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If it's not too much to ask I would love it if the guys with the 955's would post some screen shots like BigJohn44 That way I can link to them to hopefully help others out.

Edit BigJohn44 could you put up the memory tabs as well please.

Guys please pay no attention to the next post It's for the list.
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 8/13/09 at 9:37pm
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M2N32 SLI-Deluxe
M2N SLI-Deluxe
M2N SLI
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 8/13/09 at 9:30pm
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N2Gaming, reset the BIOS to the factory defaults and see if you can change the Hypertransport speed after that. Maybe there was an option or something you missed that is locking it at that speed. That is quite strange
I think any time you pull a cpu out of the socket and put anther cpu in the socket the BIOS settings automatically default. I maid the proper adjustments. It may be my OS install. I was using a x2 5400+ cpu w/the duel core optimizer and I uninstalled it but that did not help any. I may give it a shot here is a little bit again. I think I may need to reload the OS and see if that changes any thing. If not then I may try a different bios Version Maybe 2207 or 2208 IDK yet.

Regarding the cold boot issue. From the few hours that I have spent on this I can see that the cold boot issue is still there in the 2205 BIOS. However I also noticed if the the BIOS has the Standby mode set to S3 for Suspend to Ram then I can wake my pc up every time w/out having to hit the reset button. I'm not sure if S3 uses much more power then when the computer is off but it sure gets rid of the cold boot issue and it sure boots up a lot faster.

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Thanks eclipse once again Good work. I have had those links on the OP for quite a while now just incase no one knows about it. I should prolly reword it so that people/members can find it easier.
Edited by N2Gaming - 8/13/09 at 9:39pm
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So we still have a cold boot issue? Do you know which CPU's that effects? I'd like to put something in the list about that.

Also I have noticed that too about pulling the cpu. That makes me think that the clear cmos jumpers must tie in to the Cpu some how.
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So we still have a cold boot issue? Do you know which CPU's that effects? I'd like to put something in the list about that.

Also I have noticed that too about pulling the cpu. That makes me think that the clear cmos jumpers must tie in to the Cpu some how.

I think the CMOS is reset to default any time you pull the cpu because the hardware that the CMOS is use to finding is no loger there so it can't complete the post w/the settings for hardware that no longer exist's. Remeber your bios is the programmed coding that is only changable by the user upon flashing and the CMOS is the SRAM chip that holds all the information regarding what hardware is installed and what settings you prefer the system to use in order to run properly. Does that make any sense at all?

EDIT: this is also why most of the times when you add a HDD or a USB thumb drive you get the message at post telling the operator that the hardware has changed Hit F1 to continue or Del to enter the BIOS.
Edited by N2Gaming - 8/13/09 at 9:55pm
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I think the CMOS is reset to default any time you pull the cpu because the hardware that the CMOS is use to finding is no loger there so it can't complete the post. Remeber your bios is the programmed coding that is only changable by the user upon flashing and the CMOS is the SRAM chip that holds all the information regarding what hardware is installed and what settings you prefer the system to use in order to run properly. Does that make any sense at all?
Yeah some.

Now I dont know if any of you have seen a megalhelm in comparison but I know I could never find any good pics and the topic was brought up in another thread so here are some pics. I would have taken some better ones with my real cam, but it seems my wife has hidden the memory card. :swearing:
All I can say is it's one big son of a gun!



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Yeah some.

Now I dont know if any of you have seen a megalhelm in comparison but I know I could never find any good pics and the topic was brought up in another thread so here are some pics. I would have taken some better ones with my real cam, but it seems my wife has hidden the memory card. :swearing:
All I can say is it's one big son of a gun!
Just incase you did not get a chance to read this link several posts ago. Here you go once again. This link explains it way better then I ever could w/in the time limits of this post. Taking the mystery out of CMOS

Dang that is one big HS

I just love it when the significant other hides thing from me. Motorcycle keys comes to mind :swearing:
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As requested is a cpuz validation for the cpu list;

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=644413

Its been stable for 10 hours now stress testing with four orthos tests running at once.

Ive also had it higher at 3.825ghz where it caused an error after 10 hours with four orthos tests.

Still trying to figure out how to raise my nb frequency...
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As requested is a cpuz validation for the cpu list;

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=644413

Its been stable for 10 hours now stress testing with four orthos tests running at once.

Ive also had it higher at 3.825ghz where it caused an error after 10 hours with four orthos tests.

Still trying to figure out how to raise my nb frequency...
Thanks!

N2G I actually just stole those off of the front page and put them in the post so that I could link to them from the list. I think It's a little cleaner that way.
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As requested is a cpuz validation for the cpu list;

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=644413

Its been stable for 10 hours now stress testing with four orthos tests running at once.

Ive also had it higher at 3.825ghz where it caused an error after 10 hours with four orthos tests.

Still trying to figure out how to raise my nb frequency...

Wow thats awesome that even these brand new CPU's work in our old mobo's.



Any idea of the speed compared to the new 790FX mobo's?
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