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1.55 for 4ghz! Oh crap, you'll need luck! Good luck man biggrin.gif

It is possible that once I tweak with some other settings I may get slightly lower Vcore on my CPU at that clock which is the first thing I am going to try to stabilize. I will be able to answer to question during the whole process as I will have my Laptop turned on during the process. Hell I may even try the whole ROG connect thing just because I can. lachen.gif
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can't decide what sound card to get. i am not looking at spending a fortune. rightnow i set everything back to original values (4GHz @ 1.42V) cause i need some noise.redface.gif

I'd say something XFI. It's really one of the only options out there, and from my past XFI experience, the sound card is MILES ahead of any onboard solution. I miss my xfi. When I upgraded this system way, way back in the day, one of the caps got stuck on my shirt and ripped it off, since then it never worked. frown.gif

I really want to buy another one, but will probably wait until I get get a receiver.
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Thanks @ozzy983
I have my HT at 2100 something MHz, when I try running it at 2400 it just won't boot unless I drop down the CPUNB to the same value. I guess it's no problem though if it doesn't affect my performance.
I'm just trying to get the most out of my RAM, currently running it at these settings:
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Is the GB/s the average for this kind of setting?

It's looking good enough. One of the key areas to look at is the latency. The lower it is, the faster the system will feel.
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I'd say something XFI. It's really one of the only options out there, and from my past XFI experience, the sound card is MILES ahead of any onboard solution. I miss my xfi. When I upgraded this system way, way back in the day, one of the caps got stuck on my shirt and ripped it off, since then it never worked. frown.gif
I really want to buy another one, but will probably wait until I get get a receiver.
It's looking good enough. One of the key areas to look at is the latency. The lower it is, the faster the system will feel.

thanks, ozzy.
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I'd say something XFI. It's really one of the only options out there, and from my past XFI experience, the sound card is MILES ahead of any onboard solution. I miss my xfi. When I upgraded this system way, way back in the day, one of the caps got stuck on my shirt and ripped it off, since then it never worked. frown.gif
I really want to buy another one, but will probably wait until I get get a receiver.
It's looking good enough. One of the key areas to look at is the latency. The lower it is, the faster the system will feel.
Thanks. Are there any other ways of lowering the latency?
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Any update on this little side project?

ozzy/fateful,

how is this one . . .

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829132013
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ozzy/fateful,
how is this one . . .
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829132013

mhhh, never used a Asus soundcard here. for sound i always used a Creative soundcard. (okey it costs a bit more but they produce quality sound so it was worth it.) then again that was a while ago,seems asus and Creative soundcards cost about the same these days.

question though: is it really worth it to get a soundcard just to achiev a bit higher OC, or are you playing music all day long and do you want the best sound possible. (i play music all day long,thats why i got a Creative soundcard) but if its just to achiev a bit higher OC, then personally i find it a waste of money. just my thoughts on it though.
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mhhh, never used a Asus soundcard here. for sound i always used a Creative soundcard. (okey it costs a bit more but they produce quality sound so it was worth it.) then again that was a while ago,seems asus and Creative soundcards cost about the same these days.
question though: is it really worth it to get a soundcard just to achiev a bit higher OC, or are you playing music all day long and do you want the best sound possible. (i play music all day long,thats why i got a Creative soundcard) but if its just to achiev a bit higher OC, then personally i find it a waste of money. just my thoughts on it though.

thanks Fried. i saw a creative one - i think i'll go get it.

i was thinking of lowering my vcore. for 4.0 @ 6 i need 1.42. if i can lower that to 1.38v, then it is worth it.

i tried 4.2 and it works at 1.43v (1.46v before) but i have not run prime. actually 4GHz is plenty for what i do and play.

thanks for the tip.

edit: i only got an x140 spkrs. this should do . . .

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829102003
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ozzy/fateful,
how is this one . . .
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829132013

Man if you would have noticed my post on the last page you would gotten an amazing deal on a creative sound card, If the interface is right for your application may I suggest this Omega Striker 7.1 or creative sound blaster?

HT Omega: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829271001

Creative SB: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829102044


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Lol just thought for a moment, If you wanted to you could save up a little more and get a Crosshair IV(or) V Formula motherboard and they have built in Creative sound cards.
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Man if you would have noticed my post on the last page you would gotten an amazing deal on a creative sound card, If the interface is right for your application may I suggest this Omega Striker 7.1 or creative sound blaster?
HT Omega: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829271001

Creative SB: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829102044
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Lol just thought for a moment, If you wanted to you could save up a little more and get a Crosshair IV(or) V Formula motherboard and they have built in Creative sound cards.

i did check the one you recommended but i had problems with refurbished stuff with egg in the past. the reason why i want a card is to replace and disable onboard audio. it seems doing so helps to attain a lower vcore for the same clocks.
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i would get the striker. i have had the sb, and currently own the xonar 7.1, but the striker is above it even.. my xonar has been my best yet, but i have been thinking about upgrading it. ofcourse i do a ton of music and vid as well.
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