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Alkemyst Darkened Apr 07, 2005, 12:30am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
>Go f**k yourself !

Really? I have a woman here, I may do it once and a while, but I am sure you got lots of guru knowledge in this field :)

>Starting your s**t again ?

No, sorry didn't want to disagree with you really and your whole "I learned it all here" and I will tell you now while I regurgitate what I read (You know I am Mike I have time to read every post here I have no other purpose in life)! train of thinking...you are a freaking GOD man, just a GOD....I know you keep telling everyone this and how you have HELPED so MANY people here...How YOU and YOU alone know so much about this (yet don't even know how to become a BETA tester for ASUS)...then say 'sorry I didn't want to say this....' You realize this kind of self praising/justification dies out for most people in grade school. Either have a point and a backbone and state it or just don't say anything, on a non-live discussion you can self-moderate yourself....if you can state you have a problem with your posting within your posting....just don't press POST..

>Sorry folks, didn't mean to voice myself to this extent, but this guy is really too much!

Really? You voice yourself to the fullest extent possible here as I mentioned already. Hey I am Mike, I am a SLI Scientist y0! :) I will state incorrect things, but once I am corrected (since I alone see every thread here) I will correct myself and rinse and repeat throughout this topic. If you come in midway I will tell you 'DIDNT YOU SEE MY LAST POST?' or 'PLEASE READ THE PREVIOUS....' since I am Mike and all...y0 king bish!

I mean hell you just make posts talking about how you help EVERYONE, how you got the X amount of posts, how you are the Xth post here! wow! want a cookie?....as if that is not enough time you still have time to take pictures of it all...that's cool and all, but I also work on my car, a boat, I like movies and going out drinking / eating....play a little with my animals...oh and actually play a few games on the machine I built to do just that...then screw my wife from time to time. Hey nerd is as nerds do...you rock it well.

You have only proven the reason you can afford to spend so much is because you have absolutely no freaking life, not even a glimmer of one....seriously how much time do you spend here in a day while trying to make people believe here and there you are some huge cash cow? $1000 CAN on a cooler for what amounts to a $2-3K computer? Doesn't show anything but stupidity my friend. If you were netting 5GHz then you may have bragging rights. Then when all is said and done, blow an engine on your boat...5 figures WOW!. There are professionals and kids...only kids get all geeked up on price/cost.

Whatever though, I am out here...there is nothing more for me to gain/contribute here. I scrapped my A8N-SLI due to it just being really superior in this market, plus a lot of this forum being pretty much neophytes...the Premium version once released will be the only way to rectify alot of this board's shortcomings...but hey...look at this at a new opportunity to say "Hey I am Mike, got no life, got no nothing, but my muthaboad, eh? I didn't want to say this, but I will anyway 'cause I helped 100's here! Here is a pic of me helping people here [if my @ symbol in my weblink breaks the link copy and paste it,,,I am a little lame folks]"

you go girl, go! keep the torch held high!

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Whizzz AKA: SLI Scientist@Work Apr 07, 2005, 12:32am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Apr 07, 2005, 12:57am EDT

 
>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Too bad you live in the US and not close to me, I would be tempted to snap your neck.
You're a real loser man, and real troublemaker. I can't believe you're so bent out of shape over my superior intellect.

Whatever though, I am out here...there is nothing more for me to gain/contribute here
>>>You never did contribute anything here but hatred and jealousy!

PS - Your post has nothing to do with this thread, go post in the loser section of this forum. (a little more banter for you)

Mike

Masked Apr 07, 2005, 01:24am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Hi Mike,

Yeah, I did disappear for a while. Was happy to have my box up and running and haven't had much time to mes with it since then.

Anyway, both cards seem to work when run by themselves, and either will work as a secondary monitor in windows (is that "extended" mode) ?

