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ones for hdd and ones for power. read the fine print on the board; the chart is right underneath it.
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Originally Posted by dleccord View Post
ones for hdd and ones for power. read the fine print on the board; the chart is right underneath it.
we have different boards and manuals?

hd led is clearly marked as being on the lower left of the entire "panel". i am referring to this " extra" connection place to the left of this panel which is clearly marked PWR LED in capital letters. i have REV2 board, btw.
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8400 Wolfdale build complete with the DS3L.
Downloaded bios F8a (extracted to floppy).
First time boot successful with 8400, into bios. Loaded bios with <end> (Q-flash), enter to drive A, enter, flashed, exit, reboot, sucess. Easiest flash I've ever done. Next bios enter Load Optimize Defualts, reboot.
Dual channel ram booted no problem (XMS 2X1024C4 at default 1.8vd) from get go.
Bios flash registed. Disabled auto fan functions, set alerts to 70C.
Vista loaded without incident. Cat cable across bedroom to kitchen counter (25').
Case drilled, zip stripped, etc... Floppy drive removed, fan paths cleared.
Downloaded several utilities, temperature utilities are all sketchie (but I trust in CoreTemp) at 49C @ stock voltage (1.188vc) @ 4x800 (3.6g), XMS CL4-4-4-12 (1.9vd)

Mobo rev. 2.0, SLAPL (Q746R489), AC Freezer 7, OCZ Modular (450 Modstream: yeah, its working fine, hehe), min. wiring with extra push/pull fans in case.

This is my sons new gaming rig, haven't had time to oc yet (simple adjustment from 333 to 400fsb jumped to 3.6 g default volts.).

Looking for accurate temperature programs at the moment. Speedfan 1.43 is way low (17C), Everest is 39C, 35C, Core Temp at 49C.

Will get back soon, its 1255am, gotta sleep for work.
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we have different boards and manuals?

hd led is clearly marked as being on the lower left of the entire "panel". i am referring to this " extra" connection place to the left of this panel which is clearly marked PWR LED in capital letters. i have REV2 board, btw.
if you're come in two, plug the positive into the pin with a positive sign on the floor.
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if you're come in two, plug the positive into the pin with a positive sign on the floor.

" if you're come in two"


could someone please translate this for me?
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8400 Wolfdale build complete with the DS3L.
Downloaded bios F8a (extracted to floppy).
First time boot successful with 8400, into bios. Loaded bios with <end> (Q-flash), enter to drive A, enter, flashed, exit, reboot, sucess. Easiest flash I've ever done. Next bios enter Load Optimize Defualts, reboot.
Dual channel ram booted no problem (XMS 2X1024C4 at default 1.8vd) from get go.
Bios flash registed. Disabled auto fan functions, set alerts to 70C.
Vista loaded without incident. Cat cable across bedroom to kitchen counter (25').
Case drilled, zip stripped, etc... Floppy drive removed, fan paths cleared.
Downloaded several utilities, temperature utilities are all sketchie (but I trust in CoreTemp) at 49C @ stock voltage (1.188vc) @ 4x800 (3.6g), XMS CL4-4-4-12 (1.9vd)

Mobo rev. 2.0, SLAPL (Q746R489), AC Freezer 7, OCZ Modular (450 Modstream: yeah, its working fine, hehe), min. wiring with extra push/pull fans in case.

This is my sons new gaming rig, haven't had time to oc yet (simple adjustment from 333 to 400fsb jumped to 3.6 g default volts.).

Looking for accurate temperature programs at the moment. Speedfan 1.43 is way low (17C), Everest is 39C, 35C, Core Temp at 49C.

Will get back soon, its 1255am, gotta sleep for work.
Lenzo, I sent you a PM explaining what I found when I tested various temp programs with this motherboard and the E8400. My full comment is on page 105 of this thread, which is a discussion between c230k and myself and what we felt was an innacurracy on CoreTemp for this processor.
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Coretemp may be wrong for that processor, but in you other post you said you thought 16C was a correct idle temp. That is highly doubtful being that 16C or 60F is less than ambient unless you keep your computer in the refrigerator.
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Coretemp may be wrong for that processor, but in you other post you said you thought 16C was a correct idle temp. That is highly doubtful being that 16C or 60F is less than ambient unless you keep your computer in the refrigerator.
Right, because in the middle of WINTER the temperature NEVER falls below 60F. My entire state and I must live in a "refrigerator" based on your response. You should probably contact all the local meteorologists in my area and tell them how wrong they are. What would they know anyway, they just use thermometers to let us know what the temp is, you would probably know more though since you assume everything.

Side note, the temp outside when I made that post was in the low 40s and as I mentioned in the post that you are referring to, I keep my computer next to an open window to draw in cooler air.
All factors that come into play, will this hold when summer comes around, obviously not, but winter is a lot colder then summer is.
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" if you're come in two"


could someone please translate this for me?
Bardos: Connect your power switch lead from your case (should be a 2-pin connector or separated into 2 1-pin connectors) to the Power Switch connection. (Top row, to the left of the Message/Power/Sleep LED connectors). This is the main power switch that you use to turn the computer on.

The connectors on the far left are for if your case has a system status LED on the front, showing when the computer is in sleep mode or system is on. You'll need to determine what connectors your case has (my Antec 900 does not have the system status LED, so I have nothing connected to those pins).
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Perhaps someone can help me figure out my new problem... after dozens of experiments and stress tests, I managed to get my system stable (although not the best overclock). My processor is E4500. I could only get it to 2.86 (11x mult, 260FSB). Ortho ran for 24 hours. I've been running the maching for 2 days, no problem... until I installed new video driver. (Video card is evga e-GeForce 7600GT). Now any overclock and the system reboots, setting everything back to stock. Any ideas?
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