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Hi,

Have a 1 line bold type information warning flashes after raid post screen

says Warning - something ROM then disapears but can't pause it.

Anybody have this?

And by way if anybody want to personaly curse at me I blow your brain out.

Thanks

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Hi,

Have a 1 line bold type information warning flashes after raid post screen

says Warning - something ROM then disapears but can't pause it.

Anybody have this?

And by way if anybody want to personaly curse at me I blow your brain out.

Thanks

 

Specs in your sig please.

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Was going to get this board last week, but after reading this thread I went PCI-E with the LANParty UT nF4 Ultra-D.

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Having played a lot more with 0711 BIOS I have found out that the issue I have now is actually my CPU. I knew it was a crap clocker from the start, needs 1.6v for 2.5GHz even though it's watercooled. Well, now I realise the memory controller on it is crap too.

 

313MHzx8(2.5GHz) with the memory running at 209MHz(133MHz divider) is stable(Prime 95, 8 hours+)

250MHzx7(1.75GHz) with RAM at 250MHz is stable(Prime 95, 8 hours+)

250MHzx9(2.25GHz) with RAM at 250MHz is unstable(Prime 95 stops in 30 mins)

277MHzx9(2.5GHz) with RAM at 229MHz is also unstable(Prime 95 stops in 30 mins)

 

Looks like the board issues are fixed to me, it's just the CPU holding me back, or so it appears :(

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Hi,

Have a 1 line bold type information warning flashes after raid post screen

says Warning - something ROM then disapears but can't pause it.

Anybody have this?

And by way if anybody want to personaly curse at me I blow your brain out.

Thanks

 

ignore it...i get it too...and at-least one other person does (can't remember who :P)

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Was going to get this board last week, but after reading this thread I went PCI-E with the LANParty UT nF4 Ultra-D.

 

The DFI nF4 Ultra-D is a excellent board and a super overclocker. Mine sits idle, while I play with this nF3 "bad boy"....... :nod:

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Hmz well the board is just buggy :confused:

 

If i go in my bios now and i save anything but defaults and go save and exit.

its just doesnt boot...

Even if i load optimized defaults and do save and exit, it wont boot, no matter what bios....

 

My specs are:

Dfi Ut nf3 ultra-d (doh :P )

2x1gb Twinmos (dual channel)

Athlon64 San Diego 3700+

Prometeia mach2 cooled

Ati x800xt Plantinum edition (watercooled)

Enermax 460w

 

Anyone has solution for this (or is the 'coldboot' problem? )

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Hi,

Have a 1 line bold type information warning flashes after raid post screen

says Warning - something ROM then disapears but can't pause it.

Anybody have this?

And by way if anybody want to personaly curse at me I blow your brain out.

Thanks

Mine has the same warning on it to but doesnt seem to affect anything

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Hmz well the board is just buggy :confused:

 

If i go in my bios now and i save anything but defaults and go save and exit.

its just doesnt boot...

Even if i load optimized defaults and do save and exit, it wont boot, no matter what bios....

 

My specs are:

Dfi Ut nf3 ultra-d (doh :P )

2x1gb Twinmos (dual channel)

Athlon64 San Diego 3700+

Prometeia mach2 cooled

Ati x800xt Plantinum edition (watercooled)

Enermax 460w

 

Anyone has solution for this (or is the 'coldboot' problem? )

 

do you know which BIOS you have???

 

are you running either the 705 or 711 BIOS??? or the 602 BIOS???

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do you know which BIOS you have???

 

are you running either the 705 or 711 BIOS??? or the 602 BIOS???

 

Have tried all biosses, 602 705 711...

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El Snorro, what bios are you running? If 602 you have to do the reset boogie. 705 seems to fix the problem But some are having a boot problem when you first it you have to load optimised defaults . and set raid, and nothing else for a few boots, And if it boots real slow it may have set youre HTT to something like 439.. if so set it manualy to 200 and reboout a few times

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RebelsHaven::Thank You. This was exactly what I was needing.

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