The card that initally had random stuck pixels on it from post until windows startup doesn't seem to be giving me bad pixels anymore, regardless of which order I have the cards in.... could that mean it was just some bad connection, or should I still worry about it being a broken card? Also, when my desktop is extended onto this card as a secondary monitor, some apps will lock up (like the nvidia demos).

You think benchmarking each card separately in single-mode would tell us anything?
And do we know whether my lack of SLI checkbox is definitely something with the cards, or could it be some problem between XP64 and BIOS 1007?

Thanks again,
Masked

Chris Kuefler Apr 07, 2005, 02:12am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> FOR SUCCESS... READ, READ, and READ MORE!!!
System Specs

Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe Motherboard
AMD Athlon 64 FX-55 Processor w/AMD supplied fan (PN# ADAFX55ASBOX Retail)
2 - 1 Gig OCZ PC 3200 1024MB Performance Series Memory (PN# OCZ4001024PF)
2 - eVGA GeForce 6800 GT 256 MB GPU's NOT OVER CLOCKED (PN# 256-P2-N376-AX)
2 - 74 GB Raptor SATA Drives configured RAID 0
2 - Vantec Vortex Hard Drive Coolers (VTX-C01-BK)
Lite-On 16x DVD ROM/CDRW Drive
Mitsumi 7in1 w/Floppy Drive
NEC ND-3250A DVD+R/RW Drive
Asus Vento 3600 ATX Mid Tower Case
Slot fan for additional cooling
ViewSonic VP201b 20" LCD
PCPower & Cooling 510 PowerSupply

Drivers and BIOS
eVGA GPU BIOS Version: 5.40.02.36.08
Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe BIOS Version: 1006
Latest NVidia video and system drivers as of 04.06.05


Thanks to Sanders and those participating in this forum I was able to gain enough knowledge to build my system in 5 hours (once the parts arrived) and have it work. There are a lot of horror stories here and if you take your time and read the forum pages you are going to avoid experiencing them. I did seriously consider an Alienware Aurora system until the check-out price tag was $6,000+. That is when I started reading this forum and after seeing failures and the successes I decided it was time to start taking notes. It isn't brain surgery but if you wander from the things that are known to work in this forum then you are asking for a very expensive system that doesn't work.

The biggest key to success is not being afraid to spend the money up front on the key components. Get good components like the ones above and you will be in good shape. Of those listed the most important is the PC Power & Cooling 510 SLI Power supply or don't bother even trying. This is a quality component and it really takes a lot of guessing out of the building process. I wanted reliability over speed so I didn't overclock anything in my system. Especially after hearing from Alienware that they do not overclock any of their Aurora PC's. In fact they won't support a Alienware box with any overclocked component in it. With that said I made sure to purchase a pair of eVGA 6800 GT's that were not overclocked in any way. Of course before making my choice for graphics cards I made sure they were on the NVidia certified list which is here: http://www.slizone.com/content/slizone/build.html

Finally, make sure the BIOS is updated on everything in your system that needs it. The Asus motherboard needs to be flashed to the to the latest revision. Same with the graphics cards. This will resolve any issues with BIOS mismatches. This is bleeding edge stuff and if your going to build systems like this then you need to have a updated BIOS to support the new toys and features you are using. Below are some helpful links on the BIOS side.

http://whitebunny.demon.nl/hardware/chipset_nvidia.html#vgabios
http://www.mvktech.net/component/option,com_frontpage/Itemid,1/
http://www.nvplanet.com/modules.php?name=Sections&op=viewa...p;artid=11
http://3dgpu.com/archives/2004/08/09/geforce-6800-tweak-guide/


GOOD LUCK!

Chris



Tom Michael Apr 07, 2005, 02:26am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Hey, Mike, I don't know what is with the wienerdude ragging on you, but I know I most appreciate all of your posts. You have helping me a ton, thanks man!

Tom Michael Apr 07, 2005, 03:00am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Oh, I forgot to mention, my system is also stable and RULES. My first time building a computer, definitely had some issues at first, mostly with Windows XP! I have had a gas figuring it all out, this site has helped a ton. Really strung out on Doom3, and messing with my computer!

