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    Default Re: P35 Motherboards and DPC Latency Spiking

    yeah, good for you!
    ...But I'm on the other side of the fence (the one) so that won't help.

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    Default Re: P35 Motherboards and DPC Latency Spiking

    Quote Originally Posted by Dark AvaloN View Post
    yeah, good for you!
    ...But I'm on the other side of the fence (the one) so that won't help.
    same here
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    You can remove the video card drivers, reboot and do a DPC latency check anyway - it would rule out the video card if you still have spikes with the fixed bios's...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kpo6969 View Post
    same here
    Lol, I mean't I'm using an ATI video card...

    Quote Originally Posted by Moba View Post
    You can remove the video card drivers, reboot and do a DPC latency check anyway - it would rule out the video card if you still have spikes with the fixed bios's...
    And why not also removing my mouse and keyboard drivers..? That could be the cause...

    Dang, now how am I supposed to play Assassin's Creed without thouse?

    Actually it may be some sort of incompatibility between my Gigabyte board and my Gigabyte video card... I might as well try somethin' different for a change...
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    Yeah my issues are def with the bios or board (my system is dual boot XP and Vista...tried testing both before and after driver install on both OSs but near same result).

    I check out this thread daily, as well as the Anandtech one hoping to find a solution (some trick that works for someone else, or news of final versions of bioses). My DS3P is really stable, except for some audio skipping. I bought my board in April hoping to keep it for a long time and I am sure disappointed. I also see that the Rampage Formula is on sale at a local store for the next few days and I'm tempted to pick one up. Looks like they update their bioses a little more often and for a longer period of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chriskwarren View Post
    Yeah my issues are def with the bios or board (my system is dual boot XP and Vista...tried testing both before and after driver install on both OSs but near same result).

    I check out this thread daily, as well as the Anandtech one hoping to find a solution (some trick that works for someone else, or news of final versions of bioses). My DS3P is really stable, except for some audio skipping. I bought my board in April hoping to keep it for a long time and I am sure disappointed. I also see that the Rampage Formula is on sale at a local store for the next few days and I'm tempted to pick one up. Looks like they update their bioses a little more often and for a longer period of time.
    So do I (check thread daily)
    Here's an old one if you haven't seen it:
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    Default Re: P35 Motherboards and DPC Latency Spiking

    I've got a hold of beta BIOS v. F4b for EP35-DS4 rev. 2.1. Haven't tried them yet but I been reading that that should more or less eliminate the latency spikes. I also know that you can't change the CPU voltage with these BIOS so beware. It'll keep the current settings as long as you don't clear the CMOS after flashing. Got them from Dan at the Cakewalk tread.
    Here's a link:
    ep35ds4.f4b

    Will get post here as soon as I've tried them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fimpen_b View Post
    I've got a hold of beta BIOS v. F4b for EP35-DS4 rev. 2.1. Haven't tried them yet but I been reading that that should more or less eliminate the latency spikes. I also know that you can't change the CPU voltage with these BIOS so beware. It'll keep the current settings as long as you don't clear the CMOS after flashing. Got them from Dan at the Cakewalk tread.
    Here's a link:
    ep35ds4.f4b

    Will get post here as soon as I've tried them.
    OK, running with the new BIOS, F4b, and there's a huge improvement. The latency spikes are more or less completely gone. From having spikes around 1600 us every other second I now have a smooth pattern that stays within 2-30 us. I've only had one spike the last half hour that went up to 2400 us, don't know why yet but it's just been one. (I'm not running Dynamic Energy Saver of course.) If you have the EP35-DS4 motherboard I recommend to try it out.

    (Picture taken before spike)

    Edit: Ok, I occasionally have spikes around 2400 us, with about a five minute interval.
    Edit2: DON'T FORGET! You can't change the CPU voltage with these BIOS so beware. It'll keep the current settings as long as you don't clear the CMOS after flashing.
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    Default Re: P35 Motherboards and DPC Latency Spiking

    Quote Originally Posted by kpo6969 View Post
    So do I (check thread daily)
    Here's an old one if you haven't seen it:
    Gigabyte P35 motherboards and DPC="
    Please get a beta bios from Gigabyte and try Forceware 175.19 - I do not have any spikes anymore and I'm using the same eVGA card as you ;)

    Edit: Nevermind, the spikes are back on my system...no idea why - sigh :(
    Last edited by Moba; 06-30-2008 at 09:34 PM.

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