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yeah, but most peeps on the 7750 forum have had NO problems, then again they mostly have newer boards
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So Slink, your temps are as high as mine then?
Right now I'm at Stock that is 200x13.5 with 1.2 v's at idle its about 45ish and at full load i'm hitting 68!! not really much room to OC, ,most guys over at the 7750 forum have temps around 50 Oc @3.2 full load!
do you think its our board?
Good question. Yes, I do. First of all, I am typing this as I have the CPU voltage set at 1.1625v at stock speed settings (2.7 GHz), with my CPU fan cranked. The current temp reading from Everest is ~44*C idle. It actually seemed to boot fine even lower (at 1.5v) but I didn't want to push it there yet, because it failed at 2 steps lower (1.375v). However, our mobo over-volts the CPU by some strange amount (currently running at 1.184v instead of 1.625). My utmost recommendation is that you test to see how low you can set the voltage while keeping the system stable. Any unnecessary over-volting = extra heat.
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Also to note is every time i clear cmos i get the CMOS error checksum show up, if i push f1 i can boot ok, been running prime95 now for over 4 hrs and all looks good cpu temp around 70 C.
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post #1744 of 12343
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Also to note is every time i clear cmos i get the CMOS error checksum show up, if i push f1 i can boot ok, been running prime95 now for over 4 hrs and all looks good cpu temp around 70 C.
Pubsquash, sounds like your machine isn't happy with the factory default settings in the BIOS. I recommend going into the BIOS and manually making changes so that your memory matches up correctly (sub-timings, voltage ect) and your processor settings (multiplier, HTT ect). Take as many things off of AUTO as you can.

Have you tried testing with a different CMOS battery as mentioned in my previous post?

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post #1745 of 12343
yep tried a different battery still no go. I reverted back to 2001, and all good now boots fine,

Thanks guys for you help
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Try to flash to the 2205 again. Sometimes it taks a couple of tries.

Good Luck,

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Installed the 920 on the M2N32-SLI and it works perfectly from the first boot. Installed the new BIOS and now the processor is recognized. Cranked the FSB to 240mhz, dropped the HT to 4x, dropped the memory to 667mhz (so it runs at the stock 800mhz), left the multi at 14, raised the voltage to 1.375v for a final clock speed of 3360mhz. Stable as a rock with a Scythe Mugen 2, temps peaking at 52C. In Vista 64-bit all 8GB from 4 sticks of RAM are recognized.

The only problem is that it's only recognizing one of the two 9800GTX+ for SLI. Do you have to install an 590 driver or something for them to work? Only one 9800GTX+ shows up in the device manager (although the LEDs are on for both cards).
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Also to note is every time i clear cmos i get the CMOS error checksum show up, if i push f1 i can boot ok, been running prime95 now for over 4 hrs and all looks good cpu temp around 70 C.
That temp is way too high, the temperature max for a 940 is 62C.
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Installed the 920 on the M2N32-SLI and it works perfectly from the first boot. Installed the new BIOS and now the processor is recognized. Cranked the FSB to 240mhz, dropped the HT to 4x, dropped the memory to 667mhz (so it runs at the stock 800mhz), left the multi at 14, raised the voltage to 1.375v for a final clock speed of 3360mhz. Stable as a rock with a Scythe Mugen 2, temps peaking at 52C. In Vista 64-bit all 8GB from 4 sticks of RAM are recognized.

The only problem is that it's only recognizing one of the two 9800GTX+ for SLI. Do you have to install an 590 driver or something for them to work? Only one 9800GTX+ shows up in the device manager (although the LEDs are on for both cards).
Are you trying to run 2 x 9800GTX cards or are you trying to sli a single GTX card???
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2x 9800GTX+ cards (on a 750w Corsair PSU). The second one is not recognized in Windows. Do you have to install the nForce 590 chipset drivers first to be able to have Windows find the second one?
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