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Thanks for all the info mate

Now this is crazy, i did this a while back and i got at 15x muli around 233bclk, only going increase jumps of BLCK 33. Now i went to see how high i could go again, got it to boot up no worries at BlCK 233 @ 15x, went higher again, same as ages ago fail, went lower to reboot and get cpu-z validation, and it wont do it now. I did every thing except one thing was i forgot to go a dead cold reboot. But was waiting for my 2nd R3E to get back from rma, cause then i'll have to mobo's and fully setup to start some serious benching

Well the R3E back from RMA(bent cpu pin from chuck cloth), sits on 97c ioh, did not notice till 2min after boot up it shutdown, before bootup i looked at all voltages and they were fine. So it has to get rma'ed again, stuck my other R3E in and i lost the first 4 ram slots on it, i dont know what the hell happened, but the rma'ed mobo must had killed my ram and killed my other rampage, or it is the 960 cpu thats been damaged mad.gif. Not game enough to use the 950 cpu to test, it rocks and it cant really be replaced

Oh i got above i thought it was BLCK 216 for the max on the P6T, it must had been BLCK 214, it is hotter now and all i can get is BLCK 212, some where in the i7 950 suicide run section is a link to the BLCK 214, but below was at 24c @ BLCK 212
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2018446
Once i get the bios chip i might go again, but its the only spare mobo i got atm

So every thing is turned upside down for the weekend, and i cant get this board out to volt mod it, every thing was planned for a full on weekend with the pc's. Ordered the bios chips for the P6T, found info too that virtually all the Asus x58 are same bios chips, so only need a few spare bios chips to play with
http://bios-repair.co.uk/ref/Asus.html

Will get back into the volt mod, but it took almost 3mths for the first R3E to return from when it was sent to arriving back

It will be closer to winter i guess by the time things get sorted out, only bright side i can see gunner.gif what a nightmare, ill have a drink or 2 and she'll be great again mate smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by Tigerpaws - 10/1/11 at 6:26pm
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if NB is running at 97C, you dont gotta RMA, just make sure the heatsink is actually touching the chip!

it was a common problem on the Crosshair IV formula heatsink, for sure worth a check
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