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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    If running with 4 x (mine are 1GB crucial ballistix 8500) memory modules, make sure you increase MCH voltage. I am still monitoring the situation, but I seem to have eliminated all my computers instability problems with my Q6600 over clocked to 3GHZ.

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    Hi Steve

    If your still checking out this thread, is there any chance of posting your settings ie timings/voltages in regards to the 4 sticks of crucial ballix 8500.
    I have a pain in my ass trying to get the 4 stix of the exact same memory on the ip35pro stable. Various timing & voltage settings have been tried with ever decreasing results.
    Each stick runs fine on its own or in pairs in various slot configurations & they all pass memtest individually, so I believe my settings are insufficient to keep the the 4 stix working stable.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks & best regards
    Mark V

    PS: I am considering 2 x 2gb G.Skill pi 8800 1.8v instead, anybody used these on ip35pro ?

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    Updated the driver section on the first page.

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    Quote Originally Posted by Nelly. View Post
    Updated the driver section on the first page.
    Hi Nelly! long time, how you been?
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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    Quote Originally Posted by TheWolf View Post
    Hi Nelly! long time, how you been?
    Posted over in the http://www.theraptorpit.com/forum/ see you there.

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    Quote Originally Posted by Nelly. View Post
    Updated the driver section on the first page.
    My board thanks you for the updates!

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    hi
    I just installed Q8400 in my IP35 pro and my cpu temp gone to 103c in bios, disabled the cpu temp monitoring in bios, and now i can use it but is there any solution for this issue? Using bios 17 ver.
    I get 40-50c on idle with core temp is this temperature ok?
    thanks in advance

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    updated bios to 18 ver. and temp. is OK now thank you very much. OCed it to 3ghz and working ok, will try later higher

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    Hello, this is my first post here and I'd like some advice for a new processor I've bought and want to install on my ip35pro.
    Right now I've got a E6600 oc'd to 3.2 and I'm running bios version 17 and everything is great.
    I just bought a E8500 and plan to run it with my OCZ Reaper 4G PC2-8500 DDR2 and oc it to 3.8 or more. I've got an Artic Freeze cooler attached to my processor now which I will switch over to the new processor if necessary.
    What else do I need i.e. newest bios, EO stepping files, etc?
    Thanks ahead of time for any help.

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    so I just got back from vacation with 16GB of pictures and every time I look for a picture, my thumbnails loads very slowly (approx 1 min).

    mucked around my BIOS, loaded Ace-a-Rue suggestion

    Good: Thumbnails now loads uber-fast
    Bad: It also cleared all my recent programs....FF3 bookmarks...forgot create a restore point
    Good: Got tons more space on my HD....

    well after loading some my backups from my USB flash drive, I forgot to remove it during restart.

    Now LED post is at 50, which says I have to clear CMOS.
    So I did with the external RESET button, the inside RESET button, shorted the 3-pin, removed the battery for 5 secs....and I'm still stuck at 50 error...the only thing USB connected is my kb/mouse

    any other suggestions?

    UPDATE!!!
    I removed my USB Front Panel connection.....anything that goes into USB I removed! I'm using the PS/2 keyboard and mouse ATM.

    Now, about the missing files which resulted in increased HD space...for some reason, the BIOS update, switch my HD boot order

    XP PRO SP2/ ABIT IP35 Pro v1.1 BIOS v.16beta09/ Intel C2D E8400 Batch Q748A223 /Xigmatek HDT-RS1283/ 4GB Corsair CM2X2048-6400C5DHX 5-5-5-18 1.80V ver4.1/ Silverstone Zeus ST65ZF/ CM Stacker 830SE/ ZALMAN ZM-F3RL 120mm Red LED/120mm Yate Loon D12SL-12 Red LED/ Creative Labs Fatal1ty ProGamer/ eVGA 8800 768 GTX
    Last edited by Ledanek; 29-11-2009 at 11:49 PM. Reason: udpate

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    Quote Originally Posted by Ledanek View Post
    Now, about the missing files which resulted in increased HD space...for some reason, the BIOS update, switch my HD boot order
    flashing a BIOS will always reset settings incl. boot order.
    It shouldn't however, actually affect any files on your drives.

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    after muddling around some more, I discovered a switch.

    I didn't actually gain any HD space.

    what happened was that, I have one actually drive, formatted with C with WinXPPRO and that's it.
    the D has all the Program, Apps, download back ups...

    So when it got switched, I thought my D drive lost my programs and gained HD space.

    Is there a way to switch them back without affecting the Registry so much.

    Another Option is load my Win7 into C drive....naw! one problem at a time

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    TRAUMA FIXED!!!
    It was definitely a case of senility

    I was two physical HD....not one HD partitioned into two.

    It was Western Digital and a Samsung Spinpoint....I initially thought the Samsung was a DVD-ROM until I saw my Asus DVD-ROM

    So it was a case of Boot Priority.


    Now I'm happily back to my slow thumbnail preview

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    Sorry, deleted.
    Last edited by inthedistance; 16-12-2009 at 10:31 PM.

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    Re: **Official ABIT IP-35 Pro Review/Overclock/Guide Thread**

    Quote Originally Posted by inthedistance View Post
    But I'm thinking about turning my rig into a hackintosh with OS X 10.6.1. Has anybody tried this and have any experiences to share?
    you can't discuss this on Hexus as it's against the software licence & Hexus can't allow that type of discussion.

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