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Created On: 07/01/2007 10:05 AM
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 07/01/2007 10:05 AM
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hi all,i have a question,i just got a asus am2 crosshair mobo and x2 6000 cpu,install went good and booted right up.question is i installed pc probe2 and i get a red warning on the CPU NB HT its currently at 1.39v all settings in bios are auto or default and is not OCed,was wondering if its an error in pc probe or is that setting to high or low.ty any help would be appreciated
 07/03/2007 02:35 PM
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You got a warning on what? The temperature of the NB or the voltage of it?

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 07/09/2007 11:10 AM
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This is your Crosshair Nvidia 590 SLI chipset with Nvidia "linkboost"working as advertised. More GPU chips may have been added but I know the 7900GT/GTX and 8800 XXX series graphics cards will automatically engage Linkboost. It is enabled by default on the Crosshair motherboard. Linkboost is an Nvidia "out of the box" overclock of the PCI Express x16 buses and Hyper Transport link between the SPP and MCP. When enabled on the motherboard, it detects a supported card and automatically increases the throughput by 25%. This "overclocking" raises the voltage supplied also, which is why PCprobe is giving you a warning. The default PCprobe setting is +10%.

You can fix this one of 2 ways. Go into the config section of PCprobe under voltages and increase the tolerance of that setting to +25% or, disable Linkboost. I would leave linkboost enabled and tweak PCprobe unless you are having issues related to your graphics card.

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Thanks slammer55, I did not know that and it is good info.

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