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Posted November 18, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted November 19, Posted November 22, You'll probably still have to edit your DSDT.


Should I try the flashrom anyway? Well, I'm hoping someone has an idea. Posted November 23, My idea is still that you try dumping your rom with the latest flashrom.

Posted December 2, If anyone wants a copy PM me. Also has Trim support in Windows 7 with Posted December 11, Could someone please patch its new bios? Posted December 12, Asus P8B WS Management Thanks, that was the repair shop's first thought - Power supply was been checked, and there's still the question of why there's that extremely elevated CPU temperature.

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If your wall voltage falls to perhaps VAC from the nominal VAC expected, your switching power supply has no choice but to spend more of each AC power sine wave switched on, to try to regulate current. And if it can't, because your house voltage as measured at the PC power supply input is too low, or your power supply is sized very close to the maximum demand for current as the sum of your mainboard, and GPU, you're going to force it to overcurrent shutdowns, pretty frequently. Recovery after power loss is Asus P8B WS Management a mainboard BIOS setting, so that also explains the auto Asus P8B WS Management after such incidents.

Your choices are probably a bigger capacity power supply, or finding and fixing what is dropping your house AC Asus P8B WS Management to below nominal, under load, if your house circuit voltage is, in fact, dropping measurably under load. Sometimes, it just something as simple as finding that your refrigerator, and some other appliances are all on the same VAC "leg" of your VAC mains service, as the outlet supplying your PC, and that, as a result, all that combined load is pulling down one "side" of the mains box to maybe VAC, while the other is forced up to VAC, by the house power transformer.

Sometimes people notice this by observing that light bulbs flicker and burn out a lot faster in some locations than others.

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And sometimes, it's just a borderline PC power supply, and test suite that doesn't stress the GPU as much as real world use does, that leads you astray. A heftier power supply may solve everything.

Not every stepping can. Or, maybe your CPU is using other power management strategies than clock change to manage power and heat, first.


You're not getting to full temp indications across all cores, so I wonder why you think this is primarily a CPU heating issue? I'm not sophisticated enough to know where that reading is as opposed to the Core CPU readings.

I've never noticed voltage readings below about V at our house - just confirmed at the outlet. Current power supply W, seems as if that should be enough. What sort of power supply do you have?

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