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i get the idea now....so probably due to fluctuation its damaging the speakers....hopefully not the rig it self
    
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Ok... guys with the sound card issue. The only thing I can think of at this time is tyo exchange PSU's to see if that helps or to request an RMA. Use this site (Thanks sch010!) as your RMA guide. I am assuming you are in the USA. If not, you may need to look at an alternate method of RMA'ing which is suitable with your area. ASUS will then make an attempt to help you through fixing the problem before accepting to RMA. If I understand correctly, in the US they will send you a board first, you replace and then you return the damaged board to them so your downtime should be minimal.

Good luck and let us all know how this turns out. I am sure someone in the future is going to have the same issue and you wll be their guide.
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Guys, what's the common voltage for a 4ghz 1090 on CH IV ??

I used to be able to get 4ghz @ 1.44v on my old 785GT board, but now I need 1.462 on IV ???!!!!!
does a combo of multi + FSB need more volt than just multi ??
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Can you say 3 way graphics cards with x16 lanes for each card without hydra driver installed!!!
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Guys, what's the common voltage for a 4ghz 1090 on CH IV ??

I used to be able to get 4ghz @ 1.44v on my old 785GT board, but now I need 1.462 on IV ???!!!!!
does a combo of multi + FSB need more volt than just multi ??
1,44? that s too high for a 1090t
im RS (1 hour linx memory set to all, without errors) with 1,3875 and vcore during the stress test max was 1,43v.

yes, probably less vcore is required with less molt and icreasing the fsb (but then check your ram frequency)
try 282*14,5 with 1,4v (my settings)
post #7586 of 13131
Hey guys.. i got 1 question...
Does the Crosshair IV has the LCD poster to monitor temps/voltage etc??
If didnt see any picture of it and it's wierd since previous models had it...
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Always register my stuff too. Thanks for all the info, most useful/helpful. Looks like I'll be placing that order here in just a few. It'll work out just right as I ordered some rotary connectors for my loop Friday which should give me plenty of time to also Lap my WB and have that part done before these drives arrive.

Any better way than a clean install for this Raid setup? Can I mirror what I have presently have onto it? Or is it better to just re image fresh? I trust I can still partition my Raid setup to separate the OS, and than simply redirect to new locations for Docs, pics etc like a regular HDD setup?
I was not able to use windows mirror or image on to my raid 0 drives some thing about windows it just does not like raid drives. Windows will not load without a raid driver I told windows to use the raid driver I provided but it would recognize the raid drive. I had to do clean install on my formula.

Raid 0 drives can be partition just like standard hard drives.
    
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1,44? that s too high for a 1090t
im RS (1 hour linx memory set to all, without errors) with 1,3875 and vcore during the stress test max was 1,43v.

yes, probably less vcore is required with less molt and icreasing the fsb (but then check your ram frequency)
try 282*14,5 with 1,4v (my settings)
Rep to you man...... That actually worked !

This board favors low multi + high FSB ( the exact opposite of my old 785GT board).
Got 4.02GHZ stable at 1.39 (1.44 under full load).

is it ok to push for 1.4v ( 1.45 under foul load) ?? I mean is it safe ? I could probably get 4.05 out it .
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Rep to you man...... That actually worked !

This board favors low multi + high FSB ( the exact opposite of my old 785GT board).
Got 4.02GHZ stable at 1.39 (1.44 under full load).

is it ok to push for 1.4v ( 1.45 under foul load) ?? I mean is it safe ? I could probably get 4.05 out it .
Just monitor those temperatures and keep them below 62 C
    
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Just monitor those temperatures and keep them below 62 C
yeh, I know. If I can get it stable at 300 FSB, my ram and NB frequency will get sorted ^^ .
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