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@luchog

Thanks! I'll be sure to post some information later on down the road, on overclocking the 1090T on this board.
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hey lunchog have you ever tried the extreme-g drivers? if not I got a treat to show all that are running our board and the nvidia cards now of coarse I can only speak first hand about the 460 but I can't see why it wouldn't be as good for others as well! if you can't find extreme-g let me know I will post the link but gone through all of the old~new drivers and the 270.51 from them not nvidia works out of this world better!!! I got 10fps across the board more
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thanks for adding me ...

first things first...i bought this board because of it's overclocking potential. First month i tried to unlock my cpu (no luck at all, computer freezes at Windows load), and i let it to run dual-core at 3600 mhz stable (air cooling,full load temp 57-58C), ram was running around 2000 mhz (stock cooling), NB Frequency 2000 mHz....was stable with Prime95 for 10 hours...no errors ...i just got bored and stop it

After a month or a month and half, the computer started to show at every startup the F1, F2 message(press f1 to load defaults or press f2 to enter setup)the reason was that the BIOS keep resets itself at every startup, i thought it was CMOS battery, change that - the same result, i updated the bios to v1003 but no change(you can imagine that i said bye-bye to all overclocking or BIOS changes).

now, every time i start the computer, it says: MemOK succeeds in system booting! Enter the bios setup menu and save memory settings..Isn't that suppose be said just once and after that the settings remain as memOK made them(witch is "auto").
i tried all kind of stuff from pins to bios flash to make the board run as before, but no result so far.

So, if my BIOS has "amnesia", i want to ask, is possible to be a bios virus or a hardware malfunction?

thanks
Edited by StealtHunter - 4/8/11 at 7:38am
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thanks for adding me ...

first things first...i bought this board because of it's overclocking potential. First month i tried to unlock my cpu (no luck at all, computer freezes at Windows load), and i let it to run dual-core at 3600 mhz stable (air cooling,full load temp 57-58C), ram was running around 2000 mhz (stock cooling), NB Frequency 2000 mHz....was stable with Prime95 for 10 hours...no errors ...i just got bored and stop it

After a month or a month and half, the computer started to show at every startup the F1, F2 message(press f1 to load defaults or press f2 to enter setup)the reason was that the BIOS keep resets itself at every startup, i thought it was CMOS battery, change that - the same result, i updated the bios to v1003 but no change(you can imagine that i said bye-bye to all overclocking or BIOS changes).

now, every time i start the computer, it says: MemOK succeeds in system booting! Enter the bios setup menu and save memory settings..Isn't that suppose be said just once and after that the settings remain as memOK made them(witch is "auto").
i tried all kind of stuff from pins to bios flash to make the board run as before, but no result so far.
i want to ask, is possible to be a bios virus or a hardware malfunction?

thanks
I dont know about the bios virus but have you tried just running one stick of ram in each slot trick?
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no...that one i missed......but i don't think the memory is bad...( just a bit incompatible)...the point is BIOS doesn't remember the settings, and changes on auto...
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...but now i have a single stick 2gb kingston (for 2 or 3 days to make some tests), and still the same message: MemOK succeeds in sistem booting... (at every startup)

update.. : i tried to run one stick of ram in each slot...all slots work fine ....no issues...(except memOK's message)
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no...that one i missed......but i don't think the memory is bad...( just a bit incompatible)...the point is BIOS doesn't remember the settings, and changes on auto...
Emphasis added. That is likely your problem right there. nVidia boards are very touchy about the kind of memory you used, ASUS boards in particular. If the memory is at all incompatible, you are pretty much guaranteed to have problems. My only advice in this case is to either return to stock settings and see if it still works; or replace all the ram with memory that ASUS has certified compatible for the board.
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hey lunchog have you ever tried the extreme-g drivers? if not I got a treat to show all that are running our board and the nvidia cards now of coarse I can only speak first hand about the 460 but I can't see why it wouldn't be as good for others as well! if you can't find extreme-g let me know I will post the link but gone through all of the old~new drivers and the 270.51 from them not nvidia works out of this world better!!! I got 10fps across the board more
I haven't tried them, no; still using the standard nVidia drivers. Please provide a link.
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very sorry about late reply but was out having lots of weekend (((sex))) so all men and some woman I hope forgive me lol the link to extreme-g drivers is this onehttp://www.tweakforce.com/modules.php?name=Downloads
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Emphasis added. That is likely your problem right there. nVidia boards are very touchy about the kind of memory you used, ASUS boards in particular. If the memory is at all incompatible, you are pretty much guaranteed to have problems. My only advice in this case is to either return to stock settings and see if it still works; or replace all the ram with memory that ASUS has certified compatible for the board.

but that's why MemOK is made for...right?!? to make incompatible DIMMs almost compatible..(not fully compatible). So, at startup MemOk makes some changes in BIOS, and the PC starts...therefore at the next startup the changes should be there, and the PC should run normal, but my board's MemOK function makes the settings at every startup...like the bios doesn't remember them.
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