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ASUS V8200 T2 Deluxe Default Clock Frequencies?

Q: ASUS V8200 T2 Deluxe Default Clock Frequencies?

Can someone settle an arguement I'm having with my Nephew. He says that the default clock settings of my GeForce 3 card are too low. At the moment they are 175 Core Clock Frequency and 400 Memory Clock Frequency. We've looked at specifications for this card on the web and in the manual but both have not provided us with an answer. If someone could clear this up for us or provide me with a link that would tell me then I would really appreciate it.



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A: ASUS V8200 T2 Deluxe Default Clock Frequencies?

That's the correct clock rate for the card. Around page 4 of theis review you can see in the graphs the base clock and some overclocking benchmark results.


here is a page that shows the standard clockrate.


175/400 seems to be the standard clockrate on most GF3 TI200s. Do a Google search for "TI200 review" and you'll see. I think your nephew owes you lunch or something.

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Hi, my computer was starting to get slugish from all the adware and spyware and viruses.... etc. So today I Formated my harddrive, and my computer works like a dream(after hours of installing programs) anyway, I know a 2800+. isnt that fast so i was hoping to overclock, and speed up my computer. I attached some screenshots of cpuid on my computer to give evry spec possible. I also i have 2.5 gb of ram in this thing. thanks so much guys -Nick

A:Want to over clock on my pc, amd athlon 64 2800+ with asus k8vse deluxe more specs

Before you attempt to overclock your pc you must think about heat!! If you only have a stock cpu heat sink and fan then you wont get very far.

As you increase processor speed you increase heat output, and that needs to be dealt with.

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Hi. This may not be ther right place for this post but its a MB and graphics card question so I start here. Just putting a secondary PC together with what I have laying around:
MB: Asrock P4i65G
Went to fit the graphics card an Asus V8200 but looked at the MB manual first and it gives a warning 'Do NOT use a 3.3v AGP card on the AGP slot of this motherboard it may cause permanent damage'! I have looked in the V8200 manual, been thru pages and pages on the net to find out what the voltage for V8200 is I havent found any thing solid. Some places they talk about 3.3v some about 1.5v. Looking in the BIOS of a PC which uses V8200 under health and voltages, it indicates 1.47v for the AGP. that to me says it is 1.5V but I am not sure, The utility which comes with 8200 indicats a 1.5v and a 3.3v just to further confuse me! Besides, I havent kept up to date with all the new technologies out there so I am unaware of AGP voltages having been changed to a lower values.
Would really appreciate if some one could let me know if it is safe to try the V8200 in this MB. The MB is cheap but the graphics card still works wonders and I dont want to burn it!

Thanks - Gate

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My Brain Hurts!!

I don't get it........I really don't get it. I decided to try some different drivers today for my ASUS V8200 Ti200 GeForce 3. After going through the uninstall/install procedure (which I know how to do properly) I checked to make sure everything was fine, which it was, and then decided to test them out on Rally Championship Xtreme. To my horror (OK that's a bit dramatic!!) when it got to the race start screen, the background was all black and the car was all white and washed out. I tried others (22.80, 23.11 and 27.42) but all had the same effect. I eventually went back to using the ones that came with the card (21.81) and all was fine. Why does this happen and does it mean that I cannot use Detonators? I also didn't notice any real improvement in frame rates or quality and my benchmark came out lower. So, can some kind person explain to me what is going on? The Dets used to work fine for me when I had my GeForce 2 but now even GTU doesn't seem to work.

Thanks for your time.


Pentium III 933MHz
Windows Me
Abit BX133-Raid
ASUS V8200 Ti 200 GeForce 3 (21.81 Drivers)
12&30 GB Hard Drives
Sound Blaster Live Value
DirectX 8.1

A:Detonator Drivers & ASUS V8200 Ti200

I have experienced the same issue with my Leadtek Winfast GF3. I get freeze ups with all detonator drivers except for 22.80's. I dont know why but these are the only drivers that work for me correctly.

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After installing Win2k pro I had to change my 41.09 Win98, Nvidia drivers to Win2k drivers and found that there is no option to change my video cards clock and memory freqencies.

With the Win98 41.09 Drivers there was an option in advanced settings to change the frequencies. I am really annoyed because I found that the Nvidia detonator overclocking was more accurate than Riva Tuner.

A:Nvidia Drivers :Clock frequencies

You need to install the coolbits reg file to add the registry key to enable the clock frequency adjustment

you can get it here http://www.guru3d.com/files/ in the overclocking and tweak directory

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How many MHz should i set the Core and Memory Clock Frequencies on my GeForce 5200 FX to without any chance of damage?

Current Settings:

Core- 250 MHz
Memory- 332 MHz

A:Core and Memory Clock Frequencies Geforce 5200 FX

Leave them.

