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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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im pretty sure crysis2 would run on a 486 with 2mb graphics card,it aint the benchmark it used to be.
LOL... What's up lately maxextz?

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Seems like these ASUS boards gets unstable when used for my secondary rig. This rig is up 24/7 for uploading/downloading. And it seems both the P5Q PRO Turbo and P5Q-E gets unstable after several days/a week of 24/7 use. Even at previous stable settings. I've even tried lighter overclocks... Eventually they will BSOD on idle/regular use and no longer be stable in Prime 95. Only way to remedy this is to clear cmos. And they will maybe be stable again.

This did not happen when they was used in my primary rig. Probably because that rig was used only for a few hours per day, then turned off.

This did not happen when using my Gigabyte GA-P35 DS3R in this rig. These Asus boards just don't seem to handle being used 24/7 for days and days without being turned off or rebooted.

I'm thinking of going back to my rock solid Gigabyte board again. This rig must handle being up around the clock, or it's useless for me.

Also thinking I should go Sandy in my secondary rig too. Sandy is much simpler to handle and much lesser issues.

Update: Took out 2x1GB and are now only using 2x2GB in my P5Q-E. This did not help in the P5Q PRO Turbo, only for a little while it helped. So If this does not help, I will install the Gigabyte board tomorrow and use 8GB RAM and a mild overclock of 3.6GHz or something. I need a solid 24/7 rig. And the Gigabyte board could handle 8GB RAM and run around the clock without issue.

Update 2: Prime95 Blend seems fine now with 2x2GB RAM. So much for my testing earlier on, thinking the P5Q-E had superior RAM stability with 4 sticks VS the P5Q PRO Turbo (Though it is much better VS P5Q PRO Turbo, there are still some issues). Seems like the whole ASUS P45 series and probably the P35 series too, hate using 4 sticks of RAM. My Gigabyte board had no trouble with 4 sticks. And as far as I know, the EP45 series do very well with 4 sticks. ASUS is spot on with their P67/Z68 series though. They simply have the best boards.
turrican9, I thought I felt the same way sometimes in the past... but now back to 4GHz with vNB bumped to 1.2V... so far as good.
     
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LOL... What's up lately maxextz?



turrican9, I thought I felt the same way sometimes in the past... but now back to 4GHz with vNB bumped to 1.2V... so far as good.
Well, Prime 95 Blend is still going strong, it's been about 11 hours now.. So taking out those two 1GB sticks may have solved it for now. Maybe the board suddenly needs more NB Volts or something, when using 4 sticks.

The P5Q PRO Turbo on the other hand, got problems, even with two sticks, if it just had been running for long enough. Really strange. Fixed it by either clearing cmos, or switching to two identical memsticks. Nothing wrong with the mem though.

One theory is some kind of static charging when the system has been up and running for a long time. I've seen it before. Also, it could be the internal wireless PCI card making some kind of electrical intereference. Who knows? Lol..


Update: I was to soon to speak. Just after posting here, and posting in some other threads, my system BSOD'd and rebooted, while at the same time Prime 95 Blend was going ok in the background, and had been for over 11 hours.

My P5Q-E and P5Q PRO Turbo are clearly not up to the task as being used around the clock for my 24/7 system. I will probably install the Gigabyte board today.

I don't wanna waste money on one more Sandy system to be used in my secondary system. 775 is really good enough for this system. But it needs to be rock solid, even if it has been up and running for 14 days.

Update2: I finally took the plunge and installed the Gigabyte board. I just want something that can be stable even if it's been running for days or weeks.
Edited by turrican9 - 7/18/11 at 12:08pm
    
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Seems like these ASUS boards gets unstable when used for my secondary rig. This rig is up 24/7 for uploading/downloading. And it seems both the P5Q PRO Turbo and P5Q-E gets unstable after several days/a week of 24/7 use. Even at previous stable settings. I've even tried lighter overclocks... Eventually they will BSOD on idle/regular use and no longer be stable in Prime 95. Only way to remedy this is to clear cmos. And they will maybe be stable again.

This did not happen when they was used in my primary rig. Probably because that rig was used only for a few hours per day, then turned off.

This did not happen when using my Gigabyte GA-P35 DS3R in this rig. These Asus boards just don't seem to handle being used 24/7 for days and days without being turned off or rebooted.

I'm thinking of going back to my rock solid Gigabyte board again. This rig must handle being up around the clock, or it's useless for me.

Also thinking I should go Sandy in my secondary rig too. Sandy is much simpler to handle and much lesser issues.

Update: Took out 2x1GB and are now only using 2x2GB in my P5Q-E. This did not help in the P5Q PRO Turbo, only for a little while it helped. So If this does not help, I will install the Gigabyte board tomorrow and use 8GB RAM and a mild overclock of 3.6GHz or something. I need a solid 24/7 rig. And the Gigabyte board could handle 8GB RAM and run around the clock without issue.

