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The fans got crankin’ though! I’ll report back after I try a bit of overclocking. Thu Aug 03, I wonder if there is a way around this. Check local regulations for disposal of electronic products.

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Sun Aug 06, 6: Please refer specification pages for full details. I can’t see any Windows 7 audio drivers here: I read there some some issue with OCZ memory.

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Apr 18, Posts: Sun Aug 06, 5: How satisfied are you m2npvv-m this response? Specifications and features vary by model, and all images are illustrative. Not as promising as I reported, I hate to say.

How would I hook up my 5. I just got this board myself. Fri Aug 04, 6: They are software controled plugs. Thu Aug 10, 2: I’ll probably do an overnight test soon.

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Sep 29, Posts: You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. This may help http: The system suondmax boot properly above 2.

Wish I could help, but I’m not even using the onboard sound — and even if I were, it would be in stereo, not 5. Have sokndmax try overclocking your x2 ? I’m using Corsair 2 x DDR I’ve heard of compatibility problems with 2xmb kits. Thu Aug 10, 6: Aug 12, Posts: This site in other languages x. Is there a remedy for this other than buying a sound card?

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Please refer to the specification page The product electricalelectronic equipment, Mercury-containing button cell battery should not be placed in municipal waste. DominicP Replied on July 1, Thanks for marking this as the answer.

You can update your BIOS only in a few clicks without preparing an additional floppy diskette or using an OS-based flash utility.

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I’m using the retail HSF, so I’m not going to push it too far. Since you are messing around with possibly incompatible drivers, I would create a System Restore point and have your data backed up before you start.

Also you can get the additional spdif header if you desire. Yup, I have the same issue with my board.

I haven’t tried anything in the way of overclocking yet — I haven’t really done that since I ran my Celeron A at ! The motherboard has the header for it, but no bracket.