Thermaltake Tsunami Dream
2X BFG 6800GT OC (which I have overclocked a lot more)
AMD 4000+ (also overclocked)
BFG power supply (just ordered an Antec TrupowerII 550, want to make things quiet; hope it works!)
1gb Corsair RAM (middle of the road)
Zalman copper cpr and vga coolers, along with passive NB heatsink
74 gb Raptor HD
2X Sony optical drives
Logitech 5300e speakers
Dell 20" widescreen monitor (ya, having some SLI issues with it...hope a future Nvidia driver fixes)
Kensington expert optical trackball
Apple keyboard
Soundblaster Audigy 2ZS

All seems pretty great to me!

raymond Paxton Apr 07, 2005, 03:22am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Mike...

have reset DRAM settings as instructed, but still no joy...pairing work fine on their own, but will not work together as 2gb of DDR400...also....not sure if this could be having an effect, though prob not the total contributing factor...but my 12V voltg is outputting @ 10.98v...???

Asus A8N SLI Deluxe
x2 LeadTek 6800GT
x2 Seagate Barracuda 160Gb ATA 100 HDD
2Gb Corsair VS DDR400
SB Audigy 2Zs Plat Pro
NEC 16x Dual Layer DVD burner
T7700 Speaker Array
21" Samsung SyncMaster 1100p plus
david cole Apr 07, 2005, 03:28am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Mike,
Thanks again for a reply. Per your question "Did you read my last posts?", I not only read them several times, but have them printed and beside me while I work.

I have now created a Sil raid set at POST time, per your instructions. This time it took - earlier a few trys had NOT created a raid set for me. After unit loads Windows, a SATARaid5(Array Manager) window immediately pops up. From this window I got the disks initialized, then Quick formatted, and I closed this window. There is no further action I can take on this window, but it comes back up every time I start the computer and has to be manually closed. There is about 24KB of free space on the disks after raid is built, and I think it expects me to do something with this miniscul space! (I will worry about this later.)

Under SCSI and Raid Controllers, I see:
nVidia RAID class controller, and
Silicon Image Sil3114 SoftRaid5 controller

Under Disk Drives, I see:
nVidia Stripe (my C:\)
Silmage Disk Device (the new raid1 set as my G:\)
300GB seagate ( my F:\ that is independent drive on nVidia controller)

In your last response, you said "Create the Raid. They need to be formatted! Then delete in Disk Management etc per my recent post"

Here I am not sure I am seeing straight with your instruction on delete.
If I right click on the new Raid1 set, it gives me options to Format or Delete Partition on this disk. If I reformat I accomplish nothing that I can see. If I delete the partition, I would expect to start seeing Invalid Device at POST time again.

In Device Management, options appear to Disable or Uninstall the Sil Raid controller. If I take either of these options I am back at the beginning again.
So, what actually am I to delete (if Delete is the actual command involved). I would assume I want to delete the raid set, not anything that would kill the controller or the format.

You also asked "..are you a quitter? Or do you want to repair this problem." No I have not quit and do want to get it going right. Probably giving me more grey hair, but I've too much time and $ tied up here to settle for a crippled machine.

Continuing with more thanks,
david

A8N-SLI Deluxe, FX-55, Win XP Pro - was main, being rebuilt after electrical storm
Sabertooth x58, i7-950, Win 7 Pro, ENGTX460CU TOP, 12GB GSkill, 12GB SSD, 1GB + 2GB HDD @ 6GB/s - main computer
P5Q-E, e8500, Vista 64 - secondary computer
Two P5Q Pro,
DOD Petrus Apr 07, 2005, 03:33am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ memory problem solved
Mike: problem with memory solved, i just pick up processor and give him back and it's working now also in A1+B1slot :) but thanx:)

Kim Cowburn Apr 07, 2005, 05:25am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Hi Mike, thanks for your reply.

