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AllenG I just found this thread and am hoping for the best.

cobraxp Reply on 4/28/2009,12:30:41 PM Post#1
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My Phenom II X4 955 is showing at 800 MHz. I have everything at stock setting. Am I doing something wrong?




Quote Top PeterUK Reply on 4/28/2009,3:54:10 PM Post#2 Posts 442
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Showing where? BIOS or CPU-Z? Idle or load?
If benchmarks show it to be running at full speed then its just the BIOS not showing it correctly.




Quote Top RawR Reply on 4/29/2009,8:57:26 PM Post#3
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I am having the exact same issue. I have the P14 BIOS revision that was supposed to make this AM3 compatible. Yet the BIOS and Windows Vista Premium default this processor to 800mhz. Even if you manually clock it up to what the spec for the X4 955 BE are supposed to be, windows and all benchmarking utilities still read it as 800 mhz. What gives? Why say a BIOS revision makes the motherboard AM3 compatible when it isn't. Now I am quite possibly stuck with a processor I wont be able to use.

BTW I am using a Foxconn Destroyer motherboard, and yes it was on the list of motherboards with a BIOS revision. Something needs to be done about this soon or Foxconn is going to have alot of angry customers.





Quote Top cobraxp Reply on 4/29/2009,9:14:07 PM Post#4
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I spoke with someone at Foxconn. Dude was super cool. Said it was in the works. The comp I installed the the 955BE was one a customers comp. I didn't even bother installing mine yet. I still have the 940BE for now. Hope this happens before Saturday. I got some benchmarking to do on Saturday for potential customers. They dig the benchmark scores with this board.




Quote Top RawR Reply on 4/29/2009,10:11:03 PM Post#5
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That's cool, thanks for posting that. I hope it is soon too. I love my motherboard I was really upset when I installed the processor and had these problems. I will keep a lookout for the fix.



Quote Top cobraxp Reply on Yesterday,6:17:49 AM Post#6
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Hopefully its will be out soon. MSI is also lagging behind with one of there boards too. Asus and Biostar came out with one a few days ahead of time as far as the 780a/750a series goes. Hopefully I can benchmark by this weekend. I would hate to go through the trouble of doing a motherboard switch just cause of an update.



Quote Top cobraxp Reply on Yesterday,6:20:41 AM Post#7
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I also hope they fix the issue with the north bridge. You can't change the speed of it by its self. You have to oc the fsb which is weird and takes away some performance.



Quote Top cobraxp Reply on Today,5:26:52 AM Post#8
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I have been checking everyday. On this site and the quantum force site too. I will keep my eyes open but there are alot of impatient people I have to deal with. Sorry to sound naggy but I am under some heat. With some of the customers having this sold with me saying it is supported and if there is an issue the update would come out as soon as the cpu comes out. Thx.



Quote Top N2Gaming Reply on Today,2:25:23 PM Post#9 Posts 4
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Yes we need to see the Ph II Cool N Quiet support as well as the NB to CPU multiplier. Please Foxconn, there are many users who would love to purchase one of these mobo's if you are able to remedy the NB multiplier. Thank you, N2G



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AllenG I just found this thread and am hoping for the best.
Yeah, i saw a review on newegg of a guy with that problem. Thats what made me consider the DFI board, infact... the one they are using in that video. Might just go that route anyways and buy a 3ware 4 port raid controller and not care what onboard raid i have from now on. LOL
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I remain full of hope.

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Yeah, i saw a review on newegg of a guy with that problem. Thats what made me consider the DFI board, infact... the one they are using in that video. Might just go that route anyways and buy a 3ware 4 port raid controller and not care what onboard raid i have from now on. LOL
AllenG just keep in mind that mobo in the YouTube world record video is for ATI Crossfire so if you plan on using multiple GPU's you may want to wait until Nvidia released mobo's will support SLI if that is the solution for your needs.
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I remain full of hope.

AllenG just keep in mind that mobo in the YouTube world record video is for ATI Crossfire so if you plan on using multiple GPU's you may want to wait until Nvidia released mobo's will support SLI if that is the solution for your needs.
Thanks, no need for that for now. Just needs to haul along with my single 8800 gtx and maybe an 8400gs for physics. SLI with GTX series cards is going to wait till im on a DDR3 Nvidia board anyways.
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Thanks, no need for that for now. Just needs to haul along with my single 8800 gtx and maybe an 8400gs for physics. SLI with GTX series cards is going to wait till im on a DDR3 Nvidia board anyways.
I'm waiting for PCIe 3.0, DDR3, USB 3.0 and AM3, AM3+, or AM4 (supposing AMD sticks to their current naming convention). EDIT: I might even move toward Intel! *shrug*
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Well I just finished reading this thread about one of the guys who had his hand in the responsibility of naming the Foxconn enthusiasts mobo's. It's kind of sad yet very enlightening never the less. http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=222458
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...E:B:SS:US:1123

I noticed this and figured some one here might want one of these cpu's so there is a good deal right there.

Good Luck Guys,

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I'm waiting for PCIe 3.0, DDR3, USB 3.0 and AM3, AM3+, or AM4 (supposing AMD sticks to their current naming convention). EDIT: I might even move toward Intel! *shrug*
don't forget SATA III...
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don't forget SATA III...
Good point, but sata 2 is currently overkill as it is.
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if you have m2n32-sli motherboard, can you please see what resistor size is the one i pointed out in the picture?

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