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Tom Michael Apr 15, 2005, 02:25am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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So I get brave and finally update my graphics driver from 6.7.6.6, to the new 7.1.8.9. No go, when I enable SLI and reboot I get to a blue screen real quick, then back to reboot and the Windows safe mode screen. Finally had to revert back. 108% OC 4000+, 2x6800gt, bios 1006, 1gb Corsair RAM. I guess I should be happy, my system has worked great for weeks. Have a few SLI glitches on my Dell 20" widecreen, hope they figure that out. But hey, maybe they have, I can't get the new driver to boot! Any suggestions? Where would I start the diagnosis? Thanks all for any ideas!

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Marcus Wolf Apr 15, 2005, 02:51am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi all,

@mike:I did what you adviced but still no luck.

I basicly changed everthing on the system now. I tried two different psu (all 550 watts), I even changed the mobo to the A8N-SLI (non deluxe); flashed to the latest BIOS.
If I do a reboot, the system doesn't come up again, no beep no nothing.

So is there a chance that the A8N-SLI 8 (or nForce4) has a compatibility issue with Geforce Quadro 3400? Even though it sounds strange, but this is what I would assume now after chnaging everything...
Today I will order myself a DFI LanParty, maybe that helps.....

Should I try a different Quadro BIOS?
Any ideas??


Kind regards
Marcus Wolf
Marcus Wolf

No matter when it allways happens by suprise, my screen goues black, my infrared mouse is off and the system is not responding anymore. I have to power down and wait (at least 5 min) until I can reboot.
- Not able to reboot (means, system shuts down but does not come up again),
>>>So, I take it that when it decides to shutdown (Not everything!), you press the power button to shutdown and when you try to power-up, it wont, you have to wait 5 minutes or so before it will startup again?
If this is the case, try a different PSU.
>>>Make sure that everything in your Power Options Properties is set to Never, Always On.
Mike

claaroo claaroo Apr 15, 2005, 02:52am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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hi everybody.

i'm trying to overclock my asus sli deluxe and i have a problem with the BIOS. it's the 1006 version.

when i do a overclock of my system (3500 winchester, ocz rev2), i put the settings of the overclock in the BIOS at "manual" at 235, HTx4 but the problem come on the BIOS. if set the overclock to "manual", the option in the max-memfrequency change to auto so the computer goes at 2590Mhz but at 370DDR (185x2). if i try to change the DDR setting on the BIOS to DDR433 or 466, the overclock option change to "auto" and the CPU goes at 2200Mhz.

so or i have to choose the CPU speed or the DDR frecuency, but not both (?????).

is there any way to manage with the BIOS (1006) the way we want??? (or another version of BIOS).

thanks

Martijn Kloosterman Apr 15, 2005, 05:54am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi people. I'm very glad to have found this forum - lots of interesting information here. I'm in the process of selecting components for a new pc (previous one was 3 years ago, so I had to do some reading to get back up to date.)

I have a fairly simple question - apparantly 2 6800Ultra's use about 385W in power - would a PowerStream 520W PSU be able to power this configuration? Or should I go for the 600W model?

I know the 3200+ is underpowered for two Ultra cards, but that will be replaced by a dual-core when those CPUs are available. :)

2x 160Gb (Seagate, NCQ)
Asus MB A8N-SLI Deluxe
Corsair 2x1GB DDR SDRAM PC3200 CL2.0 TwinX
AMD Athlon64 3200+ socket 939
ThermalTake Tsunami case
OCZ PowerStream OCZ520ADJ, 520W (ATX)
2x Asus 6800UT 256 MB, PCI Express x16
NEC 3520A DVD (dual layer, R/RW, +/-)
Iiyama TFT Monitor E435S-B

Any other suggestions are welcome, of course.

I did search through the forums, but many of the examples only helped to confuse me more - 24 pin power supplies versus 20, when the board needs 24. I /think/ the PowerStream comes with a 24 pin connector, but I still need to power the Ultra's individually, don't I?

Already printed out the FAQ at the start of this thread.. Very handy to keep at hand when installing.

Thank you kindly!

