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post #5121 of 8112
you try rma your board now? i think if they rma your board you can make good htpc with that board and use some athlon cheap cpu
post #5122 of 8112
cpu voltage and CPU/NB and NB voltage are 3 diffrent things alot of pople run it as auto
post #5123 of 8112
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cpu voltage and CPU/NB and NB voltage are 3 diffrent things alot of pople run it as auto

CPU Voltage 1.47volts
CPU/NB set to Auto
NB 1.8volts

I don't think I fried my anything else I hope
post #5124 of 8112
on you cpu is fine Im 99% sure thier is 2 paths of voltage to the cpu the Vcore and the CPU/NB beter know as IMC (Internal Menory Controler) you can jack the NB voltage as high as it can go its not going to the cpu Vcore and CPU/NB dose go to the cpu
post #5125 of 8112
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on you cpu is fine Im 99% sure thier is 2 paths of voltage to the cpu the Vcore and the CPU/NB beter know as IMC (Internal Menory Controler) you can jack the NB voltage as high as it can go its not going to the cpu Vcore and CPU/NB dose go to the cpu

Thanks you put me at ease a bit. I only messed with 2 voltages CPU and NB. Phew! Least im getting a better Motherboard of the deal hehe
post #5126 of 8112
Ok, first of all why on earth where you putting that much voltage to the 990FX chip? You should not need anything past 1.3v on the 990FX NB

In my experience you almost NEVER need to apply more voltage to the Chipset NB for stability. Not inless you are doing some unholy suicide runs.
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post #5127 of 8112
FYI on the sabertooth I can push my NB to 1.85 before its on the edge and the Sabertooth is on the same level as CH V with out the fancy paint job and the extra programs
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Ok, first of all why on earth where you putting that much voltage to the 990FX chip? You should not need anything past 1.3v on the 990FX NB
In my experience you almost NEVER need to apply more voltage to the Chipset NB for stability. Not inless you are doing some unholy suicide runs.

Yep learned a hard lesson today to not touch NB voltages.....
post #5129 of 8112
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FYI on the sabertooth I can push my NB to 1.85 before its on the edge and the Sabertooth is on the same level as CH V with out the fancy paint job and the extra programs

I wanted something with a better touch bios interface for overclocking I didn't like the gigabyte version of touch bios. So you suggest I go with saber tooth instead.
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FYI on the sabertooth I can push my NB to 1.85 before its on the edge and the Sabertooth is on the same level as CH V with out the fancy paint job and the extra programs

Why are you pushing the NB that far?

Also the Sabertooths are actually a higher quality then the Crosshair Series, but the CH's do have more features.
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