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Dexter Punksta Feb 13, 2005, 07:46am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
> The odd thing is the system will boot if I take the card out of the PCIEX16_1 and put it into the PCIEX16_2.


sorry that i havnt read the entire thread, its kinda lengthy.. but i read this, and i get the same problem. runs in second slot, but only at 1x .. and wont boot at all in the first slot. At the start i thought perhaps it was ment to be in the second slot and that i had solved the problem, but when i ran a benchmark, it was performing really bad. 2200 on 3dmark05.. and then saw it was only running at 1x.

My specs are:

Asus A8N - SLI Deluxe
1x BFG 6600GT Overclocked one (SLI)
2x 512 Kingston mem in A1 and B1
AMD 64 3500
500Watt PSU - no idea of brand.. i was told it was true 500watt and it could be the problem i dont know. But i would have thought the PSU would cope with only one vid card.

Im going to take it all back to the shop i got it from tomorrow, so ill report back if i nailed the problem. if it gets too much of a headache, i might just get them to swap it with a gigabyte SLI board even though its $50 more.

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Simon Kingsbury Feb 13, 2005, 11:35am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Metal bars covering XFX PCIe's... What was the conclusion?
I recently purchased two XFX PCIe 6800GT's. Both turned out to be rev2, but one had a BLUE PCB and the other a GREEN PCB, plus they both had the metal bar screwed along the top, covering the 'goldfingers'.

For the short period of time that my A8N-SLI-Deluxe was running, with the 66.93 drivers, I was able to get scores in 3Dmark05 indicative of a properly functioning SLI setup. However I then tried the 71.25 drivers, and although the tick box for SLI was checked, benchmark scores indicated that only one GFX card was being utilised. I ended up dropping back to v66.93.

I enjoyed my system for 4 days, before it suffered the 'No video, no POST, no beep' fate and has driven me nuts for a week, and I'm now RMA'ing it for a DFI alternative.


Anyway, my question is, are these cards really capable of SLI - or is that the reason I was having issues with v71.25 drivers? Should I be worried about the differing PCB colours? The revisions are the same, as are the part numbers, but there are also a couple of different shape electrical components on the board (minor).

I'm assuming these boards were just assembled at two different plants and wont give me any issues, but I do have a limited time of opportunity to RMA these as well. I'd rather not, as it involves postage back to another country, not to mention the delay - all for turning around what could well be two perfectly good and compatible cards...


Thoughts anyone? Much appreciated, with kind regards,
S.

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Edited: Feb 13, 2005, 01:06pm EST

 
>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
I had a real problem with this mother board until I followed Mark Fenson's advice and got it to work.

After puting the system together:
A8N-SLI Deluxe
AMD Athlon 64 3500+ Winchester
ANTEC truepower 430 W
ATI - PCI video card (very old and primitive card with only 8 MB of RAM)
one Kingston 512 MB PC 3200 DDR 400 stick of ram (generic, purchased from Best Buy)

and I turned the system on, all I got was a series of beeps, no video and no messages.

I unplugged all the internal connections that I'm not using (USB, IEEE 1394), moved the PCI card from the top slot to the bottom one, moved the RAM stick from slot DIMM_A1 to DIMM_B1 and then cleared the CMOS.
I left the computer for about an hour and restarted it and it worked like charm.

So for those who were asking about the use of PCI video card: Yes, it works.

And many thanks to Mark Fenson !

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Edited: Feb 13, 2005, 05:36pm EST

 
>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
I'm planning on building an SLI rig with a 3500+ proc and a pair of 6800GTs, and currently I'm looking at the Antec NeoPower PSU.

What I wanted to ask is, since you've listed the thing as tested with 6800GTs in SLI, how exactly did you connect the GPUs to the PSU? I just want an idea of how to properly connect everything, so I don't end up making some bonehead mistake.