Martijn

John Scome Apr 15, 2005, 07:52am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Apr 15, 2005, 07:58am EDT

 
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I have an a8n-sli and when I first got it the CLRTC pins were in 2-3 and not realizing they shouldn't be I turned it on numerous times anyway my question is did I damage the board because it has never POSted or beep'd or made any sounds
Also has anyone got a refund straight from ASUS?
This board is not good for a first build and defintely more trouble than it's worth.
Also having to call some long distance number just to see if I can get something done is pretty bad too, this board is gonna end up costing me big time I just know it.

Dean Edward Apr 15, 2005, 08:52am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Martijn Kloosterman,


I suggest you go to http://www.Nvidia.com and look at the power supplies that they have certified for SLI systems. If these arent appealing to you for some reason, there is always the first page of this forum that lists compatible power supplies.

good luck, Dean

Dean Edward Apr 15, 2005, 09:01am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Martjin,

This is the specific address. Hope it helps.

http://www.slizone.com/content/slizone/build.html

Dean Edward Apr 15, 2005, 09:09am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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John Scombe,


This mobo was my first build. I spent about 2 months researching the new technology used on it and bringing myself up to speed on the proper methods involved in building a system. I followed the user manual to the letter and took my time. I had this system up and running on the second start-up.(i had forgotten to flip the ez-select card for single card from double on the mobo.) I experienced no problems after that other than a burnt PSU after 2 weeks for not heeding the first page warnings and recommendations for adequate PSU,s that is listed in the first page of this forum. Since then, the system has been rock solid( 2 months).

thats my expereince, Dean

El Apr 15, 2005, 10:02am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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So the non-deluxe version REALLY doesn't support dual graphics??? How can that be? Here's the first sentence describing it on the Asus site:

"The A8N-SLI motherboard is an extreme gaming platform with dual-graphics card and dual-channel memory designs and supports the powerful K8 939 CPU."

Are you sure it doesn't? I was looking forward to the future upgrade.
Jared

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Edited: Apr 15, 2005, 12:00pm EDT

 
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@ John Scome

"I have an a8n-sli and when I first got it the CLRTC pins were in 2-3 and not realizing they shouldn't be I turned it on numerous times anyway my question is did I damage the board because it has never POSted or beep'd or made any sounds
Also has anyone got a refund straight from ASUS?
This board is not good for a first build and defintely more trouble than it's worth.
Also having to call some long distance number just to see if I can get something done is pretty bad too, this board is gonna end up costing me big time I just know it."

>>> Im a little unclear about this, The board never Posted while the clear cmos jumper was set? and even after you changed the jumper it hasnt posted ?

I cant imagine that trying to power up the computer would actually hurt anything, and its reasonable that the computer wouldnt post with the clear cmos jumper set, Ive done this before myself and I couldnt get the computer to post with the jumper set to clear cmos either. The only thing i can think of that might be a problem is the cmos battery might well be dead. Im not sure if the clear cmos jumper actually shorts the battery out or not but if it does and it shipped this way the battery is probably done for.


Just so were clear on this the Normal position of the CLRTC jumper is 1-2 which according to the manual is the jumpers closest to the battery (im too lazy to open my case and look to see for sure but ill trust the manual on this)

Remi Holm Apr 15, 2005, 02:35pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi Everyone !!

Just want to say that after having problem with the chip fan i switched the cooler and the fan for
Thermalright NB-1C, and the fan that came with it. It works much better than the stock one.

I am running:

AMD Athlon winchester 3500+ 2200, 200 @ 2717, 286 very stable.
MB runs @ 31 C idle or load, OC or not. so the temperature is realy stable.

It is realy big compare to the stock heat sink. It touch one of the VGA cards.

PS: Thanks Mike! You realy help people out there.

Remi Holm

Will Bazdarich Apr 15, 2005, 06:26pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Anybody got any thoughts on this tri-rail PSU:

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=17-1...amp;depa=0

it's not in stock @ Newegg but it was relatively cheap for a 2+ rail psu. My 6800 GT should be coming soon (the ATI X700 Pro will be relegated to an intel box) and I expect to get another one not too long after so I'd like a psu with PCI-e hookups.

thanks

John Scome Apr 15, 2005, 07:51pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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UGHHH I 100% regret buying this 200 dollar paper weight, an RMA is looking about impossible

A Herrera Apr 15, 2005, 09:45pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I'm in the planning stages of building my new PC using the A8N-SLI Deluxe mobo but was hoping to get some help in terms of making sure I have enough juice from my power supply for my rig.

