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looks good to me.
K! done. I figured I would get your input as you are running this thread.
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post #3582 of 12343
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Kingfisher,welcome to OCN,
Firstly check out these posts about the 955 on this board;http://www.overclock.net/6927902-post3235.htmlandhttp://www.overclock.net/6936062-post3267.html.
That should help get your cpu up to at least stock speed.
Then we can shoot for the moon.

good luck

Gyro
Dear Gyro

I looked at the messages in the threads you suggested, I multiplied my CPU by 16 and kept the FSB at 200mhz all in the same restart, then things went from bad to worst.

Now the bios I am using is 2208, and on every first boot it would'nt the powerlight was the only light on not a flicker elseware, after every time this happened I had to Load the Bios defaults, so this is why I have not been in contact sorry.

Now I am sure this is not an overclock problem as I am at stock for this 955cpu, but something els, The CPU temp is 35 ish, having changed the cooling tower, the tower fan is ticking over at 350rpm. I am not using the "Cool & Quiet" but I am using the CPU and Chassis Q control on "Optimal". I did also change the Motherboard battery. Could this be the problem?

Kingfisher
Edited by Kingfisher - 9/29/09 at 5:21am
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Glad to hear another person has had good results with this board and the new AM3 CPU's! You have been added to the compatibly list. :
So am I. This board was a very sound purchase. I think I'll be sticking with Asus for future purchases. ^_^

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Slink, I don't believe you on that.
Bahahah I didn't get your joke until th|nk3r notified me of my... error... lol Once again, excuse my copy-paste blooper ^_^
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post #3584 of 12343
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Dear Gyro

I looked at the messages in the threads you suggested, I multiplied my CPU by 16 and kept the FSB at 200mhz all in the same restart, then things went from bad to worst.

Now the bios I am using is 2208, and on every first boot it would'nt the powerlight was the only light on not a flicker elseware, after every time this happened I had to Load the Bios defaults, so this is why I have not been in contact sorry.

Now I am sure this is not an overclock problem as I am at stock for this 955cpu, but something els, The CPU temp is 35 ish, having changed the cooling tower, the tower fan is ticking over at 350rpm. I am not using the "Cool & Quiet" but I am using the CPU and Chassis Q control on "Optimal". I did also change the Motherboard battery. Could this be the problem?

Kingfisher
Have you tried a cpu that is supported by ASUS to rule out mobo problems. It may be possible for your BIOS chip to have been damaged or some circuits in the mobo to be faultering and you may need a repair or replacement mobo. Let's hope not. Do you get a CMOS check sum error every time you have to reset the bios to defaults?
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Yeah I kinda figured that and I think the best way would just be to have it like this.

Anonymous: X4 940 (insert link here) on M2N-SLI
You should repair the list, because "anonymous" (Cyber-Cb) has X4 955 on M2N-SLI Deluxe, but I have X4 940 (validation in my system informations).
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You should repair the list, because "anonymous" (Cyber-Cb) has X4 955 on M2N-SLI Deluxe, but I have X4 940 (validation in my system informations).
thanks Kolos, did you link us a valid cpuz link for your x4 940?
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thanks Kolos, did you link us a valid cpuz link for your x4 940?
I didn't posted in any post, but it is in description of my system.

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I didn't posted in any post, but it is in description of my system.

Thanks for letting us know where you had it hidden. I my self rarely look for hidden easter eggs like the one you have in your system info. I surely don't expect eclipse to go looking into every system info for this information as well.

Thanks for your cpuz link.
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I looked at the messages in the threads you suggested, I multiplied my CPU by 16 and kept the FSB at 200mhz all in the same restart, then things went from bad to worst.

Now the bios I am using is 2208, and on every first boot it would'nt the powerlight was the only light on not a flicker elseware, after every time this happened I had to Load the Bios defaults, so this is why I have not been in contact sorry.
Kingfisher, what processor were you running prior to flashing to bios 2208 and was everything working great? That cpu fan speed is pretty low but I don't think it would effect your machine from POSTing correctly. Did you make sure to mount the cooler on properly with the right amount of thermal compound?

Good luck
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Thanks for letting us know where you had it hidden. I my self rarely look for hidden easter eggs like the one you have in your system info. I surely don't expect eclipse to go looking into every system info for this information as well.

Thanks for your cpuz link.
All over the web there are many users running X4 940 on M2N-SLI Deluxe, so, if I'm honest, my validation does not have any special value. It is not golden egg, so I'm not disappointed because you didn't find it . More important is that we now have proof about X4 955.
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