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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Anyone got Speedfan working yet on the P5K Dlx to control the fans? I tried up to Bios 0501 with
    latest Speedfan 4.33 Beta9. No luck at all. This is really starting to piss me off.
    200 Euro board but not being able to control a simple fan.
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Ive just downloaded the lastest Bios for this board, was just wondering: what format shud my pendrive be in so that it can update the Bios, I have forgotten but Im sure it was FAT right?

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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Harkin View Post
    Ive just downloaded the lastest Bios for this board, was just wondering: what format shud my pendrive be in so that it can update the Bios, I have forgotten but Im sure it was FAT right?
    Yes, FAT.
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
    Heatsink: Noctua NH-U12F, Noctua 120mm Fan, AS5 RAM: 2x1GB OCZ Platinum DDR2 @ 1067 MHz 5-5-5-15
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    SuperPI 1M: 13.187 sec (@3.92GHz) 3DMark06: 5.564, CPU 2.646 (@3.0GHz)

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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    No I am not FAT but FAT or FAT 32 will do or you can burn it to a disk and update that way.

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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    @gLk*zaP - Have you tried using q-Fan ??, i've not tried it on this mobo but they worked reasoanably well with my commando board.

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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Good god he's alive
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    Good god he's alive
    Yep exiled by BT & ISP But finally sorted

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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Did you manage to get all your pics and stuff off the other isp?
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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Supershanks View Post
    @gLk*zaP - Have you tried using q-Fan ??, i've not tried it on this mobo but they worked reasoanably well with my commando board.
    Yes i did, when i got the board new. I did work actually, but there isnt much control involved. I would rather have speedfan or a similar software running
    where i am able to define temps and speeds myself, then having the bios control it more or less automatically.
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    I would rather have speedfan or a similar software running
    where i am able to define temps and speeds myself
    True. I got MCubed T-Balancer bigNG a while back as a fan controller & that works automatically with motherboard monitor & other sensors. Success with speedfan etc., seems to be depend on the mobo.

    how you liking your 6850??

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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Supershanks View Post
    how you liking your 6850??
    A loooooooot of course Gave up a while ago on reaching 4ghz on my model tho, even with 1.65v vcore and NB/SB voltage increased,
    i cant get above 3.92 too boot. But the cpu is more than fast enough for the things i bought it for with stock speed. If i had to decide again,
    i would go for the 6750 instead i guess, to save a 100€ there, for almost the same speed.

    Was thinking why there isnt something like a PCI fan controller card, with 6 or 8 fan ports on it, and such a Winbond chip motherboards use too,
    and is supported by speedfan. That way nobody would need to care about the MoBo control, just using that extra PCI card. I would pay a lot for such an option.

    Edit: oh i just looked at your mCubed link after writing that. Now need to find a retailer here that has it
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Pity about the 4k but 3.9 ain't bad Have been pondering myself whether to opt for q6600 or 6850 but your advise on the 6750 may be right.

    The m-cubed is good & very flexible to fit, usese a drive, bay pci, or
    Mounted on case using Velcro fasteners

    The response curve is can be fully tailored:-
    Response Curve Editor

    Main down side is £ but i have found it worthwhile especially after messing about with fan controllers etc.,

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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Supershanks View Post
    Pity about the 4k but 3.9 ain't bad Have been pondering myself whether to opt for q6600 or 6850 but your advise on the 6750 may be right.

    The m-cubed is good & very flexible to fit, usese a drive, bay pci, or
    Mounted on case using Velcro fasteners

    The response curve is can be fully tailored:-
    Response Curve Editor

    Main down side is £ but i have found it worthwhile especially after messing about with fan controllers etc.,

    Found it here for 70€, will get it next month for sure Cant wait to control my fans finally, and get the pc even more
    silent than it is now. But gonna be another expensive order, along with a few Nexus 120mm fans.
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
    Heatsink: Noctua NH-U12F, Noctua 120mm Fan, AS5 RAM: 2x1GB OCZ Platinum DDR2 @ 1067 MHz 5-5-5-15
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    Case: Antec P182-SE Chrome Edition OS: XP x86
    SuperPI 1M: 13.187 sec (@3.92GHz) 3DMark06: 5.564, CPU 2.646 (@3.0GHz)

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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    I got mine when i fitted my watercooling, wanted to control radiator fans as well as case fans. I went with YateLoon D12SH-12 , no direct help with ocing , but wife likes it as she can hear the tv now

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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzen View Post
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    Re: P5K Deluxe Wifi AP Thread.

    Yep now u know whiy i run stress tests overnight

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