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Does anyone know which cpu cooler is used in this board? It looks like the Thermalright 120 but it's not

I think I'll go with the Lian Li PC-A16B case. It is very customizable and looks nice. It's not very roomy but should provide enough space I think...
Thats the new thermalright ultra 120 extreme. Best air cooler currently out.
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Sorry Robilar, but it's really not. Observe the flat sides and different fin design. I think it's also shorter.

Thermalright Ultra120 Extreme:
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Sure looks like it if its not
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Well, I am starting to wonder if this board is just a dud. It REFUSES to do anything above a 1500FSB. I've tried 1550, 1633, 1650, 1700, 1800, 1900. I've increased the NB voltage up to 1.65V, memory to 2.10V, CPU up to 1.45V. Every damn time same result -- either no POST or it freezes immediately at the POST screen. At 1500FSB everything works peachy.

I even stepped down to the 0901 BIOS revision and it made no difference. It doesn't look like there's anything else left to adjust here. I KNOW the CPU can do 2.8GHz with ease. Does anyone think that my power supply only having a 4pin connector has anything to do with what's going on? Going to have to send this thing back to NewEgg soon if I can't get any results with this thing. It's a shame, really, because I really do like the board. But for whatever reason, I've never had any luck with ASUS boards and overclocking.
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Ok, I had tested my system at 1266 QFSB, I try to load up 1306 QFSB and no POST, so I switch it off, switch it back on and it says "WARNING FAILED SYSTEM BOOT.. GO TO SETUP TO CHECK SETTINGS" etc.

So I put my settings back to 1266 and am running at this fine atm. Here are the settings I currently have why is it unstable so soon?

Ghz: 2.21
Idle: 37/34
Load: 50/50 (is this high? tuniq tower fan is set to lowest)
Vcore: 1.35
NB: 1.4
SB: 1.5

I was also under the impressive my stepping was good too.
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Go ahead and boot at 4-4-4-8-1T @900Mhz and check your bandwidth (SiSoft Sandra).

Then try 4-5-4-8 1T or even 4-5-4-6 1T and measure bandwidth, it should be about the same.

Now run memtest86+ again, I bet it'll pass...

When you're done, start playing with Vdimm to minimize voltage. D9's seem to have a somewhat high mortality rate >2.2v.
Gave her a go at your specs to no avail. I thought I was home free after one cycle without errors but thought I should let memtest continue...sure enough test 5 on the second run through picked up the failure. So, I think for now I will leave it at 832 4-4-4-8 1T. At 297 x 12 this gives me a 2:3 divider and a 3.56Ghz clock on a not so great air setup.

I've ordered the Ultra 120 Extreme. I've had it running easily at 3.6+ but without significant load so I need some better cooling for the Quad.
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Robilar, you say that by getting rid of the IDE optical drive and replacing it with a SATA you have improved your boot time. I thought that if you disable the "searching for device" the opticals don't have any effect on boot time? I was under the impression that having another SATA would in fact have the opposite effect i.e. increase boot time? How have I got this wrong?
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I have all sata drives and once I disabled the ide scan my boot time went down. Just my personal experience.
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Hey guys, I got my second pair of HZ's for $110 so I don't have to keep thinking about when they'll disappear... I should be going to 64-bit soon too hopefully.

I just thought I'd post what Everest 3.8 shows as available memory when you add the 3rd and 4th sticks, and a pic of the full DIMMs:


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Nice,4 gig=
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