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Do I do it the same way that I would update it?
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Yes.
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Thanks...Love a simple, straightforward answer
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Hey guys have some iceburgs comming to cool the north and south bridge. I did not buy anything for the mosfets, can i cut the heat pipe that is on there removing the north/south bridge portion and leave the rest on there?
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Hey guys have some iceburgs comming to cool the north and south bridge. I did not buy anything for the mosfets, can i cut the heat pipe that is on there removing the north/south bridge portion and leave the rest on there?
I did that with the heatpipe from the southbridge. The swiftec heatsinks I bought for the mosfets fell off (too lazy to make a mixture).
I also have the cheap asus stackcooler fan that sits on top.

Seems to work fine for me.
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I can't wait until Asus releases a new bios . The 1403 sucks, can't do a restart without having to do a hard shutdown. And trying to try new overclock settings can be a pita when it doesn't save them... Sorry about that rant; finally got to 3.8ghz at 1.25v vcore. I want to go further but the bios is holding me back I think. Wouldn't post at 1690 (422x4), tried it again and booted fine. Got some more testing to do, but will hopefully get to 4ghz with some low vcore.
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Originally Posted by mica3speedy View Post
I can't wait until Asus releases a new bios . The 1403 sucks, can't do a restart without having to do a hard shutdown. And trying to try new overclock settings can be a pita when it doesn't save them... Sorry about that rant; finally got to 3.8ghz at 1.25v vcore. I want to go further but the bios is holding me back I think. Wouldn't post at 1690 (422x4), tried it again and booted fine. Got some more testing to do, but will hopefully get to 4ghz with some low vcore.
http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?...Language=en-us

This thread with a link to the 1404 Bios was posted out on the Asus forums a week ago and from the looks of it is much better and stable than the 1403 bios and is actually allowing for some decent overclocks.

I have it loaded and other than having to clear the CMOS after flashing it has been working great so far.
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I'm going to wait until Asus puts it on their official download site or ftp site
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hey all !!

do u disable the speed spectrum when u overclock ????

and all the other things the thread starter mentions???

i oc ma cpu to 400fsb and memory to 1 ghz without steppin up the voltages it booted up to windows but it freezed!!!

ll steppin up voltages remedy these freezez?

and can nyone with a stable overclock post their vcore, nbcore ,cpu htt
to help me!
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Good day to all. This is my first post. I'm having trouble getting my p5n32-e over 400mhz (1600mhz). I can get the e8400 extemely stable @ 3.6,but nothing over that. Am I missing something? I've set all my voltages to the e8400 specs and even brought my ram down to 266 with very loos timimngs, but nothing seems to work. My biggest hang seems to happen when my hard drive starts spinning in the xp startup screen, thats when it freezes the most. I'm wondering if my hard drive would cause trouble. Thanks guys.
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