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    Wink -=Dfi Infinty&LanParty Rev B Faq !Uppdated 6/27=-

    ----------!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Bios settings!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!---------------------------

    (Standard Cmos)
    Acces mode: auto (på hddn)

    (Advanced bios features)
    APIC mode:Enabled
    Delay for hdd:0

    (Advanced chipset features)
    Expert
    Aggressive
    Expert
    11
    2(2 if you have bh5 sticks)
    2(2 if you have bh5 sticks)
    2(2 if you have bh5 sticks)
    2.0(2.0 if you have bh5 sticks)
    9(13 most stability )
    12(15 most stability)
    Enabled
    Enabled
    Fast
    Enabled(Disabled if you have ds sticks"512 mb sticks")

    ---Alpha settings"Fastest and highest fsb"--------
    T(DOE):1 (Maybe 2)
    T(RRD):3
    T(W2P):3
    T(W2R):3
    T(REXT):3
    T(R2P):3
    T(R2W):4
    --------------------------------------------------------------

    Auto
    -||-
    128-256Mb
    Enabled
    Enabled
    Disabled
    -||-

    (Pc Health Status)
    Disabled(If you have cooling for lower temp then -0c)

    (Genie bios settings)
    Disabled
    200Mhz t.ex
    Auto
    x10 t.ex
    1/1(Use only 1/1 if you don´t wana kill the bios chip)
    1.850v
    Auto
    1.70v
    3.00v-3.30v
    Disabled
    -||-

    ---------------------Best os+drivers+Tweaks"more will be added"-----

    Os:Win2K
    NF2 Drivers:Morpeus Remix Extreme video driverset
    Gfx drivers:Cat 3.2"If you have R9800Pro"



    "Bios settings info":
    http://www.rojakpot.com/default.aspx?location=9


    ---------------------Link to bios "BETA"---------------------------------------

    LANPARTY NFII ULTRA B 2004/1/21 BETA BIOS

    http://myweb.hinet.net/home8/oskarwu...s/N24LD121.zip

    NFII ULTRA INFINITY 2004/1/21 BETA BIOS

    http://myweb.hinet.net/home8/oskarwu...s/N24ID121.zip

    --------------------------------------------------------------------
    LANPARTY NFII ULTRA B 2004/1/31 BETA BIOS

    http://myweb.hinet.net/home8/oskarwu...s/N24LD131.zip

    NFII ULTRA INFINITY 2004/1/31 BETA BIOS

    http://myweb.hinet.net/home8/oskarwu...s/N24ID131.zip

    ---Links to alpha bios"Try this only if you have money to a new board"--
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Use 1-31 or 1-21 bios first....Sett up your best settings..vcore and all another settings...Save it in the bios"bakup settings" . Make @ stock settings and flash to alpha 2-17.D01 . Load saved settings..from 1-31 bios...the board will maybe not post after that..press reset button and the board will post...know you cane change settings in bios "it worked for me but i don´t know if it works for you"

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    LANPARTY NFII ULTRA B 2004/2/17 ALPHA BIOS

    http://myweb.hinet.net/home8/oskarwu...4LD217.b01.zip
    http://myweb.hinet.net/home8/oskarwu...4LD217.b02.zip

    NFII ULTRA INFINITY 2004/2/17 ALPHA BIOS

    http://myweb.hinet.net/home8/oskarwu...4ID217.b01.zip
    http://myweb.hinet.net/home8/oskarwu...4ID217.b02.zip

    ----------------------------NF2 Drivers-----------------------------------------
    http://www.techconnect.ws/modules.ph...ds&cid=1&99239

    "Morpeus Remix Extreme video driverset"

    Are best for me.



    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ------------------------------MODDS!-------------------------------------------
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ------------------------------V MODDS-----------------------------------------
    Vcore modd!




    Vdimm and Vdd modd! , "VAGP,VDIMM,VDD" there cane you see the real v for "VAGP,VDIMM,VDD"



    Sb Vdd modd!





    vcore drop+vcore overcurrent modds will be added soon.

    -----------------------------CAP MODD----------------------------------------

    Cap modds..i don´t know if they will help you to get higher fsb..but i use them 24/7 and in max fsb clocks.







    ----------------------------MOSFETT COOLING AND MORE------------------




    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    I know my english is not so good but..you get nice info from me so why complain , I only want to help you to modd this board and more..Info is good , And help is good

    If you need help ask me then..maybe i cane help you
    Last edited by Lastviking; 09-26-2004 at 09:06 AM.

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    Awesome. Simply. Awesome.

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    great!

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    do you recommend using the winflash utlity?

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    Great stuff!

    I can't speak for lastviking, but I personally would not recommend using winflash at all. Every forum I go to, I can find you several threads where users killed their boards using winflash with the alpha or beta bioses.

