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post #61 of 3000
anyone here got supertalent memory work with asus motherboard?
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i've never had to reset the CMOS on a motherboard with a jumper-style reset. is this the correct procedure for resetting the CMOS?:

- power down the comp,
- move the jumper from the 2 pins on the left to the 2 pins on the right (middle pin is common)
- do not power the comp back on but let it sit for a couple seconds
- move the jumper back to the 2 pins on the left
- power the comp back on
- tada the CMOS is reset?

any input would be appreciated.
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post #63 of 3000
i thought according to manual that memok reset the cmos?

btw the manual says nothing about the CLRTC jumper nothing, it says to refer to 2-26 which list a bunch of psus ;(
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Quote:
Originally Posted by puffsNasco View Post
i thought according to manual that memok reset the cmos?

btw the manual says nothing about the CLRTC jumper nothing, it says to refer to 2-26 which list a bunch of psus ;(
yeah the manual seems like it was rushed. the memOK! button is to tune incompatible RAM to help with boot issues associated with RAM, as far as i know.
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post #65 of 3000
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mine has foams on the back of the i/o shield isn't that why the call it Q shield?

but anyone know if ripping that metal piece off will cause any problem?


You can see on the left side of the picture right behind the fan wire the shield and how it has that covering. I'm leaving it on just like I did when I had the Crosshair IV. But why they put that metal piece there I'm not sure but it had to be for a reason.

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Originally Posted by rickyman0319 View Post
anyone here got supertalent memory work with asus motherboard?
I'll be able to let you know in a couple days once mine shows up.
Edited by nagle3092 - 1/12/11 at 1:44pm
 
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post #66 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by nagle3092 View Post

You can see on the left side of the picture right behind the fan wire the shield and how it has that covering. I'm leaving it on just like I did when I had the Crosshair IV. But why they put that metal piece there I'm not sure but it had to be for a reason.



I'll be able to let you know in a couple days once mine shows up.
found out on asus forum that it's there to ground the board to prevent electrostatic charges and EMI. But deluxe doesn't have it, sabertooth doesn't either. But if it's just for grounding purposes, when i ripped it off it still has metal pieces on it so it's still contacting just less surface area.

Btw the foam is conductive according to asus forum

and yes freaking asus board hates G.skill mems
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post #67 of 3000
Mate of mine just built a PC using the P8P67 it posts ok but when he goes into bios all he gets is a black screen with a mouse that won't work. PC is:

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post #68 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by puffsNasco View Post
found out on asus forum that it's there to ground the board to prevent electrostatic charges and EMI. But deluxe doesn't have it, sabertooth doesn't either. But if it's just for grounding purposes, when i ripped it off it still has metal pieces on it so it's still contacting just less surface area.

Btw the foam is conductive according to asus forum

and yes freaking asus board hates G.skill mems
i stand corrected. you got it right nagle3092
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i still can't believe i decided to rip it off last nite, i guess i was super angry at not being able to line up the mobo holes unless i push the board with all my might
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post #70 of 3000
Just installed my 2500k and p8p67-m pro. I didn't even reinstall windows.... just updated the chipset driver and its working great so far. Will fool around w/ it more tonight and tomorrow and post some results.
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