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 on: Today at 04:23:11 
Started by nitrouspeed22 - Last post by badboy2k
make sure its on a 16GB or less drive as they are the least problematic!

 on: Today at 04:12:11 
Started by nitrouspeed22 - Last post by nitrouspeed22
Clearing my CMOS will take a very long time because the battery is under my GPU which is hardline watercooled I do not want to drain my PC & rebend my tubes tonight because I have way too much homework, also, I am currently trying to boot into that memtest86 but when I choose the to boot from the USB I am going straight into Windows, I am probably doing something wrong again sorry.

 on: Today at 04:05:11 
Started by nitrouspeed22 - Last post by badboy2k
also can you do a CMOS clear now you have the new BIOS?

and that increase in temp may be if there was a problem with the original CPU temp monitoring and it was under-reporting how hot it really was!

 on: Today at 04:00:11 
Started by nitrouspeed22 - Last post by badboy2k
can you test the RAM you are using to see if the sticks are all good using >>Memtest86<< ?

 on: Today at 03:54:42 
Started by nitrouspeed22 - Last post by nitrouspeed22
Ok, finished the update & I think that fixed 68, but it still took a few minutes to boot with code 78, however I havn’t even logged in yet & I see that I have internet which is great because I don’t have to reinstall the driver again.
Also my CPU temp got warmer, it usually hovers around 26º-27º when I am at the login screen & right now it is at 32-33 & not going down.

 on: Today at 03:48:29 
Started by nitrouspeed22 - Last post by badboy2k
the position is your BIOS you are on! that message is if you have a bricked BIOS on the other chip and you want to flash it!

so just keep it where it is and flash the BIOS and test it out so you have the other if something goes wrong!

 on: Today at 03:44:36 
Started by nitrouspeed22 - Last post by nitrouspeed22
Ok sorry I used a 64GB drive & thought i needed to boot directly from the usb, this next step is something I can probably look at the manual for but you are probably faster, in the M-Flash mode its asking me to set the multi BIOS switch to the target BIOS before continuing, currently mine is on the one with the red LED (switch is to the right), is that the correct one?

Also I realized in the BIOS when I was changing the boot priority to the USB that my #1 priority was my 960 Pro, which is correct, but in the screen with Boot Options, it said I had nothing installed in my M.2/SATA slot even though it was already selected as option #1. Is that normal?

 on: Today at 03:43:45 
Started by dmch387688 - Last post by dmch387688
I'm running 3 1080 TI Duke cards and 1 1080 TI MSI AERO.   Turns out the issue with my cards was the power was defaulting to 100% and I had it setup to mine when it booted so it would immediately drive the cards to 100% and crash the rig.   After shorting out a MB and slicking the drive a a million resets I finally noticed the power setting in MSI afterburner.   The end result is power to 61% and freq of 1488-1500.  This gives me the biggest hash rate at a better power.   My MB is a biostar TB 85.  With four 1080 cards I'm pulling around 750-778 watts.   Running 3 cards at 100% it was i using 1Kwatt and the 4th card was causing a brown out and crashing it.  PS is a corsair HX1200i.   I like using mystic light because if a cards shut down  I could tell which one it was because I moved the cards around so much I could not tell one card from the other.  Are you mining?   I'm using nice hash for now I m going to configure for eth when I get the time.   My new issue is that nice hash just stops mining after about to hours and I have to restart it.  A big pita.


 on: Today at 03:39:21 
Started by nitrouspeed22 - Last post by badboy2k
if you have it on your USB flash drive start it up and go into your BIOS by hitting delete and use M-Flash to use the files to update it! (drive should be below 16GB and formatted Fat32)

 on: Today at 03:36:26 
Started by nitrouspeed22 - Last post by nitrouspeed22
I installed version 1.3 on a USB drive but I can’t boot from it, I cleared the drive & tried again & I am getting the message “Reboot & Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device & press a key” so am I doing something wrong or is there another way to update it?

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