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Hey guys, I just got my Crosshair Formula IV board and I was wondering if it has a program for controlling fan speed like my old DFI board used Smart Guardian. I see Asus has Probe II, but from what I can tell it only lets you monitor temps and fan speeds, nothing more
Yes it does. DL AI Suite from asus site. It does it all! Plus there are some settings in bios too.
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Ok guys I am looking for some help here. I am 12 hours prime 95 stable, but am getting a BSOD when gaming. I thought that it may of been caused from my TRI SLI bridge on a SLI setup, but when I backed the OC off and went back to stock the BSOD went away.

I am not sure how to figure out what is causing this BSOD, and the computer restarts too quickly to tell what the stop code actually is. Other times it just locks up. The Lock up/ BSOD only happens while 3D gaming, which for me as of right now only includes WoW and Battlefield BC2.

Any clues, suggestions, or other tid bits of advice?
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Ok guys I am looking for some help here. I am 12 hours prime 95 stable, but am getting a BSOD when gaming. I thought that it may of been caused from my TRI SLI bridge on a SLI setup, but when I backed the OC off and went back to stock the BSOD went away.

I am not sure how to figure out what is causing this BSOD, and the computer restarts too quickly to tell what the stop code actually is. Other times it just locks up. The Lock up/ BSOD only happens while 3D gaming, which for me as of right now only includes WoW and Battlefield BC2.

Any clues, suggestions, or other tid bits of advice?
Tib bit of advice. when booting press F8 repeatedly untill you get the advanced boot options. Then select (something like reboot on error) that will make it so that you have to hit the reset button when you get a BSOD.
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Hey guys, I just got my Crosshair Formula IV board and I was wondering if it has a program for controlling fan speed like my old DFI board used Smart Guardian. I see Asus has Probe II, but from what I can tell it only lets you monitor temps and fan speeds, nothing more
yes it does see pages 3-33 to 35 in the manual
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Tib bit of advice. when booting press F8 repeatedly untill you get the advanced boot options. Then select (something like reboot on error) that will make it so that you have to hit the reset button when you get a BSOD.
I will have to do this, will help me get much better info!

EDIT:

As a little update, I have tried to get the BSOD again tonight and all I am getting is a freeze in the game, the screen will go white audio will still be going, and I can alt tab out and close the game.
Edited by wheth4400 - 1/17/11 at 9:47pm
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I will have to do this, will help me get much better info!

EDIT:

As a little update, I have tried to get the BSOD again tonight and all I am getting is a freeze in the game, the screen will go white audio will still be going, and I can alt tab out and close the game.
memory error maybe. could be GPU or RAM
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I will have to do this, will help me get much better info!

EDIT:

As a little update, I have tried to get the BSOD again tonight and all I am getting is a freeze in the game, the screen will go white audio will still be going, and I can alt tab out and close the game.
I agree with eclipse. I've had something similar, I'd say RAM is most likely, try adjusting your timings up a notch to 7-9-7-24 and see if the error occurs. If not then you may need to look at a voltage bump for 6-8-6-24 timings. I've been prime stable for 10-12 hours and experienced the problem you're reporting, this fixed it, hope it helps.
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I agree with eclipse. I've had something similar, I'd say RAM is most likely, try adjusting your timings up a notch to 7-9-7-24 and see if the error occurs. If not then you may need to look at a voltage bump for 6-8-6-24 timings. I've been prime stable for 10-12 hours and experienced the problem you're reporting, this fixed it, hope it helps.
the memory passes memtest, three passes so I don't think it is the memory. Also the memory is rated for those timings at 1600MHZ, so they are pretty much stock.
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I am far from the most technical person in the world how ever i seem to have landed as designing and manufacturing what is in essense a gamers wet dream of a PC (well near enough). Just built 10 and have a big show in feb and hope to sell many many more.

So this is what is am currently using;

Corsair CX430
Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD7 (6 pcie)
Athlon II 640 x4
4GB ram
250 HDD (can raid5 6TB)
and 5 Zotac GT 210

Problem is Zotac have sent the 890FXA-UD7 EOL and no replacment. Looking a the Crosshair IV Extreme however i need to get all 5 PCIe running at x8 at a minimum and would prefer x16 so i can use 5 x eyefinity6's. Would this be a simple as disconecting the USB3? Or is it not possible?

Would post this on a forum but I am that special i can't even work out how to do that. Having now stumbled on the the Crosshair IV Page I hope some one here can help me!

Cheers

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Lucid Hydra Logix Hotfix 1.0.4a

Can't figure out whats different, so I am assuming a bug/problem inside the driver new GUI interface instead of game/performance related.
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