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I updated the Bios on my Asus Deluxe board to 1302 yesterday and it seems that it finally got rid of the cold boot issues my system was having... I just hopes that it stays this way...
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I called the Asus 6 series chipset hotline to register my board and the rep said they will start the exchange on April 1st. Not sure if this has been confirmed already or if his info was wrong. Just passing on some info I got.
post #1133 of 3000
WARNING! if you are not having problems with your bios do not flash to the new 1302. It seems a few people that had been rock solid with their previews bios, now after flashing all they have is a dead mobo. Don't take the risk.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by eduardmc View Post
WARNING! if you are not having problems with your bios do not flash to the new 1302. It seems a few people that had been rock solid with their previews bios, now after flashing all they have is a dead mobo. Don't take the risk.
Good to know. I'm kinda glad the workstation bios come out late since I update the day they come out
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I got a question here ..can you disable Marvell (navy blue ports) controller and have ATAPI optical drive running on them
thanks

@eduardmc..yep 1302 and 1003 is NO GO..can brick your bios chip
Edited by coolhandluke41 - 2/16/11 at 12:24pm
    
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I had success overclocking 24 hours stable at 5ghz, but then i got greedy and wanted cooler temps and thats when i now have the following issues:

My h70 corsair i felt wasnt cooling properly, even when not under load.. ie: in the bios it read 54-55C at 5ghz at 1.41 volts.. roughly 39-40C in the bios at 3.4ghz for perspective.. i didnt think this was good (my max load at 5ghz was about 82C after several hours of prime95, it would fluctuate between 78-82 etc, at ambient of 21 or 22C). Things were set as exhaust.

I used 90% alcohol to redo with arctic matrix mx4, several times, no change.. nothing i did mattered and the radiator when removing a fan didnt even feel warm..

So now my asus p8p67 deluxe board suddenly crapped on me..
I had a mem ok red led on trying to post (wouldnt post).. took out all but 1 chip, posted ok.. then it would shut off and the cpu red led came on..

I managed to get it to post again.. looked in bios it said 75C.. i tried shutting down and making sure everything was ok with the h70, it was, turned back on and i got a cpu overheat message on post.

Has anything like this ever happened to anyone thus far?
I'm basically going to try swapping parts to figure out what the problem is.. even if a cmos clear fixes the post, i still would feel better with a replacement board i think?

Something is amiss big time.. i had a perfect though a tad warm at prime95 max load, 5ghz setup and shouldnt have tried to mess with the paste i guess
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Quote:
Originally Posted by markm75 View Post
I had success overclocking 24 hours stable at 5ghz, but then i got greedy and wanted cooler temps and thats when i now have the following issues:

My h70 corsair i felt wasnt cooling properly, even when not under load.. ie: in the bios it read 54-55C at 5ghz at 1.41 volts.. roughly 39-40C in the bios at 3.4ghz for perspective.. i didnt think this was good (my max load at 5ghz was about 82C after several hours of prime95, it would fluctuate between 78-82 etc, at ambient of 21 or 22C). Things were set as exhaust.

I used 90% alcohol to redo with arctic matrix mx4, several times, no change.. nothing i did mattered and the radiator when removing a fan didnt even feel warm..

So now my asus p8p67 deluxe board suddenly crapped on me..
I had a mem ok red led on trying to post (wouldnt post).. took out all but 1 chip, posted ok.. then it would shut off and the cpu red led came on..

I managed to get it to post again.. looked in bios it said 75C.. i tried shutting down and making sure everything was ok with the h70, it was, turned back on and i got a cpu overheat message on post.

Has anything like this ever happened to anyone thus far?
I'm basically going to try swapping parts to figure out what the problem is.. even if a cmos clear fixes the post, i still would feel better with a replacement board i think?

Something is amiss big time.. i had a perfect though a tad warm at prime95 max load, 5ghz setup and shouldnt have tried to mess with the paste i guess
are you sure your pump is connected to MB ?,install stock cooler and give it a go..,sounds like your pump is not running
Edited by coolhandluke41 - 2/16/11 at 12:58pm
    
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are you sure your pump is connected to MB ?,install stock cooler and give it a go..,sounds like your pump is not running
Pump is running, if i disconnect it, temps jump into 60s from say 50C in the bios.


And with only one memory stick, trying 4.8ghz, prime95 blend, after 10 minutes i'm at 71C (i had 16gb and 4 sticks in before at 5.0ghz and it was maxed at 83C after awhile), after 18 minutes with only 4gb, up to 79C, so i guess its all the same.

Some more info..

I can now boot.. but.. i cant put more than 1 stick of memory in, without error code 38.. and memok red led.

I'm reset the cmos..

I'm not sure what else to do.. i'm at the latest bios 1204

I cant get a replacement board until at least april which sucks.
    
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post #1140 of 3000
Updated to 1302

Disabled BT, oc'd to previous numbers.

Everything is alright.
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