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My Windows 8.1 laptop, fitted with an Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 AGN wireless adapter, suddenly stopped automatically connecting to my router a few months ago. I attempted to connect wirelessly to multiple other routers, all to no avail. My laptop could only connect through an ethernet cable/tethered hotspot. I then moved houses and got the internet set up on a new provider and suddenly my laptop could connect wirelessly again! Sadly, after trying to connect to my university's wi-fi, I found out that the laptop wasn't fixed, it was simply able to connect to my new 5Ghz internet but still had trouble connecting to 2.4Ghz access points.

I've tried everything I can to fix this as my laptop is too vital to my studies for me to be without it even for a short period of time, therefore sending it off for diagnostic and repairs is out of the question for now. So far I have tried:

Installing the latest Windows 8.1 drivers for the card (currently on v.
Replacing the wireless card with a new one (same make and model)
A complete, fresh re-installation of Windows 8.1

Running out of ideas on what to try and so turning to the community for help. Even if you're not sure of a fix, determining the problem itself would also be a big help. Thanks much in advance!

A:Laptop can't connect to 2.4Ghz frequencies, only 5Ghz frequencies

Try the latest wireless driver from the laptop manufacturer's web site.

If that doesn't work then try the latest driver directly from Intel's site.

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Hi all, I cant remember which would be a better Motherboard for the change that I am doing. What is the major difference between the two? I am going to put an Athlon 64 3400 and Kingston HX3500 ram on it. Is one better than the other? My video card will be 6800GT if that makes any difference. Basically my question boils down to is there one I should use over the other?

Thanks very much in advance for your patience...

A:Which Mobo.ASUS K8V SE DELUXE OR Asus K8N-E Deluxe ?

The main difference is the chipset, the 8v uses the via chipset while the 8n uses the nvidia chipset. Id persoanlly go with the sk8v instead of the k8v deluxe, I looked and honestly cannot find a difference between the sk8v and the k8v deluxe, other than the name. But I have heard better things about the new via chipset verses the nvidia one, so go with either the k8v or the sk8v over the k8n.

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CPU: AMD64 Athlon X2 4400+
Motherboard: ASUS A8N32-SLI DELUXE
Memeory: SAMSUNG PC3200 2GB (1GB x 2) DDR400

Status: After installing Windows XP SP 2 and the ASUS motherboard installation CD, the system won't take the drivers for the GPU. System boots to the Windows XP loading screen and remains there. The little green bar just keeps moving like it's loading Windows but it loops forever. Again, this started happening right after installing the nVidia drivers from the graphics card installation disc. If I power down manually and then power back up again, I can go into "the last known good" but every time I try to load drivers again, the system starts doing this. The latest drivers from nVidia cause the same issue. I'm starting to think this is a driver conflict with the ASUS motherboard chipset or the motherboard RAID drivers. Has anyone else had a problem like this?

A:ASUS A8NSLI-32 Deluxe + ASUS En7600GS Silent Trouble

Followup: I was able to fix it and thought I'd post this info since it might help others who might have the same problem. After reading through dozens of pages here and in the ASUS forums, I discovered that one of my default BIOS setting mysteriously ended up in a non-default state. For some reason, the RAID option for Silicon Image was set to RAID. That's fine for those how actually want to setup RAID but I didn't plan to use RAID at the time. After making the change to the BIOS, I had to install Windows XP again to get everything registered correctly. Once Windows was up and running, I avoided the motherboard chipset install CD all together by using only the newest versions of all the motherboard drivers directly from the ASUS website. Problem solved!

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A:upgraded frpm asus P6T to asus P6T deluxe 2...

I dont know that you would have to, but it wouldnt be a bad idea imo....

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What sould I get? The ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 SLI ATX AMD Motherboard,
ASUS A8N-SLI Premium Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 SLI ATX AMD Motherboard,
I would like to know which one would give me better peformance, overclocking, gaming! Don't worry about the video I'll have that by Dec.(X1600)

A:ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe or ASUS A8N-SLI Premium

You will not notice any performance difference, by default, between the two using a 64 or FX processor... the chipset is the same and the supported memory is the same among them, along with integrated components.

The only notable difference is that the premium has a heatpipe to cool the chipset and chipset VRM on the board, and it allows you to alter voltage to the chipset. This lets it run without needing a fan (the chipset).

The latter would be better for overclocking, marginally.

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Ok, I've been through **** trying to get a new build to work mainly due to RAM problems, the story is far too long to explain here but basically I have been reading about RAM for this model of mobo and I don't want to make another mistake buying RAM for it. Can anybody recommend some that IS compatible and preferably for dual channel 2GB around 200$ I don't need anything over the top or extreme, just some decent RAM that is compatible and won't fail me.

