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It cools the VRM and PCH.
Thx mate.
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What is the unknown device, 2 instances in device manager?

I've installed everything I can think of and it won't go away.
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Is it Simple PCI communication controller? That's just a glitch in the matrix, on some boards it's fixed by BIOS update but not mine (I mean line of boards like pro deluxe WS, not individual boards, if you have a BIOS update for it it will fix it). Everything I have seen makes me think it's just something that can be ignored for those of us without OCD.
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What is the unknown device, 2 instances in device manager?

I've installed everything I can think of and it won't go away.
Its the MEI not detecting properly.

usually re-installing intel MEI makes it go away. If that doesnt work, try reinstalling the USB 3.0 dirvers, that sometimes resets the MEI and detects its properly.
Edited by The Mac - 7/5/11 at 4:44pm
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1st impressions of 1850 on the deluxe with same oc settings on 1703 (45x, manual 350 phaze, pll overvolt disabled, high control):

1. Lower load vcore
2. Lower idle vcore
3. lower load temps (duh - lower vcore..lol) highest core at 79 degrees with 212+ one fan at 1925rpm
4. prime 95 much more stable (was game stable on 1703 but prime 95 BSODed at 1.5 hrs)
5. Dont need -.02 offset to get idle vcore to almost 1.000v
6. No more slow windows boots

next to test sleep overnight, was 100% functional under 1703 with no random reboots or Black screens.

now to really screw things up and play with the 11.7 preview catalyst....lol
Edited by The Mac - 7/5/11 at 7:05pm
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What is the unknown device, 2 instances in device manager?

I've installed everything I can think of and it won't go away.
Try installing (or reinstalling) Intel's chipset utility. That should make the unknown PCI devices go away in device manager.

Link Here.

It will install .inf files on your computer to identify the "unknown" devices, so that they get placed in the proper locations in device manager.
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1st impressions of 1850 on the deluxe with same oc settings on 1703 (45x, manual 350 phaze, pll overvolt disabled, high control):

1. Lower load vcore
2. Lower idle vcore
3. lower load temps (duh - lower vcore..lol) highest core at 79 degrees with 212+ one fan at 1925rpm
4. prime 95 much more stable (was game stable on 1703 but prime 95 BSODed at 1.5 hrs)
5. Dont need -.02 offset to get idle vcore to almost 1.000v
6. No more slow windows boots

next to test sleep overnight, was 100% functional under 1703 with no random reboots or Black screens.

now to really screw things up and play with the 11.7 preview catalyst....lol
Wow, seems like 1850 is a winner. Now to wait for the non-beta version.
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Atleast you've got a BIOS update, it's been more than 2 months for my board. I'd really like to get some more free OC from an update too.
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Originally Posted by The Mac View Post
1st impressions of 1850 on the deluxe with same oc settings on 1703 (45x, manual 350 phaze, pll overvolt disabled, high control):

1. Lower load vcore
2. Lower idle vcore
3. lower load temps (duh - lower vcore..lol) highest core at 79 degrees with 212+ one fan at 1925rpm
4. prime 95 much more stable (was game stable on 1703 but prime 95 BSODed at 1.5 hrs)
5. Dont need -.02 offset to get idle vcore to almost 1.000v
6. No more slow windows boots

next to test sleep overnight, was 100% functional under 1703 with no random reboots or Black screens.

now to really screw things up and play with the 11.7 preview catalyst....lol
How much lower Vcore are we talking about here? How much did you need on a certain speed with the 1703 bios VS the 1850 bios?

Testing the 1850 bios as we speak, in my P8P67 PRO 3.0.
    
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post #2190 of 3000
19xx coming out next week, its the official non-beta.

i didnt write the 1703 vcores down, but id guess im getting a good .05 less on load at 45x, .03 less on idle at 16x.

this was on a 2500K

also, sleep on 1850 still works great. No bsods, reboots, or black screens since last post. obviously YMMV.

also, if your on an ATI gpu, go get the 11.7 preview. its rocks. Major dX9 optimizations. It well worth the risk of hosing your drivers.
Edited by The Mac - 7/7/11 at 2:35pm
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