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So, does the P6T SE BIOS support SLI yet? IIRC Asus was going to add SLI support to all mobos via BIOS updates.

Also, is there ANY need for me to crossflash P6T and P6T SE bioses if I don't need SLI?
I dont think the P6T SE will ever support SLI. If they do support it then there is no point in having the normal P6T. The origional and the SE are the exact same short of SLI features.
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post #222 of 279
Does anyone has a problem with the Raid 0 and Raid 1 sata ports? They are too tight on mine. When I installed the stat cable, I bent and broke the plastic piece on the Raid 0 port but the sticker still hold it together. I tried to force in the sata cable with the lock but I had to break off the lock because it wouldn't fit. Now the plastic piece is broken and made the cable loose. I just have to be careful when working around the case because if I touch the cable, it would disconnect. This sucks. I will glue the plastic piece back together but ASUS, ***?


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I had similar issues with an other P5N32-E SLI.

They need to get this simple plastic parts right. There are tons of cables out there that simply won't work, period. They need to ass a little extra plastic in between them so that there is enough spacing. All we need is one millimeter in between.

Better plastic would also help prevent damage from repeated use.
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It says port0 and port1. I assumed they were for harddrives but does it really matter?
    
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anyone?
    
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have you thought about shaving a lil rubber off the actual "head" of the sata plug, just with a sharp razor blade enuff to make them fit without conflicting one another.
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I've tried soo many different setups with my mobo and i7 920 c0.
I can't get it stable, and when I do performance is lower than stock.

I miss the Core2Duo when there wasn't all this older voltage bs.
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I've tried soo many different setups with my mobo and i7 920 c0.
I can't get it stable, and when I do performance is lower than stock.

I miss the Core2Duo when there wasn't all this older voltage bs.
if stock is not stable, something is wrong. RMA it.
    
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stock is stable @1.2 for cpu with my OCZ Plat 6GB 1600 with 7-7-7-20 CR2.
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post #230 of 279
C0 is pretty crappy at ocing. Try a high vcore like 1.35 for 4.0Ghz

Try this
BLCK: 191
Multipler: 21
Vcore: 1.35

If its stable, lower Vcore by 0.01 V. If not, upper it.

It is easier to set everything else on default and just focus on Vcore. That was how I did it.
Edited by boomboy - 8/20/09 at 11:26am
    
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