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oficial Asus 1502 BIOS are life
1. Fix system maybe hang if the NEC Chip F/W is broken.(can some one explain what this is about)

Edited by coolhandluke41 - 3/20/11 at 5:20pm
    
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I have no idea *** that even means. I'll wait a few days. ASUS' history of BIOS has been shakey.
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I have no idea *** that even means. I'll wait a few days. ASUS' history of BIOS has been shakey.
remember my thread about windows slow loading sometimes ?
could this be it ?
    
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remember my thread about windows slow loading sometimes ?
could this be it ?
Don't know. Going to wait it out like I always have.
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I ran Prime95 for a entire night I woke up about 8 hours later and it was at 48c but didn't crash. I figured it was pretty safe to say it was stable. its now been a full 48 hours since then and its been rock solid stable.
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I ran Prime95 for a entire night I woke up about 8 hours later and it was at 48c but didn't crash. I figured it was pretty safe to say it was stable. its now been a full 48 hours since then and its been rock solid stable.
did you ran prime95 small or large ftts ? large ftts is much better for testing stability
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i am running 1305 bios, has anyone experienced the post reboots after OCing? When i turn my pc off, then power it back on it loops maybe once or twice then starts up. I dont get the error due to OCing etc. Just wondering why this happens? Or if anyone else has experienced this ?

Anyone? It used to happen a lot worse on the UD7, thing would reboot from cold boot like 6 or more times sometimes before i got a post screen with an error due to OCing...
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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post
oficial Asus 1502 BIOS are life
1. Fix system maybe hang if the NEC Chip F/W is broken.(can some one explain what this is about)
What this is about is A GOD SEND for me. It means they finally fixed the random blue screens that would happen for no apparent reason. Now I know it's because of a "broken NEC" which I could care less about why, as long as it's fixed.... WHICH IT APPEARS TO BE!!!!! YAYAYAYAYAYA ASUS

I could fold for a week straight non stop and my system wouldn't even so much as hiccup. BUTTTTTT I would be playing a game, or doing something like using Microsoft word and BAM!!! bsod 124.... which we all know means more vcore, but I KNEW that was bs as I said, I was folding for weeks on end at a set voltage with no problems. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU FINALLY Asus.
    
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post #1429 of 3000
Iv'e been fighting with the same random bluescreens as well. Prime95/IBT runs fine for 30+ minutes. Can play a game for 2 hours no problem.

I start browsing the web and randomly, BSOD x124. At first I thought it wasnt enough voltage to my memory/IMC or my cpu. Whats also odd is that when it did lock up my HDD light was solid.

I actually have better stability with the new B3 P8P67 Pro than the original. I'll give this bios a shot tonight.
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1502 was good for me. 1304 dropped my OC from 4.7 to 4.5 @ 1.375 vcore. With 1502 I'm back to where I was.
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