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Whizzz AKA: SLI Scientist@Work Mar 09, 2005, 09:45am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
jared brush

Hello All, this forum is great. Does anyone have the problem of the very occasional blue screen? When I say very occasional I mean like 1 to 4 times per week. It has happened during a game and also during just normal operation. For example, I played Battlefield 1942 for 2 hours this morning, exited out fine and then I got a blue screen while on this forum!!! I let Prime95 run overnight, no errors and memtest86 overnight produced no errors either (and that was on 1T 2 2 2 5). It'll run perfectly for days and then with no change crash on me. Should I just wait on drivers to clear up this minor issue?

Did I miss anything? Thanks in advance.


Did you try to mod your boot.ini?
Set timings lower on RAM, 2.5-3-3-6 2T, and see if it stops the blue screens.
HT to 3X
PCI Synchronization to AUTO

This is a start to see if it will clear.

Mike :)

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Pedro Filipe Mar 09, 2005, 09:55am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I've tried the pci lock set to Auto, but the problem persists.

Thanks

Pedro

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Pedro Filipe

I've tried the pci lock set to Auto, but the problem persists.

Thanks

Pedro


Leave the setting on AUTO and make sure it's 3X in BIOS, when you open nTune.exe change the HT to 3X and save to nvsutil.nsu. The next time you open nTune it should stay to 3X even after rebooting.
If this doesn't work it's time for an enema, uninstall nTune and reboot with the current settings in the BIOS. then reinstall and reboot again.

Mike :)

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jared brush

did you edit the boot.ini file ?
This sound a lot like the issues i had

Start -> Run -> CMD

then
cd \
attrib -H Boot.ini
notepad boot.ini


you should see somthing like

"multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINNT="Microsoft Windows XP" /fastdetect"

add to the end of this /PCILock

File->Save

Reboot



Dave

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Mike

Demonie.com
I have problems with my A8N-SLI + 2 Maxtor DM9 120GB SATA harddrives.
My both Maxtor DM9 120GB SATA harddisks aren't always being detected, when they are they disappear from Windows after a while, never to show up again unless I disconnected and reconnect the sata-cable.
Anyone having simular problems?


Lots of people have claimed that the Maxtor Harddisk SATA Diamond Max 9 does not work on this board. If you got them to work, hmmmm. The Maxtor Harddisk SATA Diamond Max 10 seems to be ok to use though.
>>>Did you make your disks dynamic?
Apparently, there are problems with the NV SATA controller drivers, which might explain this erratic behavior.


The Maxtor 160GB HDD DM9 SATA is Static, this is the drive the system boots from,
is always detected in POST, never disappears in Windows.
The 2 Maxtor 120GB HDD's DM9 SATA are both Dynamic, however not only do they disappeare in Windows after a while, sometimes 5minutes, sometimes 1hour. Most of the time the drives don't get detected in the POST. At the IDE detecting it hangs for a while then continous without detecting the 2 120GB HDD's.

When I call Maxtor Assistance, EuroTech, they claim there are no know problems with DiamondMax9 + NForce4 SATA, when I ask for a firmware update they didn't want to give it to me at first saying only a firmware update for de DM10 is known to solve problems. The say the solution is to use the Silicon Image controller instead of the NV, but I can't do that since I do not want to use the RAID function. I assume that the Silicon Image Controller is always RAID enabled. So I called them again, and they mail me the latest version of Firmware for DM9 SATA which was in a file called BANC1B70.zip , I followed all their instructions but got an errorcode 660, which means there are insufficient command line parameters in the batchfile that was included.

Anyone with more succes? Or other solutions provided by Maxtor to get their DM9 120GB harddisks working with the Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe?

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Demonie.com

Disable any IDE detection other than your CD DVD device. Try putting the 2 MAXTOR drives on SATA 3-4 not 2-3 Access Modes to AUTO and try LARGE. SATA 1 being the OS.

Anyone with more succes? Or other solutions provided by Maxtor to get their DM9 120GB harddisks working with the Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe?

I had a Terra Byte of drives on this unit before I sold them. Maxtor 120's 250's + WD's, my first post was in place to make sure the disks were Dynamic and not Basic as some don't set them.

PS: I only had the drives in place for about a week and they worked, even on my Promise Fastrak TX 150 4 channel SATA. I didn't experiment with them enough before I sold them and bought 2 WD Raptors, too bad, I could have provided more info on this!

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This is when I had it setup on my A7N8X Deluxe, I didn't take any pictures when I tried them on my A8N-SLI Deluxe though.

Good luck!