Thank you for all responses.


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ok well i got this motherboard and im not too much of an expert when it comes to clocks and stuff because i dont know if this is the right clock. in everest it says that the Front Side Bus clock (which is an AMD Hammer) is 200 MHz. I thuoght that it wuld be higher, but i might be talking about somethign different. it even says that the effective clock is only 200 MHz too. I thought that it would be like 800-1000Mhz but like i said this might be the wrong thing im talking about. Any help?

A:Asus A8V Deluxe help...

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I have an Asus A8V Deluxe with an AMD Athlon 64 Processor 3000+ 1802 Mhz

I was wondering if I upgraded to AMD A64 4800+ AM2 X2 BOX 65W would make much of a difference. I have been adding a few things lately, ie new tv tuner, 2 more hard drives and 2 more Gigs of ram and it seems slower. I think this is the highest processor I can go with this board.

If it won't make much of a difference I would rather wait and get a whole new system in a few months. I can get the processor for $109.00 here in Canada


A:Asus A8V Deluxe

the problem i see is the motherboard you have is socket 939 which will not take an am2 cpu they make a 4800 x2 for 939 pin but i think there pretty expensive man on ebay they go for over $250. There are faster single core cpus you could find but i say hold the money you have and wait till you can upgrade alot more.

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Has anyone had any joy installing Windows 7 Ultimate x86 onto a ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe?

I have a RAID0 configured using the Silicon Raid chip. I've had this running under XP, XP64, Vista64 previously.

During the install I get to the prompt (the old F6 prompt) to load drivers, I have download some drivers from ASUS, Silicon and MS but none seem to work.

I don't think it is the RAID0 that is really an issue as I also have another disk connect to the Silicon chip, that is not configured for RAID but it fails to detect that drive as well.

I've followed a few threads on here and other websites, but I cannot seem to get around this.

I've tried:
Silicon Image - Support | Search Results
Microsoft Update Catalog Some of these, but there are loads.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.



Do you have an extra drive you could test by turning off the RAID to see if it will load without it. I seem to remember something about Nvidia drivers if you have an Nvidia chipset on that board.

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Hello i was wondering if i did the right thing. Right now my rig is a Xfx 750a mobo wit phenom x3 2.4 ghz processor and 4gb ram and gtx285. Well im upgrading to the Asus m3n-HT Deluxe and Phenom II x4 3.0 ghz. did i do the right thing? will my computer drastically increase?

A:Asus M3N-HT Deluxe

You tell us, after the system is upgraded

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Hey everyone !

I bought this mainboard a couple of week's ago and right from the get go the bios seem's to be on the slow side,

When I'm in the bio's the reaction time is quite slow, It's kind of annoying since I'm in there quite a bit.

The system is fine in windows and stable.

Has anyone ...come across this before ?

Would a bad cmos battery cause this?

thanks for any ideas. Derrick

A:Asus P4P-E Deluxe

G'day Derrick, I can't say I have ever seen that problem before, the battery should not cause it, but you never can tell, does it lose time on the clock? That is usually the first indication.
When the machine is in that particular mode everything should work normally moreso than when it is in other modes.
I would be inclined to run memtest86 and see what it shows, I cannot think of anything off-hand that might explain that problem, (I really am a little low on thinking ability here!)
It wouldn't be something like a battery in back-to-front or something like that by any chance, I saw that once, lucky the battery had been flat.
Cheers, qldit.

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Ive been browsing the forums but haven?t found the answer to my problem. Im new here. First ill start by listing my components. I just bought a barebone system from American pc and it came in yesterday and ive had nothing but problems with it.

-Asus K8V SE Deluxe
-Athlon 64 2800
-Rexpower 450watt powersupply
-new case

Stuff I am just adding to the barebone:
-PNY Verto GeForce FX 5700 LE Optima 128 DDR AGP
-generic floppy drive
-sony dvd drive
-samsung cd RW
-2-3 year old Western Digital 40 gig IDE hard drive
-a 512 stick of PNY 2700 DDR Ram (few months old)
-a 256 stick of generic brand DDR Ram may be 2100 or 2700 DDR Ram (2-3 years old)

Ok my problem is I cant get into windows. I just figured I can unplug my HD from my computer now and put it into the new one. Didn?t format or partition, still has everything on it that I have been using, ie, games, apps? After I start the computer, the bios checks itself, finds the HD, finds the ram, graphics card. All is found during bios check. Then the HD makes a sound, screen goes black for about 5 seconds, then HD starts to spin up again and I am given the choice between Microsoft Windows or Windows XP. The reason I have a choice is cuz I am not running NTFS, just FAT 32 and using a Win 98 boot disk was the only way I could do this. So it sees Windows and XP but windows O/S is not there, just XP. So I choose XP and then I get this blue screen that says:

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A:Asus K8V SE Deluxe help

You cant swap hard drives like that with XP or 2000. The drive has the chipset drivers from the old computer and thats most likely whats causing the problems. You need to put the drive back in the old computer and back up your inportant data on a cd, then put the drive in the new machine, boot from the XP cd and format and do a clean install.