EDIT: I'm also throwing in two 250GB Maxtor drives and a Plextor DVD burner, so I want to be a little cautious with the power configuration.

Cody Stewart Feb 13, 2005, 07:17pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Hi all,
First, here are me pc specs:
ASUS A8N SLI Deluxe
AMD Athlon 64 3200+
2 - 512mb Corsair XMS PC3200 CMX512-3200C2PT ram
2 - Maxtor 80 gig Sata hard drives
ATI Radeon X700 Pro 256mb Video Card
Plextor Double Layer DVD Sata Drive
Thermaltake 480W PSU

I'm having problems where the mb is not recongnizing the keyboard. It's plugged into PS/2 and I get the POST error "No Keyboard Detected" at startup. The screen shows my hard drives and memory but I get the keyboard error and also the "CPU Fan Failed" error and at the bottom its says press F1 to continue or F8 to enter the BIOS but the keyboard does nothing. The fan is spinning so i don't know why I get that error. I bought the motherboard and CPU from monarchcomputer.com and they assembled them together and updated the bios to 1003. Also i've noticed that when I turn the psu switch off then back on the lights flash on the keyboard but they do not flash when I turn the computer on. I've tried 3 different keyboards and none of them have worked. Does anyone know if a usb keyboard will work at the BIOS screen that will be my next option or could it be just a defective motherboard?

Any help would be appreciated,

Thanks,
Cody

Kariage Kun Feb 13, 2005, 09:05pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Feb 13, 2005, 09:31pm EST

 
>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Hi all,

I'm currently having similar problem as Rene We (you can find his post here: http://www.hardwareanalysis.com/content/topic/38623/?o=140)...

First of all here's my spec:

AMD Athlon 3000+ (w/ Thermaltake Venus and Thermal Paste)
1024 TWINX Corsair XMS 3200 DDR400 (2x512MB) (Settings are 2.5-3-6-3)
Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe (1.003 bios final)
Asus Geforce 6200 (EN6200)
500Watt Ultra Xconnect PSU (with 20-24pin converter from xconnect)
Creative Soundblaster Audigy 2 ZS
Seagate 80GB (8mb Cache) S-ATA 150
NEC ND3520 16x DVD+/-RW

NOT OVERCLOCKED!

Drivers & Softwares:
Windows XP SP2
Forceware 66.93 (Also tried Forceware 70.xx as the FAQ stated)
Nforce 6.39
All the latest drivers for my hardware and updated windows.

Bios Settings:
Pretty much like the FAQ said, except for the ram settings.

Temperature:
CPU: 32 degree (idle), 35 degree (max load)
Motherboard: 28 degree (idle), 31 degree (max load)

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My problem:
I have this system running for about 8 days now. In the beginning all was good, windows running perfectly stable; Then, after 3 days my computer started to freeze 1-2 times a day... on the last 2 days that's when the problem went crazy. My computer froze for about 8-10 times in a day, usually when I just idling windows or moving my mouse and all of a sudden I cant move my mouse and numlock led on the keyboard stays solid when I press the num key.

Strange enough the system will run solid on 3D application such as Doom3, 3DMark2005, 3DMark2003, and Nalu Demo (ran it for almost 24hour)...


Several stuff I did and NO LUCK fixing the problem:

- Checking all the connectors and hardwares inside (All solid nothing loose)
- Connected Ezplug with 4 pin and also Disconnected it (Right now is disconnected)
- Reinstalled Windows XP (Beleive me, I tried this more than 15x past 2 days...)
- Changed HTT multiplier in bios from 5x to 4x (Right now is at 5x)
- Changed the memory settings all to Auto (Right now is set 2.5-3-6-3)
- Changed the CPU settings all to auto and also Manual (Right now is set as manual as the FAQ said)
- Changed the voltage for my memory from 2.7v to 2.75v (Right now is set back to 2.7v)
- Disabled AMD Cool and Quiet and also didnt install the driver that comes in the CD
- Switched the SLI card before was double video card and now is single video card
- Switched Dual Channel Memory slot from Black to Blue sockets