1 - The EZ selector was on single vid card, when youmentioned it I swapped it just in case but the situation is the same. I only overclocked the vid card after your post on page 16, the issue was the same before then and after the overclock. Its reduced to default now but the behavior is the same. When I did overclock I got another 58 MHz (558) on the GPU and 130 MHz (1.13 GHz) on the memory, but as I say default now and the issue remains.

2 - Not too big a freakout at this stage for me, I realise it will stop crashing when (if?) the video problem is resolved.

3 - The HDD model number is: WD 1600JD-00HBB0 also I didn't mention in my last post it is SATA. The issue only arises when I install any of the Nvidia IDE drivers.

Also, with regard to the chipset drivers, do you recommend installing all of them? As I generally leave out the IDE, and Yukon network controlers in the hope that theres less for the system to get confused over and the HDD problem.

Thanks,

Kim.

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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ memory problem
Mike: f..k, the same problem again, PC was running 1 hour and after shutdown it can't boot, just beeping. i tried pick up CPU again and nothing:( when i put to A2+B2 booting allright ... i have 2x kingston 512MB PC400 CL3 Mosel chips and i read on asus website that this moduls can run just together on pair or something like this... can u help me?..thanx.
DOD

Dave Ballantyne Apr 07, 2005, 07:11am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Kim Cowburn ,

Just to jump in, i couldnt find your previous post though,
but with regard to the NVidia IDE drivers please see

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=2972


Seems to of resolved my issue(s), basically remove them .. but this is the third time ive posted saying its sorted.


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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ memory problem
Mike: so after 3 hours computer starts and is running allright and i increase memory voltage to 2.7V and now after shutdown allright, i will see how long:) i will let u know...
DOD

Jerry Beck Apr 07, 2005, 07:51am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Mike and OldeCrow R,
I wanted to try the tip of you about the AIBooster. Here is what happened: the computer started and didn't recognize my WLAN adapter (USB) anymore. So I unplugged it, replugged it and it worked again.
After this, the unknown device in the device manager was gone!
I have another SATA drive (I am using an own HD for my games) where the error also occured. Let's see what will happen there...
I'll let you know.
Thanks for this great support of you and everybody else in this forum (FAQ),
keep on going,
Jerry

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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
david cole

Mike,
Thanks again for a reply. Per your question "Did you read my last posts?", I not only read them several times, but have them printed and beside me while I work.
>>>The main post I was referring to was the one where I mentioned I would help you one on one in MSN messenger or on the phone.

I have now created a Sil raid set at POST time, per your instructions. This time it took - earlier a few trys had NOT created a raid set for me. After unit loads Windows, a SATARaid5(Array Manager) window immediately pops up. From this window I got the disks initialized, then Quick formatted, and I closed this window. There is no further action I can take on this window, but it comes back up every time I start the computer and has to be manually closed.
>>>Msconfig will allow you to shut this down on startup, or in startup itself., but not really an issue right now.

There is about 24KB of free space on the disks after raid is built, and I think it expects me to do something with this miniscul space! (I will worry about this later.)

Under SCSI and Raid Controllers, I see:
nVidia RAID class controller, and
Silicon Image Sil3114 SoftRaid5 controller
Under Disk Drives, I see:
nVidia Stripe (my C:\)
Silmage Disk Device (the new raid1 set as my G:\)
300GB seagate ( my F:\ that is independent drive on nVidia controller)
>>>At least it works which is something I needed to rule out, the exclamations we were talking about that is.

In your last response, you said "Create the Raid. They need to be formatted! Then delete in Disk Management etc per my recent post"
>>>I know this is working in a backwards fashion but quite necessary in order to get those drives to be seen as singles. I did explain a bit about meta data and errors occuring from your previous installs, this method will make sure your drives and registry are clear of these errors so you can have a fresh start.

