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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric;15335576 
Any word yet on BIOS 1904? I'm running 1801 right now with no issues but am thinking of upgrading...

Its working great for me, I got a increase of 4000 points in a Aida64 benchmark
post #1162 of 1591
WELL I'M F'ING STOKED

Might be my board of choice when I upgrade to SB-E!!!
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post #1163 of 1591
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Originally Posted by mothow;15235847 
x58 not P67

I know, and the x58 only has two pcie 2.0 x16 slots. The other slot is a pcie 1 slot. Is that enough bw for physics?
post #1164 of 1591
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Originally Posted by MrBox;15353705 
I know, and the x58 only has two pcie 2.0 x16 slots. The other slot is a pcie 1 slot. Is that enough bw for physics?

Videocards need a full PCI-E slot, not just a small 1x PCI-E or 4x PCI-E

I don't know of any physics card that uses just a 1x or 4x PCI-E
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I was wondering if I add a soundcard to my rig on the pci-16. Will it will downgrade my crossfired videocards from x16 speed to x8 speed, if I use the third pci slot? Or is that only if I installed a third videocard to the third pci-e 16 slot???
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post #1166 of 1591
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Originally Posted by ShamisOMally;15355821 
Videocards need a full PCI-E slot, not just a small 1x PCI-E or 4x PCI-E

I don't know of any physics card that uses just a 1x or 4x PCI-E

I don't think you understand what we were talking about. I was asking the guy with the sabertooth x58 and three graphics cards in it. I am aware that video cards need a full pcie slot...

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post #1167 of 1591
I have an Asus Sabertooth X58 with 1304 BIOS & an OCZ Vert 3 120GB SSD. My question is,
Is there anyway to update the MARVELL BIOS that flash up at the beginning of boot up? My Marvell BIOS are 1019 at the moment which they have been since i 1st had it as i don't know how to update them or if you even can? Thanks.
post #1168 of 1591
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Originally Posted by milkyjoe;15407892 
I have an Asus Sabertooth X58 with 1304 BIOS & an OCZ Vert 3 120GB SSD. My question is,
Is there anyway to update the MARVELL BIOS that flash up at the beginning of boot up? My Marvell BIOS are 1019 at the moment which they have been since i 1st had it as i don't know how to update them or if you even can? Thanks.

Yes, you have to download the updated Marvell driver and such. It's separate.
post #1169 of 1591
^ thats to update your drivers, but not firmware, which is what he is asking. I believe that if an update comes out, it should be integrated with the motherboard BIOS update. If you are trying to get the most out of your vertex 3, forget it, Marvell controller maxes out at 400MB/s and it doesn't support TRIM. You are better off using the native SATA 2 ports.
post #1170 of 1591
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Originally Posted by milkyjoe;15407892 
I have an Asus Sabertooth X58 with 1304 BIOS & an OCZ Vert 3 120GB SSD. My question is,
Is there anyway to update the MARVELL BIOS that flash up at the beginning of boot up? My Marvell BIOS are 1019 at the moment which they have been since i 1st had it as i don't know how to update them or if you even can? Thanks.

You know up until now I didn't notice that. Me too, I'm showing Marvell BIOS 1019 during boot up.

I'm up to date with BIOS Driver 'Sabertooth X58 1304', I thought that updated it all? Shouldn't it show the 1034 during boot up?

I confirmed that CPU-Z shows BIOS Driver Brand: American Megatrends Inc. Version: 1304.

Current SATA driver is Marvell 9128 Controller Driver V1.0.0.1034 for 32/64bit Windows XP & Windows Vista & Windows 7.(WHQL) according to ASUS.

And now they are up to a beta BIOS (which I would never download until final release)? Marvell 91XX Controller Beta Driver V1.2.0.1002 for Windows 32/64bit Vista & 32/64bit.

Hmmmm. I went to Control Panel/System/Device Manager/System Devices/Marvel 91xxx Config Device and did a update driver option and browsed right to the USB folder containing 1304 but it said I already had the most up to date driver.
     
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