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    Even with a 4870?

    Im just going to use the 16x slot and change my design
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    don't know!...the only way to know is to run it in the 4x slot with benches and then run it in the 16x slot to see where it all shakes out.
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    I'm back needing a board for an E8400.

    Do I go with another IP35 Pro? Tried and true...love both of mine.

    These boards have any trouble with the E-series CPUs?
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    good luck finding another Pro board...you will have to upgrade to the XE version.
    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 UNOFFICIAL THREAD

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    IP35 Pro: 9650@4000Mhz, par overclocker; Freezone Elite; 4Gb GSkill DDR-800@DDR-1068 (2 x 2gb); XFX 8800 GTS; Areca 8X PCIe in Raid 0 working at 4x speed; 4-250 Gb (single platter) 7200.10 drives; Giga 3DAurora case with side window.

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    they are unloading them...stupid idea from abit...should have stayed with the Pro model all the way!...it seems abit is having more difficulty in getting it right...there might be some truth about abit getting out of the mobo manufacturing.
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    IP35 Pro: 9650@4000Mhz, par overclocker; Freezone Elite; 4Gb GSkill DDR-800@DDR-1068 (2 x 2gb); XFX 8800 GTS; Areca 8X PCIe in Raid 0 working at 4x speed; 4-250 Gb (single platter) 7200.10 drives; Giga 3DAurora case with side window.

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    Well, it is a Pro...but it's a Pro XE

    From the way you talk about it, you don't seem that impressed.
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    all they did was to add the 1600mhz system bus..at least that is my understanding...might have tweaked the board some...but they should have stayed with the top P35 board until it dried up...the IP35 Pro is a WINNER!..why fool with something else...keep making them until you come out with the IP45 or IX48...there is some talk that abit might release the IX38 DDR3 version...to me, it is STUPID unless it is dirt cheap!
    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 UNOFFICIAL THREAD

    BIOSTAR TPOWER BOLT MOD FOR HEATPIPE AND HEATSINK

    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    ABIT IP35 PRO HEATPIPE MOD

    ABIT IP35 PRO BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    IP35 Pro: 9650@4000Mhz, par overclocker; Freezone Elite; 4Gb GSkill DDR-800@DDR-1068 (2 x 2gb); XFX 8800 GTS; Areca 8X PCIe in Raid 0 working at 4x speed; 4-250 Gb (single platter) 7200.10 drives; Giga 3DAurora case with side window.

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    Hi guys


    plz let me out of this RTL ALC 888 Interface Issue
    Mobo is Abit ip 35 pro with BIOS ID: 13

    Thanks nd Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by harmandeep View Post
    Hi guys


    plz let me out of this RTL ALC 888 Interface Issue
    Mobo is Abit ip 35 pro with BIOS ID: 13

    Thanks nd Regards
    go through the control panel and open up the "Speaker" icon...you should see the available devices and highlight the "Speakers" selection and then click on the "Properties" dialogue box in the lower right corner...from there, you have several tabs...it is in there.
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    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 UNOFFICIAL THREAD

    BIOSTAR TPOWER BOLT MOD FOR HEATPIPE AND HEATSINK

    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    ABIT IP35 PRO HEATPIPE MOD

    ABIT IP35 PRO BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    IP35 Pro: 9650@4000Mhz, par overclocker; Freezone Elite; 4Gb GSkill DDR-800@DDR-1068 (2 x 2gb); XFX 8800 GTS; Areca 8X PCIe in Raid 0 working at 4x speed; 4-250 Gb (single platter) 7200.10 drives; Giga 3DAurora case with side window.

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    this has to be a mile marker for this thread to reach over one half million views...AMAZING!
    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 UNOFFICIAL THREAD

    BIOSTAR TPOWER BOLT MOD FOR HEATPIPE AND HEATSINK

    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    ABIT IP35 PRO HEATPIPE MOD

    ABIT IP35 PRO BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    IP35 Pro: 9650@4000Mhz, par overclocker; Freezone Elite; 4Gb GSkill DDR-800@DDR-1068 (2 x 2gb); XFX 8800 GTS; Areca 8X PCIe in Raid 0 working at 4x speed; 4-250 Gb (single platter) 7200.10 drives; Giga 3DAurora case with side window.

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    I am here for a 24/7 machine ... I have only given the memory 2.05 through bios and just a clock up for the cpu. All the other voltages are default

    Everything seems stable but once in a while Assasin's Creed crashes to the desktop .... i dont know if its the game or my overclock. Should I raise the volts on anything since the system feels and is in fact very stable if you take out the issue i just mentioned

    Here is a screen
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    hi daytime dreamer...how's athens this time of the year...HOT!?

    why don't you show your uguru settings so we can see what to tweak?
    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 UNOFFICIAL THREAD

    BIOSTAR TPOWER BOLT MOD FOR HEATPIPE AND HEATSINK

    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    ABIT IP35 PRO HEATPIPE MOD

    ABIT IP35 PRO BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    IP35 Pro: 9650@4000Mhz, par overclocker; Freezone Elite; 4Gb GSkill DDR-800@DDR-1068 (2 x 2gb); XFX 8800 GTS; Areca 8X PCIe in Raid 0 working at 4x speed; 4-250 Gb (single platter) 7200.10 drives; Giga 3DAurora case with side window.

