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post #3861 of 9900

bios 1402 is no longer on asus download site

 

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=Crosshair%20V%20Formula&p=1&s=24&os=30&hashedid=Ntfy5ioh5wbNOXsP

 

 

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Edited by Tweeky - 5/25/12 at 5:28pm
    
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That is at least the 2nd time it has been removed. It is back up now. I flashed mine and halfway through redoing my numbers. Stable so far for me. Will be a couple more hours at least before I get where I want to be. I will leave my results when I am done.
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I don't have to wait any longer to tell you my opinion about this 1402 bios update. Updated to them and 5 hard working hours later and unable to get my 965 stable at stock numbers. I even tried upping to the voltage a few notches giving them the benefit of a doubt. Not happy with them. Might be the difference from a Phenom II and Bulldozer but I am returning to 1301 until the next update. I hope that I won't lose anything by going back. Good luck everyone.
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Bios 1402 it look the bold text on EFI bios screen rolleyes.gif
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I don't have to wait any longer to tell you my opinion about this 1402 bios update. Updated to them and 5 hard working hours later and unable to get my 965 stable at stock numbers. I even tried upping to the voltage a few notches giving them the benefit of a doubt. Not happy with them. Might be the difference from a Phenom II and Bulldozer but I am returning to 1301 until the next update. I hope that I won't lose anything by going back. Good luck everyone.

hmmm, interesting. Seeing as how I am running a Ph II as well I'll hold of until a few more like users report.


Anyway, I have a question for you guys. I managed to overclock my 955. However I seem to get different frequency readings all over the place. In the BIOS I get a "Target cpu speed of 3.85Ghz" A "Current cpu speed of 3.89Ghz" and when I turn my computer on, during post where it lists my hardware and frequencies, the cpu speed listed is random from 3.8-3.99Ghz. CPU-Z report 3.85Ghz and HwInfo reports 3.85 as well........Any idea why this is? should I be worried?
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hmmm, interesting. Seeing as how I am running a Ph II as well I'll hold of until a few more like users report.
Anyway, I have a question for you guys. I managed to overclock my 955. However I seem to get different frequency readings all over the place. In the BIOS I get a "Target cpu speed of 3.85Ghz" A "Current cpu speed of 3.89Ghz" and when I turn my computer on, during post where it lists my hardware and frequencies, the cpu speed listed is random from 3.8-3.99Ghz. CPU-Z report 3.85Ghz and HwInfo reports 3.85 as well........Any idea why this is? should I be worried?

I get it also, I set my FSB to 300, and it always sets to 301, If I set it to 299FSB, it will set to 300FSB, but then my computer BSOD's all the time, it's stupid, it's pathetic...... Something we will have to live with frown.gif
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I get it also, I set my FSB to 300, and it always sets to 301, If I set it to 299FSB, it will set to 300FSB, but then my computer BSOD's all the time, it's stupid, it's pathetic...... Something we will have to live with frown.gif

How did you even get it to boot with the FSB higher than 265? When I have mine at 265 bit boots to the Windows loading screen, then I get BSOD, then it restarts but instead of booting into Windows I get get "no input found" and when all the fans are spinning at full speed.
    
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How did you even get it to boot with the FSB higher than 265? When I have mine at 265 bit boots to the Windows loading screen, then I get BSOD, then it restarts but instead of booting into Windows I get get "no input found" and when all the fans are spinning at full speed.

If your going over 250FSB, you should start pumping more voltage into the Northbridge Chipset, not the CPU/NB.

Example, my Northbridge voltage is at stock 1.1V, when I'm at 250FSB, I set the voltage to 1.15-1.18V, then at 300FSB, I set it to 1.28-1.32V, Just make sure you have sufficent cooling blowing over the motherboard though thumb.gif

Settings I use for 300FSB are

CPU: 4050MHz - Sometimes I have it lower, around 3600MHz, don't really need the power.
Northbridge: 3000MHz
RAM: 1600MHz 7-8-7-24-28 1T - Some RAM's are different, I'm running mine by it's XMP Profile which I found on G.Skill's website.
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RAM: 1.65V Stock XMP voltage - 1.5V @ 1333MHz
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I do have CnQ+ C1E + Virtualization enabled also, some people leave this disabled when overclocked very high because of instability.

Hope you find this useful smile.gif

P.S, forgot to add

CPU Currennt Protection: 120% and CPU/NB at 110%
CPU Voltage Frequency: 400KHz
CPU PWM Phase Control: Extreme
CPU PWM Mode: Extreme
Edited by Atomfix - 5/26/12 at 6:57am
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I see tongue.gif Maybe I can get 4.5GHz stable now.
    
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ive noticed my temps are creeping up especially cold boot was at least 8 c over what i am, also noticed yesterday when upgraded bios. i might try n get my 4ghz stable now. i only put 1.2 through nb will try 1.3. my concern is that i have my h100 rad exhausting out top with 4 push pull and my 620 on rear with 2 push pull with side intake and front intake and the 140mm zippied in the hdd bays.
ive just added another 120 to the back of the hdd cage with some long bolts its sort hanging on.
when i touched the nb section it was roasting before it cut of bt hw monitor was only showing 55c
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