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@Gyro I think it's the difference between the wifi and non wifi boards. All the boards I have owned were wifi and I have had about 5 different wifi M2N23 SLi Deluxe boards and the only difference in all of those boards was that the earliest version I had came w/a removable BIOS chip socket where as all the newer revisions have the bios chip soldered directly to the mobo.
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@Gyro I think it's the difference between the wifi and non wifi boards. All the boards I have owned were wifi and I have had about 5 different wifi M2N23 SLi Deluxe boards and the only difference in all of those boards was that the earliest version I had came w/a removable BIOS chip socket where as all the newer revisions have the bios chip soldered directly to the mobo.
. . . . . this information I did NOT know of; thank's for pointing this out, N2Gaming......{ I STILL learn something New about's this mobo all the time from here... } .... now you got me thinking and I want to go and checkout the one i have for within my son's rigg.....


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So, I took the 945 out, and I'm back with my old CPU.

I think the 64bit OS didn't like the change in the number of Cores.

When I went into Safe Mode, I ran CPU-Z and I could see the 945, loaded nicely at 3Ghz.
The BIOS showed my 6Gb RAM and the CPU well too.

The only issue was the uncountable number of BSOD errors when using or booting the OS.

I tried to run SFC /Scannow many times, and it would BSOD every time before finishing.

Unless anyone can help work out why the OS is died without suggesting a rebuild, please do let me know.

Cheers
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Either I have a stupid question, or its me who's stupid so here goes...

Is the NB multiplier able to be adjusted on the M2N SLI-Deluxe board? am running bios 1701

would like to see if the NB could be set up to about 2600
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So, I took the 945 out, and I'm back with my old CPU.

I think the 64bit OS didn't like the change in the number of Cores.

When I went into Safe Mode, I ran CPU-Z and I could see the 945, loaded nicely at 3Ghz.
The BIOS showed my 6Gb RAM and the CPU well too.

The only issue was the uncountable number of BSOD errors when using or booting the OS.

I tried to run SFC /Scannow many times, and it would BSOD every time before finishing.

Unless anyone can help work out why the OS is died without suggesting a rebuild, please do let me know.

Cheers
Hi, I'm curious as to what the BSOD message you are getting. I've been running an OC'd 965BE for about 2 weeks with no problems. However, I decided to shut down my computer last night. Now upon boot I'm getting a BSOD that's saying my BIOS is not ACPI compliant. I'm running BIOS 5002. Very odd. Is Windows 7 64-bit just being picky?
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Hmm...ran a startup recovery that didn't find anything, but it's booting fine again now.
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Originally Posted by Vyker View Post
So, I took the 945 out, and I'm back with my old CPU.

I think the 64bit OS didn't like the change in the number of Cores.

When I went into Safe Mode, I ran CPU-Z and I could see the 945, loaded nicely at 3Ghz.
The BIOS showed my 6Gb RAM and the CPU well too.

The only issue was the uncountable number of BSOD errors when using or booting the OS.

I tried to run SFC /Scannow many times, and it would BSOD every time before finishing.

Unless anyone can help work out why the OS is died without suggesting a rebuild, please do let me know.

Cheers
Try reflashing the bios with the new cpu ,if that does not help try a windows repair.

Good luck

Quote:
Originally Posted by SchiTzo View Post
Either I have a stupid question, or its me who's stupid so here goes...

Is the NB multiplier able to be adjusted on the M2N SLI-Deluxe board? am running bios 1701

would like to see if the NB could be set up to about 2600
The NB increases with Fsb/ref clock,like the ram does. the multi is locked at x8, so to reach 2600 you need a ref clock of 325.

You can check NB freq in the memory tab of cpu-z.

Good luck

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I could be wrong about this but I don't think I am. I have not owned any non wifi mobo's but from what I know that last post of mine seems to make the most sense to me regarding the different slot configurations on the M2N32 SLI Deluxe wifi/non-wifi editions.
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Either I have a stupid question, or its me who's stupid so here goes...

Is the NB multiplier able to be adjusted on the M2N SLI-Deluxe board? am running bios 1701

would like to see if the NB could be set up to about 2600
No, unless it is tied to the HT frequency like i've seen on some boards. If not, you'll have to use different CPU-multiplier to base clock ratios to achieve the desired CPU/NB clock.
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