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Perhaps an owner can solve this question for me, Asus Tech Support refuses to answer questions without a Serial Number (which I don't have because I'm debating a purchase)

On the Asus Website, the P6X58D-E advertises the following headers:

1 4 Pin PWM Header
2 3 Pin Fan Headers
1 CPU Fan Header
1 "Power Fan" Header

What the heck is a Power Fan header?

Is this a fancy name for a new type of fan socket, or did they just have a typo and it's actually a third 3 pin header?
Edit2: From a moderator on the Asus forums PWR_FAN is a header that should come directly from your power supply for Power Supply Fans. Most modern Power Supplies don't use this feature anymore, and it is a deprecated header that is slowly being found on less and less Mobos.

Edit: Also, does anyone know the max acceptable voltages on these headers?
Edit 3: Just got done reading the better part of the 128 page manual (finally got it to download from Asus) the CHA_FAN headers can support up to 2A and 24W of power.
Edited by Kaeth - 8/13/10 at 6:02pm
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Originally Posted by joavery View Post
Perhaps an owner can solve this question for me, Asus Tech Support refuses to answer questions without a Serial Number (which I don't have because I'm debating a purchase)

On the Asus Website, the P6X58D-E advertises the following headers:

1 4 Pin PWM Header
2 3 Pin Fan Headers
1 CPU Fan Header
1 "Power Fan" Header

What the heck is a Power Fan header?

Is this a fancy name for a new type of fan socket, or did they just have a typo and it's actually a third 3 pin header?
Edit2: From a moderator on the Asus forums PWR_FAN is a header that should come directly from your power supply for Power Supply Fans. Most modern Power Supplies don't use this feature anymore, and it is a deprecated header that is slowly being found on less and less Mobos.

Edit: Also, does anyone know the max acceptable voltages on these headers?
Edit 3: Just got done reading the better part of the 128 page manual (finally got it to download from Asus) the CHA_FAN headers can support up to 2A and 24W of power.
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post #3023 of 6374
excuse me...
i kinda go into dis board....

=wanna ask...is this board crash free bios ? (wich means got dual bios/ more than 1 oc profile ?)

=in E ver. only got 1 LAN ?

on premium ver. got optional nb fan ? can NH-D14 plugged with that fan ?

how this compared to GA x58A UD3R ?

thx ^^
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Originally Posted by sugiik View Post
excuse me...
i kinda go into dis board....

=wanna ask...is this board crash free bios ? (wich means got dual bios/ more than 1 oc profile ?)

=in E ver. only got 1 LAN ?

on premium ver. got optional nb fan ? can NH-D14 plugged with that fan ?

how this compared to GA x58A UD3R ?

thx ^^
I heard GA x58 series had bios issues so that was my main reason to go with an asus board and the fact that a EVGA board costed about 100-200 euros more.

As for crash free bios? You can save up to 8 OC profiles if thats what u meant, you can only use 1 OC profile at a time ofc. As for crash-free, any crash is a user error not the bios fault

-E version has 1 LAN port Premium has 2 Lan ports

NH-D14 fits on this board, not sure if it fits if u stuff extra fan on your northbridge but the northbridge is already cool enough havent heard/read about any issues with it so nor did I experience any issues.

in a nut-shell this board is a tank and can handle alot + it has great OC potential and is def. a near-future proof board which will last for quite some time.

As for -E or Premium, choice is up to you both are almost identical except for the amount of Lanports per board.

hope this helps
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Hi everyone,
I am new to this thread, and i found it to useful too, so instead of creating a new thread, i would like to add query here itself.

You can see my system Specifications below, i have developed a system purely for High computational purpose only, I have 2 graphic cards, one is C1060 for (CUDA) and other is NVS 295 for Display. I need some tips and help to overclock it 4.2GHz stable, which would run 24/7 with full load. currently the machine is running in full Load 24/7 and the max. temps i have seen is 65,63,59,59,63,64 (6cores) in Win XP. But currently have moved to Ubuntu 9.10 (64 bit), this is where usually i work, but the disadvantages are i am not able to find suitable Temp Monitors in Ubuntu 9.10, lm-sensors , did not work.

can you please guide me in Overclocking it to stable 4.2GHz, what are the neccessary coolers required? and etc

Thanks
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Hey guys!
I just joined the club with my Asus P6X58D-E!
Finally i got my new system up and running today, been testing out some bios features etc.

Im currently running a i7 930 CPU with the Corsair H70 cooler and im testing out some features as well as overclocking it.

I went ahead and updated the bios to 3030 and used xmisery's 3.6Ghz template. I upped the vcore to 1.21 because it would create a BSOD at his stock settings.

Code:
Ai Overclock Tuner.....................[Manual]
CPU Ratio Setting......................[21.0]
Intel(r) SpeedStep(tm) Tech............[Disabled]
Xtreme Phase Full Power Mode...........[Enabled]
BCLK Frequency.........................[172]
PCIE Frequency.........................[100]
DRAM Frequency.........................[DDR3-1379MHz]
UCLK Frequency.........................[2758MHz]
QPI Link Data Rate.....................[Auto]

CPU Voltage Control....................[Manual]
CPU Voltage............................[1.21]
CPU PLL Voltage........................[1.80]
QPI/DRAM Core Voltage..................[1.20000]
IOH Voltage............................[1.12]
IOH PCIE Voltage.......................[1.50]
ICH Voltage............................[1.20]
ICH PCIE Voltage.......................[1.50]
DRAM Bus Voltage.......................[1.64]
DRAM DATA REF Voltage on CHA...........[Auto]
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage on CHA...........[Auto]
DRAM DATA REF Voltage on CHB...........[Auto]
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage on CHB...........[Auto]
DRAM DATA REF Voltage on CHC...........[Auto]
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage on CHC...........[Auto]