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[BTW - Hi all TechSpotters, it's been (more than) a while!]

At long last I'll buy a new rig. My current plan is to base it on Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe, not just because of its SLI capability, but also because it seems to be the best AMD mobo when it comes to future upgrades? Any thoughts on this?

Here are some other components I'm thinking of (as of now anyway):
AMD Athlon 64 3200+
Asus GeForce 6600 GT 128MB PCI-E

Also, it's very important that the rig is as silent as possible - so I'd be very grateful for tips on quiet heatsinks/fans.

In fact, I'd be very grateful for any tips on my new rig.

[I know this post covers too many topics at once, but then so does my coming rig...]


A:Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe?

If you want to have a slient PC, you should purchase Sonata Case from www.Antec.com
Zalman equipped heatsink for AMD Athlon 64 3200+

I have no tip for that vc sorry

Want to find more slient products, go to www.zalmanusa.com

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Ive read that people are having MAJOR problems with this motherboard, but then Ive also read how good this board is, and since the nForce3-250 chipset isnt out yet (and I need to build this computer NOW, unfortuneately) does anyone have any good or bad opinions or experience with it?
Please advise.

A:Yes or No? Asus K8V SE Deluxe

You might want to compare with these other 64 mobos anandtech

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OK, I got an H50 today. What should I run my CPU at folks?

PS: Nothing on my 3x2g Corsair 6gigs of 1066mhz DDR3s... Is that important?


A:ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 & 920...with H50

Quote: Originally Posted by azathoth

OK, I got an H50 today. What should I run my CPU at folks?

PS: Nothing on my 3x2g Corsair 6gigs of 1066mhz DDR3s... Is that important?


Well as high as it can safely go, honestly. With that cooler, you could hit the 4ghz barrier easily. You'll need to tweak voltages though, I think, at that clock speed.

Take a look at this thread on Overclock.net: i7 920 overclocking thread - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

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I installed win xp on my amd 64 3200 with the asus k8v se deluxe mb.. in the bios i picked raid for the hd.. i dont have raid i have sata only.. should i switch it to ide??

when the computer boots it says , searching for ide drives.. it says none found and bios not installed.. i think its looking for a raid hdd? it then loads win xp fine with no problem.

When i go into device hardware properties in xp , the device driver for sata raid has a yellow mark next to it indicating its not working..

how do i fix this problem and also when it boots it looks for ide devices or a raid hdd i think?? boot xp loads fine.

also it says cpu fan error.. i think its due to the fact the cpu cable is connected to the atx blade case?? if so how do i stop this error from happening? when i got into the bios it does not show how fast the fans are spinning it says n/a, i think this is do to the fans are monitored by the case itself?? i know the fans are spinning.. any help would be appreciated,,, my main concern is when the computer boots it looks for ide devices then says none found bios not installed but then boots xp fine, also the error in the hardware properties next to the sata raid driver..


A:asus k8v se deluxe help

SATA & IDE are two different connection standards for hard drives. If you have a SATA drive, you do not need to concern yourself with IDE settings except for the CD-Rom/DVD-Rom drives which are still on a majority in the IDE format & vice-versa, if you have an IDE hard drive you do not need to concern yourself with SATA settings.

Do you have a RAID capable system with two or more HDDs ? If not, you cannot install a RAID setup.

& yes the CPU FAN being connected to a Molex connector from your PSU means your motherboard cannot monitor the RPMs of your fan & thinks there is no fan installed. If you are sure that the fan is running, it is nothing to worry about. On the other hand, if your fan happens to fail later down the road, the system will not detect it & will not take the proper precautions (such as a system shutdown). It is a risk you are taking.

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I bought this built computer from someone for a couple hundred bucks a while back. I am looking to upgrade RAM and through all of my research from Google to the Asus website, I found that my MB ( Asus P5B Deluxe ) supports DDR2 800 PC6400 as the maximum, and up to 8GB of it. What I noticed when I took the RAM out to examine, is that the RAM the guy had installed on this desktop was DDR2 1000 PC8000. I have never encountered any problems, errors, etc.

Would there be something wrong going on that I cannot see being that there is a RAM package that the manufacturer claims is too high for my MB? If so, how could I figure this out? Another thing is I could not find a User Manual for this MB anywhere other than to buy one from amazon.com ... not even on the Asus website. Really hoping there is an expert that can help me because I look like this right now -->

A:Asus P5B Deluxe MB & RAM

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Does anyone know where I can download the drivers for this Motherboard? What I'm specifically looking for are the drivers for the WiFi-g card that came with the motherboard. I lost my CD and I can't find the drivers on their website.