Mike :)

Todd Noway Mar 09, 2005, 01:02pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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http://www.asus.com/news_show.aspx?id=201

Now they have a premium version of this mobo

A8N-SLI Deluxe
AMD64 3700+ San Diego
XFX 6800GT PCI-X
2Gig Transcend PC3200 (2x1Gig)
Antec TRUE550-EPS12V
2x74G SATA 10K Raptors RAID0 on NV 128k stripe
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Wes Hetrick Mar 09, 2005, 02:10pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Is anyone usin Motherboard Monitor on this board? I used to have it set up with my temps in the system tray and it was realy slick. If you are using it and can give me the settings it would be appreciated. I havent had a chance to try and overclock again, I just bought a turbo motor for my car that is keeping mer busy :-) but the systen is still running great.


A8N-SLI Deluxe 1004
3000+
Corsair 3200 Value 2x512 dual channel
MSI 6600GT Video
Maxtor Diamond Max 10 SATA 200G HD
Antec Neo Power 480

Simon Lu Mar 09, 2005, 02:40pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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DO NOT get 2x6600GT, it is not as good as 1x6800GT for sure, the eVga 6800GT is only 389$...
FYI who wants to sell 6800Gt for 2x6600GT SLI


x64 Windows, the chipset Firewall wont work, other then that, i think it is great, have been using it for 2 weeks now.
Simon Lu

PETER PALAITIS Mar 09, 2005, 03:36pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Simon, the tests show otherwise as in these results with Doom3, dual 6600GT's outperform even the 6800 Ultra:

http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=2284&p=13

Joseph Ringling Mar 09, 2005, 04:35pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I previously reported a problem with my A8N-SLI (base model) motherboard. It was apparently caused by a glitch in my initial install of Windows XP Pro sp2 (I used an oem CD). I resolved the problem and my system is running fine. At this time I'm only running one graphics card (nvidia 6800 256MB) and the whole rig absolutely screams and runs Battlefield Vietnam (PoE) & Halflife 2 with max graphics and absolutely no lag or snags.

For the convenience of those people with the A8N-SLI motherboard, here's what worked for me to get this motherboard/cpu up & running:

1. Use the steps Sander points out for the A8N-SLI Deluxe motherboard configuration, but instead of using the 2004 bios for the A8N-SLI Deluxe motherboard, use the 1002-003 beta bios posted on the Asus download web site for the A8N-SLI at this link:

http://usa.asus.com/support/download/item.aspx?ModelName=A8N-S...p;Type=All

Toggle the beta option & download this file:

FileName: 1002-003.zip

Go back to the original link & download & use the (AWDFLASH108.zip) tool provided to flash it:

FileName: AWDFLASH108.zip (extract it & put it on a bootable floppy startup disk)

I contacted Asus and they said the 1002-003 beta bios is safe to use. I suspect it contains a lot of the tweaks that went into the 1004 bios for the A8N-SLI Deluxe because the posting dates are nearly the same. After you flash that bios use the same settings (excluding a couple that don't apply) noted in Sander's original post. You'll know which ones you can omit because they won't show up...so don't worry about them.

Note: I received some feedback by a few folks to go ahead & flash the A8N-SLI Deluxe 1004 bios against the A8N-SLI motherboard. If you try to flssh the deluxe 1004 bios against this motherboard it will fail to load. The bios flash tool will throw a warning that you have the wrong part number and that's that! No dice so don't waste your time trying. In short, the architecture of these boards are slightly different, thus the different bios for each.

2. Format your hard disk and create the desired partitions. I created two partitions on my Maxtor 250GB disk.

-Partition 1: 50GB (I put Windows XP Pro sp2 on this partition)
-Partition 2: 200GB

3. Next, I installed Windows XP Pro sp2 (oem version shipped w/my hardware) and when prompted if I wanted to format Partition 1, I chose to do so using the Quick Format option. The reason I wanted to reformat it again as an NTFS partition was because I experienced a glitch while copying OS files during the first attempt. I suspect the NTFS formatting utilility on the Maxtor CD might have not done it right on my first attempt, so I let the Windows XP Pro install do it again. This OS install failure may have also been caused by the 1001 bios shipped with the motherboard. Who knows. The new bios & formatting did the trick. This time the OS installed without a single hitch. Bingo!

4. Log in and install the chipset drivers from the Asus CD, configure the nVidia firewall (used recommended setting), ac97, etc, followed by install of nVidia 66.93 unified driver.

5. Now, log in & connect to the web and let Windows Update update the OS with the latest hot fixes. I got an extra 15 fixes for the OS installed.