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    As of the end of July 2008, most of the Research and Development team have been laid off, and between 3-4 people from almost every engineering department from Quality Control to Field Application Engineers too. Everyone from the previous PM team who designed the likes of the MAX and Fatal1ty series that many enthusiasts grew to love have all moved on over the last year. There doesn’t seem to be much left of what was once a prosperous and productive team well worth recognition. Some of those PM members went to Biostar, and others went to Foxconn
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    Well this explains the delay in the P45. Looks like the writing is on the wall as far as Abit sticking around as an enthusiast motherboard manufacturer. I've been a fan since the BE6 II boards and I really hope they can recover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kadozer View Post
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    Well this explains the delay in the P45. Looks like the writing is on the wall as far as Abit sticking around as an enthusiast motherboard manufacturer. I've been a fan since the BE6 II boards and I really hope they can recover.
    I'm curious if the guys who went to Biostar worked on the P45 it's a kick ass board. Canning their RND is definitely not good.
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    i am thinking about jumping onboard with a Biostar Tpower IP45 board...i was getting the feeling that the thread i read months ago about abit pulling out of mobo making is sounding to be more true..it generally said the same thing in the above quote.
    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 UNOFFICIAL THREAD

    BIOSTAR TPOWER BOLT MOD FOR HEATPIPE AND HEATSINK

    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    ABIT IP35 PRO HEATPIPE MOD

    ABIT IP35 PRO BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    IP35 Pro: 9650@4000Mhz, par overclocker; Freezone Elite; 4Gb GSkill DDR-800@DDR-1068 (2 x 2gb); XFX 8800 GTS; Areca 8X PCIe in Raid 0 working at 4x speed; 4-250 Gb (single platter) 7200.10 drives; Giga 3DAurora case with side window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace-a-Rue View Post
    i am thinking about jumping onboard with a Biostar Tpower IP45 board...i was getting the feeling that the thread i read months ago about abit pulling out of mobo making is sounding to be more true..it generally said the same thing in the above quote.
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    pulling the trigger as we speak!
    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 UNOFFICIAL THREAD

    BIOSTAR TPOWER BOLT MOD FOR HEATPIPE AND HEATSINK

    BIOSTAR TPOWER I45 BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    ABIT IP35 PRO HEATPIPE MOD

    ABIT IP35 PRO BIOS FLASHING PROCEDURE

    IP35 Pro: 9650@4000Mhz, par overclocker; Freezone Elite; 4Gb GSkill DDR-800@DDR-1068 (2 x 2gb); XFX 8800 GTS; Areca 8X PCIe in Raid 0 working at 4x speed; 4-250 Gb (single platter) 7200.10 drives; Giga 3DAurora case with side window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace-a-Rue View Post
    hi daytime dreamer...how's athens this time of the year...HOT!?

    why don't you show your uguru settings so we can see what to tweak?
    Its pretty hot as usual, every summer its hell here

    Here you go with the Uguru settings
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace-a-Rue View Post
    pulling the trigger as we speak!
    Ace,

    You need to start a new thread on the Biostar TPower IP45 and educate us on the mods and tricks, just like this thread
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    Question:

    I plan on adding my northbridge to my water loop with the EK NB5 waterblock, but I would like to keep the stock heatsinks on the SB and mosfets. Could I just dremel off the heatpipe that connects them, or would that be a bad idea? Any better ideas?

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    Don't see why not, but you'll loose the benefit of having extra heat-sinking (is that a word?) of the heat. Less surface area = less heat dispersion. Adding a fan on the PWM would help out, but you might want to consider adding that to the WC loop if it heats up too much on you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lyl View Post
    Question:

    I plan on adding my northbridge to my water loop with the EK NB5 waterblock, but I would like to keep the stock heatsinks on the SB and mosfets. Could I just dremel off the heatpipe that connects them, or would that be a bad idea? Any better ideas?

    Thanks

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    Bios numbering system

    Quick question. I flashed to the latest release bios for the ip35 pro, which is 17. Would a bios of 17b04 be newer or is that the last beta prior to releasing 17? Sorry if it seems like a stupid question, but I just want to know for sure .

    I noticed with 17, I get a lot more c1 errors with memory. Even with the recommended volate to the memory, the board is a bit fickle. I have tried this with 2 sets of memory, both listed as compatible here in the first post.

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    17b04 is prior to the final 17 version

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