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post #831 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Tatakai All View Post
Do I reformat my drives before I do a clean install on my Crosshair V?
You should. Well your hard drive your OS will go on. That or uninstall all the motherboard drivers of your current board and see if that works.
post #832 of 9900
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SLI works exactly as is should with the 275.50 beta drivers. Ive been benching all day.My 1st run SLI wasnt working I saw a yellow ! in my nvidia control panel under the SLI header(which Ive never seen before). It said my config had changed so I clicked apply and SLI on.. Get the Beta drivers it works.
Works like a charm with those betas!! Good looking out, and thank you!! +REP
   
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post #833 of 9900
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1890672

First time posting here. Seems to be most up to date forum on this board. I just got mine a few days ago. Nice upgrade from a M4N98TD EVO. I was able to pretty much migrate my O/C Bios settings over from M4N and now able to achieve a NB of 3000mhz. Could only get 2600mhz on the 980a chipset or should I say 780a. Having said that Im a bit of a Nvidia fan and I do appreciate my SLI so this is my first AMD chipset board, now that the kids on the playground have started to get along. Only problem Im having with my board is the EZ Plug power connector for the PCI-E supplement. Once I plug that in I get no post and a flashing LED for CPU Volts. Unplugged from the board my system boots fine. I'm running 2x Asus GTX580s and without the EZ Plug they work just fine stock and Overclocked. Anyone have an Idea on this? Manual says without that plug the system may be unstable(which it isnt) I really cant see it causing damage if I did run it like this unless Im missing something.. Ive tried diff cables, diff ports on my PSU checked the Bios for a setting to no avail and Thats why Im posting here lol
PSU is a 1200watt Corsair only 6 months old Ive never had an issue with it.
No problems here with the EZ Plug installed. Sounds like a board issue. As you said it shouldn't be an problem. Though there's been nothing solid as of yet to show us with how many cards or what sort of oc's it might be unstable without the plug.

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Originally Posted by Tatakai All View Post
I'm wondering if my 955 will be able to run this ram?
Should work just fine. You may need to underclock the ram if it's rated above 1600/1800 with that C2 though.

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Originally Posted by Nexitus View Post
Well I tried a bunch of things out.

I fit in two 4GB sticks into both the black slots and then it POST, reads 4GB in the UEFI Bios, and then it proceeds to freeze.

I fit in two 4GB sticks into the A1 and A2 slots, it reads 8GB in the UEFI Bios and then proceeds to freeze up.

I fit in four 4GB sticks, it just doesn't POST at all.

Getting to the stage where I can actually enter the BIOS is a hit and miss, sometimes it hangs right on the ASMedia Controller screen, sometimes it just freezes on a black screen and etc.

I think the board I have is quite the lemon.
Sounds like the same problem BentZero was up against. Might want to start working on that rma now.

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Originally Posted by Moparman View Post
So where can a person get the asus xpander so you can 4 way sli on the CHV?? i seen it in two videos now. Or was this just a product they wont release?
Hah the few people that know wouldn't say as they are apparently very hard to find. I'd call around.. maybe even contact Asus directly.
post #834 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Nexitus View Post
Hey guys,

I'm having a problem similarly to some of you with having dram detection issues. I was wondering if most of you RMA the mobo or did someone magic to get it to work. Any advice would be most helpful!
It took a couple of hard CMOS resets (remove battery, use cmos jumper, and cmos button after hard reset) to solve my problem. Just using the CMOS reset button wasn't enough. It took a couple of days for my machine to "stabilize". After the first CMOS reset I could actually get through the post process regularly. However, windows was crashing randomly. Second CMOS reset (don't remember what prompted that one) seemed to clear up all of my issues.

Both of my sticks are in the red slots. It's a pain of a problem man and I'm not sure that I'm through the woods yet. The one time I tried to up my CPU multi I wasn't able to post. I'm goin to start my OC tonight, so we'll see how it goes. At one point I was getting the ram fault whenever I touched anything in the bios. If that happens tonight I'll be sending the board back. The good news is that this board qualifies for cross shipping, so you won't have to wait too long if you need a new one.
Edited by BentZero - 7/2/11 at 5:31am
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Do I reformat my drives before I do a clean install on my Crosshair V?
ASUS told me to do a format and clean install so all of the old motherboard drivers will be removed
    
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post #836 of 9900
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I'm wondering if my 955 will be able to run this ram?
The 955 will/may have trouble with memory freq. over 1900MHz
The Deneb CPU's have trouble with memory freq. over 1900MHz
Edited by Tweeky - 7/2/11 at 7:23am
    
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Well I tried a bunch of things out.

I fit in two 4GB sticks into both the black slots and then it POST, reads 4GB in the UEFI Bios, and then it proceeds to freeze.

I fit in two 4GB sticks into the A1 and A2 slots, it reads 8GB in the UEFI Bios and then proceeds to freeze up.

I fit in four 4GB sticks, it just doesn't POST at all.

Getting to the stage where I can actually enter the BIOS is a hit and miss, sometimes it hangs right on the ASMedia Controller screen, sometimes it just freezes on a black screen and etc.

I think the board I have is quite the lemon.
With 2 sticks in the red slots enter the BIOS and with F5 key set it to defaults and save exit the BIOS. What memory and it model number are you using
Edited by Tweeky - 7/2/11 at 7:40am
    
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I'm using these ram sticks:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-095-_-Product

I am sure they aren't defective, but at the same time, I am not sure if they are 100% compatible. The issue here is that pressing the MemOk! button seems to be doing more harm then good (ie. causing the DRAM not being found)
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I'm using these ram sticks:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-095-_-Product

I am sure they aren't defective, but at the same time, I am not sure if they are 100% compatible. The issue here is that pressing the MemOk! button seems to be doing more harm then good (ie. causing the DRAM not being found)
Yup, sounds like you have the same exact problem I had. Check the QVL just to be sure that compat is not the problem. Second, be patient. It took grabbing a beer to figure this part out. Mem ok will cycle trying out different bios settings nlet it do its thing. You'll get the ram fault beeps, but then it will cycle and try to post again until it finds a suitable config.

Once in save that setting to position 1 in the bios list. I also assigned that as my go button bios profile.

Start with the hard CMOS reset first and then let mem ok do its thing. Just be sure to hold the button down for at least three seconds. What sucks is that the mem ok led won't light up to let you know that it has started, so you have to mess with it a bit to figure out when it is actually working. Like I said though, it will cycle. Let it do that. Ignore the beeps until the ram idiot light stays constantly lit instead of blinking. Good luck dude. I know exactly how you feel. I had to explain to my wife that I had a $1,300 paperweight. That was fun.
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Ya, I don't really want to continue testing it. From everything I have tried to do to isolate the problem, it just seems like its the motherboard. All the components are from my current i5 rig and they all work perfectly!

I shouldn't need to go through so much hassle, and almost bend over backwards for the board to work with this stuff.

At the same time I am really tempted to buy a "qualified" ram to test the system, but then again I don't want to spend more money just to diagnose really.
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