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    Should I leave the list combined for both the CHVF and CHVF-Z
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post #691 of 9900
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Originally Posted by ALUCARDVPR View Post
If you don't uninstall the previous drivers they can and will conflict with the new motherboard and cause it not to boot.

You can and should uninstall all drivers before you install the new motherboard.

I knew that I was supposed to, but decided that I wanted a fresh copy of Windows anyway and left them.
Just to repeat myself
post #692 of 9900
So if I do driver sweeper of all drivers I should be fine?
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post #693 of 9900
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So if I do driver sweeper of all drivers I should be fine?
i do not believe driver sweeper will work on motherboard drivers
please let us know if find something different
 
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post #694 of 9900
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So if I do driver sweeper of all drivers I should be fine?
Really, do a fresh install. I know it sucks having to re-install everything but it will avoid any complications later. If a problem arises, you don't want to have to figure out if it's your motherboard or your OS.

My suggestion is to have Windows on one drive, your data (music, video, documents, game saves) on another, and use a third large drive to back both up to. Makes doing windows installs much less of a pain.
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post #695 of 9900
I had to do a fresh install when I put this motherboard in. What I DIDN'T do was save my savefile from Fallout 3 before I formatted. :[

I was pretty far along too.
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post #696 of 9900
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Really, do a fresh install. I know it sucks having to re-install everything but it will avoid any complications later. If a problem arises, you don't want to have to figure out if it's your motherboard or your OS.

My suggestion is to have Windows on one drive, your data (music, video, documents, game saves) on another, and use a third large drive to back both up to. Makes doing windows installs much less of a pain.
I guess your right and a clean install can't be avoided. I'm not worried about re-downloading everything, I just don't want to lose all my steam games. I'll definitely change everything up this time though to make it easier in the future.
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post #697 of 9900
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Temperatures are always higher in the BIOS than in the OS environment. (Think of it as your CPU is under 75% moderate load in the BIOS versus idle.)
No I didnt mean the BOIS temp. I mean in CPUID hardware monitor like my picture showed. My core temps are 15*C lower than what the motherboard cpu temp reads in the same application. I want to push my 1055T further on this board as I am water cooling and with my fans on low speed I havent broken 50* in prime95/64bit with cpu at 4.06ghz on 1.51v. However the motherboard CPU sensor says im hitting 65*C and that doesnt make sense at all.

Also to note is how this motherboard guns a whole whackload of voltage at the cpu when under load. my cpuv goes from 1.51v to 1.55v as soon as I hit go on prime 95. The complete opposite effect of Vdroop.

Anyways I will keep aiming for 4.2ghz until bulldozer launch.
Loving this motherboard so far! Who's with me?
post #698 of 9900
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No I didnt mean the BOIS temp. I mean in CPUID hardware monitor like my picture showed. My core temps are 15*C lower than what the motherboard cpu temp reads in the same application. I want to push my 1055T further on this board as I am water cooling and with my fans on low speed I havent broken 50* in prime95/64bit with cpu at 4.06ghz on 1.51v. However the motherboard CPU sensor says im hitting 65*C and that doesnt make sense at all.

Also to note is how this motherboard guns a whole whackload of voltage at the cpu when under load. my cpuv goes from 1.51v to 1.55v as soon as I hit go on prime 95. The complete opposite effect of Vdroop.

Anyways I will keep aiming for 4.2ghz until bulldozer launch.
Loving this motherboard so far! Who's with me?
Oh, I misunderstood then. CPU temp and Core temp are two totally different readings from two completely separate buses. I would personally use RealTemp as it tends to be more accurate in my opinion, and look at the highest core as a reference for overclocking temps.

With regards to your voltage jumping at load, lower your LLC in the BIOS. Some boards will actually trip over-current protection when this over-volting happens forcing a reboot. Your goal is to have the LLC match the vdroop so that your at load voltage is darn near what you have it set to in the BIOS. (Idle voltages before C-states kick in.)

I'm DYING for some benchmarks to get out in the open so I know if I can pick this gorgeous motherboard up or not since I don't have a purty phenom to drop in.
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Now that I've taken a closer look at my CHV it kind of looks like someone opened it already. There's a small tear on the top corner where you pull the flap back to open the box, like someone had a hard time putting both the small black boxes back inside and my actual mobo has lint or some dust on the bottom heat sink with the ROG logo on it. Do they inspect every one that gets shipped out?
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post #700 of 9900
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Now that I've taken a closer look at my CHV it kind of looks like someone opened it already. There's a small tear on the top corner where you pull the flap back to open the box, like someone had a hard time putting both the small black boxes back inside and my actual mobo has lint or some dust on the bottom heat sink with the ROG logo on it. Do they inspect every one that gets shipped out?
New Egg, no. They do not inspect anything that gets shipped out I believe, but its very rare that you get something used thats suppose to be new but not uncommon at all. I cross my fingers with every package i get hoping I dont have to RMA. Because other then that, New Egg is awesome!
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