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You guys are funny.

Y nots be proactive and mention the issue to CPUID so they can fix it for your fellow OC'ers? Or you guys leaving it to me to be the squeeky wheel?

~Ceadder
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You guys are funny.

Y nots be proactive and mention the issue to CPUID so they can fix it for your fellow OC'ers? Or you guys leaving it to me to be the squeeky wheel?

~Ceadder
Not to worry, already sent them an e-mail
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So did I. Told them there where others on here at OCN with same issue.
 
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Cool.

Now if only I could sell my RAM in this short a time. lol

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Hey there.

I just purchased the Crosshair IV Extreme and i had a few concerns.

This is my first system ive built in almost 7 years so im a little rusty with alot of the newer standards and i might not always know what to expect.

It seems like it runs pretty hot specially at full load
Idle temptures for the NB was about 45c but at full load it was 63c and still climbing before i stopped Prime 95

I ended up replacing the stock casefans which now the NB stays around 45c idle and 55c full load

I suppose thats not bad but this is what disturbs me
This is hard to describe, but on the back of the motherboard near the NB heatsink the heat just pours out of the gap between the case and the board.
There is so much heat emiting from underneath the board it burned my fingertip just passing it near the gap.

Using a IR heat thermomoter i was reading temps of 85+c
I did not believe it so i got the probes that came with the board and it was indeed 80~c
Is it normal for the underside to be this hot?
and this is while the NB reports normal 45c~50c temps

And the other thing ive notices is occasionaly the usb ports malfunction
they have a few times stopped working for no reason everything on them will suddenly go dead or freeze such as mouse or keyboard. Its rare but makes me worry.
The rest of the system functions fine when the usb ports does this. i usualy just hit the powerbutton and let windows shut itself down.
I dont think im using too much usb power as i only have a powered external cdrom and keyboard and mouse. And these are any port. front or rear

Im not overclocking at all
just a normal setup for now
latest bios all windows updates and latest drivers
using the intel network beta driver on the asus website also
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Hey there.

I just purchased the Crosshair IV Extreme and i had a few concerns.

This is my first system ive built in almost 7 years so im a little rusty with alot of the newer standards and i might not always know what to expect.

It seems like it runs pretty hot specially at full load
Idle temptures for the NB was about 45c but at full load it was 63c and still climbing before i stopped Prime 95

I ended up replacing the stock casefans which now the NB stays around 45c idle and 55c full load

I suppose thats not bad but this is what disturbs me
This is hard to describe, but on the back of the motherboard near the NB heatsink the heat just pours out of the gap between the case and the board.
There is so much heat emiting from underneath the board it burned my fingertip just passing it near the gap.

Using a IR heat thermomoter i was reading temps of 85+c
I did not believe it so i got the probes that came with the board and it was indeed 80~c
Is it normal for the underside to be this hot?
and this is while the NB reports normal 45c~50c temps

And the other thing ive notices is occasionaly the usb ports malfunction
they have a few times stopped working for no reason everything on them will suddenly go dead or freeze such as mouse or keyboard. Its rare but makes me worry.
The rest of the system functions fine when the usb ports does this. i usualy just hit the powerbutton and let windows shut itself down.
I dont think im using too much usb power as i only have a powered external cdrom and keyboard and mouse. And these are any port. front or rear

Im not overclocking at all
just a normal setup for now
latest bios all windows updates and latest drivers
using the intel network beta driver on the asus website also
Well lets see first things first.

NB, it looks like you might try the NB fix. This entails separating the heatsinks off the board(six screws one basic piece) and checking the supplied TIM for indentations indicating good meh or bad contact between chipsets and heatsink. If "meh"(which I'm gonna assume this is the case) then you'll need to take the standoffs off the heatsinks and compare them NB v. SB one at a time so as not to get them mixed up. If the NB standoff is longer than the SB one, you'll need to file them down to meet the same length as the SB. To do this you'll need to keep a file flat on the table and run the female portion of the standoff along it. This keeps the shavings out of the standoff and on the work surface. Once you've gotten that done and both are relatively similar in length put the new standoff back in the NB and repeat with the other one. Reattach the heatsinks fully, then remove and double check the contact. Once you're satisfied with that take an Xacto blade and cut out the indented portion leaving a form that will be a guide for replacement TIM. I used Shin-Etsu G751. It's only heat conductive as far as I am aware. Use the stuff sparingly, maybe a 3rd of a grain of rice sized spots. Just enough to make contact with the sinks but not enough to spill out and around the chipsets. Even if you still have the protective film on them.

Reseat the heatsink and you should be running between ~42c to ~49c maybe a little higher depending on the application you're running.

Okay, now I believe that you have to install the JMicronX36 driver for your USBs. I'm not entirely sure because it's been awhile since I messed with this. Gonna have to remember though since mine is being RMA'ed.

The only driver installation I didn't even mess with was the Ethernet driver because I run a wireless card. No need to have bloatware on the system if I never intend to use it and if I need it I have the utilities disc to do so later on.

