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claaroo claaroo Apr 16, 2005, 02:21am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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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).

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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

Mike, thanks so much for your help!!! I did no know the uncheck auto restart trick, that did the, uh, trick. My overclock returns to default with the new driver install, but just to make sure I turned off overclocking before installing 71.89 again. Installs fine, reboot, turn on SLI, reboot, damn blue screen. But at least I got to read it. Says DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL. Does this mean anything to you? I just don't know where to turn next, any suggestions will be most appreciated. Thanks again, you rule!

Tom

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Tom Michael

Can you edit your post and list all your devices?

Mike :)

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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
claaroo claaroo

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).
>>>That's exactly how it works!
If you set the DRAM, Jumperfree Config goes to AUTO, and if you set the Jumperfree Config to manual, the DRAM frequency goes to AUTO. So leave the DRAM setting to AUTO to get better control over clock frequencies, voltage etc. in jumperfree config. The DRAM MHz will default to 400 MHz if you don't manually exceed your CPU FSB/HTT. ie; CPU 200 MHz - DDR 400 MHz, CPU 210 MHz - DDR 420 MHz. Leave your multiplier on AUTO for now.

Mike :)

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Hello!
I have brought an Leadtek PX6600GT Extreme Version(550/1120) for my Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe Mobo. When I run 3dmark 2005, 2003, aquamark, half-life 2, etc. I see some strange artefacts (texture errors). In 3dmark 2003 it happens at troll's lair. But with 3dmark 2005 after 1 min. I don't know why is not working well. My supplier says that might be an incompatibility between nForce 4 and 6600 GPU. I've tried bios 1006 and 1007-1004, latest chipset drivers from nvidia ver 6.53, video drivers from leadtek 71.84, but is not working well.
When I lower the GPU speed to 540 for 3d applications is working fine, no artefacts. Why is not working at 550 MHz? Is my mobo defective? The video card is working fine on intel chipset (550/1120). The GPU is not overheating, max temp is 70 C. I don't know what to do. PLEASE HELP!!! Thank you!

My configuration:
ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe (1007-1004)
Athlon 64 3200+
Leadtek PX6600GT TDH Extreme Version
512 MB DDR Geil Ultra-x 2-2-2-5 Dual Channel
WD 200GB SATA hard drive
Enermax Noisetaker 600W

Tom Michael Apr 16, 2005, 01:17pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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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)
>>>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

Mike, thanks so much for your help!!! I did no know the uncheck auto restart trick, that did the, uh, trick. My overclock returns to default with the new driver install, but just to make sure I turned off overclocking before installing 71.89 again. Installs fine, reboot, turn on SLI, reboot, damn blue screen. But at least I got to read it. Says DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL. Does this mean anything to you? I just don't know where to turn next, any suggestions will be most appreciated. Thanks again, you rule!

Tom

Can you edit your post and list all your devices?

Mike

Sure, Mike. AMD 4000+ @ 108%OC, 2xBFG6800gtOC (I have had these overclocked at 415/1120, but removed the overclock for the new driver install), 1gb Corsair RAM, Zalman copper CPU and VGA coolers, ASUS bios 1006. Like I said, my system has been awesome up until now, seems so wierd that the 7 series video drivers would freak it out. Thanks again, it is killer how many people you have helped out, including me!

Tom

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Edited: Apr 16, 2005, 01:47pm EDT

 
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119 pages and most of it all problems..lol SLI is a joke

ASRock Z97 Extreme 4 / i7 4790K / Corsair H80i / 4x4GB Crucial Ballistix Smart Tracer DDR3 1600 / 1TB Western Digital Caviar Black / 240GB Mushkin Chronos Deluxe SSD / 2x Evga GTX 670 FTW 2GB in SLI / Sound Blaster Recon3D Fatal1ty / Corsair HX1000w
OldeCrow R Apr 16, 2005, 02:41pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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@ Florin Brightman

"Hello!
I have brought an Leadtek PX6600GT Extreme Version(550/1120) for my Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe Mobo. When I run 3dmark 2005, 2003, aquamark, half-life 2, etc. I see some strange artefacts (texture errors). In 3dmark 2003 it happens at troll's lair. But with 3dmark 2005 after 1 min. I don't know why is not working well. My supplier says that might be an incompatibility between nForce 4 and 6600 GPU. I've tried bios 1006 and 1007-1004, latest chipset drivers from nvidia ver 6.53, video drivers from leadtek 71.84, but is not working well.
When I lower the GPU speed to 540 for 3d applications is working fine, no artefacts. Why is not working at 550 MHz? Is my mobo defective? The video card is working fine on intel chipset (550/1120). The GPU is not overheating, max temp is 70 C. I don't know what to do. PLEASE HELP!!! Thank you!"

