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Hello Everyone

I am new to the forums, and have been reading some excellent posts and info on various members being able to run the newer X4 cpu's on this board.

I am considering purchasing a 125 watt 965BE when they become available in my area.

I decided to install the Nvidia System Tools v 6.05.23.05 software to check it out after reading some posts from people running it in order to familiarize myself with it. Can anyone running the same MB as me tell me if they get the same reading for the MCP temp? Mine reads 235C which obviously can't be correct. What is this reading from on the board? My MCP PCI E and SPP PCI are reading 2500mhz. My system is not overclocked. I sure would be interested in hearing from some other M2N32-SLI owners to see if this is normal?

Great forum you folks have here!!

Thanks for your time.
RBA, can you take a screenshot of the mcp temp reading,I can't find that temp reading in my setup.

Thanks

Gyro
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JoeSamo86, did you make sure to set the correct sub-timings and voltage for your memory? I believe your kit calls for 5-5-5-18 at 2.2 volts. Try also a command rate of 2T. Did you give the processor some voltage?

Good luck

Hey think3r and N2..pretty sure one of my sticks is bad. Reset the CMOS this morning at work and am running a MemTest86 4.0 and i think im getting some failing address's !!! So this could be the problem as to why my system is not stabilizing. Wonder if OZC honors bad ram that i bought on 6/3/2008 ??? if not guess ill need some new ram or i have 4 one gig sticks of ocz ram as linked here http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227178

ill keep letting the test run...wonder if it tells me which stick is bad?
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JoeSamo86, ocz ram has a life time warranty,if you do rma make sure you send back both sticks of the kit,so you get a matched pair back.

Good luck

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JoeSamo86, ocz ram has a life time warranty,if you do rma make sure you send back both sticks of the kit,so you get a matched pair back.

Good luck

Gyro
Will do that today ..man its the week of failing for me. Ram fails. Video Card Fails. But at least ill get all replacements and be happy again Ninja replacements!
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any1 know if i can crossflash the bios on a m2n sli plus to sli deluxe? ty guys
I did some quick googling and the m2n sli plus seems to be quite different from the m2n sli deluxe. I very much doubt it will work.

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Just a question, can ya use the Crosshair bios in the M2N32SLI-Deluxe?
I read a post at the Asus support forum a while back where someone had tried that. It didn't work very well at. He ended up having to buy a new BIOS chip for his board.
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So i did what he said, i downloaded the latest bios of both the deluxe board(2208) and the crosshair II(2202) and then extracted the rom of crosshair II using the /gv3 so i typed: c:\\>folder> cbrom195 2202.bin /gv3 2208.bin but i get the error message "2202.bin have not enough space for adding rom. <over a125Dh bytes>"
Raizen91, did you make sure you were extracting the files to the C:\\ drive and not a floppy?

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So this could be the problem as to why my system is not stabilizing. Wonder if OZC honors bad ram that i bought on 6/3/2008
JoeSamo86, here is some RMA information that may provide some assistance:

http://www.ocztechnology.com/support/warranty/ (second column explains the warranty)
http://www.ocztechnology.com/support/customer-faqs/#3 (RMA FAQ)

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Gyro

How do I post a screen shot?
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RBA, I typically save the screen shot as a .jpg image. You can then on the bottom click, "Manage Attachments". Browse for your attachment and click "Upload". Make sure you are in "Advanced mode" during the time you are posting or you won't see the manage attachments option.

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JoeSamo86, here is some RMA information that may provide some assistance:

http://www.ocztechnology.com/support/warranty/ (second column explains the warranty)
http://www.ocztechnology.com/support/customer-faqs/#3 (RMA FAQ)

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Thanks think..already went ahead and did it this morning though =) just waiting for a reply by email so i can pack them and ship them out
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Raizen91, did you make sure you were extracting the files to the C:\\ drive and not a floppy?
Yup, i was extracting it in a temporary folder in c:\\>.

Anyway, are there bios flashed by members here that are made available for download? I noticed that most club members are using the phenom II 940 processor so I might as well grab that and download the bios here if i have enough cash. I may grab a PII x3 720, if DrSwizz will kindly share his bios with me.
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