If it's not the X36 driver then you just may need a BIOS update which you can accomplish by going to Asus and downloading their System Utility which will flash whatever driver you pull from them. I'm currently running 1304. Started at 0801 flashed over 0905 and because of the issues I've been having tried 1304. Don't worry though whatever the issue is, I'm sure it's fixable. Just try not to power down your system like that.

Welcome to the club.

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I have probably missed something in the 900 pages but I have a couple of questions.

1.I have 2 GTX580’s and the Lucid chip just doesn’t support the games I play, I tried using the SLI patch but it doesn’t work…I’m guessing because I’m using the Lucid pci-e slots 1 and 4. so if I use 1 and 3 do you think the SLI patch will work? I would just try it but as you can see (see link) I would have to drain and re-hose everything.


2. I noticed (only noticed when I plugged in the 1100T) that the NB and SB are hitting 55c and 60c if I overclock….is that to high?
you would need to be using slots 1 & 3 for the SLI hack to work.

That seems a little high but roughly where I sit with 1.55v to my NB
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Well lets see first things first.

NB, it looks like you might try the NB fix. This entails separating the heatsinks off the board(six screws one basic piece) and checking the supplied TIM for indentations indicating good meh or bad contact between chipsets and heatsink. If "meh"(which I'm gonna assume this is the case) then you'll need to take the standoffs off the heatsinks and compare them NB v. SB one at a time so as not to get them mixed up. If the NB standoff is longer than the SB one, you'll need to file them down to meet the same length as the SB. To do this you'll need to keep a file flat on the table and run the female portion of the standoff along it. This keeps the shavings out of the standoff and on the work surface. Once you've gotten that done and both are relatively similar in length put the new standoff back in the NB and repeat with the other one. Reattach the heatsinks fully, then remove and double check the contact. Once you're satisfied with that take an Xacto blade and cut out the indented portion leaving a form that will be a guide for replacement TIM. I used Shin-Etsu G751. It's only heat conductive as far as I am aware. Use the stuff sparingly, maybe a 3rd of a grain of rice sized spots. Just enough to make contact with the sinks but not enough to spill out and around the chipsets. Even if you still have the protective film on them.

Reseat the heatsink and you should be running between ~42c to ~49c maybe a little higher depending on the application you're running.

Okay, now I believe that you have to install the JMicronX36 driver for your USBs. I'm not entirely sure because it's been awhile since I messed with this. Gonna have to remember though since mine is being RMA'ed.

The only driver installation I didn't even mess with was the Ethernet driver because I run a wireless card. No need to have bloatware on the system if I never intend to use it and if I need it I have the utilities disc to do so later on.

If it's not the X36 driver then you just may need a BIOS update which you can accomplish by going to Asus and downloading their System Utility which will flash whatever driver you pull from them. I'm currently running 1304. Started at 0801 flashed over 0905 and because of the issues I've been having tried 1304. Don't worry though whatever the issue is, I'm sure it's fixable. Just try not to power down your system like that.

Welcome to the club.

~Ceadder
He has an extreme board and not the formula. The extreme board is completely differant from the formula board.
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Originally Posted by silentsquall View Post
Hey there.

I just purchased the Crosshair IV Extreme and i had a few concerns.

This is my first system ive built in almost 7 years so im a little rusty with alot of the newer standards and i might not always know what to expect.

It seems like it runs pretty hot specially at full load
Idle temptures for the NB was about 45c but at full load it was 63c and still climbing before i stopped Prime 95

I ended up replacing the stock casefans which now the NB stays around 45c idle and 55c full load

I suppose thats not bad but this is what disturbs me
This is hard to describe, but on the back of the motherboard near the NB heatsink the heat just pours out of the gap between the case and the board.
There is so much heat emiting from underneath the board it burned my fingertip just passing it near the gap.

Using a IR heat thermomoter i was reading temps of 85+c
I did not believe it so i got the probes that came with the board and it was indeed 80~c
Is it normal for the underside to be this hot?
and this is while the NB reports normal 45c~50c temps

And the other thing ive notices is occasionaly the usb ports malfunction
they have a few times stopped working for no reason everything on them will suddenly go dead or freeze such as mouse or keyboard. Its rare but makes me worry.
The rest of the system functions fine when the usb ports does this. i usualy just hit the powerbutton and let windows shut itself down.
I dont think im using too much usb power as i only have a powered external cdrom and keyboard and mouse. And these are any port. front or rear

Im not overclocking at all
just a normal setup for now
latest bios all windows updates and latest drivers
using the intel network beta driver on the asus website also
We would like to know exactly where the 85 C + temp is coming from?
I took the side off my extreme and could not find heat like that.
My NB will run between 49 C and 59 C.
My extreme is over clocked
Less than 65C is OK by ASUS
Please use PC Probe II for Temps it comes with the extreme.
A picture would be nice.
A temperature of 85 C must be tracked down and fixed!
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While the 85c is way high I can find spots in the 70's under high load for long periods of time with my IR gun. The hot spots I found though are near the caps for the CPU power.
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