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do you think my OC would incrase if i back dated my bios to 2205? im using the 2207 beta now
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do you think my OC would incrase if i back dated my bios to 2205? im using the 2207 beta now
It's hard to say but any thing is possible. We are all starting over w/these new Ph II cpu's in this board so trial and error will be your best asset when it comes to questions like that. Some times it will make a difference and other times it will not. I personally have not used your cpu in this board or the 2207 bios so I don't have any comparisons that I can refer to for you. Maybe some one else here has tried the 2207 and 2205 bios w/your cpu and could share their experience w/us.

I'd like to see all the settings that ninjjah used to get that NB to 2400
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It's hard to say but any thing is possible. We are all starting over w/these new Ph II cpu's in this board so trial and error will be your best asset when it comes to questions like that. Some times it will make a difference and other times it will not. I personally have not used your cpu in this board or the 2207 bios so I don't have any comparisons that I can refer to for you. Maybe some one else here has tried the 2207 and 2205 bios w/your cpu and could share their experience w/us.

I'd like to see all the settings that ninjjah used to get that NB to 2400

yeah i would love it aswell - it seems noone has done what i've done they ahve all jumped on the Ph 2 bandwagon
post #2574 of 12343
Cool club!

I have a M2N SLI Deluxe and have a question, is there a vdroop mod for the board? I get real bad vdroop, I set my vcore in bios to 1.325v and in windows at idle its 1.232v!
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Do you have cool N quiet enabled? If so that might explain it. Nomally these boards overvolt by a little.
Edited by N2Gaming - 6/27/09 at 10:21am
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Yeah they usually overvolt but not very much like .05v
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Cool club!

I have a M2N SLI Deluxe and have a question, is there a vdroop mod for the board? I get real bad vdroop, I set my vcore in bios to 1.325v and in windows at idle its 1.232v!
You're not alone my friend. My board also has some wicked vdroop. (3.1GHz on 1.2 volt

However, I got a few questions for ya:

1. How do I work the Asus MyLogo thing? Googling and Asus's website haven't turned anything good up yet. And I am sure my board's compatible with it.
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Hey Simfreak47 That would be a function in your bios. I have never tried to put up my own boot logo but I think it works as follows. You would have to create your own image file and save it in a format that your bios can read then save the image file on a floppy or a usb thumb drive and then go into bios and load the file in the bios then enable the logo at boot up.

Hope that helps,

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Hey Simfreak47 That would be a function in your bios. I have never tried to put up my own boot logo but I think it works as follows. You would have to create your own image file and save it in a format that your bios can read then save the image file on a floppy or a usb thumb drive and then go into bios and load the file in the bios then enable the logo at boot up.

Hope that helps,

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Ahh so I use the EZ flash utility?
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I don't think so. I could go log into my bios and get back to you.
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