Here is what I plan on getting.

Item Name Qty Wattage
CPU AMD Athlon 64 FX-55 (Socket 939) 1 105
Mobo Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe 1 ???
Memory Corsair XMS Xtra Low Lac (512x2) 2 ???
VideoCard Asus GeForce 6800 Ultra (256MB) 2 ???
Soundcard Audigy 2 ZG 1 ???
Hard Drive WD Raport 74GB 1 8.4
Optical Drive Plextor PX-716A 1 24
Case Aspire X-Dreamer II Black (ATX) 1 6 (due to 2 fans)
Koolance Exos-2 Black Water Cooler 1 17
Koolance CPU-300-H06 1 ----
Koolance HD-50-L06 1 ----
Koolance AMD 64 Adapter 1 ----
Koolance CHC-A05 1 ----
Koolance VID-NV2-L06 2 ----
Fans 4 LED Blue 80mm Case Fan 3 1.6 x 3 = 4.8
Fans 80mm UV Blue Case Fan 1 2.04

PC Power and Cooling advises to add up all the stuff and multiple by 1.8 to get the power requirements.
See here:
http://www.pcpowerandcooling.com/maxpc/index_cases.htm

I'm using guess of 40 for the mobo, 128 for the memory and 100 for the video cards. This makes my total wattage 445.24 x 1.8 = 801 which is way more then the 510 SLI power supply from PC Power and Cooling.
=(

Are my numbers correct? Are their 800/900 power supplies (that are good)? Are my estimates correct?
I don't want to spend my money just yet until I'm sure it will all work. Thanks and VERY GOOD FAQ for this mobo. The best on the internet!

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Edited: Apr 16, 2005, 11:18am EDT

 
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A Herrera

Just a little insight;

SLI Scientist @ Work Mar 25, 2005, 03:08 PM Message - Profile - Add Buddy - Alert Moderators - Edit Post
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Total DC Output: 650W (710W Peak)
+3.3V: 33A
+5V: 24A
+12V:
+12V Total: 504W/42A (540W/45A Peak)
+12V1: 13A (18A Peak)
+12V2: 18A
+12V3: 16A
+12V4: 8A (13A Peak)
-12V: 0.5A
+5VSB: 2.0A

>>>The power supply delivers 710 Watts Peak which is 710W X .707= 501W RMS / 12V = 41.75 AMPS
650 W X 75% Efficiency = 487.5 Watts continuous load.
V2 has 18 AMPS RMS
V3 has 16 AMPS RMS

I like the fact that it has 4 RAILS, one for each video is very good and I did mention that they would come out with one soon. Sooner than I thought!

One thing that really bugs me is the fact that they can't get the AMPS to be the same on V2 and V3, this is mathematically possible and well, it just bugs me. lol

A typical GT/Ultra can draw about 75 to 100 Watts / 12 V = 8.3 AMPS RMS Max, so there's lots of room for RMS values on the rails to take care of a single card with lots to spare.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=2882
Two thumbs up on this PSU from what I can see. I am still waiting for a 1000W RMS EPS/ATX power supply to come out though, with 20 - 25 AMPS per rail for the video and ring core technology. The reason for this is that I will upgrade my XFX Ultra's when they come out with 512 MB's RAM, dual GPU 's with 600 to 1 GHz and 2 GHz memory frequencies. I want to be ready for these cards. Quad Multi GPU Rendering and balancing sounds good to me!

Mike

Post Edited On: Mar 25, 2005, 03:52 PM

If you want the best power supply!
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/product_info.php?produc...4e0fbc84d9

I do have more posts on this subject!

The heart of my system;

BIOS Version 1006
Drivers 66.93 and 6.39
Windows XP SP2
A8N-SLI Deluxe
AMD FX55
2x-XFX Geforce 6800 Series GPU (PVT45FUD) Video cards.
G.Skill 4 X 256 MB DDR550 DDR400 PC4400 2.5-3-3-7 - PC 3200 2-2-2-5
2x-74 Gig Raptor SATA hard drives RAID0 on NVidia Raid
1- Maxtor D740X-6L 60 Gig Drive IDE
LG GSA 4040B DVD
Sony CD-R/RW CRX210E1
Enermax 3 in 1 24 Pin (EG651P-VE) 36 Amps at 12V+ Single Rail.

