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Excellent, thanks guys, I will do so first thing in the Morning, too tired to deal with it for the time being.

However the post by eduardmc kind of makes me happy, as 3-4C can make a huge difference, so hopefully a new bios will reduce the temp :S
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Excellent, thanks guys, I will do so first thing in the Morning, too tired to deal with it for the time being.

However the post by eduardmc kind of makes me happy, as 3-4C can make a huge difference, so hopefully a new bios will reduce the temp :S

Everyone seems to have different problems or no problems at all. I don't get the random boot up loop i use to get, now it boot rock solid. i have not tried different ram timing since i read that it has help with overclocking. tonigh i'll do more tweaking, but my cpu does seem to run a tap hotter but it doesn't bother me since i'm on water. i have not read anyone getting higher temp but it did happened to me.
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YEP ai suite is a piece...
i got a message saying my +5 v is giving me 0 and 0.01 sec later it was fine
Ya. Should I just uninstall it or disable it via msconfig? Also if I disable it will my overclock settings still be applied? I looked in all the settings and it looks like it boots by default. So shutting down AI suite via msconfig looks like my only option.

When I get home I'll try and run the pacther for AI suite and see if this issue comes up.
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Has anyone lapped a sandy bridge yet?
I'm curious about this as well. Also how much of a difference will ic diamond 7 make on a stock heatsink? As far as aftermarket cooling I was looking at the arrow but it's about $80 seems pretty steep. Would a h70 or maybe the new h60(when released) be a better option and yield better results?
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Here´s some tips and tricks from the Hardocp forum by Gary Key, ASUS Technical Support, Source

Hope it can help some of you


1. If any of the following devices are not detected or not usable:
- Devices installed on PCIEx1_1 slot
- Devices installed on PCIEx1_2 slot
- The additional SATA6G port from Marvell 9128
- eSATA controller
- Devices installed on PCI_1 slot
- Devices installed on PCI_2 slot
- Onboard 1394 controller
- Second LAN
Please check the device manager under 'Storage controllers' , look for a device with the name 'ACS-6xxxx'. The manufacturer is 'Accusys Inc.' and will have an exclamation mark next to it.
This driver may be installed automatically when users run Windows Update, which causes a malfunction of these devices. Please uninstall the driver,reboot, and then those devices/slots will be available. We have asked MS to pull this driver from the auto update procedure.

2. If you are receiving random BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) under Windows 7 OS without any warning at stock or what appears to be stable OC settings, please download the following patch from Microsoft to have the problem fixed (98% fix rate): This hotfix will be in SP1.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/979444

3. If you are experiencing long boot up times (greater than 30 seconds) or slow performance of SATA HDD or SSDs, please remove Intel RST 10.1.1008 if you have it installed and use the Intel boxed AHCI driver in Windows 7 or Windows VISTA. For XP users please try IDE mode until Intel releases a new update. The new update will also include full support for bootable RAID arrays over 2TB in size along with other bug fixes/performance enhancements specific to P67 (new firmware will be released to the board manufacturers also).

4. If you are still unable to install AiSuiteII after using the Patcher file, you might be using a COA hack for Windows 7. Please reinstall OS without the hack and it will work. If you are sure the OS install is hack free, then please PM me.

5. If you are unable to enable SLI support with various versions of Nvidia drivers (especially 266 and up), please reinstall the OS with the latest BIOS installed. I know this is drastic, but the SLI key format has changed and the OS might not recognize the new key in the updated BIOS (especially if non released NV drivers were previously installed, drivercleaner will not clear this setting during an uninstall). This should not occur in future BIOS releases.

6. If you are unable to display BCLK properly, not able to overclock under the OS (including Auto Tuning)…etc, please ensure the Intel MEI driver from the support CD or latest version from Intel has been installed. All controls related to the CPU are controled by the MEI under the OS and several even in UEFI mode. I think this is a must install under the Sandybridge platform even if you manually overclock.

7. If the power saving features not working after updating to BIOS 1253, please verify the power profile has been set to balanced mode instead of Performance Mode. As long as EIST is not disabled or CPU Voltage is to manual mode (use offset), the power saving modes will continue to operate normally. In addition, if you have enabled Internal PLL Voltage, then resume/hibernate will not work correctly until Intel has an update (or this might end up being standard operating mode).

8. The differences between the EPU switch, UEFI EPU option, and EPU under AiSuite II is as follows:
- EPU Switch: Once enabled, it will enable EPU option in BIOS and default to auto mode.
- EPU option in UEFI: Various options are available to select the level of power saving (lowering Vcore voltage when the system load decreases). Both the BIOS option and EPU switch will not effect performance, however stability at high overclocks will depend on the quality of the CPU and DRAM used.
- EPU under AiSuite II: Same as previous generations, 3 modes to choose from, AUTO (dynamic change multiplier and Vcore based on CPU load), High Performance (EPU OFF), and Max power saving (Drop CPU multiplier to lowest multiplier with relative VID decreases).
Edited by Ghostleader - 2/28/11 at 12:14am
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When i disable turbo mode and all the power saving options in cpu settings, and set the multi manually. It doesnt save my changes, and it boots with the stock settings.

When i enable turbo mode and set the target turbo multiplier it works without a problem.

Am i missing someting?
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Originally Posted by Ghostleader View Post
Here´s some tips and tricks from the Hardocp forum by Gary Key, ASUS Technical Support, Source

Hope it can some of you




2. If you are receiving random BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) under Windows 7 OS without any warning at stock or what appears to be stable OC settings, please download the following patch from Microsoft to have the problem fixed (98% fix rate): This hotfix will be in SP1.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/979444
Very interesting, wonder if this could be the cause of p95 blend test bsoding at a specific time, normally between 25 and 30 mins?
This is while smallffts can run indefinitely.
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I didnt know an os could cause random instabilities...

Every day is a school day.
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I didnt know an os could cause random instabilities...

Every day is a school day.
I already posted in the SB 5GHz+ thread, but that's how SB overclocking works - through the turbo multiplier. It's just that some boards locks your CPU at the multiplier instead being... well, turbo-like.
You save power either way
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Guys i got a question, had a discussion with a friend and he said Sandy Bridges disable dx11 features when gaming? This true at all?
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