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looks like ill just keep my second board as a backup it works great i updated the BIOS to 5002 and its working awesome did a little bit of testing got 312 fsb on the 4200+ with the cheap geil memory that it came with and looks be a solid board have to test the sata ports make sure there working correctly one of the caps near them was leaking a little could have t replace it with a new solid cap if they dont work correctly will see also need to get a new heat sink mount but other then that was a good deal being free the 4200+ was scratched to hell probably sand that down make it smooth again smile.gif will post screen shots when i get it up in running however resonantly the weather here is been a hot 90+ and i don't have air conditioning so had to drop my other board from 4ghz back to stock and undervolt it a tad to get it back under 42c where i like it was running about 48c which was ok i gess but i like it to be lower the 45c idk why just how i am lol smile.gif
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I have not looked at this thread in months and congrats to all the people that are putting Phenom II's in their boards.
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ok im having a small issue lately need some help alright so when i turn off my rig it turns of like normal but when i restart my rig it gets stuck at a black screen could be that my gtx580 is causing a hang during reboot as it only seems to happen when i reboot and another thing i noticed is when i unplug my rig the bios keeps all the setting but the clock doesnt seem to keep the time well it does but it stays the same time as what it was when i unpluged is that normal with the 5002 bios ? never really noticed it before and i didnt have the hang on reboot issue until i installed the 580

I have a 570GTX that has been on my board for 2 years now but I nave noticed this issue myself but only in the last couple months. It does not happen every time I reboot from within windows but when it does, i just power it off and it is just fine. The only hardware upgrade that I did was upgrade my Corsair XMS2 800 to 8gb Gskill 1066. I also took my ref clock from 235 to running at 274.
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yeah the wattage will always be wrong wink.gif i mean look at my wattage http://valid.canardpc.com/2792528

Damn nice overclock thumb.gif My chip needs that voltage just to even be stable at 4GHz and got a custom loop just to be able to run it without any issues. I have shifted focus on getting the CPU-NB even higher which is a challenge to do on these boards(or any AM2 board) since there is no independent setting for it so ref clocking is the only way to go.

Nice find on that M2N32 find even though it is covered in tar.... Yuck I refuse to work with parts from smokers but i will have to keep that Soap and water trick in mind.
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So gents, I have finally managed to get my hands on a 980BE! And only for $40. biggrin.gif

So in the next couple weeks when it arrives, I hope to hit the legendary 4ghz on this old dinosaur of a mobo with the crappy VRM's it has compared to its big brother the M2N32. At least I will only have 300mhz to OC from the get go. thumb.gif
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Hi again,
not setting the CPU Voltage on a static value was a mistake though.
Now my system boots with a 965 on 3,4 Ghz! Yay! :-)
Thanks to all u guys keep this forum running and collecting all the data about our most awesome mainboard!
See ya!
Welcome to the club! These old M2N boards will surprise you for sure.
Edited by Fossil - 6/2/13 at 2:30pm
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So gents, I have finally managed to get my hands on a 980BE! And only for $40. biggrin.gif

So in the next couple weeks when it arrives, I hope to hit the legendary 4ghz on this old dinosaur of a mobo with the crappy VRM's it has compared to its big brother the M2N32. At least I will only have 300mhz to OC from the get go. thumb.gif
Welcome to the club! These old M2N boards will surprise you for sure.

I have not been able to get either of my chips stable over3.6, ( on 2 different m2n non 32's)so if you can let me know what the magic settings is!
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I have not been able to get either of my chips stable over3.6, ( on 2 different m2n non 32's)so if you can let me know what the magic settings is!
I "could" get 3.7ghz stable on my 965, it just takes a huge voltage bump so I said screw it, lol.
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After trying for months to nail down a cold boot issue with my M2N32-SLI, I think I finally have it fixed. I had tried different CPUs, a dozen different sticks of RAM, a different PSU - nothing fixed the cold boot issue. It turns out that the fix was two changes in the BIOS. The RAM needed locked in at 667 and I also changed the Command Rate from AUTO to 2T timings. Since those changes no more cold boot issues.

I'm running an AMD 9750 BE at stock with a pair of 7900GS cards in SLI on this board. I picked up a small Kingston 40GB SSD to use as a boot drive along with a 320GB HDD for storage. The plan was to build a windows 8.1 beta testbed - now all I need is Win 8.1 beta (to arrive June 26 I believe). I soon found that the heatsink I had for this build was woefully inadequate for the temps the Phenom put off, and since I had not hooked up the two 80mm noisemaker fans in the Antec 830 case I was using my CPU temps soon soared to 51c.

Luckily, I have plenty of aftermarket HSFs left in the parts pile to use to try and cool this chip, but I am just glad I finally have dealt with the cold boot issues that plagued this board since I bought it about 3 years ago.

The same board was used with a Phenom X4 965 a few years ago, but it was never a good fit for that board - it was more of a 'me too' moment of fleeting hardware fun that many in this thread have succumbed to. Anyhoo, it's been a great board once you deal with its finicky nature.
 
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The same board was used with a Phenom X4 965 a few years ago, but it was never a good fit for that board - it was more of a 'me too' moment of fleeting hardware fun that many in this thread have succumbed to. Anyhoo, it's been a great board once you deal with its finicky nature.
Not sure I understand what you mean here?
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What I mean is the chip didn't properly work without installing software to hard lock the multiplier .. it defaulted to running at 800mhz so you had to change the multi for each of the cores in the Nvidia control panel or disable Cool 'n Quiet in the BIOS to get it to run at its proper speed.
I was trying to move away from DDR2 boards at that time so I purchased an MSI 790X-G45 board and used the 965 BE with that. No fiddling with any utilities to lock the multi, no disabling of CnQ to worry about ... it just worked.

I still enjoy the M2N32 SLI, and as one of the few Asus boards I have owned over the years, I appreciate their efforts to update the BIOS time after time when other vendors had already moved along and left their end users to buy a newer board to support the newest CPUs.
 
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Not sure I understand what you mean here?


me neither... I own two of these boards running Phenom iis overclocked that are solid. a newer board would be nice, but I can't justify the expense for effectively no reason for me
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What I mean is the chip didn't properly work without installing software to hard lock the multiplier .. it defaulted to running at 800mhz so you had to change the multi for each of the cores in the Nvidia control panel or disable Cool 'n Quiet in the BIOS to get it to run at its proper speed.
I was trying to move away from DDR2 boards at that time so I purchased an MSI 790X-G45 board and used the 965 BE with that. No fiddling with any utilities to lock the multi, no disabling of CnQ to worry about ... it just worked.

I still enjoy the M2N32 SLI, and as one of the few Asus boards I have owned over the years, I appreciate their efforts to update the BIOS time after time when other vendors had already moved along and left their end users to buy a newer board to support the newest CPUs.

Oh I see. Well since you bought an AM3 board I can see why you didn't want to bother. I know I'll be doing all that fun stuff over again when I swap in my 980 when it arrives.
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