A:Asus A8V Deluxe

Have you tried ASUS?

A8V Deluxe drivers: http://www.asus.com/support/download/item.aspx?ModelName=A8V Deluxe&Type=Latest

Wireless Gear:
http://www.asus.com/support/download/download.aspx - select Wireless from the Menu on the left and then the card type. Then select the card model.
Wireless AP:

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I posted the blurb below in an old thread that's been inactive for a year so I'm posting new with request for advice here, hope nobody minds.

I'm about out of my mind... no, correct that, I've gone round the bend with these problems, all the lost time, still-shaky behavior from my system.

Sure appreciate any help.


I too have had intermittent, brain-numbing, gut-twisting problems with this board. I've flashed the board bios a couple times but maybe it's time to do it again.

I run a dual boot (XP sp2 and Vista 64 bit) systems. I had many, many problems with freezups. I ended up having two, not one but two hard drives that failed, but the failures were intermittent and led me through, no lie, 2 months of troubleshooting with everybody in the world it seems, before I finally got it down to the drives (let us not forget those wonderful 5 hour calls to Microsoft where they go through the script before telling you they in essence have no idea what your problem is.)

After I replaced the two bad drives, it's worked pretty well, but lately it's given to freezing up again, randomly.

When I do a hard restart or power off, because I can't get any response, it reboots...sometimes. other times it won't, and I have to boot 4 or 5 times. Then, it'll work great...or boot up with my two primary working drives missing, but all the others there.

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Thought I'd share a little bit of info I picked up while settings up Seven on my new rig.

Found that the driver CD that comes with the motherboard doesn't work off the bat. Autoplay doesn't like Seven for whatever reason, so what I ended up doing was browsing the CD and running the setup executable in compatability mode for Vista, worked like a charm. Called ASUS to find out if they had any beta Seven drivers and turns out they more than likely will not be releasing anything until after Seven goes RTM. The only issue I still have is a list of System Interupt Controllers as unknown devices in device manager. Aside from that, everything works great so far!

A:ASUS P6T Deluxe

Hi Dartimous and welcome to Seven Forums!

You might take a look at these threads.

Sm Bus Controller missing driver.
SM bus controller

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I have just bought this board along with an AMD Athlon 64 3200+

I have 1 gig of corsair 3200 ram.

My problem is this. When I try to use dual channel mode the system just hangs. Doesnt even get to the POST.

Both ram sticks work as I have tested them on their own.

Any help would be great.

A:Asus A8V Deluxe

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Can someone tell me how to OC my CPU using this mobo? Is there a tutorial around specifically for this mobo?


A:How to OC Asus A8N SLI Deluxe?

Everything you need to know should be in your Motherboard Manual. If you lost it, you can download a PDF version from the manufacturers website.

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Hi all,

I'm in a spot of bother with my new setup,
Here's the specs

A8N-SLI Deluxe mobo
AMD 64 3500+ (Winchester core)
2 x XFX GeForce 6600GT 128MB GDDR3 PCI-Express, Extreme Gamers Ed.
1 x 80GB Hitachi deskstar IDE HDD
1 x 80GB Maxtor IDE HDD
Jeantech 500W PSU (Have to use a 20 - 24 pin mobo connector)

The prob is that the sys won't power up at all, nothin.
Tried the RAM in diff configs, A1-A2, B1-B2, even tried just single strips in all slots. The RAM is OK as it was used in my previous setup, also the drives and PSU were used in my previous setup with no issues.

Also in the mobo manual it says
"Due to CPU limitation, DIMM modules with 128 Mb memory chips or double-sided memory chips are not supported in this motherboard", which mine are double-sided.

Which is strange as Crucials website states that this is THE most popular choice of RAM for this mobo.

Also tried the GFX cards in diff configs, single mode with each card, EZ selector card in Single SLI mode, Dual mode aswell with GFX cards in either slot, EZ selector card in Dual SLI mode. I also get the SLI_WARN_LED light up when using dual cards but with the EZ selector card still in single SLI mode.

Also get the SB_PWR LED light up to indicate power to the mobo.

Can't test CPU as no-one I know has switched to the AMD 64 yet

Checked all connections and they are sound and connected properly.
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A:Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe no POST

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Hello. So I recently got this motherboard named Asus P6T Deluxe V2, it looks like this:

With it I bought:
- PSU: Corsair CX600M
- Two 4 GB RAM = 8 in total
- AMD Radeon r7 250 graphics card
- Intel Core i7
- 2 Harddisks (1 Seagate, 1 Toshiba with 1000 GB on both)
- Case: CM Force 500

I've already put everything into the Computer, and when I turn on the PSU, the motherboard's reset and power button both light up. The power button is red and the reset is green. Now when I try to connect the Power SW cable to the Front Panel connector on the motherboard, and try to press the power button on the front of the Computer, nothing happens at all.

