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Has anyone flashed 1403 yet and running a Wolfdale? I am just now bedding in an E8200, simple ooot bsetup so far at 3.2G (chip aint that great a sample and needed 1.4V+ for 4G on my blitz formula) wondering anyone else have any info?
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Bios 1403 where is that ?

The latest one from Asus i see is 1302.

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OK, went to 1203 from 1205 to try and get further OC from E2180.

If I move the FSB any way up or down from 800 I will get system boot error, even by 2.

Tried different RAM configs(OCZ 800mhz), no joy.

I have come to the conclusion that either there is a problem with my RAM and this BIOS(the problem that 1205 'cured'?) I have tried clearing CMOS, booting with 1 stick, forcing 2T. No joy. Maybe I'll change the sticks positioning.

It could be an issue with my SATA drive and this BIOS, I'll try and boot from DVD I think(IDE), maybe try a different SATA channel.

It could be a bad version of the 1203 BIOS.

Most likely something I have overlooked. Hmm, I managed to clock upto 3ghz on 1205 before getting any problems(adjusted voltages, etc).

Something I did notice that may be insigificant is that on CPU-Z when I left the CPU Vcore to auto(from 1.4V) it reported it as 1.6V. Hmm, used to it under reported. *edit* oh yeah CPU VTT=1.55V, duh*

Been at this for 8 hours now and cant figure it. Wont clock a single bit up or down*edit* 1403 working well for me

I'm at a loss. Help! Anyone! please!*edit* I'd still love to know what the problem was*
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Google it, its up there. So far so good, though CPU-Z reads VTT as VC, it seems to be quite stable and for the 3.2G sitting a little lower VC for me (compared to blitz board). But lot of vdroop on this board so will play with the temps more. I am sure people will find that BIOS and start the tweaking, I know some folks have the E8400 already on this board..
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Bios 1403 where is that ?

The latest one from Asus i see is 1302.

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Yea i just found it and made a post about it thanks mate

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Works good for me.... well so far as good as 1205. Could not do much with 1203(above). Now to see how much further I am able to OC my E2180.
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Yes, that's NB temp.

Your temps seem slightly high across the board. Do you have good cable management and case circulation?

Thanks for your help.about temp on that time I was checking my overclock with orthos and all temps was high because of stress test.

I would like to know what is the safe temp of cpu (idle and load) for 24/7 overclocked system ?I have E6850 and want to overclock it in a way that I can use it 24/7 .
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Bios 1403 where is that ?

The latest one from Asus i see is 1302.

http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?...Language=en-us

Not posted officially, but on the Asus forum for this board there's a link to an Asus FTP with the new BIOS.
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Thanks for your help.about temp on that time I was checking my overclock with orthos and all temps was high because of stress test.

I would like to know what is the safe temp of cpu (idle and load) for 24/7 overclocked system ?I have E6850 and want to overclock it in a way that I can use it 24/7 .
LOL! If you were running Orthos, then those were good temps! For anyone you ask, you'll probably get different answers about what's a good temperature. I'd say anything under 65(c) on the E6850 is acceptable. Anything under 60 is great. I'm running an E6750 on my P5N32-E at 3.6 for around 62-65 at load, and I'm in Florida where ambient is pretty high.

@ Jtsin87, that was FAST at finding the new BIOS revision. I want to try out my E8400 on it right now (but I won't... it's Friday night).
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