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  1. A 1055T will also reach 4GHz+ without problem so it doesn't really matter if a 1090T was used or not. Even my 1035T will run that speed without no problem as the below screenshot shhows. As has already been written for gaming either platform will offer no user noticeable advantage over the other. If one is going to be using programs that make proper use of all available cores then the advantage shifts to the X6 unless the 1366 platform is brought into the picture.
  2. As written above if you anticipate using real programs that can utilize the additional cores the X6 will be the way to go. As you have personal experience maybe you could post performance screenshots comparing the two processors in question?
  3. With current NAND it is not possible to have a total size of 120GB. The cell/page/block configuration is such that the closest one can get to that size is 128GB. If the drive is advertised as 120GB then total NAND is 128GB with 8GB set aside for controller use.
  4. Marketing bull. Notice some manufacturers list their drives as 120GB while others list them as 128GB like yours. 128GB is the total size of onboard NAND. However, some of the NAND needs to be set aside for wear leveling and housekeeping which leave 120GB of user formattable space.
  5. The only reason I post these screenshots is so users that may be looking at the boards can get an idea what to expect for 24/7 use with different hardware and those that might already have the boards can reference my settings as starting points for their setups. I already spend a considerable amount of time formatting the posts for here because the layout needs to be different then the other forums I post the info at. I asked two simple questions of which one still has not been answered. There was no whining being done. Anyway, no hard feelings and good luck to everyone.
  6. Thanks for the info but the older version did not have a 15 minute time limit set. My previous motherboard threads are proof of that as I submitted one post right after the other in each of the threads. Guess I will not be posting any more of them though.
  7. Posting itself also appears to be broke. Post are limited to I think 10 images. So any posts that have more then that need to be broke down into multiple posts. But with this upgrade it appears that a person cannot make multiple posts without someone else having posted between them. Otherwise the second post is combined with the first.
  8. As asked above is there a workaround for the following text? Before the upgrade text boxes had both horizontal and vertical scrolling. [b][color="Red"]Configure System Performance Settings[/color][/b] [b]----------------------------------------------------------[/b] [i]Target CPU Frequency:. 3999MHz[/i] [i]Target DRAM Frequency: 1376MHz[/i] [i]You can OC based om "OC From CPU Level Up"[/i] OC Tuner Utility AI Overclock Tuner ..................[Manual] [i]OC From CPU Level Up.................[Auto][/i] CPU Ratio............................[15.5] CPU Bus Frequency....................[258] PCIE Frequency.......................[100] DRAM Frequency.......................[1376MHz] CPU/NB Frequency.....................[2580MHz] HT Link Speed........................[2580MHz] > DRAM Timing Configuration > DRAM Driving Configuration [b]************* Please key in numbers directly! *************[/b] CPU & NB Voltage Mode................[Offset] CPU Offset Sign....................[+] CPU Offset Voltage.................[i]1.488[/i] [0.121875] CPU/NB Offset Sign.................[+] CPU/NB Offset Voltage..............[i]1.262[/i] [0.062500] CPU VDDA Voltage.....................[i]2.487[/i] [Auto] DRAM Voltage.........................[i]1.643[/i] [1.65000] HT Voltage...........................[i]1.228[/i] [1.23125] NB Voltage...........................[i]1.284[/i] [Auto] NB 1.8V Voltage......................[i]1.800[/i] [Auto] SB Voltage...........................[i]1.100[/i] [Auto] SidePort Memory Voltage..............[i]1.500[/i] [Auto] [b]**********************************************************[/b] CPU Load-Line Calibration............[Auto] CPU/NB Load-Line Calibration.........[Auto] CPU Spread Spectrum..................[Auto] PCIE Spread Spectrum.................[Auto] [b]******************** GFX Overclocking ********************[/b] Internal Graphics Mode...............[uMA+SIDEPORT] UMA Frame Buffer Size..............[Auto] SIDEPORT Clock Speed...............[DDR3-1333MHz] GFX Engine Clock Override............[Disabled] [color="Red"]DRAM Timing Configuration[/color] DRAM CAS# Latency....................7 [7 CLK] DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay..............7 [7 CLK] DRAM RAS# PRE Time...................7 [7 CLK] DRAM RAS# ACT Time..................21 [21 CLK] DRAM READ to PRE Time................4 [Auto] DRAM Row Cycle Time.................28 [28 CLK] DRAM WRITE Recovery Time.............8 [Auto] DRAM RAS# to RAS# Delay..............4 [Auto] DRAM READ To WRITE Delay.............7 [Auto] DRAM WRITE To READ Delay(DD).........2 [Auto] DRAM WRITE To READ Delay(SD).........4 [Auto] DRAM WRITE To WRITE Timing...........4 [Auto] DRAM READ To READ Timing.............3 [Auto] DRAM REF Cycle Time................110 [Auto] DRAM Refresh Rate..................7.8 [Auto] DRAM Command Rate...................1T [1T] [color="Red"]DRAM Driving Configuration[/color] [i]DCTO Information:[/i] CKE drive strength................1.5X [Auto] CS/ODT drive strength.............1.5X [Auto] ADDR/CMD drive strength...........1.5X [Auto] MEMCLK drive strength.............1.5X [Auto] Data drive strength.................1X [Auto] DQS drive strength..................1X [Auto] Processor ODT...................60ohms [Auto] [i]DCTO Information:[/i] CKE drive strength................1.5X [Auto] CS/ODT drive strength.............1.5X [Auto] ADDR/CMD drive strength...........1.5X [Auto] MEMCLK drive strength.............1.5X [Auto] Data drive strength.................1X [Auto] DQS drive strength..................1X [Auto] Processor ODT...................60ohms [Auto] [b][color="Red"]CPU Configuration[/color][/b] [i]AGESA Version 3.5.4.0[/i] ---------------------------------------------------------- [i]AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 B50 Processor Revision: C3 Cache L1: 512KB Cache L2: 2048KB Cache L3: 6MB Speed : 4012MHz, NB Clk: 2000MHz uCode Patch Level: 0x10000B6[/i] ---------------------------------------------------------- Microcode Updation..................[Enabled] Secure Virtual Machine Mode.........[Enabled] Cool'n'Quite........................[Disabled] ASUS Core Unlocker..................[Enabled] Active CPU Cores..................[4 Core Operation] C1E Support.........................[Disabled] [b][color="Red"]DRAM Controller Configuration[/color][/b] ---------------------------------------------------------- Channel Interleaving................[XOR of Address Bit] MemClk Tristate C3/ATLVID...........[Disabled] Memory Hole Remapping...............[Enabled] DCT Unganged Mode...................[Always] Power Down Enable...................[Disabled] [/Code]
  9. Praz