Here I am not sure I am seeing straight with your instruction on delete.
If I right click on the new Raid1 set, it gives me options to Format or Delete Partition on this disk. If I reformat I accomplish nothing that I can see.
>>>Are they formatted? Are they showing a high capacity?

If I delete the partition, I would expect to start seeing Invalid Device at POST time again.
>>>The drives need to be formatted and showing a high capacity. Once we achieve this goal and you delete the array you will stand a better chance of windows recognizing the drives properly.

In Device Management, options appear to Disable or Uninstall the Sil Raid controller. If I take either of these options I am back at the beginning again.
So, what actually am I to delete (if Delete is the actual command involved). I would assume I want to delete the raid set, not anything that would kill the controller or the format.
>>>Correct for now.

You also asked "..are you a quitter? Or do you want to repair this problem." No I have not quit and do want to get it going right. Probably giving me more grey hair, but I've too much time and $ tied up here to settle for a crippled machine.
>>>"..are you a quitter? Or do you want to repair this problem marine .lol"
Just silly banter with the marine and quitter thing.

david, I would like to take this to MSN in the next couple of days, or even by phone if you want.
repair;
forum-slowest
MSN-slow
phone-fastest

I haven't let any one of the 10 or so people, "with major problems" down over the phone yet.

Mike :)


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Kim Cowburn

Please see if the link that Dave Ballantyne provided may be of use to you.
I will get back to you.

Mike :)

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raymond Paxton

Did you remove the onboard battery? Just wondering!
The voltage is very low, this could create problems for you and needs to be rectified.

Mike :)

raymond Paxton Apr 07, 2005, 09:58am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Mike,

>did you remove the onboard battery?

no, moved jumper to CMOS reset with power off...switched back and booted up...reset all except SDRAM, but even in BIOS shows as only having 1gig installed...everywhere on system shows as only having 1Gb installed...but SANDRA and FreshDiagnose both tell me that even though running on 1Gb, there are 4 sticks of 512 onboard...just for some reason only 2 are being read...

Asus A8N SLI Deluxe
x2 LeadTek 6800GT
x2 Seagate Barracuda 160Gb ATA 100 HDD
2Gb Corsair VS DDR400
SB Audigy 2Zs Plat Pro
NEC 16x Dual Layer DVD burner
T7700 Speaker Array
21" Samsung SyncMaster 1100p plus
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Masked

Anyway, both cards seem to work when run by themselves, and either will work as a secondary monitor in windows (is that "extended" mode) ?
>>>As long as you get action on all ports then you did do it right.
Even with the SLI connector removed, you would normally be able to have SLI capabilities, just no Multi GPU Rendering. Make sure your EZ selector card is properly installed, remove it and reinsert it.

The card that initally had random stuck pixels on it from post until windows startup doesn't seem to be giving me bad pixels anymore, regardless of which order I have the cards in.... could that mean it was just some bad connection, or should I still worry about it being a broken card?
>>>Possibility and yes.

Also, when my desktop is extended onto this card as a secondary monitor, some apps will lock up (like the nvidia demos).
Lock up;
>>>Extended Monitor 2 with the monitor connected in the primary port of the second card? or
>>>Extended Monitor 2 with the monitor connected in the primary port of the first card?

You think benchmarking each card separately in single-mode would tell us anything?
>>>Yes

And do we know whether my lack of SLI checkbox is definitely something with the cards, or could it be some problem between XP64 and BIOS 1007?
>>>Can't tell at this point. The only thing I would do here is install XP, non 64, and give it a try. If it doesn't work then, your not being able to get a SLI enable checkbox or balloon tip with two functional cards on all ports points to defective or non SLI capable cards. (also provided the EZ card is in properly, you get no video errors or corruption, there are no faults in the Device Manager and all your BIOS's are updated).


Mike :)

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raymond Paxton

You need to remove the battery for about 10 seconds and reboot more than once. Of course, if this doesn't help there are other things to try.

Mike :)


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