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post #1951 of 6325
it's little be tight when aligning P6X58D-E mobo, but nothing special really. I place back-panel in case opening, then half-tighten lower left screw in, then push board in place and half-tighten upper-right screw. Then all other screws go in their places and then final tightening for all of them, do not go over the top, feeling that you "nailed" it just enough, it's not a plumbing work to apply extra strength.
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When the lower left screw is aligned, none of the other screws are. the closest standoff near it is maybe lined up a little less than half way, is that normal? should I just screw down that one slightly, then line up the others?

EDIT: Tried to line up the lower left, screwed in half way, but the upper right doesnt line up all the way without a decent amount of force---nothing I'd want to screw down.

This is my first build, not sure how much force is OK


EDIT: USING A PC-K62, forgot to mention, duh. Seems as though it would fit without that foam pad---is it necessary?
Edited by krescent - 5/6/10 at 10:33pm
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well, in my case, after lower left screw, the upper right was like 0.5-0.7 inch from it's stand. That took me fair amount of force to get it in place. The feeling should be like you pushing some tight spring, not like you breaking through something.
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hmm...well considering google has nothing and I know lot of people use this case/mobo combo i'll push it

guess i'm just paranoid eheh
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Any board can take a lot force if applied along it's plane. It's the bending that can kill it relatively easy. And me being paranoid, you're mounting it in right case and to stands, not just that sheet of metal? I've seen couple boards to be screwed without stands and then smoked to death.
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post #1956 of 6325
Same here, mine was rather poor fit compared to my previous build using asus' p7p55-e.
Some patience, some gentle FIRM force and slowly screwing things down strategically got me there reasonably ok in the end. But still a bit 'off'.
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i dont remember using any standing, then again i think my case already came with these features
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what temperature is recommended for the P6X58D prem board??
in my system stock settings no oc or smt i get between 39-43c
its summer over here btw... is that ok ?
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yeah that's normal. you could try reseat the heatsink for better temp but that's the temp i'm getting atm.
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Does anyone here use the integrated sound card on this board and has 5.1 speakers working properly on Windows 7 without having to do speaker fill?

and does anyone know if doing sli/crossfire with one card in the blue slot (x16) and one in the white (x8) will reduce performance? since there isnt enough space to place 2 5850's in both blue slots
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