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Yes well some people like to mock other people just to make them self feel better and that is kinda childish if you ask me but its ok.

And i agree that my methods of stability is not 100% save and maintain 100% stability but for gaming (what i mostly do now) it is performing great and with my cooler now i simply cannot be prime stable because of the high temperature witch my cooler can't cope with.

Also i do not see any point of prime stable because with my settings now i do not have any problems and if i run prime i am sure it hits near 70c so that is why i do not do that.

I can do prime at 4.8 maybe but i want 5ghz and that is why i am looking for parts of getting an custom water loop that will maintain my high overclocks.

And i totally agree with that name calling stuff because this is the first thread i have problems with, i am at MSI forms, dutch forms and never had any problems before, and yes i do agree that i was little overheated by some people and that was because i spend a lot of time in my pc and in my opinion it performs very good and get pretty high scores as you can see in my profile on here and it is not cool and nice if some people bash on others stuff for no reason at all and call you fake or what so ever.

You seems to be an very reasonable man with a good set of brains and social capabilities, i am sure we can learn a lot from you sir thumb.gif
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post #15392 of 67244
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Yes well some people like to mock other people just to make them self feel better and that is kinda childish if you ask me but its ok.

And i agree that my methods of stability is not 100% save and maintain 100% stability but for gaming (what i mostly do now) it is performing great and with my cooler now i simply cannot be prime stable because of the high temperature witch my cooler can't cope with.

Also i do not see any point of prime stable because with my settings now i do not have any problems and if i run prime i am sure it hits near 70c so that is why i do not do that.

I can do prime at 4.8 maybe but i want 5ghz and that is why i am looking for parts of getting an custom water loop that will maintain my high overclocks.

And i totally agree with that name calling stuff because this is the first thread i have problems with, i am at MSI forms, dutch forms and never had any problems before, and yes i do agree that i was little overheated by some people and that was because i spend a lot of time in my pc and in my opinion it performs very good and get pretty high scores as you can see in my profile on here and it is not cool and nice if some people bash on others stuff for no reason at all and call you fake or what so ever.

You seems to be an very reasonable man with a good set of brains and social capabilities, i am sure we can learn a lot from you sir thumb.gif


We all have our issues. It's only computers NOT bread on the table or rent. Live and let live. Look what happens at FIFA games in Europe and South America. people get killed in riots over BS! If we have to give our lives do it for something that will benefit the whole world.. People tend to internalize all the crap they have to take on the job, in their business dealings and let it out online to people they really don't know. hey I have been guilty of the same at times, mostly years back. Better let that enmity vaporize and have a comradery here. There is so much joy I have seen on this forum at times. I really enjoy that aspect of the club.
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Congrats man, can i give ya some advice? dont have more than 2 rolleyes.gif i have 4 kids and its a nightmare. Our youngest is 13 months old :rolleyes:quote]




Haha, noted. BTW this one is our 2nd and our last, I will be fixed of that lol. I waited till I was 34 to have my first, and I will be 36 for the 2nd.
 
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Haha, noted. BTW this one is our 2nd and our last, I will be fixed of that lol. I waited till I was 34 to have my first, and I will be 36 for the 2nd.




i was 30 i think for my first....i never had a steady girlfriend til then haha, i was lucky and had some great female love buddies, i was happy with that and so were they biggrin.gif
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After attempting to raise my OC I too found my almost 3 yr old HX750 is NOT up to the job to push this chip with even 1.59v vcore under load. Running a quick IBT/AVX caused a complete black out after only a few seconds. I about crapped my pants lol.

VID is 1.325v. This chip is either a voltage pig (OCCT stable @ 1.488v, but takes 1.528v for P95) or perhaps this PSU has been an issue all along. Anyone have any thoughts? I have to wonder if a bigger PSU will be of any use in OCing this chip further than 4813MHz. My first thoughts are yes it may especially after reading how others can run SLI and OC on a 750w.

Storm, you could always pass that stuff along just a bit north of you lol biggrin.gif


Your not very far away haha!!
 
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post #15396 of 67244
What do I need to do to stabilize my G-Skill 2133 RAM above 1866 ?

Whenever I raise it above 1866 I get memtest86 errors

Is my RAM faulty ? I've tried OCing the 8350 using the FSB @ 230 hoping that would OC the IMC enough to handle the 2133 RAM, but apparently not, errors almost right away, NB & HT @ 2200, 2400 and 2600 but still no joy

@ 1866 I pass memtest86 fine
Edited by magicdave26 - 6/2/13 at 3:40pm
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What do I need to do to stabilize my G-Skill 2133 RAM above 1866 ?

Whenever I raise it above 1866 I get memtest86 errors

Is my RAM faulty ? I've tried OCing the 8350 using the FSB @ 230 hoping that would OC the IMC enough to handle the 2133 RAM, but apparently not, errors almost right away, NB & HT @ 2200, 2400 and 2600 but still no joy

@ 1866 I pass memtest86 fine

whats the dram voltage you have set in bios dude

Pls add your rig to your sig then we know what ya got thumb.gif
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post #15398 of 67244
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whats the dram voltage you have set in bios dude

Pls add your rig to your sig then we know what ya got thumb.gif

Will do smile.gif

Its @ 1.6v in the BIOS


EDIT - Where is the sig editor ? lol
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Will do smile.gif

Its @ 1.6v in the BIOS


EDIT - Where is the sig editor ? lol

In your profile scroll to bottom and ull see rigs smile.gif
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How do you get 2400 out of your NB? the best i can do is 2250. more then that and i start seeing BSOD. how much voltage should i give the NB to stabilize at 2400?
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