I'm beggining to ran out of solution now and it's really frustrating :(... If anyone have any ideas or solution I would greatly appreciate it

Thanks :)

Kariage Kun Feb 13, 2005, 09:08pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Feb 13, 2005, 09:11pm EST

 
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Hi Cody,

I have the same problem where the bios said the CPU Fan failed. All I did was go to the bios and disable the Q-fan.... right now (bios 1.003 final) Q-fan seems bugged sometimes it reads my fan spinning at 0 rpm while it's rotating at full speed...

Hope I fix one of your problem :)

Ryan Navrat Feb 13, 2005, 09:51pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi,

I haven't had any problems so far but have only had this machine running about a week. I do have a few questions. I bought my memory stick in the B1 slot from Newegg when I purchased most of my parts but then Circuit City had a nice deal on a stick with a rebate. So I decided to get a second stick and try the dual channel mode. I believe I am in dual channel by being in the A1 and B1 slots. What I'd like to know is how do I tell if everything is performing up to standards since the the model #'s are slightly different or at least worded different. Kingston doesn't list the circuit city brand KVR400/512R on their website but I believe it has the same specs. I checked in the Asus Probe program and it shows the (A1 slot) memory module 1 bank connection of RAS 0, RAS1 Current speed unknown. That is the Circuity City KVR400/512 stick I just put in today. Memory module 3 (B1 slot) is RAS4 RAS5 with Current speed 50ns which is the Newegg KVR400x64c3a/512 stick. Why doesn't the memory module 1 show a speed? Is this working as dual channel with the performance that I would get if I would of purchased the two sticks togeather. I'd like to make sure everything is ok so that if it isn't I can return the second stick before the 14days are up and I'll purchase better dual sticks later.

Second Question. I probably messed up when I was installing the lan drivers etc. I was using the Marvel drivers until I found this site and learned some more about what settings I should of went with from the start. I have removed the marvel software/drivers and Silicon Image/Raid since I only have 1 hard drive on Sata1. I thought I saw something that mentioned I might need to reinstall everything to clean out the drivers? Or did I misread or misunderstand that post? Now I just have the Nvidia drivers installed. I don't use lan unless I take my computer to school/work on occasion.

Thanks for this wonderful FAQ site. It is great to have some of bios settings, software etc explained. I wish Asus and other board manufacturs would add a paragraph or two explaining what or when some of the settings would be used or not used.

I had both AI Booster and Cool and Quiet installed and working but removed cool and Quiet today.

Good luck everyone and thanks for any replies in advance

Asus A8N-SLI MB: Bios - Version 1003 (updated 1/24/2005)
AMD Athlon 64 3000mhz Winchester 90nm Socket 939, Cache L2 512kb
Thermaltake VA4000BWS SViking Case
Thermaltake Silent PurePower W0010 480w
512MB Kingston PC3200 KVR400X64C3A/512 DIMM B1 slot
512MB Kingston PC3200 KVR400/512R DIMM A1 slot
Primary IDE (Blue) - NEC ND-3520A BK DVD +/-RW
Slave IDE (Black) - Empty
SATA1 - Western Digital WD800JD Serial ATA 80gb 7200rpm
SATA2 - Enabled
SATA3 - Disabled
SATA4 - Disabled
SATA_RAID1 - Disabled
SATA_RAID2 - Disabled
SATA_RAID3 - Disabled
SATA_RAID4 - Disabled
PCI-E x16 - Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce 6600GT GV-NX66T128D
PCI-E x16 - Empty
PCI-E x1 - Empty
PCI-E x2 - Empty
PCI1 - Modem Blaster 56PCI Di5630
PCI2 - Empty
PCI3 - Empty
ACPI - Enabled
Windows XP Professional SP2
Viewsonic 19" PF790

Mark Fenson Feb 13, 2005, 10:17pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi all,

FYI:

Yesterday installed Windows XP, then SP2, then the Nvidia Drivers and then the graphics drivers all good and i went on to install Nortons Ineternet Security.