Update 2: Prime95 Blend seems fine now with 2x2GB RAM. So much for my testing earlier on, thinking the P5Q-E had superior RAM stability with 4 sticks VS the P5Q PRO Turbo (Though it is much better VS P5Q PRO Turbo, there are still some issues). Seems like the whole ASUS P45 series and probably the P35 series too, hate using 4 sticks of RAM. My Gigabyte board had no trouble with 4 sticks. And as far as I know, the EP45 series do very well with 4 sticks. ASUS is spot on with their P67/Z68 series though. They simply have the best boards.

lol

hey ocman,how you keeping?
    
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Trying one more time. Flashed my P5Q-E with the original 2101 bios and cleared cmos for 15 minutes. Was on the latest Ket's modded 2101. Trying 6GB RAM again, and previously stable settings. If this goes bad again, I'm changing board.

Update: Lol! It BSOD'd a short while after I had started Prime 95 Blend
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so so close to getting 4.5ghz @ 450FSB stable. Ended up at 1.65vcore and everything was looking good under Gromacs stress test but a random BSOD ended my fun. LLC was off so vcore was dropping to 1.58 under load, maybe I'll try turning that on...

Also, managed to get 475 semi-stable again by upping PLL voltage to 1.6. PLL seems to be the gateway to higher FSB, but I'm not yet sure about going over 1.6 on a 45nm chip...
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Bump for BSOD plagued P5Q club...

Multi @ 6x and test away..

Bump Vcore and test away..


CHEERS..
     
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Everything with this board has been intuitive except running more than two sticks of ram.
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I also wanna know this the Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver... is this able to use for Hot Swap for AHCI.. like you plug a new HDD without turning the pc off & also plug it out from the pc while it is still on too.. Don't need that safely remove anymore?
Sorry for this late reply, but I'm just getting around to reading some of the previous posts...

The newest IRST driver that works well with this mobo in AHCI & RAID is
v10.6.0.1022, although in device manager it shows a v10.6.0.1002.

I'm getting get HD response times in AHCI mode as my drives support NCQ.
Helps having a 2008MHz FSB with RAM running at 1000MHz though too...

You can download the drivers here: Intel® Rapid Storage Technology v10.6.0.1022


Personally I wouldn't hot-swap even if it says you can because of the possibility of damage to the Hard Drive & Data on it...but that's me. Better "Safe than Sorry!"

As far as a CPU Cooler, I'm using the CM V6GT & love it!
But it is very large & tall so it may not fit in your case!
Lots of clearance from the DRAM slots though & even tall ram heat-sinks should fit fine with it.





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Any of you P5Q owners in here tried to let you're overclocked P5Q systems been up and running for days/weeks, without turning off or rebooting? I had issues with both my P5Q-E and P5Q PRO Turbo with regards to this. No matter if I tossed out a couple of RAM sticks or ran a lighter overclock. Eventually they would BSOD if they had ran for long enough.

I'm using the Gigabyte GA-P35 DS3R now, which has proven it's stability in this regard, in the past. Also with all RAM slots filled. I need reliability for this secondary system. It needs to be up 24/7, around the clock.
    
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Any of you P5Q owners in here tried to let you're overclocked P5Q systems been up and running for days/weeks, without turning off or rebooting? I had issues with both my P5Q-E and P5Q PRO Turbo with regards to this. No matter if I tossed out a couple of RAM sticks or ran a lighter overclock. Eventually they would BSOD if they had ran for long enough.

I'm using the Gigabyte GA-P35 DS3R now, which has proven it's stability in this regard, in the past. Also with all RAM slots filled. I need reliability for this secondary system. It needs to be up 24/7, around the clock.
This is kinda an obvious question, but have you tried "Default" values for the mobo & cpu?
Usually if all else fails this is the best setup for 24/7 usage.
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Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 (E0) @ 4016MHz [8x502] ASUS P5Q Pro Turbo EVGA GTX 470 SC 1280mb/320bit G.SKILL-F2-8500CL5D-4GBPK & Corsair XMS2 @ 1004MHz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Seagate Barracuda SATAII-320GB x 2 + 1TB SATAII Samsung SATA DVD Burners x 2 CoolerMaster V6GT 6 Heatpipe 200w CPU Cooler Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Acer X222W 2500:1 - 5ms Logitech G15 (Old style blue backlighting) CoolerMaster Silent Pro Gold 80 Plus-800w ABS Stealth - Black Midtower 
MouseMouse Pad
Logitech MX518 2' x 2' Desktop Size Pad! 
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