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post #3401 of 9900
Thanks for all of the help peeps smile.gif

My fan header sets my Yate Loon too low of an RPM so it makes a terrible noise... when it's higher it's fine..

Will be putting this back on the controller.
post #3402 of 9900
you can set the speed...
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post #3403 of 9900
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you can set the speed...

yes I know, but I don't want to adjust via the motherboard's bios. I don't use AISuite because it has a negative affect on some of the programs I run.

I'll just stick to a physical regulator.
post #3404 of 9900
So all of the sudden my board started working again thumb.gif. It wasn't the new SSD! I plugged in the old SSD, it worked, plugged in the new one and it also worked. My question is should I return the motherboard (I can still return it to the store, and not go through the RMA process) just in case?
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So, I haven't really had much time messing around with my new motherboard until the last few days. Today I got a new SSD in the mail and decided to hook it up. Well, two or three seconds into startup it kept on shutting itself back down. Couldn't even get into the BIOS. I had this problem once when I first got the board but it went away with fiddling. Thinking that this was probably just a problem with some cables I decided to do some house cleaning and clean up all the wiring. Nope. She still goes off a few seconds (between 3-10) after turning her on. Now I know it isn't the power supply because I had my old (well not really old... it's pretty new) motherboard and everything was working perfect. Has anyone had this problem?
post #3405 of 9900
Anyone know why my Crosshair V Power LED on the front panel turns on when the system is OFF but plugged in, and off when system is on? Inverting the power led leads won't work.

I'm using the HAF 912, if that's inverting my power o.O

Or is there some sort of BIOS setting?
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yes I know, but I don't want to adjust via the motherboard's bios. I don't use AISuite because it has a negative affect on some of the programs I run.
I'll just stick to a physical regulator.

you can also use speedfan on the cpu and cha fan headers
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post #3407 of 9900
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You can lower the ram freq. in the bios see picture

GO TO > Extreme Tweaker > Memory Frequency
[CPU/NB voltage]  about 1.5v or less


 


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Thanks, but how does that affect CPU NB frequency...and wow, the CPU NB is actually safe till 1.5V?
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post #3408 of 9900
crank dat voltage
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Tweeky..... jealous........LOLLL !!!! thumb.gif
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post #3410 of 9900
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Well here is something interesting I didn't know that xfx was using a dual bios on any of the core edition hd7970. Until I was tinkering a little bit ago
and found a dual bios switch on my original 7970. so I checked my new one no switch so I called up xfx. here is the story apparently all manufacturers
are stopping the dual bioses on these cards. so if you want a cf setup with dual bioses better snag one fast as they are being phased out. I'm gonna
switch over to the second bios on my original card tomorrow and see how that bios works if I like it im gonna flash it to my second card.

sorry to make you jealous tweeky.
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