Other system components;

19" Viewsonic Ultrabright E90f+
57" LG Widescreen TV with DVI (RU-50NZ60) for gaming
Logitech Z 5300 Speaker system 5.1
2x- Logitech Wingman Force 3D (863174-1000)
2x-MI Hip Gear, Hip Hop Steering Wheels and pedals (LM571)
Winfast TV/FM card
USB 2.0 4 port card
APC 650 Watt Backup System
TPS 2 Telnet power switch
Vanguard pan, tilt, 44X zoom, 2 camera system with remote and internet control software
http://www.x10.com
HP Officejet 7310 All-In-One
ATI RV6P 64 MB PCI slot video card (Backup)

Cooling;

Koolance EXOS System 1/4 inch tubing
2x-NV2 L06 GPU
chipset-GPU 180
CPU-Prometia Mach II GT -62 C

Current ORB 3DMark05 score 10, 451.

http://
ca.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/thellendfamily@rogers.com/my_photos

Mike :)

A Herrera Apr 16, 2005, 01:07am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Thanks SLI Scientist @ Work for the info.

From the looks of the specs it appears that the PC Power & Cooling Turbo Cool 850 Ultra SSI
(http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/product_info.php?produc...4e0fbc84d9)

is a better than the Silverstone Zeus SLI 650 Watt Power Supply
(http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=2882)

but the price is "WOW!" on the PC Power & Cooling one. Is this correct?

Also the statement of "Note: This Power Supply is only compatible with cases that are 20" (508mm) or greater in depth." does this mean that the case itself needs to be AT LEAST 20"+ in lenght?

Will the case I picked the Aspire X-Dreamer II Black (ATX) (link below) be able to fit/handle that PSU?
http://www.newegg.com/app/viewproductdesc.asp?description=11-1...amp;DEPA=0

If not any recommendations on a case where the PSU will fit? Ideally I want a case with some blue lights like the one above. =)

Thanks again!



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A Herrera From the looks of the specs it appears that the PC Power & Cooling Turbo Cool 850 Ultra SSI
(http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/product_info.php?produc...4e0fbc84d9)

is a better than the Silverstone Zeus SLI 650 Watt Power Supply
(http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=2882)
>>>This supply is adequate for your needs.

but the price is "WOW!" on the PC Power & Cooling one. Is this correct?
>>>Yup, but the Turbo Cool 850 Ultra SSI is rated at 850 Watts continuous duty as opposed to 650, and can peak close to 1000Watts. It's a real beast that you won't need to upgrade for many years to come, I'm ordering one for myself very shortly.

Also the statement of "Note: This Power Supply is only compatible with cases that are 20" (508mm) or greater in depth." does this mean that the case itself needs to be AT LEAST 20"+ in lenght?
>>>Power supply is 9 inches in depth, no problem.
Dimensions: 5.9" x 3.4" x 9.0" (W x H x D)
You will have enough room in this tower at 17 Inches or so to fold the supply wires 90 Degrees and fit a DVD in the top bay, back to back.

Will the case I picked the Aspire X-Dreamer II Black (ATX) (link below) be able to fit/handle that PSU?
http://www.newegg.com/app/viewproductdesc.asp?description=11-1...amp;DEPA=0

If not any recommendations on a case where the PSU will fit? Ideally I want a case with some blue lights like the one above. =)

Thanks again!

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Not only does Nvidia driver 7.1.8.9 not boot (blue screen so quick I can't tell what it says), either does 7.6.5.0. Actually, it boots fine until I enable SLI and reboot. This is after weeks of stability under 6.7.6.6. So can I never use any 7 series drivers? I must have something set wrong; please, please, please suggest where to begin the troubleshooting. Thank you!

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Tom Michael

Not only does Nvidia driver 7.1.8.9 not boot (blue screen so quick I can't tell what it says)
>>>System Properties > Advanced > Startup and Recovery > Settings > System Failure > Uncheck automatically restart to see your error messages.

either does 7.6.5.0. Actually, it boots fine until I enable SLI and reboot. This is after weeks of stability under 6.7.6.6. So can I never use any 7 series drivers?
>>>These drivers are like an overclock to your cards, back off the overclock on the cards that you have now to compensate, but you will still get the extra goodies with the driver software. Of course there could be other reasons for the SLI enabling, rebooting your computer on you.

Mike :)


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