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so i guess this thread finally died... very sad IMHO
Not hardly. You probably haven't received a response because there are just too many things that can be wrong.
To begin with, my God those are some ridiculously high temps! Are you using a stock Intel cooler instead of the Megahalems in your specs? How can you expect it to run stably when your cpu is practically sweating its poor ass off?
You referred to kckyle's settings. Do you mean the templates by xmisery? If so, then I guess you know that these templates aren't graven in stone. They're only for getting you started. You have to tweak those settings to match your chipset and cpu. Both are completely individual and never, ever run the same as anyone elses.
The 1st thing I'd do is start all over from the ground up. Use a brand new hdd and install everything from scratch including installing the entire original mobo installation disk. For all I know, your BIOS is being corrupted during its download, extraction or actual install using an old hdd. It certainly happens. The same thing with any of your drivers.
That is a very slow OC you're showing to be running so damned hot. I wouldn't doubt that your cpu has been slightly fried. Just because it can post doesn't mean that it's actually running right. Forget what everybody says about whatever temp that your cpu can take and still run correctly. Your cpu is a complete individual and may stress out at much lower temps than even what Intel may say. Intel lists average specs. Some cpu's can take higher temps while some can't.
Do you use any kind of computer optimization program? DON'T! They're all nothing but crapware that will do nothing but end up ruining your entire computer. Advanced System Care, TuneUp Utilities, whatever. Don't use them. What the hell do they know about your completely individual computer? The programs you run? What you expect from your computer? How good, or poorly, your individual components operate? I don't even know that last one about my own computer. For all I know, there could be micro-second voltage spikes from my power supply that are slowly eating away my BIOS and drivers. There's no possible way to diagnose that one! Unless, of course, you can monitor it 24x7.
This ain't much of a response to your query is it? It's the best I can do. At least somebody cares enough to respond and let you know that you aren't alone.
I'm certainly no computer diagnostic technician. I can only wish you luck. And tell you to get those temps down. Now!
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First,
I'd like to say thanks for the input it's good to know people are still lurking.
I have tried a brandnew HDD with fresh installation and newest bios.

The only reason my temps were so high was the lack of stability at lower Vcore...
I have put this CPU through the ringer admittedly, I have stressed tested it for hrs at temps up to 99 just to see if it could and it was flawless.
I can bump ram and base clocks up beyond what I need but the CPU most won't settle after I get close to 4 anymore.
I was thinking about grabbing a new chip but the good ones are still too much...
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Maybe the new/RMA board is getting too hot. Asus isn't exactly known for their great TIM and application of their yellow goo.
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Maybe the new/RMA board is getting too hot. Asus isn't exactly known for their great TIM and application of their yellow goo.
There's something else I've never considered. You could spend every waking minute trying to figure out some problem with these computers and dream all night about them and still miss some small element that could be the very solution you need..
I think I'll go ahead and watercool everything except the memory sticks on my next mobo. If IvyBridge ever gets to market. Since almost everybody is convinced that X58 is practically dead it would be a good time to start buying some of the discounted watercooling blocks for my Premium, as well. This board has been so good that I don't think mine will ever actually die, so I guess I should start babying it so it doesn't just plain wear out.
My investment in this P6X58D-Premium is the best I've ever made. Plus the i7-920 I'm running. I have another 920, a 930 and 950 I've never even tried. I've tried to fry the cpu I'm now using and all it does is throttle back down and keep on running. It's damned weird. It's been more faithful and reliable than a good hunting dog.
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i have used an infrared thermometer to measure the heatsinks on N/S bridges and i never saw temps above the 40's i think.
the wierd thing is im 99% positive its the EXACT same board i sent to asus. meaning somehow they got my entire channel B DIMM's working in like a week. i figured they replaced the N-bridge...

anyway i have tested the ram @ 1600 1T with Bclock obove 210 with memtest and IBT maximum with no problems.
its when the cpu approaches 4.0 (up to about 3.7 the volts/temps are great) suddenly it needs waaaay more juice, more than practically anyone else i've seen. but it worked for a year like this with no issue...

ill check mobo temps when i get home. maybe extra ram is straining it...
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so i guess this thread finally died... very sad IMHO
Don't rub it in as if what you stated was true. It's still live folks.
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Don't rub it in as if what you stated was true. It's still live folks.
It died once I sold my board and teh noobs who bought for cheap started coming in.
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It died once I sold my board and teh noobs who bought for cheap started coming in.
I'm surprised they didn't go for AMD if they wanted to cheap out on a motherboard.
Bulldozer's eight cores could not beat four Intel cores with the same 32nm dye size.
ASUS P9X79 will be something to look forward to this Christmas.
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well i hope ur not referring to me... i've had this rig since 2010 and had no problems with my OC back then either... i'm just debating leaving it for encoding and such so i can build another rig for gaming when they get a little better.
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Hello all. Hoping some one can help me out with my problem with this board
Everthing has been going fine with my pc untill I decided to mout in all in a test bench
Now I'm getting the new CPU installed at start up asking to f1 to set up in bois or f2 to load standard and go to windows.
So off I go into bois. Set settings and save and exit
Now when I do that it restarts and same message new CPU installed.
So if try again n again n again no luck. So I f2 load standard bois and in to windows I go. Then when I restart.
Same message.
New CPU installed.

Things iv tried.
Changed CMOS batt
Cleared. CMOS
Reseated all wires.
Reseated all gpu cards and ram
Reseated CPU all looks fine no bent pins.
Nothing on mo board looks out of place.
The new test bench is a lian li mo Bo tray mounted in a box. Everthing looks right there as well.

Pulling my hair out trying to find problem.
Any help would be tops.
Thanks.
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