09-21-2010 11:14 AM
What motherboard are you using? In the original post in this thread, we did say "It was originally designed for the P55 and X58 chipsets (Core I5 and Core I7), but is compatible with most of the enthusiast chipsets. The program was designed for Windows 7 and will also run on Windows XP with downloads for 32-bit and 64-bit versions".
If you can provide me with your motherboard model, I can pass it along to the appropriate people for testing.
09-24-2010 05:55 PM - edited 09-24-2010 06:42 PM
Firrstly, sorry for some nervous words previously left here x)
My system is built of:
BIOS revision: F6 (the newest) North bridge: AMD 790GX, South bridge: AMD SB750 (are they enhtusiast enough?? )
obtained directly from Crucial, Scotland, alter replacement.
More about it:
Ballistix MOD Utility seems to have some problem with accessing the file system. When trying to save new log (only creating it without logging any data) the same error pops-up as above described.
09-27-2010 07:47 PM
I will be passing along the motherboard information for testing. That being said, I can tell you the mod will not show temperature data for the modules that you have. It should still show you the SPD data however. If anything comes up from the testing, I will post it back here.
09-29-2010 01:23 PM
Thank you Dude; we'll see
But this failure could be related to Windows/.Net theirself rathter than to type of the motherboard.
The case with denial of creation the log would point on this sort of issue, I think. That procedure seems to be completely independent from accessing any hardware ports, e.g. sensors...
04-30-2011 12:58 PM
MOD utility is very cool, but can you please add an option to syncronize the modules? They're all blinking out
of sync from each other and it's annoying They have the same presets and all but I can't click apply to all sticks
at the same time.
05-03-2011 05:20 PM
Thank you for your feedback. I have passed it along to our Product Marketing team for review.
05-24-2011 05:55 AM
Are P67 chipsets supported? I ask because originally I got the MOD tool to work, but only when my 1600 sticks were at 1600, it wouldn't work when they first booted at 1333.
Now I can't get it to work at all and it states that 'this motherboard is not supported' on an Asus P8P67 Pro rev 3 board.
06-21-2011 02:44 PM - edited 06-21-2011 03:06 PM
This utility worked great for a week. Now it says my motherboard is not supported.
I am using this with Asus sabertooth 990fx and running Windows 7 64.
Just before it stopped working the temperature readings were reading 123 C (bad reading) and one of the dimms disappeared from the UI.
The memory itself works great, Thanks for keeping it low profile it barely clears the cpu cooler as is.
I look forward to the improvements and I liked the ability to turn off the lights.
I reinstalled the utility and it starts up again, but the missing dimm and the temp readings are still not solved.