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I fold at 4.208 on a 1090t. so, I win.
Yeah well you have a MSI board, so you lose.
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post #1862 of 2140
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Yeah well you have a MSI board, so you lose.
if my msi board is making more ppd than yours, i still win.. even though i had to rma my first one, they sent me a new one in a week and its been folding like a champ for 9 months now. also, folding at 1.55v+ probably wasn't a good idea, but i finally accepted that i couldn't get folding stable at 4.3.

people can knock msi all they want, but i've been a fan for a long time, and have had mostly good experiences with their products and excellent customer service and support from them.
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post #1863 of 2140
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Yeah well you have a MSI board, so you lose.
why would that be? My MSI boards are great
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Originally Posted by eloverton2 View Post
if my msi board is making more ppd than yours, i still win.. even though i had to rma my first one, they sent me a new one in a week and its been folding like a champ for 9 months now. also, folding at 1.55v+ probably wasn't a good idea, but i finally accepted that i couldn't get folding stable at 4.3.

people can knock msi all they want, but i've been a fan for a long time, and have had mostly good experiences with their products and excellent customer service and support from them.
MSI makes good boards, its just that xd_1771 has some hate for them (I actually think he may work for a competitor) and made that stupid fear mongering VRM horror stories thread to make everyone else hate them
    
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Clearly your MSI is on RMA...
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Clearly your MSI is on RMA...
its back, and it only took like 4 days, Im not too salty about that
    
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its back, and it only took like 4 days, Im not too salty about that
But the fact you had to RMA it in the first place kinda proves his point (to a degree)...
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Yep... its like saying I got run over today but eh... 4 days in the hospital only!
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lol. i've had asus boards go out too- its unrealistic to expect board makers to get every product perfect especially when they move such high volume. also, in the latest generation i think they have addressed the vrm issue (waiting on official verdict when dozer finally arrives)
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lol. i've had asus boards go out too- its unrealistic to expect board makers to get every product perfect especially when they move such high volume. also, in the latest generation i think they have addressed the vrm issue (waiting on official verdict when dozer finally arrives)
I think your right about the VRM's. The 990FXA-GD80 sports 8+2 Phase with SFC's and DrMos, so it should be pretty well set for anything.
Although there is absolutely nothing wrong with the VRM's on my 790FX-GD70....
    
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So, got a bit of an update. Got back yesterday, and decided to go OC a bit rather than come back here.

I can get the CPU stable at 4Ghz (and under 55°C) for a3 WUs pretty easily, but they eventually crash on the a4s. For 3.9Ghz, I can get it stable for all WUs, but it needs more than 1.5v. While it's in around 56°C, I'm not comfortable with that high a voltage.

So, I worked on the RAM instead... seems it's got more potential than we thought. It's pretty stable now at 1600Mhz, and I dropped a couple of the timings too. Since the timings don't have much of an impact on normal SMP, I won't worry about them until -bigadv is working.

And on that note, I got Mint 11... rubbish. For a "lightweight" OS, there was a lot of crap on it.
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