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mullet 04-11-07 01:37 AM

ASUS P5B Deluxe Bios 1101
 
Now avalible:D
Quote:

P5B Deluxe Release BIOS 1101
1 Add new uCode to support new CPU.
2 Fix system won''t complete POST with GV-MVP/RZ2(TV tuner) connected and power on before motherboard.

stevemedes 04-11-07 09:11 AM

Re: ASUS P5B Deluxe Bios 1101
 
i might try this to see if this fixes my 1x pcie width issue. that issue only started when i flashed to the 1004. really makes me wanna throw my mobo out the window.

mullet 04-11-07 10:11 AM

Re: ASUS P5B Deluxe Bios 1101
 
I think I read something about this a while ago. I believe they fixed it by setting the NB,SB,FSB and everything to a manual instead to auto.

EDIT: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...12648&page=115 (post#2854)
Quote:

FAQ :

PCI-E 1x Link Width issue :
Happens when OC-ed. After restart link width is automaticlly set to 1x instead of 16x, which causes significant performace downgrade. Reason unknown. Happens mostly with ATI GPU cards. Possibly a BIOS protection measure, preventing percieved possible damage to GPU or motherboard, or a BIOS problem with proper video card initaition.

Symptoms :
PCI-E Link Width switches from 16x to 1x after a restart.

Solution :
- Unplug PSU, wait a few seconds, replug PSU.
- Unplug PSU, reset CMOS, replug PSU, renter all BIOS settings, save, shutdown, power on.
- Combining slightly lowering or uping voltages of PCI-E, Vmch, VCore and FSB can usually fix it. Also try
disabling ASUS C.G.I and PEG Force 1x., and changing values to PEG Link Mode.


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