>>> There is nothing wrong with your card, It will clock differently with different hardware and driver combinations If your getting artifacts SLOW IT DOWN, having said that you can also try different versions of the forceware drivers, I had terrible luck with the newer drivers and my xfx 6600gt's but after experimenting with different drivers i found a set that would let me clock the card up nicely and still run stable. for me it was the Asus 71.81 drivers but you may find that a different set does the trick for you.



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Edited: Apr 16, 2005, 04:32pm EDT

 
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mothow .

"SLI is a joke"

Actually, my AMD SLI system dances circles around your non SLI Pentium system. lol. That's no joke!
SLI is a good technology but it's like a diamond in the rough, once you polish it, it will sparkle.

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 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.

Super Pi 32 MB test 25m 05s

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

Mike :)

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Tom Michael

Thanks!

What are your RAM timings and Jumperfree config settings.

Mike :)

Tom Michael Apr 16, 2005, 04:33pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Mike

Cpuz lists my RAM at Freq. 216.0 MHz, FSB:DRAM CPU/5, CAS# Latency 3, RAS# to CAS# Delay 3, RAS# Precharge 3, Cycle Time 8, Bank Cycle Time 12, DRAM Idle Timer 16. Jumperfree in bios at A1 overclock, overclock 8%.

Here is what BFG Tech Support had to say:

Tom Michael

Thank you for your request.
You may try updating the motherboard chipset driver, if the issue is the
driver not less or equal error, and then continue with the driver cleaner
driver installation as previously recommended.

Thank you for your request.
We've seen a lot of issues with the 7x.xx series drivers in many systems, and
we're not entirely sure of the cause as yet. You may want to try downloading,
installing, and running driver cleaner pro (http://www.drivercleaner.net) in safe
mode, removing all nvidia drivers, before you install new drivers. This has
cleared up issues in the past. However, if that does not work, we encourage
you to stay with the drivers that you are currently using. One of the reasons
that nvidia revises their drivers so often is to try and garauntee that there
will always be a driver to work with a given system.


James E @ BFG Technical Support

Tom Michael <hummerchine@charter.net> wrote:


>> Hi, I wrote the following paragraph already. Have additional
>> information, I found out how to get the blue screen to stay on so I
>> could read it. It says: DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL.
>>
>> Hi, I have two of your pcie 6800gtOC cards on and ASUS A8N-SLI board,
>> using an AMD 4000+ processor, 1gb Corsair RAM, ASUS bios version 1006,
>> Windows XP. I have been using driver version 67.66 with no problems,
>> other than some screen jitters in some games. So I finally decide to
>> update to the latest Nvidia driver version 71.89, but when I set SLI
>> mode in the control panel a reboot I come to a blue screen that shows so
>>
>> quick I cannot read it, and then it dumps me into Windows safe mode. So
>>
>> I cannot reboot. I also tried driver version 75.60 that I got of of
>> Guru3d, same problem. So I had to reinstall 67.66. Can you suggest any
>>
>> reason that the new driver will not work for me? Thank you so much!
>>
>> Tom Michael

Unfortunately, I did this (installed Nforce 6.53 and used Driver Cleaner Pro), installed 71.89, same old thing. As soon as I enable SLI and reboot, blue screen. So Mike, you are obviously brilliant in these matters; what the heck now? I just cannot believe that the 7 series drivers do not work with my hardware, my stuff is pretty mainstream. Thanks as always!

Tom


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Edited: Apr 16, 2005, 04:54pm EDT

 
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Tom Michael

Try these settings with the 7x.xx series drivers for starters;
Just overlay...
Make sure your video cards are set to no overclock with the good drivers beforehand (out of SLI Mode, extend monitor to view control for the second card).

BIOS>
Advanced>
CPU Configuration>
DRAM configuration>

-Max Memclock (MHz)---------------[AUTO]
-1T/2T Memory Timing----------------[1T] for two sticks [2T] for four
-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 ]

Your Corsair should handle these settings.

