote in here. This is a like a re-edit war going on. LMAO

OK I have a different screenie for you taken about an hour ago:

What is with the 0602 BIOS. Is it BETA or not?
here is the link I mentioned on over clocking the PLUS mobo:
http://www.anandtech.com/printarticle.aspx?i=2958
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here is the link I mentioned on over clocking the PLUS mobo:
http://www.anandtech.com/printarticle.aspx?i=2958


You legend!

I could kiss you

I read a bit of it at work. I'll read the rest of it tomorrow (at work)! Working is so over-rated!
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Saw an 1101 beta bios on the Asus server this morning.

Anyone tried it yet??? No change log.
    
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Hi Guys.
About to buy all my parts, and after reading several comments made here, and wondering about overclocking and RAID 0.

Several people reported that their RAID 0 drives got corrupted due to overclocking lockup and had to either rescue them using WinXP setup disk or in one instance do a complete re-install of their OS.

What is the feeling here about doing overclocking trials (setting up your overclocking) while using RAID 0 disks ?

Thanks
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i have raid 0 and i haven't had anything corrupt i think that problem was with earlier boards.

so i got my watercooling today and it's great my CPU never goes over 41C... BUT i can't get any overclocks stable at all... so i checked it out and i touched the north bridge while it was on and i got burnt!!! so i guess i need to add some more north bridge cooling. the southbridge seems OK, so how do you add a north bridge cooler to a water loop? do i have to drain it all and re fill it???
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Hi Guys.
About to buy all my parts, and after reading several comments made here, and wondering about overclocking and RAID 0.

Several people reported that their RAID 0 drives got corrupted due to overclocking lockup and had to either rescue them using WinXP setup disk or in one instance do a complete re-install of their OS.

What is the feeling here about doing overclocking trials (setting up your overclocking) while using RAID 0 disks ?

Thanks
The RAID controller is (should be) a separate chip / BIOS. Over clocking should have no effect of it. Granted data flows though the CPU, NB, etc. so corruption could occur there as well as with improperly shutting down Windows (i.e. crashing). Using JBOD, RAID-0, RAID-1, etc. will not effect operations of you machine nor would your machine’s operation affect your data, save the previously mentioned.

Setting RAID will only affect reading and writing times as well as save from disk failure (save RAID-1)!

It does take time with some RAID controllers to setup the data structures so if you are planning on testing, it may save some time if you use JBOB till you get your system set then do a final reload using the RAID level you desire.
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Saw an 1101 beta bios on the Asus server this morning.

Anyone tried it yet??? No change log.
I already got it from a buddy through the asus forums before it was released (had it for two days)> I haven't been able to determine what changes have been made. So far everything runs identical to 1002. It may have provided increased compatibility with ram and some of the newer chips (like the QX6800, although cogno already is running one on this board).


I'll keep everyone posted.
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i have raid 0 and i haven't had anything corrupt i think that problem was with earlier boards.

so i got my watercooling today and it's great my CPU never goes over 41C... BUT i can't get any overclocks stable at all... so i checked it out and i touched the north bridge while it was on and i got burnt!!! so i guess i need to add some more north bridge cooling. the southbridge seems OK, so how do you add a north bridge cooler to a water loop? do i have to drain it all and re fill it???
It is a good idea to drain it (save from possible spills). Depending on how your setup is (everything drains out of the lines you will be taping into), you could skip draining. Personally I would drain it; half way through you might decide you need to lay your rig on its side!

I would have a general question as to where to tap in. In serial with the cpu? If so before or after the cpu? Parallel with the cpu? If so how to you regulate pressure between the paths?

If you find the answers to the above please let me know.

Thanks,
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i would just put it in the same loop as the CPU after the cpu. i was just going to get a better radiator to offset the extra heat.

Edit: anyone ever tried this?
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/59...?tl=g40c16s227
nice and quiet... as long as it does the job i might get 2 and some mosfet cooling.
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Yes, but it is not so high, 81,5 mm. Do you recomend a cooler?
If you are not doing extreme overclocking, yes it is. First it is not expensive compare with other HSF. The two 120mm fans can cool the ram, nb heatsink and mofset heat sink as well. When my rig was running at 3.4G @ 1.6V, the two 2000rpm fans could keep the CPU at max 53C when full load. But please note that you can hardly use a after market nb HSF due to it's heatpipe block the clearance above the nb. I've tried to put a non-SLI HS-5, only one of its corner could cover the chips and it is not placed in the chip center. Anyway, it could still work but make sure it can fasten firmly.

Don't use my case as reference, as I am no luck on this setup . As Ultra120 extreme is out of stock here, I reinstall Geminii back, but can't do the previous overclock @ 3.4G, I settled at 2.9G @ 1.35V with stock heatpipe, never beyond 38C in full load.

P.S at least, I got a U120 extreme yesterday, but I have already put all parts in the case. Don't bother to change it now unless more misery happened...
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