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I'm gonna try the new beta BIOS and report back.
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Soo... should we flash to the 1253 bios or stay w/ 1053?
Anyone got a heads up on this yet? I've got 1053 running fine now. I don't want to flash and get new problems.
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Anyone got a heads up on this yet? I've got 1053 running fine now. I don't want to flash and get new problems.
When I left home for school, I left my computer running LinX. If I find it turned itself off, I'm going back to 1053.

I did have the same issue with the CPU not downclocking at idle or with low usage. I'll check the BIOS settings again and see if I forgot to enable a power saving feature.

EDIT:

I included (and fixed) BIOS updates for Sabertooth and WS Revolution. 1253 is coming soon. The same goes for the other boards, they have to first pass qualification.

Also fixed the version to Intel ME. Intel released a newer version (7.0.3.1184).
Edited by SimpleTech - 1/20/11 at 3:38pm
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I realize that the incorrect clock in CPUz and the offset voltage issue is the same issue.

For VID to work it needs to correspond to a voltage schedule. So when I boot up, I'm at idle but i'm getting the voltage for load, so thats why I get ~1.4v when I should have 1.1v (it was 1.31v at load before, which is probably what 1.4v drops to). I'm hoping someone else has this problem or I'm worried I don't know how to fix it!
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UGH. upgraded to latest bios (1253) but now the CPU runs constantly at 3.7ghz (according to CPU-Z & Asus AI Suite monitor app) and doesn't clock down when it's idle.

how do i fix this? fuuu Asus
Edited by os10 - 1/20/11 at 4:42pm
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I think the new bios set C1E, C3 and C6 to Auto. Manually set them to enable might fix the problem.

Edit: Some apps like Cpuz require Intel MEI to read the turbo mode.
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I think the new bios set C1E, C3 and C6 to Auto. Manually set them to enable might fix the problem.

Edit: Some apps like Cpuz require Intel MEI to read the turbo mode.
damn you nailed it man. in bios i manually set C1E, C3 and C6 to Enabled and now the CPU is clocking up/down as expected.

thanks!!! +rep
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So both of my Pro boards are in process of being returned. I will have my third and final Asus board arriving hopefully sometime soon from Asus themselves.

I tried to mess with the one board that had power but no post. I eventually got the CPU LED to turn off only to have the VGA LED to turn on. A couple more resets, and bam dead. It won't power on at all anymore. Literally the board had less than 30 minutes of total power.
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damn you nailed it man. in bios i manually set C1E, C3 and C6 to Enabled and now the CPU is clocking up/down as expected.

thanks!!! +rep
YUP! Worked here too, thanks so much! I don't think I would have noticed that!! I assumed 'auto' was going to be 'enabled.'
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Edited by BigFrank - 1/20/11 at 7:55pm
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