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phillpower2

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There may not be a setting in the BIOS it was only a thought on my part.

What about the MB connection, do the wires match up to the pins on the MB, red to the + pin and black to the ground pin.
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Ok it beeps when I press del to go into bios, but not on regular boot, but system is running good, no problems

I donno why it is doing that, may be it is not configured to beep on default bootup... I donno

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iammykyl

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There are no user controls for the beeper, It will show in device manager, but there are no drivers for it.
You have still not answered Phillpower2, Re. matching + and - symbols on the plug with the motherboard pins. If you did have it on the wrong way round there is a very good chance it is damaged.

I should run some benchmark tests to see the performance what should I use?


Benchmarks for your/our satisfaction, Stress testing to verify the computer is stable when performing heavy work.
I run Core Temp whenever doing benchmarks and stress testing. Also very useful for taking screen shots. I also set a safety shut down temp.

If not already done so, advice you Create recovery disk and OS drive image using the windows built in tools. I also modify windows automatic update to control what is installed by Microsoft.

As with many of these free downloads, they are managed by a download manager, You can remove them after you finish the download and installation, be careful not to download the other bundled software.
> http://www.geeks3d.c...engl-videocard/
> http://www.ocbase.co...4-3-2-available
> http://www.makeuseof...hmark-programs/
> http://www.softpedia...Benchmark.shtml

One for fun, I think you need to download a couple of demo games as well > http://www.softpedia...mark-Tool.shtml


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I have tried connecting speaker both ways, but now it is connected in the right way with red wire on the left according to motherboard description, as I have mentioned in my last reply, it does beep when I press del to go into bios at start up

cores are giving high temp when running bench tests

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Hi.
That is pretty good temps for 100% load on stock cooling, 28C below Tj max. CPU usage would not be that high in everyday use, even when encoding/rendering. I have seen reports from many running 24/7 with temps over 80C without problems.
If you have a game to test? what sort of temps do you get.
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World Of warcraft

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That's great on stock cooler, Posted Image
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