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  1. You can also use Smartguardian[DFI nF4 Special] (link(s) in my sig.) It's easy to make it personal. My last try:
  2. Try this: ITE Smart Guardian for Windows 2K/XP(foe LP UT NF4 SLI-DR Expert) More drivers here: LANPARTY UT NF4 SLI-DR Expert
  3. Hi! Kanzleramt, nothing to worry about! take a look here! this example is with a LP nF3 250GB, but the base 'how to fix' is all the same. :nod:
  4. Hi Kanzleramt, sorry for my late react, I have miss your Post. Take a look here how to fix it, this example is with a LP nF3 250GB, but the base is all the same. :nod:
  5. Entry #3 (shrunken) Entry #4 (shrunken) Download here the real size image #3 (1024 X 152) Download here the real size image #4 (1024 X 152)
  6. Thanks Tmod for the explanation, i have create my final 4 images, with integrated the requested ' headerbg.gif ' (for blending of the background) and sized 1024 x 152, hope is OK now. Edit: #1 #2 Improved Speed and #1 also with Venus board. Edit: #3 replaced by first #2 and also keep #4 (Both Without Improved Speed, for compare the difference.) Entry #1 Entry #2 Entry #3 Entry #4
  7. Thanks Tmod for the explanation, i have make a new one with integrated the requested ' headerbg.gif ' and sized 1024 x 152, hope is ok now Edit: improve Image #2 to 3#, exhaust smoke and more .... our big brother .. Download here the real size image #1. Download here the real size image #3.
  8. Yes! you can do that within MBM 5 and also with ITE's Smartguardian for 12 V and 5 V Rails.
  9. Motherboard Monitor 5 display the DFI LP nF4 adjusting. :confused: With your DFI LP UT nF3 250GB the true reading is: nF4 LDT Bus Voltage = nF3 250GB Chipset Voltage nF4 Chipset Voltage = nF3 250GB AGP Voltage nF4 Chipset Temp. = nF3 250GB PWM IC Temp. nF4 PWM IC Temp. = nF3 250GB System Temp. Link: fit for the DFI LP UT nF3 250GB, soundx98 Sticky: The ULTIMATE MBM 5 Settings/Help Thread Hope this help
  10. Use a Color card, move the mouse pointer to a wanted color on that card and hold the mouse pointer fixed there, read than the decimal code and use it in smart.ini, that's all !! Happy shopping
  11. Manual replace within 'smart.ini' the Color=number with the ShowCoNo decimal number which belong to the Color current showed in the ShowCoNo Rectangle Window
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