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I'm glad somebody set bigkahuna360 straight. The OP's 620W Seasonic is probably better than the 700w OCZ he is using. Either way, it was completely unnecessary, and off topic to suggest he needed a new PSU.

[edit] ok, maybe not better, that was a little harsh on the OCZ, but just as good probably.

Anyway, how'd things turn out?

Are you still running your RAM at 1.65v? If so you may need to raise your vtt up to stay within .5v, I've seen a lot of guides recommend this. I don't have RAM that needs that much voltage, so I don't know from experience.
Edited by anubis1127 - 8/16/11 at 1:23pm
post #42 of 44
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Originally Posted by anubis1127 View Post
I'm glad somebody set bigkahuna360 straight. The OP's 620W Seasonic is probably better than the 700w OCZ he is using. Either way, it was completely unnecessary, and off topic to suggest he needed a new PSU.

[edit] ok, maybe not better, that was a little harsh on the OCZ, but just as good probably.

Anyway, how'd things turn out?

Are you still running your RAM at 1.65v? If so you may need to raise your vtt up to stay within .5v, I've seen a lot of guides recommend this. I don't have RAM that needs that much voltage, so I don't know from experience.
1. That wasnt a nice thing to say
2. His PSU probably is better I literally hate mine, but dont have the money for a change.
3. Dont be easy on OCZ their PSUs are loud as hell.

EDIT: Also dont want to start another fight but the PSU was one of the things stated in the OP...
Edited by bigkahuna360 - 8/16/11 at 4:25pm
     
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haha you guys are cool. i got my rig running at 4.4MHz, on 1.250 volts. the temps are around 50 to 56 degrees on the ASUS sensor, and 60 to 67 on real temp. My DRAM frequency is around 933.6MHz approx. I tried to change the multiplier to 4.6 voltage to 1.75 but crashed. For now this is the longest stability i can get up to with my cooler. I got a BSOD once but that was because of my Vertex 3 SSD which everyone knows has issues. Can you guys tell me depending on my cooler as well if its possible to go a little higher and keep it under 60 degrees without crashing and wont kill my cpu. If not this would be fine =]
Edited by darkdas - 8/17/11 at 1:26am
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post #44 of 44
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quick question. I want to put another fan on my 212+. i got one PWM on one side but with only one PWM 4 pin on my motherboard. I noticed i got a CHA_FAN and its a 4 pin also. Is the CHA_FAN for motherboard temperatures only? because i wouldnt want to have one PWM and a 3 pin fan on my cooler, rather have 2 PWM fans.

UPDATE: i would have to buy a 4-Pin PWM Fan Y-Adapter Power Cable to run two just found out.
Edited by darkdas - 8/17/11 at 8:56am
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