Was going well updated all of Windows and then updated Nortons and following this i rebooted to BSOD!!!! BSOD saying something about HTTP errors: Everytime...

I then reformated and installed everything again, however this time I didnt install the Nvidia Firewall software. Updated Nortons = everything is running fine - playing HL2, WoW and Far Cry...

At present i still have not installed my SB Live Audigy card problem is i get the no post, no beeps, no screen and monitor in standby.

Question:

If I got a bigger PSU do you think i would be able to run system with the SB Audigy card installed?

Mark

Cody Stewart Feb 13, 2005, 10:51pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Thanks Kariage, I'll keep that in mind if I ever get the keyboard working. I'm going to buy a usb keyboard tomorrow and maybe it will work and if it doesn't I guess i'll RAM it and get a new one because i'm not giving up on this board.

Thomas Reeve Feb 14, 2005, 03:47am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Have got my motherboard running with a 375 psu so its all good now

chris n Feb 14, 2005, 05:22am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
My system is as follows:

amd 3500+
Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe
2x512mb Kingston DDR400
seagate 160gb sata
lite-on dvd writer
antec truepower 550W psu
thermaltake shark va7000
Samsung 172x lcd (DVI cable)
viewsonic keyboard and mouse

leadtek winfast 6600gt extreme
(didn't want to leave anything out

My problem is this, when i browse the internet, desktop, movies the picture is really clear and pleasing. BUT when i play games the images flicker or have horizontal lines (just the image on top of each other) this only HAPPENS when i move around not when i'm standing still. when standing still the picture looks clear and perfect.....I need help because this thing is driving me nuts!!!

this is what ive done so far::
contact samsung they just said increase refresh rate to max (already on it)
ive installed the new 172x drivers (it is digital)
upgraded my motherboard bios to 1003 ( motherboard is working perfect, that im aware of)
changed my graphics drivers around several times.the very latest ones from nvidia and then th ones from leadtek 67.03 which is the current driver.
decresed resoultion/graphics on the games and still no benefit.
No errors in the system hardware, no other errors in sandra latest

i see that alot of people are having problems with their graphics using this mobo, so just wanted to know if it could be a mobo problem and if so how can i fix it???

Thanks for the help...

Dave Belchek Feb 14, 2005, 08:34am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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My system has been running great ever since i have had the board and followed the FAQ, of coarse most of it was in part due to Gods help getting a stable system running :). Anyway my question is now im planning on getting some wire loom and round ide cables and round floppy cables and then going back and looming up all my wires nice and neat... but i am also planning on moving a hard drive to another bay for cooling reasons but it will be in the way of my 6800 gt due to the wires comming out of the back of the hard drive... so my question is can i use the second pci express slot and not use the first slot and will it still be in 16x mode, and also will it run stable with the ez-selector card set to single mode while my card is in this slot. Do you see a problem with this sassen ? Thank you for your help :).

Kariage Kun Feb 14, 2005, 10:00am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>My problem is this, when i browse the internet, desktop, movies the picture is really clear and pleasing. BUT when i play games the images flicker or have horizontal lines (just the image on top of each other) this only HAPPENS when i move around not when i'm standing still. when standing still the picture looks clear and perfect.....I need help because this thing is driving me nuts!!!

Hi Chris,

it's seems to me that it's looks like a video card problem. However you could try this combination on your asus a8n-sli motherboard and see if it works (I'm assuming you only have 1 Geforce 6600 GT video card):

- Make sure you set your BIOS similar to the FAQ
- Change the BIOS from SLI mode to Standard mode
- Make sure your ezselector card is set at single card
- Switch the video card from the first slot to second slot (I'm not sure if you can do this with ezselector card set at single)
- Unplug the 4-pin molex connector from the ezplug (You can try the other way around)

If all the above doesnt work... maybe you would like to contact the video card manufacture...

