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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

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post #3601 of 10111
Mine does the same on my R2.0 on 1201
post #3602 of 10111
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Originally Posted by bmgjet View Post

Mine does the same on my R2.0 on 1201

And is this a regular behaviour? Because, now I just simply don't know, if I select Ungage Memory Mode will it work using this mode. Like I wrote, both AIDA and CPU-z show that the mode is set to Dual. :/

One more question:
I hit 4.0 GHz today just to check what is the minimum voltage to boot and run (not necessarily stable) for my CPU.
Well, with LLC set on Ultra High (120%) and CPU\NB on High (110%) it booted. It needed 1.280 V and under load 1.293 (almost 1.3). It wasn't stable though.

What is yours min Vcore and CPU\NB V to run this chip (Zambezi) without any errors?
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post #3603 of 10111
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Have you noticed this. I got 1604 BIOS release and when I try to enable Unganged Memory Mode (64-bit) I got in CPUz and AIDA the information that the system works in DUAL mode 128-bit jealoussmiley.gif
I have tried both options I mean enabling this option and disabling and the result was still the same.

Is this a problem with BIOS or I just simply don't know sth how FX Bulldozers work?

i dont get your point...

both ganged and unganged are dual channel (as far as i know)... but unganged mode, will access both of your ram sticks at the same time with a 64bit bandwidth...

ganged mode will is dual channel too... but it will access one ram stick at a time with a 128bit bandwidth...
     
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post #3604 of 10111
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i dont get your point...
both ganged and unganged are dual channel (as far as i know)... but unganged mode, will access both of your ram sticks at the same time with a 64bit bandwidth...

ganged mode will is dual channel too... but it will access one ram stick at a time with a 128bit bandwidth...

Yeap! You are absolutely right. They are both dual channel, but when I set in Bios Unganged Mode (64-bits) to enabled I get the information from AIDA that it works in 128-bit Dual Channel mode.
Is this more clear now? wink.gif

One more question. smile.gif Have you got your memory set to Channel Interleaving and Bank Interleaving on ? Both are enabled?
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post #3605 of 10111
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Yeap! You are absolutely right. They are both dual channel, but when I set in Bios Unganged Mode (64-bits) to enabled I get the information from AIDA that it works in 128-bit Dual Channel mode.
Is this more clear now? wink.gif
One more question. smile.gif Have you got your memory set to Channel Interleaving and Bank Interleaving on ? Both are enabled?

well... i think AIDA i sgiving you those readings because it is accessing BOTH sticks at the same time... and since each channel has a 64bit bandwidth.. both of them are 128bit... im just wild guessing here...

and for your other question.. i leave that in default... as they came... i have really NO idea of their functions haha... so i better dont mess with that...
     
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post #3606 of 10111
quick question.
finally putting the machine together........2 Radeon 6950 HD's in crossfire.
which we all know takes up 2 of the outslots(?)...whatever they are called. Since its not a wireless board, I need to install a wireless nic card. The lynksus wm9600n card. Since I have only two slots open, i tried to install this in each different slot. It doesn't fit/go in either slot. Am I doing something wrong? Not real happy about having to install this card so close to the graphics cards, but have no choice.

Any ideas, or tips that I should be doing?

TIA

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post #3607 of 10111
never mind....the bottom card covers up the pci slot.Now what do I do for wireless? Run another router? Already have one in the house.
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Every time I try to install TurboV evo I get the 'does not support this board' message. Any ideas?
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post #3609 of 10111
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never mind....the bottom card covers up the pci slot.Now what do I do for wireless? Run another router? Already have one in the house.

do you want your mobo to have wireless? try a usb wi-fi thingy...
     
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post #3610 of 10111
thankx....guess thats what I will have to do.
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