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  1. Last week I changed my old and trusty nF4 Ultra-D for the Asus M2N32-SLIDeluxe. It was not an easy choice. I’ve been a DFI fan since I got my UT nF3 250Gb mobo. A sweet mobo that gave me no problems and I had lots of fun with it learning to o/c. After some time I felt the need for speed so I upgraded to the nF4 Ultra-D. An even better mobo. The things I did to it (in my ignorance) make me shudder to day. But thanks to all the help I got in this forum I always managed to get it up and running again. So thank you DFI and forum members for years of pleasure and fun! Having won an argument with the Swedish IRS I got a bit of money and decided it was time upgrade. After doing a bit of research I decided for the following components in my new system: Asus M2N32-SLIDeluxe Kit of 2 G RAM OCZPC6400 Titanium CL4-4-4-15, EPP AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ 2,6GHz AM2 2MB (Stock cooling at the moment) Samsung DVD SH-S183A SATA Tagan TG580-U22 (from old system) WinFast PX6600TD 256 MB PCI-E x16 (Next upgrade) Had hoped that I could use my Asetek WaterChill kit to cool the CPU but even if this fits the 940 socket it will not fit the AM2 socket. Thinking to buy this water block: http://www.overclockers.com/articles1301/ and using the pump and radiator from the Asetek kit. Comments anybody? Sorry for my long and sentimental rant but DFI was my first love and you don’t forget that so easily. affebaffe Ps: Will update my signature but just not now still feel part DFI.
  2. To read the message on the screen when you get BSOD go to "Control Panel"->"System"->"Advanced". Click on "Settings" in "Startup and Recovery" and remove mark from "Automatically restart"
  3. No I don't think so. You could run memtest86 for a few hours (option in BIOS) to see that your PC is stable. And perhaps SuperPi as well. If there is no problems leave things as they are. So relax, lean back and enjoy a stable working PC.
  4. Looking at the link it shows multiplier of 8 (CPU/FSB frequency ratio) and 8 times 250 is 2000 so yes this means your CPU runs at 2 GHz. Stock speed for X2 4600+ is 2,4 GHz so with an FSB of 200 the "CPU/FSB frequency ratio" must be 12. Try to load "Optimized default" in BIOS. Then do a mem test. If you pass that test with no problems then you can start o/c by increasing FSB in steps of say 5 units at a time.
  5. Yes it may work. I would still first try ExRodie's "Clear CMOS for 24 hours". If this does not work then try the "Insert button" trick.
  6. For Windows you could use this utility. Link: http://www.beyondlogic.org/consulting/smart/smart.htm
  7. I think you can use an agp card just to check if your system boots ok. Hopefully sombody in the forum will correct me if I'm wrong.
  8. Don't know if this will help but "Aida32" will give you a mobo id number. Perhaps DFI then can tell you the revision number nkowing the mobo id number. Link for Aida32: http://www.majorgeeks.com/download181.html I would recomend "Everest Ultimate Edition" but it costs 30 usd. Aida32 is freeware. Still I got the same mobo id number from both "Aida32" and "Everest home Edition ver 2.0" (last freeware edition)
  9. At what voltage are you running your TwinMos ram? If 2,6 V I would try 2,8 and see if that works.
  10. Don't know if this will help but you could try. Power off your PC Press the "Insert" button and keep it pressed. Start your PC, when the Boot sequence starts release the "Insert" button.
  11. Link: http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20832 See para 7 for info wher to plug in molex conectors.
  12. I assume you have tried 2T timings? If this don't work I would try "optimized default" and set "Spread Spectrum" to "Enabled" and "Disable" "Bank Interleav". Doing this will make any o/c impossible so I'm not sure if this is of any help to you.
  13. You can also try to enabled CPU Spread sectrum and see it this helps. finaly as a last resort you may try "Bank Interleave= DISABLED".
  14. Perhaps this link will help: http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread...hlight=cpu+king
  15. Have you tried 2T timings (CPC disabled)?
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