Mark Donoghue Feb 14, 2005, 11:21am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I just finished building my system

AMD Athlon 64 3200+
512 MB Twin-X Corsair Memory
Asus EN6600GT PCI-EX
2x 80 Gig SATA Seagate Barracude Drives w/ NCQ
SB Audigy Mp3
and a dvd burner and cd rom.

I can be doing just about anything and this machine will totally hang. blue screen, lock up... mmm you name it and this machine is doing it... I have checked the bios settings and checked all the drivers I am using and everything. For the life of me I can't figure out why this is locking up..... I have checked to make sure everything is secured and seated well.... and everything... any suggestions greatly appreciated...

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Hi Mark,

Probably you have the same problem as me. From what I analyzed it's seems people who are using Corsair TwinX Memory have stability problem with this motherboard...

You could try start by using my method fixing this problem on my previous post...

This is the last thing I tried with my PC to get it into stable mode (I haven't verified this but my system has been running for 12 hours without any problems):

- First of all be-sure your cooling system are working properly and enough psu energy ( I recommend 400watt+) :)

- Set your bios as the FAQ stated (Bios 1.003 final, CPU manually configured, PCI speed locked at 33.3mhz, Q-fan disabled, etc)

- As for the Ram setting: set your DRAM at DDR400, Timing is at 1T (surprised after I change this from Auto to 1T my system become stable for the last 12 hours at least), then the rest of the settings are 2.5-3-6-3 and below that all to autos... and voltage is at 2.7 (I recommend you checking the RAM guy for more information about your ram)

- Make sure you have all the latest drivers and updates (You might want to reinstall windows and after reinstallation finished... begin by installing the latest nforce driver first...)

Again I'm not really sure if this will fix your problem (and also mine...) I'm sure this will help you a little :)

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Thanks for the help all, espcially Sander.
Finally managed to get the problem sorted, tried the provided drivers (61.72 Please no-one hit me) which failed to even get a single card working in UT2004. The tried 66.93 which yielded to corrupted bottom half, but got UT2004 and all D3D games working. Did the BIOS flash to 1002 (not feeling very lucky when it's my PC), still corrupted...

Then I noticed the most ridiculous thing in the world...

One of the files in the nVidia Display Properties was mis-matching, and reported as version 61.72. Damn.

All along, it was an old file. And I think I found the moral... Never use the manufacturer's supplied CD. Now BOTH XFX discs are my new coasters.

Either way, UT2004 now slams 80fps at me, and HaloCE whips 150, but only with vsync off, which gives me a funky image. Which I know is my old faithful, Siemens 17"CRT. It's about 4 years old and WILL be replaced soon...

Anyhoo, cheers for the help all.

William Trieu Feb 14, 2005, 06:19pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hello everyone,
Great Guide! Followed it step by step and got my rig running without a hitch. But i was just wondering is the stock cooling meant to be so loud? Using Asus Probe 2.23.06 it states my CPU fan spinning at 5818RPM and Chipset Fan running 8437RPM both with no load. Any way i can quiet this thing down abit?

THanks in Advance
William

Oh, and im running:
AMD64 3200+ @ 2.0GHz
AMD A8N-SLi Deluxe
ASUS 6600GT Extreme
2x 512 Kingston DDR400
SB Audigy
2x Seagate 120GB
CoolerMaster 450W RealPower PS

Cody Stewart Feb 14, 2005, 08:13pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Well I have an update on my keyboard problem. I just got home with a wireless logitech keyboard and mouse combo from wal-mart. Didn't want a wireless keyboard and mouse but it was the only one they had with any kind of usb support. I plugged it up and turned the pc on and finally I have a keyboard that works. I'm going to go setup windows and hopefully get it up and running. I'll be back later.


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