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how long does it take before items end up as open box on newegg?
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Does anyone know if Asus will be doing anything about this issue, or are we effectively on our own?

I've also noted a discrepancy in the temperature readings reported in the BIOS (idle at 62-64 on the NB) and Probe II (idles at 50 to 55). My Noctua D14 has a 140mm fan that blows towards the NB so I guess the temps would be even higher with a stock AMD fan...
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when you tri-fire this
will it use the back pci-e 1-6 or 2-7?
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Thanks, but should I install the drivers in the HDs first? It look like the samsungs F3 has a little problem with the NB850 so should I remove the Raid install the drivers to each HD or could I live them in Raid and install the driver?
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I setup my RAID 0 with two Samsungs F3's, now Windows 7 can't detect my harddrives, so I have to install the drivers first but when I went to the samsung website there is something about Update for SB850 compatibility problem, any Idea what to do?
You need to flash the firmware of the F3's, one at a time, from bootable media. they have to be in sata slot #1 and it will erase the data on the disks.

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Does anyone know if Asus will be doing anything about this issue, or are we effectively on our own?

I've also noted a discrepancy in the temperature readings reported in the BIOS (idle at 62-64 on the NB) and Probe II (idles at 50 to 55). My Noctua D14 has a 140mm fan that blows towards the NB so I guess the temps would be even higher with a stock AMD fan...
I also noticed this, exact same difference infact, but if the heatsink is working normally, both temps should be <65*c max load, I personally trust Probe II more.

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hi I am new to this form, I know that it has been discussed before, but there are still some things I want to know before I start to take my mother board apart. First, when I boot up an go into bios my temps are 52c nb and 39c sb. do you guys think it would be better to just replace thermal past and fix standoffs or just thermal past second question do i only need to apply thermal past to the north and south bridge or do i also need to put it on something else. If i need to also apply thermal past somewhere like MOFSETS can you tell me where that is. Also do i need to do anything to the white pads if i fix the standoffs.
52*c in bios is fine, try stressing the NB with furmark+prime95smallFFTs+superPi and make sure the NB temp doesn't exceed 65*c (in Probe II). if you are required to void the warranty, 1 make sure you dont file the standoffs too short or over-tighten, 2, leave the soft support pads around contact areas and 3, if you replace any TIM/paste make sure its non conductive or you'll possibly blow your mobo.

sorry for the long thread, btw left my stock yellow "paste" on and just filed the standoffs 2mm and temps dropped 10*c at load and even more at idle, just a side note, NB crashes at >72*c lol... (also replaced the TIM/paste on my 5870's v-regs and got >20*c lower @ load!)
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hi, I was wondering how the h50 performs with high overclocks on this board..at maybe 4.00GHz?

also, how does venomous X fit on C4F?
    
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Heu again. I was just wondering if anybody knows the max voltages for NB, SB, HT?

I think i saw somewhere in here but I cant find it

Thnx for any help
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my NB temp was 98 degrees and crashes a few seconds later. I made the two retention screws the same size as the brass ones and then it dropped to 70. so i took it out and again and realised that it only hit the yellow stuff on one edge. Then i realised along with the long screws, the whole heatsink wasn't flat so i had to straighten it up also (i just grabbed in and bent it until my eye said it was straight). Now my NB temp is 36 at idle (which i am happy with). but unfortunately i did some damage removing and reinstalling those retention screws and now one is threaded so it just slides out. I bent the heatsink further to push against the motherboard so there is no need for that screw. All done, i dont ever want to think about the NB again. Lets hope my very messy solution holds. Otherwise i think ill have to make my own heatsink.
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I only want to control my fans what about the H50 pump? since its connected at the CPU Fan channel is it going to affect the speed aswell?
The cpu fan channel is controled by the qcpu function, dont play with that just the other, powerfan otp1-4, you know, those.
What does your pump run at rpm wise?
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@ what overclock? and 55c on the cores or actual cpu temp?
As far as I am concerned it is the actual cpu temp. I also have 2 noctus 140mm fans and 4 x 120mm fans cooling the case.
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The cpu fan channel is controled by the qcpu function, dont play with that just the other, powerfan otp1-4, you know, those.
What does your pump run at rpm wise?


Its at 1350 RMPs I'm my CPU is at 37c
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