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    New Commando Bios 0702

    Dated 2007/01/19
    Commando release BIOS 0702
    1. Fixx VTT voltage too high under PC probe when O.C. FSB beyond 381
    2. Finetune code for AC Power loss function
    3. Fix DDR ref voltage too low after S3 resume
    4. Support x4 DIMM modules
    Asus Commando 0702

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    Has it made any difference to the temps?
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    Has it made any difference to the temps?
    No but this did New Load Plate???

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    Excellent, So your other bracket was actually bent then?

    At least you sorted it now anyway
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    Don't think anything significant was bent , just don't know. Something's definately wrong with the ultra my guess is that the heatsink either was concave (supported by the thermal paste pattern i reported yesterday) or heatpipes were faulty. Anyway just glad it's soted. Mind u so is the wife as she can hear the telly now.

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    You should have said, you could have picked up this SI-128 off me for a bargain price
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    You should have said, you could have picked up this SI-128 off me for a bargain price
    Lol!! assumed you'd got rid of it after it disappeared from your sigggy. Would have swapped but then u wouldn't have much of a bargain i think

    Whilst i had mobo lifted swapping coolers i took the opportunity to test my voltages with a multimater. used
    these as a guide. Commando Voltage Measuring Points by Dani & Chri$ch@ XtremeSystems #1 & Commando Voltage Measuring Points by Dani & Chri$ch@ XtremeSystems #2

    Asus probe isn't that far out. Ran at idle & load, most significant stat is vdroop vcore idle 1.283 (1.3 Bios) 1.246 Load.

    I want to get mbm configured for thiis mobo, then i can use the voltagemod.ini to set volts to match mm readings. Did this on my last mobo found it very useful.

    So everything has now come together pretty well. even my team won yesterday

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    • EtheAv8r's system
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    Dated 2007/01/19


    Asus Commando 0702
    I can't get it at the moment - nothing there!! Don't know if it is good old ASUS web site or they pulled it but will try tomorrow!
    Try to make each and every day the best it can be.

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    I get so frustrated at the asus site. The best way i've found is to go in via your country ie uk.It's here if you can't wait. Flash via Aus EZ Flash2 utility. see 4.1.3 of manual 4 more info.Commando-ASUS-0702.rar

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