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I was able to install eCS 2.0 Beta3a on my other new toy the Pundit AH2 barebone system equipped with an AMD Athlon64 X2 3800+ EE (the CPU-Heatsink is cool == room temperature; Chipset head sink is hand warm).

The Onboard video (GeForce 6100) only running in VESA Mode (would maybe work if I could patch the SNAP driver to look for another PCI-ID)

LAN doesn't work so far (I'm currently downloading your latest PCI from hobbes right now - would be nice if Mensys/Serenity could include the latest version on the CD). There is one on it the CD but the PCIDEVS.TXT is missing.

ACPI seems to work but SMP doesn't seem to work.


Information is sent by: Juergen Ulbts -- 2007-02-01 22:15:56


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Juergen Ulbts
2007-09-27 18:20:46

The above is now "GOOD".


-SMP does work now

-Onboard nForce 410/430 NIC does work now (thanks to nickk for his nveth driver).

One week before nickk came with that driver I bought a dual NIC Intel 100Pro card (one card with two NICs onboard - because of limited PCI-Slots).

I haven't tried to use Sound as I don't need it (--> Server).

The only thing missing now is Cool'n'Quite to reduce the processor clock when there is nothing to do (which is the case 23h+ hours each day).

The computer currently uses round about 110 W when running which could be reduced to about 70W with Cool'n'Quite.

I've already posted the link to the driver source (used with Linux) to change the clock-speed of the Athlon64 X2 models on the ACPI forum but sadly so far no one seems to have looked into it.

Here is the link I was referring to:


It might be better to look at the main page which is listing different AMD CPU Tools here as the cpu frequency will be updated from time to time:


Juergen Ulbts
2008-02-25 18:45:02

Additional note to my previous comment.

-SMP and therefore ACPI with /SMP switch is currently only working with ACPI v2.22.

The new line of ACPI drivers (3.0.x) has serious problems with this machine.

So far these problems couldn't be resolved.

You may want to monitor BugID 199 at netlabs:


Juergen Ulbts
2008-04-08 19:35:53

After month of problems with the ACPI v3.0x series I got a new ACPI v3.08a build from Pavel and guess what SMP is finally working! :D

I can't believe it.

BugId 199 can be closed now:


I've not yet switched back to the normal (non-debug) Kernel but with the ACPI v3.08a (and hopefully newer) you can use SMP with the following parameters:


/!NOD is important, otherwise it didn't work here.

I've switched back from SNAP to Panaroma VESA driver (Feb. 2008 version) just in case you have problems with the graphic driver.

As mouse driver I use AMOUSE with the SMP parameter (DEVICE=C:\ECS\SYSTEM\AMOUSE\AMOUSE.SYS SMP).

Mouse and Keyboard are attached using USB.

The onboard nVidia network interface is running with Nikks NVETH driver (v0.0.4) you can get at hobbes:


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