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post #841 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tennobanzai View Post
I just tried out x48 and it worked fine. I just set the volts to 1.45 and multi to 48x. Later I will work out where my oc/volts are.

Btw i'm on 1007 BIOS.




Just letting everyone know, make sure to update BIOS in FAT/FAT32 mode. I was having a problem yesterday updating BIOS but I realized in the manual it says you need to be in FAT mode

Ill try this newer bios when I get home.
Thx
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post #842 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Desert Rat View Post
Ill try this newer bios when I get home.
Thx
Try 1253 that I just posted in the OP. It came out a few hours ago and should be a huge step-up from 1007.
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I'm guessing 1204 is pretty good if we haven't seen a lot of complaints about it? I'm still on 1053, but was thinking of flashing to 1204.

The notes on 1204 indicate "improved OC performance using multipliers or auto OC"... wondering what the effects actually are (if any)!

Anyone playing with 1204 care to comment?
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dont flash unless you really have to lol, if 1 version is working fine dont mess with it
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kick View Post
1253 and 1204 have problems detecting anything that i put into PCI slot 2.

sigh
I had this same problem, it was due to Windows 7 update installing the Accusys ACS-6xxx driver. You need to go into your device manager and delete this driver and all will be well.
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I'm guessing 1204 is pretty good if we haven't seen a lot of complaints about it? I'm still on 1053, but was thinking of flashing to 1204.

The notes on 1204 indicate "improved OC performance using multipliers or auto OC"... wondering what the effects actually are (if any)!

Anyone playing with 1204 care to comment?
I had been on 1253.

I have found 1204 to be more stable when OCing higher multis. Also lowering BCLK ~98-99, lets you stay far more stable at multis over 52.

Also the problem I was having getting my 1866mhz memory to consistantly boot without hanging at the windows loading screen have gone away. The only way I was able to do this before, was by entering the BIOS on each cold boot, and exiting without saving.
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post #847 of 3000
I'm using 1204 now. Doesn't seem too different from 1253.
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post #848 of 3000
I have things running so nicely on 1053, I am afraid to switch.
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Things were rolling along good - then I come home tonight and fire up cold and get a "BOOT MGR Missing - hit Ctrl - Alt - Delet" error. 4 times trying to re-start, try to repair from OS disk, nothing works. I am still on 1053 and living with a double post, but this seems like OS. THoughts?

UPDATE * * * Flashed 1204 through the Bios and restarted and all is now normal.

UPDATE 2 * * * Still get double post with 1204.
Edited by ctowns - 1/28/11 at 9:04pm
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RAM problems here. I was running RAM without any problems at 1600MHz but now it is stuck at 1333MHz. It says 1600Mhz but when I load Winodws is %#%#%#%# says 133MHz. Any ideas, lads?
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