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First off, it's positively weird that you and I share so many tech trivia points in common. I, too, had a TI only mine WAS a 99/4A. Got it when I was about 11 years old. Next up, I also have a Gigabyte UD7 (Rev. 1.1) mobo and G.Skill Sniper 1866 (CL10) memory, and yes, I would absolutely recommend you update to the latest F10 bios. It works very well.

I watched your deliberations with interest when you were selecting your mobo. For me it was down to this and the sabertooth, but the black friday deals sold me. I read that Newegg was shipping 1.1, and the price after rebate (not inc tax and shipping) was $155. The snipers were $30 for an 8gb kit - so I have 4X4GB whereas you have 2X8, I think. I asked NCIX to match it, first time they have ever refused me a pm, as it was below their cost!

I'm beginning to think that having 4 sticks is related to my inability to use the 1866 multi, although red said it worked for him with 4 other sticks. I did flash f10, but still no joy. At least I can still get there with the ref oc, but I'd like to try strictly multi oc. I'll try it at 200 ref at some point, either with just 2 sticks or slowing it to 1600. 4.8GHZ was easy, 1.456v load for occt, 1.488v for prime, but so far 5GHZ and even 4.9 have eluded me (yes, even with occt tongue.gif). I'm not maxed out on heat, so I could still add voltage as it was between 1.505 and 1.523 load in my 5GHZ attempts. Where are you so far with your oc?

I bought my TI-99/4 used in 1982, and while I did play a few games of Space Invaders it was mostly to use for a project in my last year at UNB.
Edited by GrinderCAN - 12/24/12 at 5:35am
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The idea that a temp monitor it holding back prime is indeed insane.
And quick tip for Veedo; IBT pushes the CPU harder and hotter then Prime does, even in just a 10-run. Imagine if you ran it for hours like people do for prime. wink.gif

All from my personal experience:
I usally had CPU-Z, HwMonitor, TaskManager and Speedfan running. I closed the first 3 and I got higher socket temps (1-2C) while running p95 128K/160K FFTs. This behaviour was reproducible.

It's hard to believe that IBT gives you higher temps than 128K FFTs in-place does (at least on Vishera). Try it yourself with the custom setting and after 20mins you will see what I mean.
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Just wanted to throw this out there after seeing the discussion briefly about antivirus and cpu cycles. I always exclude any system monitoring or stress testing programs from any type of real time virus protection, but don't exclude them from system scan protection, to try and limit cpu cycles concerning antivirus or I just temporarily disable antivirus when stress testing at times. I have never really ever paid attention to see if antivirus is really real time scanning those programs while running monitoring or stress testing programs, but I just exclude them anyways. You guys maybe doing that already, I just figured I would mention it.
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First off, it's positively weird that you and I share so many tech trivia points in common. I, too, had a TI only mine WAS a 99/4A. Got it when I was about 11 years old. Next up, I also have a Gigabyte UD7 (Rev. 1.1) mobo and G.Skill Sniper 1866 (CL10) memory, and yes, I would absolutely recommend you update to the latest F10 bios. It works very well.

I watched your deliberations with interest when you were selecting your mobo. For me it was down to this and the sabertooth, but the black friday deals sold me. I read that Newegg was shipping 1.1, and the price after rebate (not inc tax and shipping) was $155. The snipers were $30 for an 8gb kit - so I have 4X4GB whereas you have 2X8, I think. I asked NCIX to match it, first time they have ever refused me a pm, as it was below their cost!

I'm beginning to think that having 4 sticks is related to my inability to use the 1866 multi, although red said it worked for him with 4 other sticks. I did flash f10, but still no joy. At least I can still get there with the ref oc, but I'd like to try strictly multi oc. I'll try it at 200 ref at some point, either with just 2 sticks or slowing it to 1600. 4.8GHZ was easy, 1.456v load for occt, 1.488v for prime, but so far 5GHZ and even 4.9 have eluded me (yes, even with occt tongue.gif). I'm not maxed out on heat, so I could still add voltage as it was between 1.505 and 1.523 load in my 5GHZ attempts. Where are you so far with your oc?

I bought my TI-99/4 used in 1982, and while I did play a few games of Space Invaders it was mostly to use for a project in my last year at UNB.



********Correction********
I looked in my UD7 review folder and it was indeed only two sticks that the 1866MHz RAM worked with. four was Ref OC'd.
Sorry I had you chasing your tail Grinder redface.gif



....I had a TI 99/4A....Oregon Trail!
Edited by Red1776 - 12/24/12 at 9:15am
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Mr-mechraven had some great points in his post about stability testing. There is a gremlin that will pop out in the 30 - 40 pass area , have had it happen several times when lowering voltages on 50 pass runs.
Kyad - I thought the 990FX had an improved version of IOMMU, thanks for catching that and correcting it.
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********Correction********
I looked in my UD7 review folder and it was indeed only two sticks that the 1866MHz RAM worked with. four was Ref OC'd.
Sorry I had you chasing your tail Grinder redface.gif

....I had a TI 99/4A....Oregon Trail!

No problem red, thanks for following up.

16 bits FTW! cool.gif

And thanks to Kyad and Tarnix for the info.
Edited by GrinderCAN - 12/24/12 at 10:22am
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Very nice Christmas Eve present, courtesy of Fedex.

RMA came in, new 1244 Time Stamped processor.
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Merry Christmas all since I wont be around much the next while. Ive decided to go with the Asus Sabertooth rev 2.0 to replace my M5A97 rev 1.0 board. Hopefully Ill be able to pull off a higher OC on my FX 8350 with the good power phase and digi power stuff. Decision was mostly based the fact the Gigabyte boards are ugly as sin and I have always had a good experience with any and all Asus products.
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Merry Christmas all since I wont be around much the next while. Ive decided to go with the Asus Sabertooth rev 2.0 to replace my M5A97 rev 1.0 board. Hopefully Ill be able to pull off a higher OC on my FX 8350 with the good power phase and digi power stuff. Decision was mostly based the fact the Gigabyte boards are ugly as sin and I have always had a good experience with any and all Asus products.


Are you nuts!?
...This is a thing of beauty: tongue.gifbiggrin.gif:D


Merry Christmas Twitch biggrin.gif
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Are you nuts!?
...This is a thing of beauty: tongue.gifbiggrin.gif:D

Merry Christmas Twitch biggrin.gif

Yea but it doesnt have the digi power or uefi bios does it?
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