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I just got the machine running so I chose that "OC Tuner" in the UEFI to see what it does. CPUZ says that I'm running at 80~ bus speed (103 is the supposed BCLK), so a multi of 43 became 3.5GHz. Is this supposed to happen? I didn't touch anything else, except disabling Marvel stata, JMicron esata, and Realtek LAN
its idle run prime and see what the clock is.
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Hmm, I would wait for the updated versions of the progs or return the board to the store.
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Anyone have problem installing the AI Suite II? When I click setup, it asks me if I want to run that program, then I click ok. Screen disappears and nothing happen. Please help.
I am in the same boat you are...

I am not sure anyone knows the problem as it is random. I think I am going to give customer service a ring today and find out whats up. Let me know if you find anything out.
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That happened to me when I tried installing off the disk. I downloaded the ai program from Asus website and it installed fine. Honestly I wouldn't install it. If you're going to OC just do it manually.
    
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That happened to me when I tried installing off the disk. I downloaded the ai program from Asus website and it installed fine. Honestly I wouldn't install it. If you're going to OC just do it manually.
The software is nice to bump up the vcore quickly if a stress test fails. Instead of having to restart into the bios every time.
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This is the second day in a row my computer would not start windows at all.

Everytime I turn my computer off, then on again in the morning, it simply will not boot. Keep in mind, I am not overclocking at all, and have Turbo mode turned off. The only way to get the computer to boot into windows is by turning off the PSU, opening it up, removing the power switch connector, turning the PSU on, reconnecting the power switch, then powering the computer on again.

It then takes me to an Asus screen about having a failed overclock, and to hit F1 to go into setup. Which makes no sense at all since I have not even attempted to overclock.

Once in setup I simply exit and it finally boots into windows.

I posted this on another site, but OC.net is extremely active and full of knowldgable people. So I figured I would get an answer fairly quickly from someone who knows of this issue.

What should I do to fix the problem? It's a bit annoying not being able to turn the computer off at all at this point.
post #427 of 3000
i just realize i think i missed alot of stuff isntalling the ai suite all igot is , sensors, system info, seneor recording and 1 other thing.

no bluetooth ><?
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This is the second day in a row my computer would not start windows at all.

Everytime I turn my computer off, then on again in the morning, it simply will not boot. Keep in mind, I am not overclocking at all, and have Turbo mode turned off. The only way to get the computer to boot into windows is by turning off the PSU, opening it up, removing the power switch connector, turning the PSU on, reconnecting the power switch, then powering the computer on again.

It then takes me to an Asus screen about having a failed overclock, and to hit F1 to go into setup. Which makes no sense at all since I have not even attempted to overclock.

Once in setup I simply exit and it finally boots into windows.

I posted this on another site, but Overclock.net is extremely active and full of knowldgable people. So I figured I would get an answer fairly quickly from someone who knows of this issue.

What should I do to fix the problem? It's a bit annoying not being able to turn the computer off at all at this point.
Do the CMOS reset as described in the first post of this thread
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its idle run prime and see what the clock is.
It's not the multiplier. At idle, the multiplier is 16, but it's running at 1.2GHz.

I have more time today, time to study the bios
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It's not the multiplier. At idle, the multiplier is 16, but it's running at 1.2GHz.

I have more time today, time to study the bios
If your bclk varies more than 98-103 something is broke in my estimation.
    
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