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Originally Posted by Nutchos View Post
Question: why do we need bios 1103 for the 5850?

That was the video card I was intending to upgrade my system with.
Slow boot times with 5850.On M2N-sli only

Gyro

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Gyro do you knw why the 5001 and 5002 are beta ?
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wothy. Sounds like you may also be experiencing a dieing Power Supply. What are the voltage readings on the PSU? Next time you get it going again make sure you are not having any heat related issues w/you GPU or CPU. From my personal experience heat related issues won't stop your machine from powering back on and right back off but a bad power supply will.

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Gyro do you knw why the 5001 and 5002 are beta ?
No idea really.
2205 was the last non beta.
Probably to test in the wild,for bugs and the like.
It may stay beta forever, who knows.

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Maybe it's possible the newer CPU's are not suppose to be supported by AM2 motherboards so ASUS keeps the bios as betta and not official so they won't run into any liability issues w/AMD or End Users.
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No idea really.
2205 was the last non beta.
Probably to test in the wild,for bugs and the like.
It may stay beta forever, who knows.

Gyro
Well i dissected both of them and i think the reason they beta is coz asus is
lazy and just took the modded bioses from Project AM3 by the looks of it

edit:
By the way i flashed bios 2001 to test but 4 some reason i am not getting
any better results

I managed 2 get all 4 DIMMS pass Memtest86+ @1133 today but it would not
load into windows
Edited by ej52 - 7/26/10 at 10:38am
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Pull the cmos battery and move the jumper to 2-3 pin for 30 seconds,move jumper back to 1-2 pin and replace battery.

Leave everything at default and check what the cpu voltage reads in the bios and then in cpu-z,if it will boot to windows.

I think you may have to much cpu volts.And it may be a thermal shutdown.

Good luck

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wothy. Sounds like you may also be experiencing a dieing Power Supply. What are the voltage readings on the PSU? Next time you get it going again make sure you are not having any heat related issues w/you GPU or CPU. From my personal experience heat related issues won't stop your machine from powering back on and right back off but a bad power supply will.

Good Luck,

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Hmm well I just upgraded my CPU from AMD 5000+ (150W) to AMD Phenom II 635 (95W) and the PSU has lasted me for nearly four years now. I would have thought that this would have reduced the PSU's workload, no? Although, I don't have any understanding of how changing the CPU voltage might affect the PSU, and my PSU is an outright piece of junk. Also, the little green light on the motherboard was still going (as per normal) even when the PC was seemingly dead. However, I have been looking for an excuse to justify buying a shiny new modular PSU... And I'm not sure how to check what the voltage readings are on the PSU - would you mind enlightening me?

Intuition tells me it is more likely a GPU problem, as just prior to dying I was overclocking her GPU settings on RivaTuner (although I've already done this to much higher levels last year under XP / 5000+). I think it should also be noted that the latest version of RivaTuner failed to recognise the GPU driver (most recent) and thought it was a ATI 4800 series PnP device, however it still let me do some basic overclocking.

Still, as Gyro noted I was overclocking my CPU (C2 version of the 635) to 1.45v while setting the FSB to 230 (meaning 3.335Ghz, when stock is 2.9Ghz), which was unbeknown to me far too high a voltage for what AMD intended (http://products.amd.com/en-us/Deskto...il.aspx?id=625). Mind you, I had been flogging the **** out of it on Handbrake for a good few hours before on the same settings with no observed problems, and the game had only been going for a few minutes.

Anyway, I'll reset the CMOS tonight and see if that helps. Will update soon!
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Here is a guide for testing your PSU. Now if you don't have a digital multi meter then you may be able to go into bios and look under the PC health tab. You should be able to see most of the important things from with in that one bios screen. i.e. CPU voltage/temperature, mobo temps and PSU voltages.
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...No joy with the CMOS reset as a means of getting her started up again. Starting to get quite worried now. The green light on the motherboard is going fine but pressing the power button does nothing... Also, as I've got two graphics cards I took the main one I was overclocking out and tried to start it with no luck. Any suggestions on what might be wrong?

Do you guys think I've fried my CPU by using too high of a voltage, despite it not showing any signs of struggle before it bit the dust? Perhaps I set the voltage to the wrong thing, such as for some component on the motherboard? Could anyone please give me a list of the things you can change the voltage of when you're looking at the manual OC'ing menu in BIOS (which also displays the FSB of the CPU) so I might be able to recognise the name of the thing I set to 1.45v? On a previous post I linked my CPU-Z stats (http://www.overclock.net/amd-motherb...l#post10112814) with the core voltage recorded as just shy of 1.3v... Maybe I changed the voltage of the wrong thing...? Or is it just plain simple I worked my CPU too hard for too long on too high of a voltage?

Not very happy at the moment... I think I might die without my baby...

Thanks sincerely for any help.
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Here is a couple of ss of the bios(below).
cpu-z is showing the proper volts for the cpu (C2 revsion).
I'm not sure what else you could have mistaken for cpu volts as it's clearly marked as such.

But if you can pick out the voltage you did change,that would help.

Gyro

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