>>>JumperFree Configuration

- Overclock Profile : Manual
- CPU Frequency : 200.0
- PCI Express Clock : 100MHz
- DDR Voltage : 2.80V
- CPU Multiplier : Auto
- CPU Voltage : Auto
- PCI Clock Sync : Auto

Mike :)

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Mike

Arghhhhh!!! This is starting to drive me crazy. I did everything exactly as you said, unfortunately no change. SLI works fine with driver 67.66, blue screen with 71.89. I even tried it with the cards underclocked. The suggestion by the BFG tech sounded OK until I realize that with newer games coming out, I will really need to update my drivers. There are also issues with my widescreen monitor that I hope they resolve. What in the heck could be that different about my system that the 7 series drivers will not work? Is it possible that updating the bios on my video cards would fix the problem? If so, I am unclear as to how to do that, sounds dicey. I'm still hoping that the master sli scientist comes up with an ingenious fix...thanks man!

Tom

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Tom Michael

Just be patient, I am in the middle of some testing with you.

Mike :)

Remi Holm Apr 17, 2005, 04:58am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi Mike!

I am runnig memory speed at 286 MHz.
At this speed it is ipossible to run -1T/2T Memory Timing at 1T.

I have read in this forum that this might be fixed by an upcomming bios.
Do you have any feedback on that?

Remi Holm

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Edited: Apr 17, 2005, 11:21am EDT

 
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Remi Holm

What RAM do you have now, can't remember?

PS - If I was in the middle of helping people in the forum I must apologize for delays as I am in the middle of preparing filing for a patent on an invention in Canada and the US. My invention is computer related and something that everyone in this forum would buy. Unfortunately I cannot disclose anything at this point in time, but when I get the ok from the patent offices, people in this forum will be the first to find out what it is.

Mike :)

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From: lello amit

My home build pc had been working fine since the build 3 months ago then about 2 weeks ago it closed down by itself (whilst reading an e-mail).
When I tried to restart it it got as far as the screen that tells you that windows did not shut down correctly and did i want to into safe mode and some more options,
I tried normal boot and safe mode but it kept rebooting before it went into windows. So I thought no prob I will reinstall windows (no way) when reinstalling windows it gets as far as the blue screen that tells you whats being loaded pc stops at kernal debugger! and locks up, so I tried to load my old windows 2000 and it gets af far as loading fonts on the blue screen then it reboots itself, then i tried windows 98 disc, blue sceen again saying checking system then system locks up again. So I was told by a mate that it was my motherboard that was at fault, so I sent my asus back to supplier who after 10 day sent me a new one, rebuilt pc very carefully and have still got same fault, I have removed 3 dimms and swaped them around (only 256mb on board now) disconected floppy, and 1 of the cd drives, swaped cd drives,got new psu (had cheap 400w) see below, removed all expansion cards (usb,firewire ect) still the same, I have now got a brand new hdd and cables, and it STILL THE SAME. only thing not done is try cpu (how) and graphics card, but not getting post errors.
Could it be the cpu?
Can someone please help ( i have lost all my hair) and my wife wants a divorce.


ASUS AN8-SL1 DELUXE
AMD ATHLON 64 WINCHESTER (S939)
XFX GeFORCE PCX6600 GT128MB PCI-e
KINGSTON PC3200 256MB X4 (1GB)
MAXTOR DIAMONDMAX 80GB HDD
SONY 16X DVD
NEC DVD R/W
JEANTHECH JN120F-450-AP 450W PSU
WINDOWS XP HOME SP2


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Mike.

My memory is Corsair twinx 1024 4400 C25.
I run memory timings at 2,5 4 4 8.
If I want to try 1to run 1T/2T Memory Timing at 1T, I have to set memory speed way down.

By the way congratulation with upcoming patent.

Remi Holm

Damon F Apr 17, 2005, 05:26pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Re: Drivers. This is my first system build, so learning as I go. I've downloaded the 1006 bios and flash tool. what about other drivers though. Do I need to use the cd that came with the mobo for anything? I looked on the nVidia website but wasn't sure exactly what I needed.... nForce 4 Standalone Kit? Unified Driver? Thanks for any help.

Lian Li PC-6077B
DFI LP UT X48-T2R
Intel C2D E8400 (@4.0)
Corsair Dom, PC2 8500, 2 x 2G
Sapphire HD4870
Corsair TX750
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Congrads on the up-coming patent and product release. I look forward to seeing what it is.

I installed the 1007 beta bios update a month ago and have had no problems with it.

Has anyone else used this bios??? I am curious what benefits or negatives anyone might have to share about this bios.

Dean Edward


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