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Just go with the latest Kcue. They will all overclock awesome. No one is particularly better (I THINK) than anyone else, but I believe the MOST stable one is the newest BIOS. It means it might take less voltage to get that overclock, which is always WIN.
That is exactly what I want, best BIOS that requires the least voltage

I have a question, how to update a BIOS on the Crosshair IV Formula? I'm a bit scared of bricking it.

With my current Gigabyte GA-MA790FXT-UD5P what I do is use the @BIOS program provided by Gigabyte, download the bios file, insert it in the program, click install, restart pc, and already got new bios.
    
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ASUS Has a WinBios type-updater comes with the board, just use that. If it bricks you HAVE WARRANTY!

Make sure though you download 2 or 3 copies of the BIOS from ASUS. Just because it unzips doesn't mean the file wasn't corrupt. You get 3 or 4 .ROM files all the same size and you should be good. I have had this issue before, but the Update utility didn't take the BIOS image thank god it has a checksum built in.

ASUS-Update or something like that.


LUCID HAS AN UPDATE (Version 1.7.0.3 November 30th, 2010):
http://www.lucidlogix.com/driverdownloads-driver2.html
  • Support NVIDIA GTX580 GPU
  • Support of NVIDIA WHQL drivers: 260.99 and 263.09
  • Support ATI 6xxx series GPUs
  • Support of ATI WHQL drivers: 10.10e and 10.11
  • Starcraft 2 stability issues fixed and performance up to 137% in A mode
  • Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 performance improved up to 167% on mid-range GPUs
  • Devil May Cry 4 performance improved up to 160% on mid-range GPUs
  • Resident Evil 5 performance improved up to 125% on mid-range GPU
  • Operation Flashpoint Dragon Rising performance improved up to 175% on mid-range GPUs in N and X modes
  • Prince of Persia Forgotten Sands performance improved up to 180% on mid-range GPUs in N and A modes
  • Mass Effect 2 performance improved up to 158% on mid-range GPUs A mode
IF you were using any of the 6xxx / 5xx ATi/Nvidia cards + ANY other supported models, it defaults to just your primary, until today (Nov 30th) it didn't work with 6xxx / 5xx cards in any Lucid combinations. Please update accordingly.

Okay guys if you are wondering how this works with LUCID, you can physically have four cards in your computer, but your computer is not guaranteed to use them. LUCID controls which cards get used for WHICH game IT decides. You don't get the option to change this. In a sense, you are at the mercy of the drivers. As of right now, there is no QUAD-GPU support from LUCID, because they haven't allowed for it (its purely software locked.) Read PDF that comes with every new driver, they seriously update it every patch, it will tell you which games run which card configuration (single-gpu/dual-gpu/tri-gpu/quad-gpu.)

There are very few 3-gpu supported configurations. There are a ton of dual-gpu configurations.

This was the problem I had to deal with. Two cards worked fine, but not three. Drove me crazy go nuts. It took me forever to put two and two together that their list of supported titles is VERBATIM, and not just some hastily thrown together PDF file. Heaven worked fine in 3-GPU but doesn't help me much because you can't call a Napalm strike and decimate the Vietcong army in that benchmark.

You can Quad Crossfire-X, and Quad SLI Hack (non 580s.)

NOTHING stops Lucid from having 4x GPU support, except Lucids software / driver team. The hardware is all there in place. They are building upon its drivers very slowly, and for the most part its smarter this way.

You have to understand, despite being able to CrossfireX or SLI, don't assume that your cards are workable as a dual-GPU in Lucid Hydra Logix. Samething for TrifireX and Tri-SLi. This is the main mistake I made, plainly because I didn't know enough about Lucid. It doesn't matter if you got quad GPU running in QuadcrossfireX, the most Lucid will probably use is two or three GPUs. Even if you have the bridge.

