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  1. http://www.drivercleaner.net/ And get "Driver Cleaner Pro" follow the directions and it works great. Gives multiple options fot he Nvidia drivers as well.
  2. It was answered: http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showpost.p...87&postcount=27
  3. Does not mean they are not working on anything. Might as well make a beta bios an offical bios that fixes somethings.
  4. I had the same problem. I had to get rid of it and buy a G5.
  5. Just use 12/07. Its under the BETA download area. You wont have to worry about finding the "right" one. http://us.dfi.com.tw/Support/Download/bios..._FLAG=B&SITE=NA Now, that is a beta bios, and it is not offically suported. If you have problems with that I suggest you stick to the bois on the regular download site.
  6. I am currently running at 1.56, but was wonder what the general consensus was on max voltage with a Toledo core. Some people, without the IHS are running very high, some say 1.55, some say 1.60 and so on. I am currently stuck at 253x11 (1.55) and was thinking some more volts might put me in the 2.8, 2.85 range I am looking for. Temps in ITE SmartGuardian right now (idle) are: CPU: 18*c PWMIC: 29*c CHIPSET 39*c So, even if it is 10* off on the cpu, I am still fine for temps. I am also running 1.65 on the MOBO I believe. I also just switched to 12/07 bios.
  7. I have tested it on its own (CPU 1) with Super PI, and OCCT and it seems fine. Prime does not like it it seems.
  8. I am running 1.56/8 right now. It seems to pass SuperPI just fine (both cores, seperate), but Prime is tougher I guess.
  9. Yes. I have two copies each in its seperate folder.
  10. I ran dual Prime last night, and woke to this: (Click for larger Image) The one on the left is CPU 0, the right is CPU 1. Any reason CPU 1 is not processing prime like CPU 0? Or is this normal?
  11. yeah for some reason I have bumped a few of those on this board.
  12. Future versions do have past add ons. So, 11/15 is the way to go. The difference between 424,807 bytes and 851,306 bytes is that the smaller one is simply just the bios file while the larger one creates a disk. I myself download the smaller one and flash using WINFLASH. http://www.ecsusa.com/downloads/winFlash.html
  13. I have yet been able to get over 250 FSB on these (My Ballistix when working got me to 270), however....even with it at 250 my SuperPI 1M dropped 2 seconds as opposed to 270 with crucials. They also cut 3 minutes off of my 32M time as well. Down to 28 minutes. Awesome.
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