6. Next, Install & configure your favorite Antivirus (I use AVG...works great & it's freeeeeeeeeee).

The rest is cake (install latest device drivers for other various devices if necessary if you encounter any problems).

That's it. The machine is very stable and my games run very fast. For those who are thinking about holding off on that 2nd graphics card and going into SLI mode...this is food for thought. I see no reason to do so at this point. In a year or so if a new game comes along and puts up a challenge, I'll consider it if SLI is proven to be what's it's made out to be.

If I can be of any help to anyone else building a PC based on the A8N-SLI motherboard just message me and I'll help out if possible.

Kind regards,

Joe

My configuration:

-A8N-SLI (base model, not the deluxe, bios rev = 1002-003)
-AMD 3000+ Winchester with factory heatsink/fan
-Corsair DDR 1GB stick
-Realtek nVidia PX6800 256MB PCI Express (sli compatible) with 66.93 driver
-Maxtor Ultra16 250GB 7200rpm
-Asus DVD/CD ROM (forgot the speed...new fast one)
-NEC DVD/CD Burner (forgot the speed...new fast one)
-Mad Dog 500W BTX PSU
-Antec Lanboy Chassis (large dual fans)
-Windows XP SP2 (OEM CD shipped from Newegg)
-Logitech X-530 5.1 5-PieceSystem with Subwoofer Speaker
-CH Flightstick Pro joystick (very rugged & reliable)

It runs really quiet & fast...speakers are great.

Athanasios Karageorgiou Mar 09, 2005, 04:50pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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My opinion about the new A8N is that ASUS found more errors that they expected and some of them might not solved through bios upgrades.For a non expert user changing all these settings in the bios should be a huge problem and much more difficult if he doesnt have internet.The idea is the motherboard should work fine to everyone with the AUTO settings and the certified memory.Maybe ASUS tricked us this time.Maybe they need a hit from us,im saying to RMA everyone in here are motherboards over and over again.

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Hi all,

I've been lurking here for weeks until I rec'd my system parts... Thanks so much to everyone who posted here, it has been a huge help (especially Mike and Sander).

I followed Sanders process on pg 1 to start and have been trying to do the Mike T pg 16 tuning but...

Quick questions:

1. Ntune says my single BFG 6800 ultra is running 8x Pcie, why not 16x? What did I miss?

2. When trying to tune the system (the Mike T. pg 16 method) I don't get the option to click on "Clock Frequency settings" in the side menu under display properties>settings>advanced>BFG 6800 Ultra, and since I am too new (first sys build ever) I didn't try to wing it... Any help?

3. I just want to be sure that I am running my ram at efficiency and I don't know what "T1" and "T2" mean, although as far as I can tell from cpuz i am currently running 3-3-3-8. The ram is Corsair dual 512 TWINX1024-3200C2PT in A1 & A2... I know there are issues with this mobo with ram. Newegg lists the specs as 2-3-3-6 T1., How do I find out what T1 & T2 are (in cpuz?) and what is a good process for maximizing it?

Thanks in advance for any help, I have read through all 60+ pages in the last few weeks and know that some of these items have been partially discussed, but I don't know how to search within this specific forum without loading each page... with a 56k modem!

BIG PS!
For anyone considering the antec p160 case, in combo with Mobo and the GPU, I had to dremmel (sp?) the rear of the case to accomodate the digital/vga adapter as the ledge above the expansion slots was too close to the very top slot (yes i tried doing everything else I could think of first)



Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe(BIOS Revision 1004)
Athlon 64 3500+,socket 939 @2.21ghz (Zalman CPU fan)
PCP&C Turbo Cool 510 SLI
2x Corsair dual 512 CMX512-3200C2
1x BFG 6800 Ultra
2x 74G Raptors on NVRaid 0
Pioneer Dual layer DVD rw etc etc
LITE-ON DVD-ROM, SOHD-167T
Creative Audigy2 zs
Antec P-160 case
Windows xp (sp2)

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Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Joseh Ringling

I just bought an A8N-SLI (not the Deluxe) mobo and I'm had some problems installing Windows XP sp2 on an NTFS formatted Maxtor, 250 GB/16MB cache HDD.
>>>Is your windows XP cd SP2 Slipstreamed, OEM, or home made?


I previously reported a problem with my A8N-SLI (base model) motherboard. It was apparently caused by a glitch in my initial install of Windows XP Pro sp2 (I used an oem CD). I resolved the problem and my system is running fine.

