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Great news guys, IT worked! W00t.

BGA is the surface mounted packaging on the m1695 (and most nwer surface mount) NB pci-e bridge chip.

I burned up a little modeling clay to hold it in place And I've got pci-e back. :d

Wonder how long it'll last though. Don't sell that board N2 I'll be needing it. But in the meantime Looks like I can my folder back up.

N2 ygpm
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Sometimes the kluge-iest solutions are the coolest. Good show Hue.
     
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Sometimes the kluge-iest solutions are the coolest. Good show Hue.
Yeah. I'm pretty happy. My last reflow failed miserably.

I'm pretty sure I could even remove the 1695 and the board would still work fine minus the pci-e bus. I emailed Asrock earlier and when they get back to me with a "We don't keep serial numbers on file for warranty" answer I'll tell them that it was their defective Solder joints that failed.
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As for P95/OCCT...I don't have either of those on at the moment. Last time I ran an artificial stability test, I was still on a single core . I'll set 'em going when I go to sleep.
TestECull, ok so really we're not sure if your processor is really having issues or if it's just your video card/drivers. I'm sure Gmod uses both the video card and processor but it would be nice to see if we can isolate the problem before taking guesses

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Can someone point me in the direction of a Crossfire Motherboard that has onbaord video but under 100 dollars? I Found this asus http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131398 but review said it doesn't fully support crossfire X and runs at 16x 4x. Will that make a problem with crossfireing two 5770?
BigpoppaFrary, as previously mentioned please check out this offering from Biostar: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813138141. After the MIR it's under $100. This board has a onboard video adapter and does Crossfire (8x, 8x).

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sry for DP, but will 16x then 4x really make a diff over 8x and 8x ?
Maybe Tator can answer that question but I don't think you would know the difference regardless of what the numbers say in terms of allotted bandwidth ect. Maybe if enough eye candy (AF, AA) is used then it may show...

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BGA is the surface mounted packaging on the m1695 (and most nwer surface mount) NB pci-e bridge chip.

I burned up a little modeling clay to hold it in place And I've got pci-e back.
Hueristic, are you saying one there was a broken solder joint on the chipset (ULi m1695)? How does this occur after a reboot? God job on the fix

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...Hueristic, are you saying one there was a broken solder joint on the chipset (ULi m1695)? How does this occur after a reboot? God job on the fix

Good luck
Apparently so, I have no clue as to how it could have happened during a hot reboot. I was totally confused because I misremembered the 1695 as having the agp and pci-e on chip. which was driving me nuts as if one worked the other should. But I looked it up again and it is that it allows agp on the same bus and only controls the pci-e. so N2 had offered me a good board at a good price and I found a used replacement for $15 and said well can't hurt to try.
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Hueristic, are you saying one there was a broken solder joint on the chipset (ULi m1695)? How does this occur after a reboot? God job on the fix

Good luck
I would think it is similar to the bake your graphics card trick where if the system was able to boot w/that pcie slot say 10 days ago but has been heated up to a point where the soldered joint/s loose contact then after a reboot the joint disables the bios from detecting the slot or chip if it was a power issue. Who really knows what joint failed but either way it was dead and now it's alive again.

Good Job Hue
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I would think it is similar to the bake your graphics card trick where if the system was able to boot w/that pcie slot say 10 days ago but has been heated up to a point where the soldered joint/s loose contact then after a reboot the joint disables the bios from detecting the slot or chip if it was a power issue. Who really knows what joint failed but either way it was dead and now it's alive again.

Good Job Hue
Lets hope it lasts till I get the new board. I'll need your help. I've never owned a 939 DFI.
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Lets hope it lasts till I get the new board. I'll need your help. I've never owned a 939 DFI.
I have to copy My Driver disk for you and put a copy of the user manual in there for you. If I had enough ink I would print it out for you so you have it while your setting it up but they can be downloaded PDF format any way. Your gonna love it. I promise. Once you get it all set up and running properly. What kind of DDR Ram do you have to put in it because these boards are very picky w/ram...
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I'll need your help. I've never owned a 939 DFI.
Hueristic, prepare yourself for variety of bios options
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I have to copy My Driver disk for you and put a copy of the user manual in there for you. If I had enough ink I would print it out for you so you have it while your setting it up by they can be downloaded PDF format any way. Your gonna love it. I promise. Once you get it all set up and running properly. What kind of DDR Ram do you have to put in it because these boards are very picky w/ram...
That depends, Should I use the 3800X2 over my 165? 10x sounds good. I think I'll have to run them both. I'm pretty happy with the 280htt I get on the opty with a socket a cooler on there. Yes guys I've been too lazy (as well as swamped) to swap out the cooler.

I think I have to strip all 3 systems and reorder their roles. Right now my main system is the opty165 and I've got the 3800X2 folding and a 6750 (775 so shoot me) for htpc. Not really the best roles ATM. but I really don't 3d game anymore so It hasn't really bothered me. I'd be putting the corsair 3200 512X2 and generic nanyo 3200 256X2 on the dfi. I was going to put the true on the 165 but that's kind of overkill so I think I'll put it on the 6750 and put the silent 775d on the dfi with whichever cpu gives me the higher OC.

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Hueristic, prepare yourself for variety of bios options
Not sure brain can handle any more options these days!
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