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Asus M2N-SLI Deluxe Full AM3 Support
Hi.

I've an M2N-Sli Deluxe and I've tried the 1901, 1802 (unofficial), 1804 (official) and 5001 (official). With all of them the Phenom II 965 works if I set the multiplier in Windows by using the Nvidia tools. What I can't change is the CPU voltage, neither in the bios nor in Windows. It seems that no matter the value I select, the default value is always considered.

Someone knows how to fix it?

Would it be possible to add the new CPU microcodes to the last official 1804? Currently it says "unknown cpu", but Windows 7 works properly by using the cpu multiplier tricks with Nvidia Tools. Other than this, the fact that the usb keyboard can't be used into the bios can be fixed?
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Hi Abadir,

Can you post the 1804 image on the thread? We can replace it with the same code we've put in the unofficial version.

TheWiz
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Hi.

The 1804 bios, taken from the official Asus site, is attached. Big Grin

Other than adding the CPU microcodes to support the new AM3 CPUs (Phenom II 965 BE, ...), would it be possible to also add the SLIC 2.1 feature?

Thanks.


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.zip   M2N_SLI_DELUXE_1804.zip (Size: 398.65 KB / Downloads: 13)
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Just to avoid that the topic became too old... little up SmileSmile
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any news on the modded 1804? could you update the agesa along your fixes?
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Hi,

I have a pc with the magic motherboard and I'd like to install a Phenom II X4 965 125w in it. I have run through the posts and found that there are some issues. After booting up, the cpu speed has to be adjusted manually as I read and some of you seemed to have problems with that. Could anybody please say something about the current issues? Will the asus/nvidia tool run under win7 x64 to adjust the speed or I can set it from the BIOS as normal? will Cool & quiet work? Which BIOS version should I use?

IF there are still issues with this cpu, which one would be a better option?

Thanks a lot for help.
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Just wanted to see if there were any updates to the bios's before I go and buy a used processor. Battlefield takes a lot of processing power lol.
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Could please someone help?

The 1804 bios is still waiting for the last CPU microcodes and the SLIC 2.1

http://dlm3cdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/so...E_1804.zip

Is it a common error that with the 1802 modded sometimes, when I turn on the pc, I get it stuck, after the boot, with a written, on the top left of the screen:

"AMD 945 CPU"

And I have to reboot, sometimes more than one time to enter Windows?
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Heart What a thread!

I'm looking into options of a new build at the moment but decided to look into how much more power I can squeeze out of my m2n-sli deluxe and came across this.

Seems like a lot of people reckon the best supported cpu for the board is the 945? This only takes a standard Bios update and you are good to go right?

What about the 965? I see some people saying its easy to get it going on the mobo but what does it involve? What are the issues?

Currently running 4 GB ram and an athlon2 5000+ with a 8600GT. This just isnt hacking it even for basic stuff anymore!

What do you guys recommend? I was considering buying the 945 second hand and 8GB of ram. Possibly upgrade the GPU too. Whats the best setup for this board now that its nearing retirement age?
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