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when I did my 5.0Ghz run I push it to 1.85 and ram to 2400Mhz
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when I did my 5.0Ghz run I push it to 1.85 and ram to 2400Mhz

Considering the 990FX Chipset voltage is 1.1 (default) that is a huge jump.

I envy your ability to afford new hardware.
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when I did my 5.0Ghz run I push it to 1.85 and ram to 2400Mhz

Considering the 990FX Chipset voltage is 1.1 (default) that is a huge jump.

I envy your ability to afford new hardware.

Well it's not something I want to do, I can tell you that! I will be asking more questions when I go to overclock it with the new motherboard.

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Ive bought this board back in Nov Ive had 3 diffrent cpu's in it I havent blowen anything before this board I had a CH 3 sold it on before that a ASUS M2N-SLI its still rockin sold it to my nabor and I retiered in Nov of last year and this is what I do alot bench
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**** I was actually wrong a little bit on the voltages the NB was only 1.180volts. I still think it was too much on stock heatsink to cool because its the only change I made right before it wouldn't turn back on.
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Well sir that just sounds supper excessive, glad nothing has fried on you though.

My oldest thats still in service is my Asus K8N Nforce 250 (8 years old to date, used daily) religated to media use since 2010, I happen to hold the Ref clock record on it over on HWBot.org, I just guess you and I have two vastly different approaches to OCing smile.gif
http://hwbot.org/submission/2104986_lordred_reference_clock_k8n_e_297.05_mhz
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and I need to clear this up 2 diffrent settings NB 1.8 voltage I run up to 1.85 NB Vcore I top ot at 1.2 stock is 1.17
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**** I was actually wrong a little bit on the voltages the NB was only 1.180volts. I still think it was too much on stock heatsink to cool because its the only change I made right before it wouldn't turn back on.
did you tried cmos?
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and I need to clear this up 2 diffrent settings NB 1.8 voltage I run up to 1.85 NB Vcore I top ot at 1.2 stock is 1.17

That is very confusing, you are saying your board can run up to 1.85v but you only USE up to 1.20?
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did you tried cmos?

Yes 1st thing I did. Power goes to the Motherboard for a split sec and then turns off. mad.gif
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