I know you might say that I have placed the Power SW cable wrong, and that I have to put it on differently, but I'm pretty sure I've tried all combinations. What could cause the pc not to start? The RAM? The Graphics Card? Anything? Please let me know fast! - Dennis

A:Problem with my Asus P6T Deluxe V2

I think you got the wrong CPU for that mobo. The mobo socket is 1366 ... see here .... if your i7 is not the "Extreme Edition i7" it will never work. Here's the CPU support list for that mobo.....

As I see it, you have to options; replace the cpu with the correct cpu socket type (1366) which can be costly. Or get a new mobo with socket 1150/1151 for what I believe your current i7 is which would be a lot cheaper.

With out knowing the full details of your hardware this is all just a hunch....ie CPU i7.

BTW....with Asus mobo's, you get the Q-connector which makes it hassle free for front panel connections. I wish the rest of the mobo manufacturers would follow suite.

The Asus Q-Connector allows single-step connection and disconnection of chassis front panel cables with one complete module. This unique adapter ensures quick and accurate connections without the trouble of plugging cables in separately.

ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 LGA 1366 Intel X58 ATX Intel Motherboard - Newegg.com

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Ok, I have an IbuyPower ATX tower (Raidmax) with an Asus K8V Deluxe MB AMD 64 3200 processor, 3 G ram. I just upgraded it (along with two other or my PC's) to Win7 Home Premium. This machine makes a crash sound periodically (once an hour?) and the display goes black and says "no signal". In less than 15 seconds it returns to normal and is ready to go. So it's not a real Crash but something else. I suspect the GeForce FX5900 )128Ram) Video card. I have checked and updated all the drivers for the chipset, MB and the GeForce card. When this happens I see the CD/DVD drive lights (have two) flash like on start up but it's not a reboot that's happening that fast.

Anyone got a clue?


A:Asus K8V Deluxe Win 7 issue

Ok, something new.

It just completely shut down for the first time. I think it's haunted!


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Hello! I have exactly the same problem as in this thread with the same setup: http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/457389-usb-over-current-status-detected.html

I want to roll back my bios version to 1015 but the EZ flash utility will not read from the floppy disk i only get "floppy disk not found error" altough I have renamed the file to A8V.ROM as it says in the manual. Does anyone have any sugesstions? I really need my computer:/

A:Need help with Asus A8V Deluxe motherboard

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Okay, so here's the setup:

Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe
Athlon XP 2800+ w/ Vantec AeroFlow
2x 512MB DDR RAM (kingston)
160GB Samsung SATA HD
Ever 400W PSU
GeForce 4 Ti4200 (asus)

I can't get the computer to turn on. I followed all instrucitons on connecting all those wires (those wires being the ones for the switches and LEDs) to the proper plugs on the motherboard. I double checked with the motherboard manual and the writing right below it. I reversed everything several times to make sure the positives and negatives and grounds were all properly set up.

When the PSU goes on, the motherboard's green light goes on, indicating that the mobo has power. However, when pushing the switch to turn it on, it doesn't turn on!!!

All jumpers are properly set, the jumper to reset the CMOS is not in that position (i.e. its in normal operating position), and all other jumpers were set to default.

I did more in depth search, removed the switches, leds, etc, from the front, and analyzed it. Then, I cut the wires and made a manual connection (thinking something was wrong with the switch) and still no go!

I even measured the two pins that stick out where the power switch was supposed to go and it read 12.0v!

Why won't my computer turn on!?

Many, many, no... several thanks to anyone who can help asap.

A:Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe!

Just a guess but maybe your mobo is defective?

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Although not advertised, I heard that I could put a Phenom AM2+ Processor in my AM2 Motherboard without a problem as long as I flash the mobo bios to the latest. I was wondering if there were any downsides to doing this and not just getting a new motherboard and what steps I should take to upgrade and in what order. Thanks.

A:ASUS M2N-SLI Deluxe and Phenom


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Good morning guys,
I have a new problem! lol. I've been all over the internet trying to figure this out, but no one seems to have an answer, and it seems to be a popular problem. I've recently purchased an Asus A8n Sli Deluxe motherboard that will not post. I've tried without RAM, inside and oustide the case, PCI video card, and all I get when I turn it on is the fans. Does anyone know what is going on, or where the answer may be lying?? ...it makes a nice paper-weight....but, I'd really rather use it as a computer....!! *pulls hair out of head...*


Thermaltake Soprano Case
AMD Athlon64 3200+ 939 pin, 2.0Ghz
Asus A8N Sli Deluxe
1GB Geil PC 3200 dual channel
Leadtek 6800 256MB PCI-E
Sound Blaster Audigy 2 Value
200GB Seagate SATA HD
I/O Magic DVD/RW
Enermax 530W PS
XP Pro, Gentoo Linux, and XP MCE (well, when I get that far at least...)

