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post #1151 of 9900
Hey SubliminalAura,

Would this help you? Btw, I pride myself as being the only Know Nothing on this and every other thread. The older I get the more ignorant I seem to become, so please don't denigrate yourself so, nor feel like you're embarrassing yourself with stupid questions.

That's my turf, bro.

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post #1152 of 9900
HI, i need some help...kind dumb.... how i get my GPU out of the board??

I sticked it in, but somehow i cannot get it out, that white thing on the end of the pci-e16x slot is on the way, its holding the video card down.

Help plz?
post #1153 of 9900
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that white thing on the end of the pci-e16x slot is on the way, its holding the video card down.
Tis a 8itch for sure. Just slide the flexible plastic on the top of the PCI-e slot upward and gently remove your graphics card from the slot. Do Not Force It!

Again, when you gently push this plastic "flap" on the top of the PCI slot, the board should lift out nicely and smoothly. Try to take it out straight up and down and not the easy left side first, if that makes any visual sense to you.

Keep One Hand on the Case At All Times (Static Electricity)

Edited by incurablegeek - 7/21/11 at 8:22pm
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post #1154 of 9900
Ohhh, so i have to LIFT that "white flap"????

I was trying to push it down.....
post #1155 of 9900
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Ohhh, so i have to LIFT that "white flap"????
Aw geez, Erick. I was looking at 2 other boards at the time, one an M4A79-Deluxe ASUS and a UD5 Gigabyte. You are on the C5F so it's the same as my C4F. Ah ...!

Without popping out a board on the computer I am now using I can only resort to my memory and that was, you're right for this board, Push the White Flap Down.

Just be gentle. I never had any problem with these white flaps, just the flexible plastic ones that moved in the opposite (up) direction such that if you didn't move the Flap Up First the board will not come out.

This board is easy. Push the white flap down and Gently Remove the Card.

Sorry.
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post #1156 of 9900
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Insert a thumb drive hit F12 to save to the thumb driver
Tried that and I get a screen that says "Select the usb drive", but nothing for me to select. I've got two drives plugged in. One 2g one 64mb. Thought it might be a format problem so I formatted the 64mb to NTFS and left the 2g FAT. Under USB configuration it says that it sees two drives.
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post #1157 of 9900
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hey sos for dumb question as im a n00b. but does this board come with that auto-tune oc feature (not the turbo), but the asus os auto oc feature, cos im buying this board soon. as ive seen the asus sabertooth running 17 2600k using this feature. cos im new to oc'ing. this would give me a basic head start on what my cpu can do, though i would go manual after to see if can push it some more.
I've tried it, but my machine won't even post. I think it may be an issue with my ram though. BTW, from one noob to another, I don't think it will give you a head start. Sure it may OC for you, but you won't know what it did or why it did it. This stuff's not cheap, so I can understand the hesitation to do the tweaking yourself. Just read the OC'ing guides 5 times and start slow like I did. I'm still learning a lot even after reading those guides. Like I used to say about going out to surf on big days: You don't know until you go.

Oh, and when you've read the guides and started to feel a bit comfortable read this to get uncomfortable again.

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post #1158 of 9900
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This board is easy. Push the white flap down and Gently Remove the Card.
I'm scared to break my board somehow, coz i tried pushing that flap down but it wont budge, and i'm afraid to use too much force and my hand slip and hit/break something else....

I'll just have the leave the card there and hope to never have to take them off.... lol.

Now another thing, how i control the fans RPM.

With fanspeed i can only controll the CPU fan.

Chan_fan and OP_fan wont work.

I tried FAN Xpert, but it isnt any good.

Any1 got any sugestions, besides a fan controller, i'ma make one if i cant software control the fans.
Edited by Erick - 7/21/11 at 9:13pm
post #1159 of 9900
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Tried that and I get a screen that says "Select the usb drive", but nothing for me to select. I've got two drives plugged in. One 2g one 64mb. Thought it might be a format problem so I formatted the 64mb to NTFS and left the 2g FAT. Under USB configuration it says that it sees two drives.
format the drive 32 fat
put the drive in start the computer
go into the BIOS hit F12
save to the thumb drive
thats all i have to do
 
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post #1160 of 9900
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I'm scared to break my board somehow, coz i tried pushing that flap down but it wont budge, and i'm afraid to use too much force and my hand slip and hit/break something else....

I'll just have the leave the card there and hope to never have to take them off.... lol.

Now another thing, how i control the fans RPM.

With fanspeed i can only controll the CPU fan.

Chan_fan and OP_fan wont work.

I tried FAN Xpert, but it isnt any good.

Any1 got any sugestions, besides a fan controller, i'ma make one if i cant software control the fans.
try one of the flaps with no card in it to get the feel
the flap can be pushed in and pulled out

for the flap with the card is the flap pushed in or pulled out
i like to use wooden chop sticks

in the manual Ch 3 there are instruction to set all 8 of the fans connectors
Edited by Tweeky - 7/21/11 at 9:43pm
 
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