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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
  12. When u like to change a specific text color in Smartguardian you can select with the mouse pointer a wanted color, ShowCoNo give the decimal color code needed for Smartguardian 'smart.ini' e.g. Color=255 'RED Small part off: smart.ini ////////////////////////////////////////////// 'Volt NAMES [Label Option 3 .. 11] [Label Option 3] Caption=CPU Color=65535 'Yellow <----------------------- THIS CODE FontSize=14 Bold=-1 Italic=0 Underline=0 Strikethrough=0 Top=3060 Left=-100 Visible=-1 [Label Option 4]'nF3 = CHIPSET / nF4 & RDX200 = LDT Bus Caption=CHIPSET Color=65535 'Yellow <----------------------- THIS CODE FontSize=12 Bold=-1 Italic=0 Underline=0 Strikethrough=0 Top=3460 Left=-100 '0 Visible=-1 ////////////////////////////////////////////// ETC. ETC.
  13. I'ts Zipped file, you have first to unZip, then you can run the 'Scono.exe' which give u the Color codes under the mouse pointer Yep, is Russian
  14. Hi, this thread is only mean for the DFI nF3 Smartguardian versions, your DFI nF4 mobo use a different Smartguardian, for downloads etc. go to Smartguardian[DFI nF4 Special] (link in my sig.)
  15. POST #1 Personalized Smartguardian: ...... Within 'smart.ini' you can change anything with notepad e.g. color codes, names, size, locations etc. The 'logo.bmp' file is original a black background, you can replace that with you own created background or your chosen picture etc., logo's etc. Btw: this thread is only for the DFI nF3 Smartguardian versions, your DFI nF4 mobo use a different Smartguardian, for the nF4 downloads and nice examples from other guy's go to Smartguardian[DFI nF4 Special] (link in my sig.) This: ShowCoNo" from Marián Pánik is a very handy Color code tool. Hope this help
  16. Hi, SoMBrA, Welcome on The STREET DFI Download driver Link for LANPARTY UT nF3 250Gb Revision 5.34 Driver RAID Driver OS Window XP File nForceRaid_5p34.zip Size 565,912 bytes Date 2005/03/10 Description NForce RAID Driver for Windows 2K/XP/2003. It's easy, first unzip then run the unzipped file: nForceRaid_5p34.exe with a floppy in the drive. Revision 5.03 Driver RAID Utility OS Window XP File R-NF3-XP.exe Size 660,206 bytes Date 2004/09/03 Description Utility Image for nVidia and Marvell SATA RAID for NF3 board under Windows XP. Remarks: 1. Installation at booting stage is required if you intend to boot from SATA RAID. Please check user's manual for installation. 2. This image is not required if you just take SATA HDDs as non-RAID devices. 3. If you need SATA RAID but don’t take SATA RAID as booting device, please install RAID driver from driver CD under Windows operating system. This utility is not required. Run: R-NF3-XP.exe with a floppy in the drive. DFI Download Manuals Link for LANPARTY UT nF3 250Gb Mainboard Revision A File nvraid manual.pdf Size 4,239,997 bytes Description NVIDIA RAID Manual Mainboard Revision A File lp ut nf3 250gb 81000414-r.pdf Size 5,138,469 bytes Description Motherboard English Manual Hope this help
  17. AFAIK, ITE's (T8712F) Smartguardian' works only with Windows, sadly no Linux support.
  18. Thanks Jaz for the friendly words Nothing to worry and yes you can simple fix it within Smartguardian, press Option and choose Voltage, here you can change all the Voltage percentages. This is a example of (my OverClock voltage range) %age setting: Within 'smart.ini' you can even change the DefaultTemp= (Milli-Voltage) to your specifics CPU, Memory and the Chipset voltage. 'smart.ini' useful voltage parts, examples: ///////////////////////////////////////////////////// [VIN0] 'CPU Data Top=3050 Left=1210 Visible=-1 DefaultTemp=150 'e.g. for a Mobile CPU set to yours specific DefaultTemp= xxx (mV) Enable=1 Percent=20 '<-- Changing with Smartguardian Option Voltage %age [VIN1] 'nF3=CHIPSET Data Top=3450 Left=1200 Visible=-1 DefaultTemp=160 'e.g. you can compensate to you reading Chipset 1.56V with set DefaultTemp=156 (mV) Enable=1 Percent=10 '<-- Changing with Smartguardian Option Voltage %age ///////////////////////////////////////////////////// [VIN6] ' DRAM Data Top=4190 Left=1190 Visible=-1 DefaultTemp=260 'e.g. compensate this for your specific memory (BH5, CH5 or TCCD etc.) set DefaultTemp= xxx (mV) Enable=1 Percent=10 '<-- Changing with Smartguardian Option Voltage %age /////////////////////////////////////////////////////
  19. Thanks Jaz for the friendly words Nothing to worry and yes you can simple fix it within Smartguardian, press Option and choose Voltage, here you can change all the Voltage percentages. This is a example of (my OverClock voltage range) %age setting: Within 'smart.ini' you can even change the DefaultTemp= (Milli-Voltage) to your specifics CPU, Memory and the Chipset voltage. 'smart.ini' useful voltage parts, examples: ///////////////////////////////////////////////////// [VIN0] 'CPU Data Top=3050 Left=1210 Visible=-1 DefaultTemp=150 'e.g. for a Mobile CPU set to yours specific DefaultTemp= xxx (mV) Enable=1 Percent=20 '<-- Changing with Smartguardian Option Voltage %age [VIN1] 'nF3=CHIPSET Data Top=3450 Left=1200 Visible=-1 DefaultTemp=160 'e.g. you can compensate to you reading Chipset 1.56V with set DefaultTemp=156 (mV) Enable=1 Percent=10 '<-- Changing with Smartguardian Option Voltage %age ///////////////////////////////////////////////////// [VIN6] ' DRAM Data Top=4190 Left=1190 Visible=-1 DefaultTemp=260 'e.g. compensate this for your specific memory (BH5, CH5 or TCCD etc.) set DefaultTemp= xxx (mV) Enable=1 Percent=10 '<-- Changing with Smartguardian Option Voltage %age /////////////////////////////////////////////////////
  20. No, as you can see this are totally different motherboards with also completely different BIOS's DFI nF3-250-AL >> DFI LanParty UT nF3 250GB >> DFI Taiwan Official support site: DFI NF3 250-AL, here the Features, the BIOS and the Extensive Manual
  21. AFAIK no, but this what our PSU expert 'davidhammock200' say about, but perhaps it's not exceeding the power needs for your system which have 'of course' not a SLI or Crossfire, however you can ask 'david' or this Antec is a proper PSU for your system. Please note that Antec as a brand is no longer on the recommended list, although several specific Antec PSU's are recommended in this guide, this is because some of Antec's newer PSU's are having MAJOR PROBLEMS & after months of work these problems persist. These are the Modular PS's: (Modular for those seeking style over performance.) NOT recommended for high-end setups (ie: dual core cpu + SLI/Crossfire) Antec SmartPower 2.0 SP-500 500W Sticky: DFI Recommended Power Supplies (UPDATED August 5th, 2006!) davidhammock200
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