I’m using the 2. It’s a PCI vard. I’m using cool-n-quiet, and everything worked fine out of the box no flashing needed, but it came out of the box with the latest bios revision anyway. Your name or email address: I’m not running anything exotic for cooling – just the stock retail AMD kit. All hardware seems to be supported just fine. Gelfling Tux’s lil’ helper Joined:
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Wed Apr 07, 6: Hope to hear some feedback.
But the gentoo-dev-sources are great from what you say The powernow-k8 module fails to load. Please login or register. Trying to install windows XP 32 on an old computer, but keep getting the message “new hardware found” – subject controller.
Both of these boards seems particulary adept however, from what I have read, the newer Asus BIOS’s allow for enhanced overclocking allowing one to define independent speeds msii different buses whereas the MSI is limited adjusting all 3 buses with the same setting.
Your name or email address: Which sensor does the BIOS use? I can’t rule out the possibility that there’s something that’d cause different LED activity depending on RAID activity, but it seems unlikely. Wed Apr 07, 1: Join our site today to ask your question.
Tue Mar 30, 8: I know the reaotek things run the better but I was wondering if these temps are actually OK for the long term or if my components have any risk of damage. I’m using cool-n-quiet, and everything worked fine out of the box no flashing needed, but it came out of the box with the latest bios revision anyway.
Solved: realtek gigabit ethernet controller
Cool-n-quiet works fine at the higher speed as well. The jeo-fsr/ in the BIOS is completely different. I have Q-fan enabled, but I’m not sure that it does anything under linux. However, I can report that the problem has been resolved.
It’s a PCI vard. Is there some way of getting rid of this? Sorry, I’ve been busy with some personal business.
This is under bit Gentoo with a 2. I’ve got the K8V deluxe working just fine. Pretty good, but stuff does crash from time to time. Sometimes if I reboot, I can get the temp to show what I believe is the correct temperatures: If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Ethernrt Guide to get started. The only tiny problem I’m having are cryptic error messages issued by the Gigabit LAN driver see this thread: I’m only running Mbit ethernet, so I can’t say how well gigabit ethernet works.
If I haved the correct answers can be argued about 1.
MSI K8T Neo-FSR/ FIS2R drivers
The only concern was the Linux support. MBM and Corecentre give the exact same readouts. It comes on when I do a cold boot then goes out and doesn’t work anymore.
Tue Apr 06, 9: In fact, has anyone who’s reading this been able to get lm-sensors to work in order to check the CPU temperature under Linux?
resltek Good luck with your decision, Little Nemo. Haven’t tried the cool’n’quiet function because my watercooling keeps it cold enough and Q-Fan doesn’t work on it.