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    How do you flash using DOS? I've only done it once and it was on my old Asus board. Can someone give the steps involved.

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    i dont have a floppy drive

    i hate floppies...

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    Originally posted by iceman2g
    How do you flash using DOS? I've only done it once and it was on my old Asus board. Can someone give the steps involved.
    1. Go get your Win98 boot disk that you have stashed away somewhere. If you never had a Win98 boot disk, you can get it here:

    Win98 Boot Disk

    2. Download AWDflash.exe and the BIOS you want:

    Click here and then click on the blue "flash" link near the top to download AWDflash.exe

    (I know it's an Abit website but the AWDflash program is the same)

    3. Copy the AWDflash.exe program and the new BIOS file onto one floppy disk or make 2 seperate disks (One Win98 boot disk and one disk containing AWDflash.exe and the BIOS).

    4. Set current BIOS to boot from floppy and use the Win98 boot disk to boot into DOS.

    5. At the A:\ prompt type awdflash biosname.bin (Your BIOS file might have a different extension, so change it accordingly........also, if you did the 2 disk method you have to insert your other disk before typing this) and hit enter.

    6. After BIOS updating is complete, your system will restart. After it restarts power it down immediately and do the post bios updating procedure outlined below (can never be too cautious lol).

    POST BIOS UPDATING PROCEDURE

    1. Unplug the power cord to the computer to completely power down

    2. clear CMOS jumper for 30 seconds

    3. Power computer back up, and immediately go into the BIOS

    4. Choose "Load Failsafe Defaults" or "Load Optimized"

    5. Save and exit

    Immediately after reboot, go back into the BIOS and configure to your liking.


    I got this information from the DFI forum over at amdmb.com and thought I'd add it since this might turn into one of those big info-stuffed threads

    Thanks for posting those settings Lastviking. I just got my new Mach I set up with my new Lanparty last night and I'm about to try overclocking on it for the first time. I've already updated to the 2/17 Alpha BIOS.
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    For flashing and much, much more get the Ultimate Boot CD at http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/

    It's the Swiss Army knife, mother of all boot CD's
    The plural of "anecdote" is not "data."

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    This deserves to be a sticky!

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    vlad, none of the 30 download links on that site work! wth?

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    I find the ALT + F2 method the best to flash bioses. You just stick the bios file on the floppy with awdflash.exe and press ALT + F2 at startup. Then just wait for the bios to flash.

    And nice FAQ there Lastviking, I was wondering what all those extra timings were in the alpha bios.

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    ok i finally found a server that still has the file, thx vlad!

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    All the servers on Vlad's link have the file, it's just the referring link that's busted. Poor website design
    The plural of "anecdote" is not "data."

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    yes! thank you LV!! great post man. helps so much!
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    Great FAQ!

    I hope with this guide I'll reach 250MHz of FSB stable.

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    awesome FAQ dude, i was thinking about doing the capacitor mods like u did on my NF7-S, but i have a question about it, should i just match the capacitance of the caps that are already there, and have caps with voltages of equal or greater than the ones on the board?, is this correct, or should i go for more capacitance

    can you see the light? is it shining too bright? can you see the light at the end of the tunnel, i know i do, i know its true.

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    Wink

    Originally posted by blinky
    awesome FAQ dude, i was thinking about doing the capacitor mods like u did on my NF7-S, but i have a question about it, should i just match the capacitance of the caps that are already there, and have caps with voltages of equal or greater than the ones on the board?, is this correct, or should i go for more capacitance
    Do like this..put 4700uF there you have 3300uF and use 16v if the caps are 10v or 16v. Use 3300uF if you have 2200uF on the board

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    That's so awesome with those caps added on! Makes me wish I could solder.

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    This should be stickied for sure, great stuff!
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    Of course I can ONLY speak for myself when I say I PERSONALLY have flashed over 30X using winflash or Flashmenu without a SINGLE hiccup.
    I ALWAYS run the board COMPLETELY stock when getting ready to flash, and my boards are ALWAYS running very stable ( IE: Windows ISN'T acting up).

    I was VERY hesitant to run a windows flash program, but as I have stated I am stable and have not had a single problem doing it.....

    I figure a stable windows @stock is as good as a floppy that is/may be a corrupt file because of the actual floppy OR drive.
    I hate floppies for those reasons......

    To each his own, but I wouldn't hesistate to do it again through windows.
    My install is stable.
    And I WILL.
    Last edited by muzz; 03-19-2004 at 03:21 PM.
    Hoping for MUCH better from Zen.

    Come on AMD!

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    sjohnson wrote on 03-19-2004 04:21 PM:
    Hey bud, could we get http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...threadid=31703 stickied, at least until the excitement over the Infinity and Lan Party dies down.
    Done deal.

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    TY, TY, TY!
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