Your best bet is to be patient. Like with all new software, please update accordingly.
Edited by RagingCain - 11/30/10 at 6:41am
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ASUS Has a WinBios type-updater comes with the board, just use that. If it bricks you HAVE WARRANTY!

Make sure though you download 2 or 3 copies of the BIOS from ASUS. Just because it unzips doesn't mean the file wasn't corrupt. You get 3 or 4 .ROM files all the same size and you should be good. I have had this issue before, but the Update utility didn't take the BIOS image thank god it has a checksum built in.

ASUS-Update or something like that.
Alright, thanks for the tip.

Will download it a couple of times then!

Hoping to order it tomorrow morning (or Thursday morning) and get it before Friday evening, I'm gonna have an orgasm once I recieve it
    
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Alright, thanks for the tip.

Will download it a couple of times then!

Hoping to order it tomorrow morning (or Thursday morning) and get it before Friday evening, I'm gonna have an orgasm once I recieve it
Don't forget to post pictures! No wait... of the motherboard, not the orgasm part!
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ASUS Has a WinBios type-updater comes with the board, just use that. If it bricks you HAVE WARRANTY!

Make sure though you download 2 or 3 copies of the BIOS from ASUS. Just because it unzips doesn't mean the file wasn't corrupt. You get 3 or 4 .ROM files all the same size and you should be good. I have had this issue before, but the Update utility didn't take the BIOS image thank god it has a checksum built in.

ASUS-Update or something like that.


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http://www.lucidlogix.com/driverdownloads-driver2.html
  • Support NVIDIA GTX580 GPU
  • Support of NVIDIA WHQL drivers: 260.99 and 263.09
  • Support ATI 6xxx series GPUs
  • Support of ATI WHQL drivers: 10.10e and 10.11
  • Starcraft 2 stability issues fixed and performance up to 137% in A mode
  • Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 performance improved up to 167% on mid-range GPUs
  • Devil May Cry 4 performance improved up to 160% on mid-range GPUs
  • Resident Evil 5 performance improved up to 125% on mid-range GPU
  • Operation Flashpoint Dragon Rising performance improved up to 175% on mid-range GPUs in N and X modes
  • Prince of Persia Forgotten Sands performance improved up to 180% on mid-range GPUs in N and A modes
  • Mass Effect 2 performance improved up to 158% on mid-range GPUs A mode

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You can Quad Crossfire-X, and Quad SLI Hack (non 580s.)

NOTHING stops Lucid from having 4x GPU support, except Lucids software / driver team. The hardware is all there in place. They are building upon its drivers very slowly, and for the most part its smarter this way.

IF you were using any of the 6xxx / 5xx ATi/Nvidia cards + ANY other supported models, it defaults to just your primary, because as of Nov 30th (today) it didn't work with 6xxx / 5xx cards. Please update accordingly.
thanks thier there they just wont work and they only work as phys ex with sli 250,s
Edited by bo40 - 11/30/10 at 6:27am
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thanks thier there they just wont work and they only work as phys ex with sli 250,s
Again you have to read the compatibility list. It detects what game is playing and what GPUs to use. It doesn't interfere though with PhysX OR OpenCL even if it decides to not to use the GPU for rendering video output.
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Don't forget to post pictures! No wait... of the motherboard, not the orgasm part!
Will do Once I recieve it
    
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What Eclipse said, it sounds like you have LLC enabled. It will over shoot your set voltage, try 1.35~1.37. At full load that should give you about 1.42v. All you need to worry about is your load voltage (but you don't get to see that till you are actually running something like Prime95.

I recommend leaving LLC enabled and lower your voltage in BIOS or slowly with TurboV Evo (while running P95) till you get the load you will think it will pass. Then reboot and rerun your stability tests (if you save to Bios that is.)
Thanks man...best idea I have had all day. This worked for me. +rep
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I am going to miss being a wannabe member to this thread Can I be an honorary member?
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I am going to miss being a wannabe member to this thread Can I be an honorary member?
what are you getting now ragingcain? =(
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