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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

Poll expired: Jul 11, 2011  
  • 0% (1)
    Asus M5A97evo
  • 0% (1)
    Asus M5A99Xevo
  • 49% (58)
    Asus Sabertooth 990fx
  • 31% (37)
    Asus Crosshair V Formula / Thunderbolt
  • 0% (1)
    Biostar TA-990FXE
  • 12% (15)
    Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD7
  • 4% (5)
    MSI 990FXA-GD80
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post #261 of 10135
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Originally Posted by SBN1977 View Post
Very cool man about your daughter, my daughter lives with and I'm a single father, so I wish you the best of luck, Thanks for the info about setting, now get some sleep for that drive.
as I said not going till morning now so I got time to help kinda need to change out my res as well got a crack in it (crying at crack in FrozenQ res)

but just ask away I am up for a bit
post #262 of 10135
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about the same as I just wrote him, I know it is hard to understand but think of this ASUS really did a good job on the auto settings on this board as I was at first not even willing to believe in my last ASUS board was stable at same speed but with more volts and not 100% like this board just takes a little time and we will all learn some new cool stuff
Running at 3717MHz now. Thanks.Stable for 5 minutes of linpack
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post #263 of 10135
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Running at 3717MHz now. Thanks.Stable for 5 minutes of linpack
is that all you wanted 3.7? how about your cpu/nb? where you at on that? life for a AMD start's and can be made to open eyes up when you get that up out of the 2000 basement
post #264 of 10135
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wow, easiest way is to just up cpu voltage a little, auto oc, up voltage alittle, auto oc again etc, auto oc will give you higher clocks depending on how much voltage you give the cpu, you should be able to go to 4, although 3.7s ok for now
post #265 of 10135
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Originally Posted by THC Butterz View Post
wow, easiest way is to just up cpu voltage a little, auto oc, up voltage alittle, auto oc again etc, auto oc will give you higher clocks depending on how much voltage you give the cpu, you should be able to go to 4, although 3.7s ok for now
no it was not just about getting there it was learning why it does andI just got another palmetto bug on me I can't stand them dam things!!!!!!!!!!!! Why are they coming in my house?????? I don' ever remember them being this bad even in FL wow
post #266 of 10135
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no it was not just about getting there it was learning why it does andI just got another palmetto bug on me I can't stand them dam things!!!!!!!!!!!! Why are they coming in my house?????? I don' ever remember them being this bad even in FL wow
"palmetto bug" is off topic lol
Edited by THC Butterz - 6/23/11 at 9:10pm
post #267 of 10135
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"palmetto bug" is off topic lol
you get one on you in the middle of typing and see how long you stay on topic lol, dam things are creepy and they have no fear they will come right up on you and walk around on your legs and such god I hate them gross!!!! sorry guys that is one thing I can't stand and rant about BUGS anything with more than four legs is gross or bad like wolf spiders or brown recluse and not so piousness but just as creepy palmetto BUGS. HATE HATE HATE em
post #268 of 10135
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you get one on you in the middle of typing and see how long you stay on topic lol, dam things are creepy and they have no fear they will come right up on you and walk around on your legs and such god I hate them gross!!!! sorry guys that is one thing I can't stand and rant about BUGS anything with more than four legs is gross or bad like wolf spiders or brown recluse and not so piousness but just as creepy palmetto BUGS. HATE HATE HATE em
post #269 of 10135
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as I said not going till morning now so I got time to help kinda need to change out my res as well got a crack in it (crying at crack in FrozenQ res)

but just ask away I am up for a bit
Amzing, lol. Just changing CPU power, and CPU duty, passed 3 runs of 06 and 3 runs of vantage, also BurnInTest Pro, and about 15min of AIDA64, shut it down myself. I set voltage a bit higher than I thought I needed, but can always go back, before those changes, I coudnt pass much of anything so thanks big time. Have a +12 offset on core temp. I know what I ran doesnt mean I'm 100% stable, but at the same time your not going to pass all those test strait without being close, so thats good enough for now

Edited by SBN1977 - 6/23/11 at 10:34pm
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post #270 of 10135
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Originally Posted by THC Butterz View Post
wow, easiest way is to just up cpu voltage a little, auto oc, up voltage alittle, auto oc again etc, auto oc will give you higher clocks depending on how much voltage you give the cpu, you should be able to go to 4, although 3.7s ok for now
It won't go past 3.7, at least not on air. I ran OCCT and had it go stable for 1 hour, now I overclocked the NB to 2613 and am testing again.

Power management automatically drops the clock speed, but it stays at max voltage all the time. How can I change that? It's running way too hot at idle like this at 1.55v.
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