Yeah that is correct.
Here is the Gene gen3 http://uk.asus.com/Motherboards/Inte...GEN3/#download
Just got done updating BIOS to see if it would solve another problem I had which it did, but I noticed my voltages on my CPU are at 1.464v. I've haven't done any overclocking yet... New CPU... So I cleared CMOS booted up into BIOS and my voltages were back at stock. Booting back into windows open CPU-Z and voltages are back at 1.464v. Booted back into BIOS to see if it was a CPU-Z problem, but BIOS also say 1.46v. Any clue to what is happening here?
Go into BIOS F5 enter
Boot into OS and tell me what your CPUz says your voltage is, please.
16GB G.Skill (4GBx4) 1600Mhz 1.5v
is it possible that this bios is causing vga driver failing?
i've tried 5 different games that worked normal before updating bios and now they don't, in the middle of playing vga driver fails. i've tried reinstalling drivers, putting everything on stock, resetting cmos, removing the card and putting it in again and no changes. tried onboard vga and it works normal.
the card is radeon 6950.
Not sure how a XMP profile can change the voltage of the CPU, might be a good idea to set the frequency, timing and ram voltage manually.
@shockre it is possible if you are over clocked yes. A new BIOS requires a completely new over clock.
i wrote in previous post, i did revert all to stock - gpu, cpu and ram, cleared cmos - and it is still happening.
If stock then no. Then there is a problem with a driver or something else at play causing the problem.
(repeating to self) Must resist urge to upgrade bios.
Listen to wife.
Listen to HiVizMan.
Staying at 0403.
Life is good.