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thanks guys will check the battery. but i recently changed the battery couple a months ago. and didnt have this problem till i reinstalled vista. was having bsod's all the time so checked everything and finally found out that one of my ram was bad but i already reinstalled vista and ever since the reinstall been gettin this problem.

will check the battery an let a guys know.
thanks again!
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Hey chad would it be to much to ask you to re explain your problem agian. I would just like to make sure we are working w/a cold boot Power On Self Test "POST" issue and not a warm boot into windows issue. Sorry for asking you to do this I just want to make sure we are not spinning our wheels here trying to diagnose the wrong thing.

Thanks
Edited by N2Gaming - 8/10/09 at 2:05pm
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Before you go out and buy new batteries you may as well download PC Wizard 09 - as well as being a very useful app it also lists the cmos battery voltage under sensors, VBAT. Also seems to interact very well with this mobo, unlike some versions of everest I have tried out.
Downloaded this program and i really like it!
I do have a question though - I'm trying to work out what each of the temps represent.
Obviously the top two are self explanitory;

Processor Temperature :40 °C
Mainboard Temperature :27 °C
Power/Aux Temperature :53 °C
ACPI Thermal Zone :40 °C

But im not sure what the bottom two are...
When i run a video stress test or a ram stress test the power/aux temerature climbs to over 75c which is scary!
Is this the northbridge sensor and should it go that high?
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post #3104 of 12359
It may be the GPU sensor as those temps sound bout right, unless it happens when you stress only the ram as well.
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It may be the GPU sensor as those temps sound bout right, unless it happens when you stress only the ram as well.
Yea - it happens when i stress only the ram aswell....

I cant seem to figure out what those temps are for...
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post #3106 of 12359
Well you could always try the case fan method. Take a case fan and aim it at different components untill you see the temps drop.
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Well I finally got paid so instead of getting insurance for my CBR600RR, I've decided to see whether the Phenom II x4 955 will work on my M2N-32 SLi Deluxe by buying one.

Should be here tomoz!

Any ideas what BIOS you recommend I should update to before putting the beast in my M2N32?

Currently I'm on BIOS 2205 :-)
Hi Ultrasbm,

I'm new to the forum but just installed a P2 X4 955be on the M2N32-SLI Deluxe Motherboard without too many problems. The cpu and mobo really like each other. I upgraded from an AMD FX62 and had AMD's 2-core power mgmt software installed. The new 4-core CPU didn't like the 2-core power mgmt driver. I had to uninstall it because it would not allow Windows to install. It would POST, start loading windows, get to the "welcome" screen then immediately reboot. The problem was quickly resolved once the aforementioned pwr mgmt software was uninstalled.

Obviously, the first thing you need to do is update your bios. I am using Bios Ver 2208. I have a CoolerMaster HAF-932 case which works really well along with the stock cpu cooler. CPU tems range from 38-idle to 45-loaded. I simply upped the 955be's multipler and got a very stable 3.8gb overclock. Bios temps showed no appreciable increase at idle and only plus/minus 1-degree when loaded. Presently I am running 3.6GB with auto cpu voltage (1.088v) and it overclocks without any problems and/or additional adjustment. I have my memory set for 'Performance" but other than that, have had no other problems. I think the secret to my sucess is the great default cooling the HAF-932 case provides and the fact that I updated the mobo's bios prior to the cpu switch.

I also just installed the 64bit version of Windows-7 RC and really like it. I now see all 4GBs of memory. The only pain in the bippy is reinstalling some of my programs. I have two 500gb WD hard drives in RAID-0. I presently run three partitions (sys, programs & data). When I upgraded from Win XP Pro I simply did a clean Win-7 install on the system partition. The programs & data partitions were unaffected. Worked like a charm.

Anyway, this is probably more info than you want but rest assured that the Phenom II 955be works just fine with the M2N32-SLI Deluxe MOBO. Hope this helps. Regards.

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Downloaded this program and i really like it!
I do have a question though - I'm trying to work out what each of the temps represent.
Obviously the top two are self explanitory;

Processor Temperature :40 °C
Mainboard Temperature :27 °C
Power/Aux Temperature :53 °C
ACPI Thermal Zone :40 °C

But im not sure what the bottom two are...
When i run a video stress test or a ram stress test the power/aux temerature climbs to over 75c which is scary!
Is this the northbridge sensor and should it go that high?
Hiya Zero. You're lucky, mine jumps to 127C. And although the northbridge does get hot it isn't unbearable to the touch. I seem to have asked about this error a few times, memory problems , and I think the conclusion is that the sensor is faulty. I keep on meaning to get a temp sensor but...
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Hey guys, I was wondering if the TT Big Typhoon VX would be any better then my CM GeminII S? I currently run 3396Mhz (3405 was unstable ) at 1.4825v and never gets over 51 Degrees Celsius on tests.
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hey i was wondering if the m2n sli could take a phenom x4 9950 be 140w processor
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