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slap a 40mm fan on the NB chipset.
works wonders dude

    
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whats happened to the overclocking table on the 1st page ?
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Originally Posted by hawaiian_geek View Post
slap a 40mm fan on the NB chipset.
#1 tip for this board in this entire thread.
$4 fan on NB
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My PSU is a POS (lol) and when I turn my computer off, it still keeps all the USB and PS2 powered devices on like the lights and stuff, unless I switch it off from the back as well.

Obviously, if I'm going to automate it turning on and off, I won't be there to flip the switch.

I can't just leave lights on, the last time I just left the lights on thinking that it was okay, and because power was being drawn and there was no cooling going on, the PSU fried.

The reason I came here is there might be a BIOS setting that I don't know about to control this, if anyone knows about it, I would be most greatful.

Thanks for the long read guys
    
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Just buy a reputable power supply for your system.
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My PSU is a POS (lol) and when I turn my computer off, it still keeps all the USB and PS2 powered devices on like the lights and stuff, unless I switch it off from the back as well.

Obviously, if I'm going to automate it turning on and off, I won't be there to flip the switch.

I can't just leave lights on, the last time I just left the lights on thinking that it was okay, and because power was being drawn and there was no cooling going on, the PSU fried.

The reason I came here is there might be a BIOS setting that I don't know about to control this, if anyone knows about it, I would be most greatful.

Thanks for the long read guys
I think this is a 5V standby voltage pulled by the motherboard. Most modern motherboards support wake on mouse or keyboard, and so they're kept on. Sometimes you can turn it off by turning off "wake on [everything]" in the bios, but not with this mobo. It may have a 5VSB jumper you can cover up to turn it off.

PSUs stay on unless you cut the power to them by flipping the switch on the back or turning off your power strip (i could be wrong about this) in my experience. I think it'd be close to impossible to actually fry the PSU by letting the 5V run.

e: just check and there are no 5V jumper pins.
Edited by Pasta - 11/3/08 at 12:19am
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Is the p45 much better than this board? Still got the same reputation?
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I think it'd be close to impossible to actually fry the PSU by letting the 5V run.
Well, I did it somehow. It is a piece of **** Best Buy branded one. I will check for wake on whatever options and if that doesn't work I will just buy a reputable one. Thanks for the advice.
    
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I'm having a new problem with my system. I built it just about a year ago and have been running it at 3 GHz for that entire time without any problems. I just recently installed a new graphics card and now cannot overclock it AT ALL! Right after installing the new graphics card, it DID fail POST and reset a couple of times before coming online. I didn't think anything of it at the time (I assumed it was the MB getting adjusted to the new GPU) and hadn't noticed until this weekend that it was no longer running at 3 GHz.

MB: Gigabyte P35-DS3L
CPU: Intel E2160 (nom 1.8 GHz Dual Core)
RAM: G.Skill PC2-6400 2 x 1024
Video: XFX GeForce 9800GT PCI-e

The old video card was an MSI GeForce 8600GT and as I said, the system was running OC'd at 3 GHz (333 bus, 9x multiplyer). The bad thing is, I didn't NOTICE that my system was not overclocking anymore until today, about 2 weeks after installing the new video card. (This says a lot for the improvement in graphics speed because it made COD4 and Crysis run better even with the huge drop in CPU speed!). I already sold the old one, so I can't swap it back to confirm that the new one is at fault. But why would it be? What about a graphics card could prevent the system from overclocking? I have tried setting the bus to just 215 and it won't even start up (even with CPU core volt, DDR volt and PCI-e volt slightly bumped).

Some additional info:

I should add that what is happening is the system fails to POST and does the couple of resets and puts itself back to the default bus setting (but it will leave any overvoltage settings in place). It will boot and run 100% of the time in the default speed settings but will FAIL TO POST 100% with ANY OC setting. I really don't see how it could be the RAM or CPU now suddenly failing to OC.

Reading some threads about this MB, it looks like I should try unplugging my external WD USB hard drive and also try resetting the CMOS. I DID try upgrading the BIOS to F8 (from F5) and there was no change in behavior. After the BIOS flash, I reset the CPU settings to "Optimal defaults", again with no change in behavior.

Another thing I will try is removing the new graphics card and installing an OLD PCI one that I have. Useful for troubleshooting, but not for computing.

Any thoughts to help me out here? Thanks!

rob
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Yea! OK...clearing the CMOS and resetting everything in BIOS did the trick (at least for THIS boot). Since I had been running at 3.0 GHz previously, I jumped stright to 300 Mhz bus using Auto voltages and it worked like a champ. I'm up and running at 2.7 GHz. I'll let it run for a while like this before going back to 3.0 (I have some DVDs to re-encode tonight, so that will be a fair test).

Rob
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