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post #21 of 24
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ok you replied while i was making long post smile.gif What bios you on? Go 1.6v and slowly clock upwards. Should be ok til 5GHz or 5.2GHz. 1.65v would be the most i'd do at that temp 24/7.

nemesis please help

i had the 3027 bios in my system from the other night wrong bios for phenom II that was for BD but it ran really good with ram timmings just could not goto manual in the offset areas, i switched to 2002bios
now i can unlock the offsets and go manual input:
heres what i have now bios 2002: crosshairIV extreme 1100T

extreme ov....Disabled
cpu voltage..4.5 volts
cpu / nb voltage 1.28750 volts
cpu vdda....auto
dram....1.65 volts
HT voltage...1.28750 volts

? NB voltage...AUTO showing in bios 1.124 volts
? NB 1.8 voltage AUTO....showing in bios 1.802 volts

this is the part i need guidence the noth bridges voltages......thanks
Edited by EagleOne - 1/10/12 at 4:29pm
post #22 of 24
NB voltage = 1.2v-1.3v, I have run 1.25v I have run 1.3v it just depends on clocks. Set the 1.8V NB to auto and let the bios handle it. I've lowered this voltage personally to reduce heat but your on single stage.
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post #23 of 24
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nemesis,

im running the 3027 bios its for crosshairIV extreme...but for BD...
its running very good, my auto memory timmings are:
8 8 8 20 27.....1T
i guess this has something to do with memory control on the new bios?

normally with other bios its
999 24 27

basically my ocz memory is 8 9 8 30
its running very good with the bd bios no problems at all very stable, do you see any reasons why not to run this 3027 ?


BTW: if i just give the offsets in the bios a little bump+
like on the cpu/nb and cpu, does this give it a little more voltages?

thanks
thanks nemesis
Edited by EagleOne - 1/11/12 at 3:07pm
post #24 of 24
If you like how the system is performing then of course stay with the bios. I seldom use offset voltage when clocking at 5GHz because the added voltage range it allows in uncessary.
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