Load-Line Calibration..................[Enabled]
CPU Differential Amplitude.............[800mV]
CPU Clock Skew.........................[Delay 300ps]
CPU Spread Spectrum....................[Disabled]
IOH Clock Skew.........................[Auto]
PCIE Spread Spectrum...................[Disabled]

C1E Support............................[Disabled]
Hardware Prefetcher....................[Enabled]
Adjacent Cache Line Prefetch...........[Enabled]
Intel(r) Virtualization Tech...........[Disabled]
CPU TM Function........................[Enabled]
Execute Disable Bit....................[Enabled]
Intel(r) HT Technology.................[Disabled]
Active Processor Cores.................[All]
A20M...................................[Disabled]
Intel(r) SpeedStep(tm) Tech............[Disabled]
Intel(r) C-STATE Tech..................[Disabled]
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Originally Posted by Md5623 View Post
Hi everyone,
I am new to this thread, and i found it to useful too, so instead of creating a new thread, i would like to add query here itself.

You can see my system Specifications below, i have developed a system purely for High computational purpose only, I have 2 graphic cards, one is C1060 for (CUDA) and other is NVS 295 for Display. I need some tips and help to overclock it 4.2GHz stable, which would run 24/7 with full load. currently the machine is running in full Load 24/7 and the max. temps i have seen is 65,63,59,59,63,64 (6cores) in Win XP. But currently have moved to Ubuntu 9.10 (64 bit), this is where usually i work, but the disadvantages are i am not able to find suitable Temp Monitors in Ubuntu 9.10, lm-sensors , did not work.

can you please guide me in Overclocking it to stable 4.2GHz, what are the neccessary coolers required? and etc

Thanks
There's a load of cooling systems you can choose from. Theres Water cooling and Air cooling.

The best way to keep your CPU cool is water cooling, if budget is an issue you should probably go for the Corsair H50, if budget isnt an issue then its out of my league as I have limited to no info on good high-end water cooling systems.

As for Aircooling, you will need a high tower case with best airflow possible, Haf 932 and Antec 1200 are some of the best high towers avaible, also the new HAF 932 X is promising. As for the actual Air coolers the Noctua NH-D14 and the Venomous X with push-pull are two of the best( and most expensive) air coolers out there. If again budget is an issue the Scythe Mugen 2 with Push-pull is an excelent choice.

If you choose to go for water cooling you can probably go for more then 4.2 Ghz OC.

Note: The Noctua NH-D14, Venomous X push-pull and the Corsair H50 peform about the same on cooling, temperatures also depend on your room ambient temp.

As for overclocking the CPU itself, ask around for people who own one and have it overclocked. Im sure they will have more and better knowledge on how to OC the 980x.

Hope this helps

Ps. Just wondering, for what purposes do you need the high calculating power?
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Hi Lipadoza,
I am performing High Digital Signal Processing blocks, Just like prime95, which performs 2^n order FFT's to test the CPU stability, my algorithm Blocks involve several Higher Computational algorithms much are powerful than prime95 which i am trying to simulate in CPU. An higher Clock Speed and BUS speed, is what i am looking for, Overclocking the CPU is the best way i have found so far.

yes i have found Corsair H50 to be sufficient for 4.2GHz OC, i may finalize on this. About OC to 4.2GHz.

Thanks for answering the query Lipadoza, Do you suggest me to open a new thread, or wait for someone to answer ?
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Hi Lipadoza,
I am performing High Digital Signal Processing blocks, Just like prime95, which performs 2^n order FFT's to test the CPU stability, my algorithm Blocks involve several Higher Computational algorithms much are powerful than prime95 which i am trying to simulate in CPU. An higher Clock Speed and BUS speed, is what i am looking for, Overclocking the CPU is the best way i have found so far.

yes i have found Corsair H50 to be sufficient for 4.2GHz OC, i may finalize on this. About OC to 4.2GHz.

Thanks for answering the query Lipadoza, Do you suggest me to open a new thread, or wait for someone to answer ?
For as far as I know this is one of the best threads regarding this specific motherboard. All people here own a i7 and there are quite a few with Overclocked i7 980x.

So sticking around would be a good thing and im sure someone with a 980 will eventually peek at the thread and help you out. Because 980 owners here have the same motherboard they will be more capable of helping you with settings then other 980 owners.

As for opening a thread for this issue. You can always open a thread asking for help but the odds of people there coming to help you have a same motherboard as you are relatively small, but its always worth a try.

As for the H50, try looking up the guide that explains how to tweak the H50 to improve its peformance.

Anyways good luck with overclocking and your new rig o/
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Originally Posted by Md5623 View Post
Hi Lipadoza,
I am performing High Digital Signal Processing blocks, Just like prime95, which performs 2^n order FFT's to test the CPU stability, my algorithm Blocks involve several Higher Computational algorithms much are powerful than prime95 which i am trying to simulate in CPU. An higher Clock Speed and BUS speed, is what i am looking for, Overclocking the CPU is the best way i have found so far.

yes i have found Corsair H50 to be sufficient for 4.2GHz OC, i may finalize on this. About OC to 4.2GHz.

Thanks for answering the query Lipadoza, Do you suggest me to open a new thread, or wait for someone to answer ?
there are couple ppl on the first page which i put 980x next to their name tag. if you want you can try message them.
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