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Originally Posted by Mattroid View Post
As an update, I got the new board in and the RipJaws work fine - I even got 8 more GB since NewEgg just had to have that 15% off deal a few weeks ago so far so good with only one main annoyance so far...
Haha, I did too.
I am now at 16G (4x4), which I believe is the limit of the mb anyway.

(Yes yes, I know there is no reason to have that much memory, but what the heck, the memory was cheap with the 15% off, and I just wanted to do it)

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My issue is that it almost sounds like the audio "goes to sleep" or something, and then comes back the next time a sound is produced. For example, you know how sometimes when you first turn your speakers on and they make that kind of interference type noise - that noise that just sounds like speakers first coming on? Basically any time my computer hasn't produced any sounds for a few minutes and then does, it makes this noise.

It's possible it's my speakers (Logitech Z-640 6 Speaker Surround Sound System), I suppose, though that would be pretty coincidental since this only started after I completed this new build. I'll hook them up to my old build again to verify, but I'm pretty sure I already tried this a couple of weeks ago when I first noticed it.

For the record, I installed the audio drivers from the ASUS disc, but did NOT install the Sound Blaster software. I've never cared much for their software, but if someone says that that will fix the issue, then okay, though that would seem odd to me.

Hopefully something stupid easy - any ideas?
Make sure you grab any updated drivers from Asus's site.
I didn't even bother installing from the CD shipped, but instead, grabbed everything "live" from Asus, and burned that to a CD, and used that instead.

BTW, I use the builtin sound card as well, with some Klipsch 5.1 speakers, and I do NOT hear the problem you are describing.

So hopefully, it is just a driver issue for you that can be fixed by updating the driver.
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Hi all,

I just recently put together a new system and am having some issues overclocking. Running CrossHair IV Formula + Phenom 1090T.

I can't seem to get my CPU fans (or chasis fans) to speed up at all. I'm running a Noctura nh-d14(2 fans into Y splitter into CPU mobo header.) The CPU fan runs at 1000-1300 RPM recorded by the bios and Asus Probe II.

I also cannot get any chasis fans to speed up, they run at 700-1000, plugged into mobo headers chasis 2/3 and opt fan 1.

The issue I'm having is when I overclock to 3.8/4.0 the CPU heats up to 60 C, at which point I turn off the stress test.

The cpu fan never speeds up or slows down.

Things tried:
I tried to up the fan speed using AMD overdrive.
I tried to up the fan speed using speedfan (used a tutorial.) I set the temp threshold and fan speeds, 0 change.

I went into the bios and enabled Q-fan, set DC fan type, and set manual. I changed duty to 100% and changed high temp threshold to 30C. No change in fan speed.

I also tried "turbo option" in Q-fan. Also no change in speed.

I could use some help.

Thanks guys!
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Hi all,

I just recently put together a new system and am having some issues overclocking. Running CrossHair IV Formula + Phenom 1090T.

I can't seem to get my CPU fans (or chasis fans) to speed up at all. I'm running a Noctura nh-d14(2 fans into Y splitter into CPU mobo header.) The CPU fan runs at 1000-1300 RPM recorded by the bios and Asus Probe II.

I also cannot get any chasis fans to speed up, they run at 700-1000, plugged into mobo headers chasis 2/3 and opt fan 1.

The issue I'm having is when I overclock to 3.8/4.0 the CPU heats up to 60 C, at which point I turn off the stress test.

The cpu fan never speeds up or slows down.

Things tried:
I tried to up the fan speed using AMD overdrive.
I tried to up the fan speed using speedfan (used a tutorial.) I set the temp threshold and fan speeds, 0 change.

I went into the bios and enabled Q-fan, set DC fan type, and set manual. I changed duty to 100% and changed high temp threshold to 30C. No change in fan speed.

I also tried "turbo option" in Q-fan. Also no change in speed.

I could use some help.

Thanks guys!
See pages 3-32,33,34,35 in the manual.
Fans are set at the factory to turn at a certain max. RPM's.
At 12 volts they will not go higher.
You need to know what speed the fans were designed for.
In the BIOS set all fan controls to disabled this will give 12 volts to the fans terminals on the motherboard.
Reboot.
Then use Hardware Monitor in the BIOS to check fan speeds this will be max. speed for that fan.

Edited by Tweeky - 2/11/11 at 2:39pm
    
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okay so cant seem to find a good answer, anyone know what the max voltage a can push at them?......spec is 1.55v.......looking for how far pass that can it take?..=)
what memory are you tring push what is the model number of the memory ?
for memory the safe push is factory +.1 --- .2 = ???
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I thought this north bridge issue was supposed to be fixed? I tried to install xp and when I was done my nb was sitting at 51c. Is that normal? I did have to reinstall seaveral times due to some issues.
asus has said as long as it does not go above 65 C it OK but lower is better !
    
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I appreciate it. Ive just had so much go wrong with my build so far Im afraid something is going to go wrong. If all else fails Ill reapply the Thermal paste and grind down the standoffs. I really dont want to do that though, as Im a noob.
Do not grind down the stand offs more than necessary. If you grind down the stand offs then be care full not to tighten the screws to tight !
    
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what memory are you tring push what is the model number of the memory ?
for memory the safe push is factory +.1 --- .2 = ???
[ FL ] F3-16000CL9D-8GBFL (4Gx2)


this be what im running right now=) now at 1667 @ 1.65v
8-9-8-24 1t
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Make sure you grab any updated drivers from Asus's site.
Unfortunately, the drivers on their site are the same version as what are on my disc. When I installed these, though, the installed crashed. When I rebooted, it said that they installed successfully. The audio works, but the issue persists. I don't recall if the install crashed when I installed them from the disc or not.

I think I'll see if I can dig out some other speakers and see if those do it as well.
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Been paying attention on and off to this thread so figured I'd post my results with a 1100T finally shoved in.

I took out my 955 about 4 hours ago and shoved in a 1100T.

Didn't mess with any voltages was in and out of the BIOS for only about 10-15 seconds. Everything else is stock BIOS settings besides HDD boot order.
-Set ram to 2000 instead of 1600 (9,10,9) (4x2GB Corsair Dominator Ram)
-Turned off turbo core
-Randomly set multiplier to 15.5 (3888MHz/core)

No drama and completely stable. Full coverage Koolance MB block and CPU.





can't wait to have more time to fiddle with it.
Ordered the same waterblock for my extreme..what temp u getting on the koolance motherboardblock u got there.???
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[ FL ] F3-16000CL9D-8GBFL (4Gx2)


this be what im running right now=) now at 1667 @ 1.65v
8-9-8-24 1t
http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=283
Looks good to me
    
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