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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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post #1931 of 6481
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Playing with some FSB overclocking now.. Because of this I downed my multiplier from 9 to 8. My usual setting is 450FSB x9 and 1.33750v Vcore LLC enabled. This translates into 1.32v idle/Light Load and 1.34v full load.

However, I left Vcore as it was when I downed the multiplier. But now it shows only 1.30v Idle... And only 1.31v when running Prime95 Large FFT's...

My question is, why?
The answer: Lower power consumption of the CPU due lower freq..

And that's why LLC is not pushing trough as much volts as it does w/ 9x multiplier..

CHEERS..
     
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post #1932 of 6481
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I guess no one has a Backplate from a P5Q Deluxe around that they aren't using and/or don't need any more?

They sell those things for way more then they cost to begin with. Especially when they are supposed to be included.
heres one for 10 bucks.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ASUS-I-O-IO-Back...item2eb2c38b67
    
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post #1933 of 6481
Hi guys... i want to ask you for opinion...


The story is next...
My P5Q Pro started to act weird since last year in few things:



1) when i turn on pc, it turns off and on again - i heard that condition is called fake boot, is that good or bad for mobo, would that affect other components or maybe other components are causing that problem



2) Since last year, maybe around April, my system got slower even if i have 8gb ddr2 corsair memory and fresh installed windows7. I have latest bios, not modded, from 2009



3)In bios, i put settings for Ide and Ahci connections since i have 3 hdds and 2 dvd rw, and still my bios is showing that all my connections are IDE. Before, he was showing me i have 2 sata and 1 ide drive... now when i have 3 sata and 2 ide, all of them is ide

4)Also connection with previous point in bios, and mobo, there is 6 sata ports on mobo, and first 3 when you connect your sata drives some of them are showing as sata some of them as ide, when you connect them to last 3, all of them are showed as IDE. I dont get that cause i had same connections, last year, last 3 and 2 sata, and they were showed as sata, now its different




Also, this is my setup:
Mobo P5Q pro
Ram Corsair 4x2gb DDR2 800mhz CL55518
PSU Jeantech 500w
GPU saphire 6850
2xide roms LG gsa-h20n and LG gsa-h21n
3xsata Seagate 320gb 8mb, WD 640 16mb, Samsung F4 2t 32mb
3 regulated fans 12cm




Can you explain me what am i doing wrong or is this mobo starting to become faulty
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post #1934 of 6481
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Originally Posted by Erper View Post
Hi guys... i want to ask you for opinion...


The story is next...
My P5Q Pro started to act weird since last year in few things:



1) when i turn on pc, it turns off and on again - i heard that condition is called fake boot, is that good or bad for mobo, would that affect other components or maybe other components are causing that problem



2) Since last year, maybe around April, my system got slower even if i have 8gb ddr2 corsair memory and fresh installed windows7. I have latest bios, not modded, from 2009



3)In bios, i put settings for Ide and Ahci connections since i have 3 hdds and 2 dvd rw, and still my bios is showing that all my connections are IDE. Before, he was showing me i have 2 sata and 1 ide drive... now when i have 3 sata and 2 ide, all of them is ide

4)Also connection with previous point in bios, and mobo, there is 6 sata ports on mobo, and first 3 when you connect your sata drives some of them are showing as sata some of them as ide, when you connect them to last 3, all of them are showed as IDE. I dont get that cause i had same connections, last year, last 3 and 2 sata, and they were showed as sata, now its different




Also, this is my setup:
Mobo P5Q pro
Ram Corsair 4x2gb DDR2 800mhz CL55518
PSU Jeantech 500w
GPU saphire 6850
2xide roms LG gsa-h20n and LG gsa-h21n
3xsata Seagate 320gb 8mb, WD 640 16mb, Samsung F4 2t 32mb
3 regulated fans 12cm




Can you explain me what am i doing wrong or is this mobo starting to become faulty
Hi!

Try to remove 2 memsticks and see if that changes anything.

I have tried two different 4x2GB configurations (They where also listed in the QVL as could use in all slots 8Gig. And they did, when not overclocking) in my P5Q Pro Turbo and in both cases I had all kinds of wierd and erratic behaviour when overclocking with 4x2GB (8GB RAM). However, when using 2x2GB (4GB in two slots) or 2x2GB + 2x1GB (4 slots with 6GB RAM, all my problems was gone). I also tried every setting there was in bios and every possible combination there was. I see in your sig that you are overclocking your 8Gig configuration.

And if you search Google you find many people with P5Q Pro/Pro Turbo that struggles using 4x2GB. Some, even at stock speeds.

Just try it and see what happens. Or did you use 4x2GB before your problems started?

It may also be that one of your memsticks failed. You could test one at a time using memtest86 v4+ for DOS to check for errors.
Edited by turrican9 - 2/16/11 at 10:15am
    
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post #1935 of 6481
been there done that... for memory... and all ok...
before everything was ok, cause for the last 3years, same setup except cpu which came last june or so...
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post #1936 of 6481
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been there done that... for memory... and all ok...
before everything was ok, cause for the last 3years, same setup except cpu which came last june or so...
Almost sounds like your mobo is going bad. Tried to reflash bios?
    
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post #1937 of 6481
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been there done that... for memory... and all ok...
before everything was ok, cause for the last 3years, same setup except cpu which came last june or so...
Have you tried to clear the CMOS??

For HDD issue I don't know..

I have only one HDD so I have my set @ AHCI and it works just fine..

You need to have your OS installed as AHCI on HDD or to install AHCI driver additionally..

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AHCI should always be enabled before Windows7 install. Windows7 has built-in drivers for AHCI. As long as it's enabled before the installation.
    
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post #1939 of 6481
i was thinking of Cmos.. how long should i have battery out?
before i instaled OS, i changed settings again for AHCI, just to make sure...
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post #1940 of 6481
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i was thinking of Cmos.. how long should i have battery out?
before i instaled OS, i changed settings again for AHCI, just to make sure...
I have never believed in that, taking out battery stuff. I have always just cleared Cmos the usual way. You could always try taking out battery for 10 - 15 mins to see what happens.

You could also try, as I've said, to reflash bios.
    
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