I wonder if it’s a driver issue. Bleh, I guess my chip just fails at overclocking, not gonna bother anymore. I am using the following: The 32 bits cmd. Youch, my GPU hits temps of at max load..
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If not, then you can try increasing your turbo multiplier to 49x. Join the community here. I can’t find the driver anywhere so i contacted Asus and i spoke with a girl that controlle give me any information and the only words that were coming out of her mouth was ” Register to the website and we will send a replacement”. About 70 sounds right, I’m on 4.
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Sun Jan 23, The 32 bits cmd. The land of bacon Registered: Am I not following some forum etiquette? BB code is On. No need now – thanks!
I also have a mm fan on my current HSF which I could re-use if anyone can suggest a good retail-heatsink. Maybe it’s the huge airflow through my case? Perhaps the back plate is slightly off.
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I plugged several different things in and none were detected. TechSpot Account Sign p88p67 for freeit takes 30 seconds. Good job on the build! Then bump up the multiplier again The onboard device handled that alright on the old build Asus Maximus Formula communnications DACs on the addon card, but this Realtek is crazy bad No, create an account now.
I’ve variously read that although is compatible withnot everything out there fits the new mobos, and that at a minimum, I’m likely to lose at least 2 RAM slots.
Mon Jan 24, 5: There were some problems with the initial build and the first motherboard, so I skmple to stock speeds to sort that out. Tue Jan 25, 6: What do i do, where’s the problem?? DPC’s will be delayed randomly to up to us because how badly written the polling code is written.
Jan 13, 2. That means anybody using a 3-pin fan would need to plug it in to a “chassis” fan header for voltage-based RPM control. I think it cuts some lanes on some pcie and don’t remember if anything else is disabled when a k is used.
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The debugging took some guesses, as it doesn’t show up in Xperf traces at all – it seems to be invisible to the OS, and yet, the delay is there, adding a 2 ms jitter randomly. Forums Search Forums Recent Posts. Quote message in reply? That would almost be in the too good to be true category.
Fri Jan 21, 2: Betelgeuse Ars Tribunus Militum Tribus: I brought this up here Start simlle again at 4. Damn you Asus, can’t you write proper code for once?