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post #11 of 14
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ok sorry one last thing um the cd that came with my mobo had onyl two options on it
install drivers
and install realtek sound thingy

i only installed the sound driver thingo
should i put the cd in and install the mother board drivers sorry
im pretty computer illiterate
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post #12 of 14
it's okay, you won't be computer illiterate much longer here is Albatron's page for your motherboard. it apparently has all the drivers and software that go with it.

http://www.albatron.com.tw/English/P...=Driver&no=241. it would probably be nice for you to bookmark that page for future use.

you must have installed something other than the audio driver if you're using that computer to access this site right now, because the network adapter on it won't work until after you install the LAN drivers (EDIT: i see you're using Vista, and that might not be the case). anyway, i just see RAID drivers (which you don't need) and basic drivers on that page, so maybe there is no nTune. i like Everest, but some of the other guys here were saying they like CoreTemp. i'm sure they're both fine. we would ideally like your motherboard temp to not get above 45° or so, and we definitely want your CPU to stay below 50. if you see your temps rising too much, back off with the OC and start over. too much voltage will always create heat.
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post #13 of 14
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oh ok thanks man

yeah well microsoft update did install some drivers must have been the ones for the motherboard alright thanks for the help with the OC ill do some reading lol
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post #14 of 14
i guess Vista is good for something after all. enjoy your reading. no need to jump into this without having any idea what you're doing . better to do it right than to rush it and screw something up and have to reformat.

anyway, it's dark over my country right now. i'm gonna play a little DiRT and go to bed. i'm sure the Brits and American Insomniacs will be happy to answer any more questions you have tonight
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