    Quickbooks Pro 2004

    Just to be safe be sure to use the built-in backup utility on a regular basis.
  10. Praz

    Quickbooks Pro 2004

    Don't know what the differences between the two versions are. I did a normal install and it worked fine. I heard the same thing from them when I called to get it reauthorized though.
  11. Praz

    Quickbooks Pro 2004

    You know for a fact that 2004 won't work with Win7? Intuit told me the same thing about 2005 but I've been using it for about 8 months now with Win7 without any problems.
  12. The highest valid memory multiplier for an i3 is 10x (1333 memory speed). 1600 memory speed would require a 12x multiplier. That option should not be in the BIOS when using an i3. You will need to set the memory speed to 1333 and up BCLK to 160.
  13. Is there any type of fix for a text box? Before the upgrade using would scroll long text both horizontally and vertically. Now using either [code] or [codebox] long test is scrolled horizontally only. Vertically, however long the text is the box is the same length.
  14. Normally the only time a USB stick is shown as a hard drive is when it has been formatted to be bootable. They can be formatted FAT, FAT32, or NTFS depending on the stick size and operating system used to format the drive.
  15. You're welcome. That seems to be about the price most are expecting the 1035T to be at when it becomes available. The only real downfall with this chip is the 10x max NB frequency multiplier. For best memory performance bus frequency needs to be pushed to maximize NB speed. However, this also applies to all the non-BE processors.
  16. Doesn't mater how strongly you feel. If you would like your posts to remain you will show respect to the other members of the forum.
  17. Wrong. The Arizona Governor signed the following changes into law. http://ktar.com/?nid=6&sid=1289482
  18. Somehow missed your post. Sorry. I'm using an EK Supreme HF block. The DTS is not accurate on my CPU so I haven't paid much attention to temps. The CPU temp itself averages around 41C fully loaded with LinX.
  19. I ran 8GB of memory at 1600 on the Pro version of this board without any problems. As the Crosshair IV clocks better the same configuration should work just as well. I'll stick 8GB in and test for the next couple of days and see how things go.
  20. The board can do 2000MHz with 8GB of memory as long as the sticks use Hyper ICs. Hopefully you have a nice fat bank account because that is what will be needed to buy all the processors you will have to go through until you find one with a strong enough IMC to run that configuration. Assumng you reach this point, even with two stick of ram, you will need the CPU running at least 5GHz and the NB frequency at 4GHz to gain any advantage the memory has to offer at this speed. The current trend in affordable/replaceable memory today at speeds of 2000MHz and higher is to jack up tRCD. This is a performance killer for the AMD platform. That in and of itself makes lower clocked memory with tighter timings a better performer. For a 24/7 stable system with top performance one should be looking in the range of 1600MHz memory speed with timings of 6-6-6 or 7-7-7 to 1800MHz at 7-7-7 or 8-8-8 with the CPU around 4GHz and NB running in the neighborhood of 3GHz. However if one's intent is to post SuperPi screenshots of useless working configurations then everything I wrote above can be tossed aside.
  21. Yes. All cores are enabled. It is shown in CPU-Z and LinX. Those runs were done with 0502. The newest for public release, still Beta, is 0702. 0702 Beta BIOS for M4A89TD PRO
  22. Just didn't bother to manually disable them in the BIOS. When hard setting the CPU multiplier to a Turbo value Cool n' Quiet/C1E are effectively disabled with the BIOS version I was using.
  23. I don't have a confirmed date but shouldn't be too much longer. I have the same CPU running 13x323 stable on the Crosshair IV Formula.
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