FF code?
just recently Put together a new computer for my GF and i got a XfX 780 3 way SLI mobo well on the board the Code FF is there but the thing works perfectly? is this something to worry about? i have found tons of diffrent answers to this question online can anyone else offer there expertise in this?
just recently Put together a new computer for my GF and i got a XfX 780 3 way SLI mobo well on the board the Code FF is there but the thing works perfectly? is this something to worry about? i have found tons of diffrent answers to this question online can anyone else offer there expertise in this?

#1
Posted 08/19/2009 10:29 PM   
The code FF stands for boot process...It should be there if it was posting anything else at that point it would be and error code...But all your codes should be included in your mobo manual...
The code FF stands for boot process...It should be there if it was posting anything else at that point it would be and error code...But all your codes should be included in your mobo manual...

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#2
Posted 08/19/2009 10:36 PM   
Nothing to worry about there. FF is the last code that displays and indicates that the POST has completed successfully and the system is booting.
Nothing to worry about there. FF is the last code that displays and indicates that the POST has completed successfully and the system is booting.

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#3
Posted 08/26/2009 10:05 AM   
It is acually supposed to stand for "Fully Functional" is what the Foxconn rep told me, as they are the ones that actually make all the Nvidia Reference boards in the 680i/780i/790i series for XFX and EVGA as well as BFG but they arn't involved anymore with mobos.

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It is acually supposed to stand for "Fully Functional" is what the Foxconn rep told me, as they are the ones that actually make all the Nvidia Reference boards in the 680i/780i/790i series for XFX and EVGA as well as BFG but they arn't involved anymore with mobos.



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#4
Posted 08/26/2009 03:31 PM   
:laugh: Foxconn, that's b*ll*ks. It's Hex code. F is the highest single character in Hex and is equal to 15 decimal. So FF is the highest number that can can be expressed using 2 characters. It just means it reached the end of the POST.
:laugh: Foxconn, that's b*ll*ks. It's Hex code. F is the highest single character in Hex and is equal to 15 decimal. So FF is the highest number that can can be expressed using 2 characters. It just means it reached the end of the POST.

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#5
Posted 08/26/2009 11:03 PM   
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