A:Asus A8N Sli Deluxe won't boot

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i have 2GB dual channel of this RAM: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-detailsInactive.asp?Sku=K24-5824

and an Asus A8V Deluxe mobo.

i've had the BSOD quite a bit and my minidumps seem to suggest RAM problems.

using one stick alone, either one, i seem to have no problems. a friend suggested that maybe slowing down the RAM might help it run without the BSOD.

but i'm a newbie...i see a ton of settings in the BIOS for RAM and am not sure what to do!!

like CAS, TRC, TRFC, TRCD, TWR, TRWT, TRAS, TRP, TWCL and more...
they are all currently set to AUTO

what is the best way for me to tweak these settings?

help is appreciated!!

A:How do I slow down my RAM on Asus A8V Deluxe?

If the RAM is set to auto then the timings are already very conservative and it would be unlikely that setting them any lower would do any good. Auto means the board goes right to the RAM and accesses an onboard chip (the SPD) that tells the board what speed to run RAM at. These settings are very conservative so as to run stably on all boards.

It may be that you have a hogh temperature problem with the CPU or the PSU isn't up to the task. What are your specs, specifically the PSU name and wattage as well as amps on the 12v rail, CPU type, motherboard name and model, video card(s), and all peripherals. Also, can you get a temp reading off the CPU during heavy load.

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Hey all, I have the Asus V7700 Deluxe V.C., and I just learned how to switch the screen from monitor to the T.V which is really cool. However, the resolution isn't the best, and I don't think theres anything i can do as far as the video card is concerned. I hear theres a T.V that puts out the kind of resolution that a monitor has, so I can get great graphics on the telly. Anyone knows what they are called? Also, how would I get to watch the T.V on the monitor? Anyone have experiance with this?



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So a few days ago my computer had an overheating problem and I decided to buy a new Zalman heatsink for it. The problem was that I had to forcefully remove the pre-installed backplate that came with the Asus. This created a few small scratches on the motherboard which may or may not have caused significant harm.

Now, whenever I turn on the computer, i get a checksum bad error and whenever I attempt to exit from bios and save changes, the computer goes into standby mode and will not budge. BTW I'm using a cordless keyboard / mouse, not sure if that's the case. And recently, I haven't been able to go into the BIOS anymore because it freezes after several keystrokes.

I've done everything from removing the cmos battery to clearing CMOS ram but nothing seems to be working. If I hit F2 and run on defaults, i can get on but over time, the computer fails to turn on after a shutdown. It just goes into standby.

I would really appreciate it if someone could help me. I guess I learned my lesson on "If it don't broke, don't fix it". But seriouslly, i need a lot of help because the only way I can get it to boot now is by manually disassembling and reassembling the computer and clearing the CMOS with the jumper. It is very inconvenient.

Your help is greatly appreciated. Any feedback/ comments are welcome

A:Checksum Bad - Asus K8V SE DELUXE

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I am trying to install sound drivers for built in sound and computer won't see driver on CD. I went to web site of ASUS and downloaded the driver but when I go to install it says can't find. I have put it in a temp file and unzipped it and then when I go to install hardware update in Device manager I click on "No not this time" Then I go to install from list or location and it comes up with "search for best driver in these locations and I check both with the browse window with driver that I want listed and then click next it looks for and then comes back with "The hardware was not installed because the wizzard cannot find the necessary software." Is there a way to do this manually?

A:ASUS A8V Deluxe Multimedia

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I am having a computer built with the Asus A8N SLI Motherboard and have done a lot of research. I know that I need to replace the chipset fan with the Zalman cnps7000B-cu cpu cooler but getting confused about the best hard drive (in the 250 to 300 G category) and memory to have installed. Also, any suggestions on the AMD processor? The computer tech who is building it recommends the AMD Athlon 64 3500+ but I know that the dual core processors are now being offered. Because I will probably keep this new computer for at least 10 years (the one that I use now is 10 years old - still chuggs along) I try to get a computer with 'top of the line' hardware. Also, he recommends Windows XP Home but a lot of people state that the only way to go is Xp Pro??? I've been researching all of this for 3 weeks and I'm starting to feel that I need a brain transplant. I would sincerely appreciate any suggestions or comments.

