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Yeah I want to do 1&3 for the native xfire but if #1 is bad I either have to RMA or use Lucid Crossfire 3:

I've got the directcu's and man they're nice looking. Pretty amazing performance single card too. Can't wait to get my second.
If you have to RMA ASUS will send you a motherboard and then you can send the old motherboard back to ASUS after you have set up your new motherboard

http://service.asus.com/aps/
    
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i just put my disk in drive and started opening folders i didnt no wheather it was there or not as i never use 1394 but after looking thru folders i found it there
am trying to copy but havent been able to open it yet im pretty good at building machines but aint worth a damn using them yes it was in the j micron
I went to CNET.com and grabbed a software called "Unkown Device Identifier". So now I know exactly which driver I need. It's a IEEE 1394 VIA Technologies Chip, so I need VIA driver (not JMicron).
Everywhere I try to download it, websites redirecting me to Windows Update... but Windows Update didn't solved my problem.
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I went to CNET.com and grabbed a software called "Unkown Device Identifier". So now I know exactly which driver I need. It's a IEEE 1394 VIA Technologies Chip, so I need VIA driver (not JMicron).
Everywhere I try to download it, websites redirecting me to Windows Update... but Windows Update didn't solved my problem.
Have you checked through device manager? I have it on my system and it shows in device manager, just not sure where it came from as I don't use firewire either. After windows only items I took off the disc were the RAID, LAN, Audio and USB3 drivers. Than of course updated windows.

Looks like a windows driver to me. I assume you had device plugged in when doing updates?


Edited by The Sandman - 5/3/11 at 9:54am
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Smallest divisor? Are you talking about the overall speed (1333, 1600, etc...) or the timings (9-9-9-24, 8-8-8-24, etc...)? If you lowered the timings to the lowest numbers that will definitely keep your computer from booting. Or maybe you're talking about the voltage (1.65, 1.45, etc...)? Putting that too low could cause issues too.
If I put the smaller the divisor. 1600 ok, 1333 ok, 1066 ok, 800 no, do not start
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Have you checked through device manager? I have it on my system and it shows in device manager, just not sure where it came from as I don't use firewire either. After windows only items I took off the disc were the RAID, LAN, Audio and USB3 drivers. Than of course updated windows.

Looks like a windows driver to me. I assume you had device plugged in when doing updates?
I got this through device manager :



And I got this thtough Unknown Device Identifier software :



I tried to make device manager search for the driver in System32\\Drivers but it didn't find anything...

Thanks to you, I know now which driver version I need to grab.

I just got an idea, I think I know what I need know.

I may need a file called "1394ohci.sys.mui" located in a folder called "en-en" in "C:\\Windows\\System32\\drivers". Maybe it's the folder "en-en", I don't know because I have a french version of Windows 7, and mine is "fr-fr" and you probably have an english version, so I guess it's "en-en".
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Alright, so I slimmed down to 1 stick of Ram, stuck it in a slot I wasn't using before. GPU in Slot 3, fresh install of drivers. Still failed, changed the stick to the other, still failed. Each time I shut down the comp to change something I booted by using MEM-OK to make sure it was regestering the RAM and setting it to compatible specs.

Checking the board's caps tonight, just to make sure, but im 99% sure that ASUS wouldn't cheap on caps at all especially on a Enthusiast Overclocker's board.

Gonna have to wait till the new GPU gets here to fully test.

Also, the way I installed, I inserted the windows disk, clicked format on C:, completed, installed windows fresh on C:. Made sure plug & play PCI was enabled in BIOS, inserted CIVE mobo disk and installed chipset and the whole nine yards, did all windows updates and then went on Asus' site and downloaded CCC and the drivers directly from them, making sure that it was a clean and fresh install.

A friend brought up the question, did you update your BIOS? Not that I know of, I just put the mobo disk in and let that install whatever was on it.

So guys, do I have to manually do the BIOS or should it have done it through the disk? @_@ Cause I swear if its just that I forgot to do the BIOS ima rage at myself.

Lol xD

@Tweeky

I saw that this morning, but i've been trying to get ahold of Asus support since yesterday and NO ONE picks up the dang phone. Rings, dead air, eventual hangup on their end.
Edited by Davitz - 5/3/11 at 12:10pm
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I got this through device manager :



And I got this thtough Unknown Device Identifier software :



I tried to make device manager search for the driver in System32\\Drivers but it didn't find anything...

Thanks to you, I know now which driver version I need to grab.

I just got an idea, I think I know what I need know.

I may need a file called "1394ohci.sys.mui" located in a folder called "en-en" in "C:\\Windows\\System32\\drivers". Maybe it's the folder "en-en", I don't know because I have a french version of Windows 7, and mine is "fr-fr" and you probably have an english version, so I guess it's "en-en".
Here it is, you're correct but on my english version it's in the en-US.

I wonder if it comes with the USB3.0 package on the disc.

I did a quick search and found it here http://www.drivermax.com/driver/driv...&iduser=230972 but I have no idea of how trust worthy this site is (use with caution).

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If I put the smaller the divisor. 1600 ok, 1333 ok, 1066 ok, 800 no, do not start
Oh ok... Those are your ram speeds in Mhz... 1333 is the lowest most people would go with DDR3, although you usually want higher speeds, not lower speeds. 1600 is the most common speed, and is probably what you want to set yours at.
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If I put the smaller the divisor. 1600 ok, 1333 ok, 1066 ok, 800 no, do not start
Welcome...

What are your system specification? Suggest you go to "User CP" and then fill out the "Edit System" section so it shows what configuration you have in your computer. This will also ask for your RAM brand and specified speeds as per the manufacturer. Then I believe memebers would be able to help you out much better.
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now to a new queston kinda off topic but has anyone had any tweaking experience with a 5000 black edition processor

Yes! I still have mine. Was fun to bench with! I got a GHz OC on it but could prob get more out of it with the knowledge I have today and a good board.

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If I put the smaller the divisor. 1600 ok, 1333 ok, 1066 ok, 800 no, do not start
What bios revision? Because the first one or two would not post at 800 no matter what. It was a bug.
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