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People! I want to share this with you:
http://www.overclock.net/hard-drives...eeeeeee-d.html
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Nice hard drive performance results. Now lets see If we can get your oc higher!
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So a quick question, in the beginning you didn't really state about the other voltage settings. So should I leave those be or try to mess with those as well?
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Nice hard drive performance results. Now lets see If we can get your oc higher!
Yea, tell me about it!

The reason for switching to a 680i was the RAID savings (no need for a controller) also I knew I'd be able to get more out of my memory and that I did... but I must admit I was hoping and kinds counting on a slightly higher CPU speed than my 3.2GHz from the DS3, and instead I get a 3.147?!?
Can't complain though cause it was a defenite upgrade, no question about it... but come on...

Anyone have an idea why 1799 (449.7) won't even hiccup, completely stable, loving life, cruising line nothing... and then 1800 (450) is completely i-m-p-o-s-s-i-b-l-e?

Robilar, could it have to do with my cooling? Then again if is was cooling it wouldn't be such a defined and specific wall... better ambient temps would lower it and so on...
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Ever since I got these Trojans my PC is gone awol!

I have reformatted the raptors now about 5 times and reinstalled xp.

I have used the WD tools and written 0's to the entire disc etc and the partitioned in xp setup, then installed etc.
Reflashed the bios again.

I get random freezes, software all over the place.

all sorts of error screens popping up.

Something is really messed up.
It has somehow messed with the pc more than being on the hard drives, its there even after formatting and reinstalling.
post #336 of 5659
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Boot sector of the hard drive? That usually requires a low level format (Which can be risky)
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well apparently low level formats only relates to old technology drives ,from what i read.

My pc is messedup right now!

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ouch, that's worse than my Trojan infections... f@#$...
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Damn, i;ve had a couple try to slip in but so far i've been lucky. AVG is my friend. Good luck.

On another note whats the best program to test your hard drives for performance.
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I now use Norton, the best, period. And I got Search and Destroy and Ad-Aware which I run every so often, and I scan 100% of everything before and after I open or unzip.
Norton just caught one... eMule is dangerous.
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