A:Asus A8N SLI Deluxe Motherboard

All right so you are going with the 939! If you really want THE best processor, go either AMD 64 fx57 or 4800 x2. They will both cost you about a $1000.
If you want to stay around the $350 mark, the 90nm 64 3700 is a good choice.
As far as Hard drives go, reccomend a 7200 rpm 8mb cache SATA, if you go Seagate you can even get native command queing! Two of these in a raid 0,1 and you have a OS that runs like you put it on a 20,000 rpm hard drive.(not quite but it is damn fast and safe.)
I would say go for Pro if you won't upgrade to Longhorn, home if you will upgrade. If you want to be safe and don't mind everything not running perfectly everytime. Go SUSE or Redhat Linux.
RAM, don't go generic. PNY, Kingston are good, I can't remember if this board supportd dual channel or not, but if it does make sure you buy in pairs to get the best performance.
Scatter brained approach to helping, sorry but I hope I helped

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I finally recieved my new asus a8n-sli premium board (along with a bfg tech 7800gt and some other goodies) and got it all set up. To my dismay, the system would not boot. This is the second board i have tried to set up with my new system that would power up but would not post or show any video. I thought it was strange to receive 2 dead boards, so i decided to call AMD and see about the processor (also new, purchased with first board). Turns out my 3700+ San Diego is revision E4 (the other possibility is E6), and the a8n-sli premium did not support revision E4 - explaining what I thought was a dead board. so i returned the board to get the a8n-sli deluxe, which should be here tomorrow. the deluxe version does support the E4 revision, since BIOS 1007 or later.
so my question is - if i were to get this new deluxe board and it has an older bios (1001 or 1002), would it be able to boot so that i could flash it or would i have to send the board to asus to be flashed? i plan on contacting asus support if it the board doesnt boot, but i was wondering if anyone here knows what will happen or if they have had actual experience with this situation. i am very anxious to find out and didn't want to wait for asus support. so thank you in advance if anybody knows what's up :giddy:

thats the cpu support page that AMD pointed me to. the 1007 (required for my processor) is a few versions old, so i hope that t... Read more

A:asus a8n-sli deluxe CPU support

I would bet that your board ships with at least 1011 (1008 minimum) as 1011 is the first BIOS to support X2. I know this isn't the answer you want to hear but I think you're just going to have to play wait and see. Please let us know what happens will you? TIA

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Hi guys,

I'd really appreciate some help with this.
I've been trying to install Vista for a few days on my system comprised of a A8R32 Deluxe board and a NEC 3500AG DVD Drive. The reason I mentioned the DVD drive is because I'm getting a "Required cd/dvd drive device driver is missing." error message after the language selection screen.
When I click 'Browse' the dvd drive is indeed not listed but all the HDDs (all SATA btw) are listed. I mean the dirve the Vista installation just booted from it's now not found!?
So I recon it's the IDE controler drivers that it needs.

My board has the Ali M5229 chipset and the ALI dudes don't even have a support button on their site.
The ULI also only has a very old ALLIDE.inf driver in the packge.

Any ideas?

Much apreciated,


A:Asus A8R32 Deluxe


thx all for the support

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hello and happy new years guys and girls... my name is battleon and im new to this forum. im here cause im overcloking my asus (a7n8x-e deluxe ) with a 3200+ barton and two 512 ocz pc 3700 memory sticks with totals 1 gb . i would like to know how to set the proper setting in the bios or if anyone has mess with the latency setting and so on please help me or give me some idea in how and if helpful to me. is there a page or site were it shows the settings of the bios already overclock. thanks for now and if you guys need more info on what i have in my box please response back to me and i might also help with info on this mobo... thanks again truly yours battleone.

A:Overclocking asus e deluxe

Wow, I have the same exact board running a 3000+ and I can barly keep it stable. Id be very impressed if you actually do sucessfully OC it.

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I have a Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe. My chipset fan was about to die, so I called them for a replacement.

I have the replacement, and want to exchange it out, but heck, I don't know how to get the old one off.

How do you remove the old chipset fan, and how to you put the new one on?


A:Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe Chipset Fan

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If I were to upgrade from the ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 what would you guys suggest? PC specs are in my profile. I can post them upon request.

A:Upgrading from Asus P6T Deluxe V2

Ive never seen anything like this until a few days ago, any opinions?


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Hi, I am currently building my first system using:

AMD Athlon 64 3800+
Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe
Antec Neo Power
2 x 512 MB Corsair Value Ram
1 x Chaintech GeForce 6600 GT
Creative Audigy 2 ZS
Samsung Spintpoint 120GB 7200RPM SATA

Everything was working nicely, I even had windows loaded, but when I shut it down and turned it back on, nothing appeared on the monitor and the bios beeped one long and two short. I looked in the manual for the bios beep codes, but they were not listed, oh and if it matters the cpu was idlin at 39 C

A:Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe Problem

Beep code suggests a video card failure.

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