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    Default Re: No boot after bios update

    damnit i cant even rma the damn board its past my 30 days great :( i have great luck!
    Last edited by stampy; 07-18-2008 at 10:52 PM.

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    Default Re: No boot after bios update

    ok sotried f5c again now that ive got the qflash and OMG! it is now reading higher voltages!. i still need to see if they stick or if it defaults it self but so far so good! i am crack exstatic! chears to the maker of f5c!

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    Default Re: No boot after bios update

    6 hours my pc was shut off and still reads the correct voltage :D!

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    Default Re: No boot after bios update

    NICE!!!

    Glad to hear you have solved it! I have flashed the same BIOS a few times on some older boards in the past just to get things to work right. Sounds like that was all you needed as well

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    im im so happy now i can go ahead with the cooling setup i have planned :D

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    Default Re: No boot after bios update

    I will more than likly go air but i dont know. I love the the hole build your own water cooling setup but ive heard that even with a kick arse water setup, an eqully kick arse air setup is only about 7-10c behind. I had a water setup planded with a fuzion v2, swifttech 3.120 rad, and one of there nice pumps but i dont know if it would be worth it. my goal is any were from 3.5 to 3.8ish, more is allways better :), and i think i can get there with a good air setup. so why would I spend the extra 150+ dollars on water.

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