I'm glad I made you aware of this. lol (more banter but true)

Note: I received some feedback by a few folks to go ahead & flash the A8N-SLI Deluxe 1004 bios against the A8N-SLI motherboard. If you try to flssh the deluxe 1004 bios against this motherboard it will fail to load. The bios flash tool will throw a warning that you have the wrong part number and that's that! No dice so don't waste your time trying. In short, the architecture of these boards are slightly different, thus the different bios for each.

>>>There is a way to flash the BIOS with 1004 and it does work. Mind you, there are some additional options in the 1004 that will not work, but some do which is more than the 1001 can do. Is this a good thing? Who knows but the ones that successfuly installed the 1004 on the standard board. There are many posts regarding this procedure and the outcome.

Mike :)

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Mike

Any chance of a definitive list of bios settings for the whole bios

ie

1 what each setting does or does not
2 what settings cause problems and what the problems are
3 what is the best settings for performance
4 what are the best for stability

As the ASUS guide is good from a ASUS point of view but it would be good to have another

I remember finding a similar thing when I had my old ABIT KT7A RAID and it did solve a lot of the common questions on the forum

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Anyone had any sucssess overclocking a FX55 chip with this board

If so to what degree and what setting are being used

Cheers


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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Benjamin Hatch

Quick questions:

1. Ntune says my single BFG 6800 ultra is running 8x Pcie, why not 16x? What did I miss?
>>>Not sure yet, can you send me some pics of your settings in Advanced Display Properties/Your card/overclock section/2D and 3D @ mikethellend@hotmail.com?
>>>What video drivers are you using?

2. When trying to tune the system (the Mike T. pg 16 method) I don't get the option to click on "Clock Frequency settings" in the side menu under display properties>settings>advanced>BFG 6800 Ultra, and since I am too new (first sys build ever) I didn't try to wing it... Any help?
>>>You need to set the overclock to Manual then click on the Memory Clock Frequency Slider in 3D Performance to activate it.

3. I just want to be sure that I am running my ram at efficiency and I don't know what "T1" and "T2" mean, although as far as I can tell from cpuz i am currently running 3-3-3-8. The ram is Corsair dual 512 TWINX1024-3200C2PT in A1 & A2... I know there are issues with this mobo with ram. Newegg lists the specs as 2-3-3-6 T1., How do I find out what T1 & T2 are (in cpuz?) and what is a good process for maximizing it?
>>>You should be able to run it at these settings, but I would recommend 2.5-3-3-6 1T just for a little while, to check for stability. 2T if you run into some freezing or blue screens.
>>>In the cpuz.exe Memory tab you will find the current timings set in your BIOS. The SPD tab will show you what your RAM is capable of.

A great video to help understand things about RAM, FSB, Memory BUS, controller etc...
>>>http://www.corsairmemory.com/corsair/products/tech/memory_basi...index.html


>>>Set RAM timings to 2.5-3-3-6 1T

BIOS>
Advanced>
CPU Configuration>
DRAM configuration>

-Max Memclock (MHz)-------------[DDR400]
-1T/2T Memory Timing--------------[ 1T ]
-CAS# latency (Tlc)------------------[ 2.5 ]
-RAS# to CAS# delay (Trcd)-----[ 3 ]
-Min RAS# active time (Tras)-----[ 6 ]
-Row precharge TIme (Trp)---------[ 3 ]
-Row Cycle Time (Trc)---------------[ AUTO ]
-Row Refresh Cycle Time (Trfc)---[ AUTO ]
-Write Recovery Time (Twr)--------[ AUTO ]
-Read-to-Write Delay (Trwt)-------[ AUTO ]


Thanks in advance for any help, I have read through all 60+ pages in the last few weeks and know that some of these items have been partially discussed, but I don't know how to search within this specific forum without loading each page... with a 56k modem!
>>>Ouch on the 56K looking for info on this site! If you reed the 60 + pages then you know why you cant perform a proper search within this section. So I did this;
>>>I downloaded the A8N-SLI FAQ onto my computer with a spider program and search right on my computer (very fast), I regularly spider again to get new info. Sorry about the extra bandwidth Sander, but I was tired of flipping through the pages myself. In the long run it's less bandwidth anyway!

BIG PS!
For anyone considering the antec p160 case, in combo with Mobo and the GPU, I had to dremmel (sp?) the rear of the case to accomodate the digital/vga adapter as the ledge above the expansion slots was too close to the very top slot (yes i tried doing everything else I could think of first)
>>>Had the same issue very close to the connector, but I got away with it.

Mike :)

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asylum asylum

FX 55
1 Gig RAM 2.5-3-3-6 1T

CPU 13X
214 MHz FSB without freezing
2700 to 2800 MHz or so on air cooling.

Complete BIOS! I leave up to Sander.

Mike :)


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