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Date Code 2006/03/29

 

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1. Add CPU temperature calibration option.

2 . Fix S1/S3 temp error after resume.

3 . Fix startup VID option fail.

4 . Fix C 'n' Q .5 multiplier not working with opteron CPU.

5 . Fix day of month alarm can not set as 0 for every day usage.

6 . Fix ATI X1000 series logo error

 

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i´ve got it installed on my expert and didn´t notice anything,theres a cpu temperature that you can increase or decrease but for me it doesn´t make any sense...hoq the hell do i now what to increase or decrese?

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You would probably need an external temp monitor and munt it under the cpu mount on the mobo then take the tepmps from there and adjust them as u see fit, SOme ppl say its 7 deg off some say its 10 so who really knows..

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well what i meant to say it´s that for a motherboard made for overclocking that it´s completely insane.It´s like having a Porche 911 and your tachimeter it´s reading wrong.. :mad: ,and you say well buy a external tachymeter...come on ...DFI should made a new bios or recall the motherboards that are reading wrong.

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well what i meant to say it´s that for a motherboard made for overclocking that it´s completely insane.It´s like having a Porche 911 and your tachimeter it´s reading wrong.. :mad: ,and you say well buy a external tachymeter...come on ...DFI should made a new bios or recall the motherboards that are reading wrong.

 

The problem is not all Expert boards read the temperature probe the same. Some appear to be correct while others are way off. I'm assuming that the temprature probes they installed may be faulty, or not reading at spec from whoever DFI purchased them from, in any case you CAN'T make a bios that will account for all the variations. Obviously it isn't really replaceable, recalling that many motherboards would be too difficult, plus most of us wouldn't want to be without a board for a month.

 

If you really want to make an assumption, just set it to read 10C higher, on average thats the difference people have been seeing.

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Obviously it isn't really replaceable, recalling that many motherboards would be too difficult,

Abit had a big problem with most if not all of their KT7 motherboards with bad capacitors on them and offered to fix them for free.

 

DFI should at least step up to the plate and offer a free fix for it.

 

With the kind of money that board cost and the componets that are supposedly top notch there is little reason to have this problem in the first place.

 

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