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post #11 of 97 Old 03-04-2012, 12:31 PM
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You are using the old bios this one is more stable. Did you read the post at the link.wink.gif

Ohhh hmm. Interesting. And no I didn't rolleyes.gif I was just going off of what Linden had noted.

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Well I guess this makes it easier for me to pick which board I want to use. Haha.

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Thanks to Granpa and others at [H], using this new BIOS, I have the 4P overclocked from 2.0GHz up to 2.26GHz.
These are the 6128s and my TPF on a 6904 went from 33:11 to 27:20.
The highest temp right now on all the cores is 49C, ranging from a low of 38C.
This is actually on the server that I am returning because of two defective ram slots.
The replacement is here, so as soon as this WU is complete I will be moving the CPUs and ram over to the new one and re-flashing that back to stock.
After the new server has been tested for all memory slots I'll definitly be upgrading the BIOS to this. thumb.gif


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Oh man, can't wait for the support for my board to come out... that tpf looks really good after OC'ed

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Oh man, can't wait for the support for my board to come out... that tpf looks really good after OC'ed

I haven't really pushed it any either.
There was a suggested value to start of 220 (10% over 2GHz) so when that went so smoothly I jumped to 227 (13.5% over 2GHz) based on a comment that 230 was a limit for some.
Once I switch to the new server I will probably try higher than 227. Between WUs maybe, just to see.


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Looks like a new and improved version already out, HERE.


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see some of the members there got it to 2.8ghz biggrin.gif

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see some of the members there got it to 2.8ghz biggrin.gif

I don't believe they all started with 2GHz 6128s though. But most Magny Cours don't start out a lot higher.


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I think Grandpa was running 240 block yesterday. He tried 245 but had errors while I was on IRC. tear said yesterday that the new bios would help some people get to 250 block and more stable too. Can anyone one explain in detail how to flash the motherboard?

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I think Grandpa was running 240 block yesterday. He tried 245 but had errors while I was on IRC. tear said yesterday that the new bios would help some people get to 250 block and more stable too. Can anyone one explain in detail how to flash the motherboard?

PM me if you want. I just went through it Sunday.


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