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THEN YOU CAN SAY OK i HAVE GOOD SYSTEM FOR OVERCLOCKING AND START.
I agree with you in principle. This motherboard does reward patience and perseverance. I got some very good results with the board, but that doesn't stop it from being a royal pain in the backside!

If you don't need SLI then there are MUCH better options available. I've just downgraded to a P35 board and have not looked back. Everything is just so easy and hassle-free.
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dervman, what are your temps for your bridges after applying those fans? Also, what are your cpu temps and your voltages for all?
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Hey guy sorry this is a bit off topic,

But i just plugged in one of my raptor HD via a sata port. (Think it was hot swappable) and everything has now turned off and won't switch on again. It all lights up (ie the green light on the board) But nothing happens when i switch the power button


booo hooo ;(
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Well I finally replaced my stock heatpipes with a thermaltake extreme spirit 2 on the NB and a Thermalright HR-05 SLI/IFX on the SB.

Since I'm not on Sli, the HR-05 managed to clear my 8800gts that is cooled by a HR-03 Plus.

Unfortunately, I have to put on some cheapo copper sinks on the mosfets while I wait for the thermalright HR-09 mosfet coolers. The damn copper sinks keep falling off due to their heavy weight... damn i wish those thermalrights can get here faster...

Anyway the thing is, the TT extreme spirit is scalding hot! It's so hot that I'm beginning to wonder whether it's enough for my northbridge...
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By hot do u meen u cant keep ure hand on it for longer than 10 seconds ?
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Well I finally replaced my stock heatpipes with a thermaltake extreme spirit 2 on the NB and a Thermalright HR-05 SLI/IFX on the SB.

Since I'm not on Sli, the HR-05 managed to clear my 8800gts that is cooled by a HR-03 Plus.

Unfortunately, I have to put on some cheapo copper sinks on the mosfets while I wait for the thermalright HR-09 mosfet coolers. The damn copper sinks keep falling off due to their heavy weight... damn i wish those thermalrights can get here faster...

Anyway the thing is, the TT extreme spirit is scalding hot! It's so hot that I'm beginning to wonder whether it's enough for my northbridge...
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By hot do u meen u cant keep ure hand on it for longer than 10 seconds ?

yes it become too hot and thats why I place a 40 mm fan right behind it .
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dervman, what are your temps for your bridges after applying those fans? Also, what are your cpu temps and your voltages for all?
I don't know what the exact bridge temperatures were because I didn't have any software that could read those values.

However, I did attach a probe to the southbridge and it read about 55 degrees. Using that as a baseline, I would say the northbridge was around 40 degrees. It was hot to the touch, but not uncomfortably so, which the southbridge was. Adding the fan to the northbridge made a big difference, before that I couldn't touch the heatsink for more than about 5 seconds. It's worth noting that the southbridge fan didn't make much difference.

Normally I ran at 333x9. VCPU was 1.2v (it read 1.18v in windows). VNB needed 1.25v to survive orthos for more than an hour. Everything else was auto/lowest.

The highest I ran was 389x9, which was the max I could get could get from the chip. VCPU was 1.6v, VNB needed 1.3v.

I found the VNB needed 1.4v to get much over 400FSB and the VSB also needed boosting a notch. Then it just seemed to hit a wall at 490FSB where adding more voltage anywhere made things hotter but didn't let it run any faster.
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Yea the board is capable of 450+ FSB.

Im Currently running 462.5 FSB on a 8 multi for 3.7ghz 24/7.
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its very little i know but i got to 3.656GHz@975fsb with dram 390MHz I ran orthos for 8 hours and 37 minutes and it does not error or crash on me, if I go higher I crash or get errors, friday ima try to pick up 2 of the spirits II, a zaleman 9700 and hopefully the pc store has mosfets or can order some mosfets for me. Then maybe i can raise voltages more and get higher clocks,

For now I took a small fan and placed it in front of the northbridge " i know that will not cut it to keeping temps down like a spirit II"...

EDIT: I anna get a new psu, in the near furture I might be running 2 8800 in SLI but I wanna get a psu now, which would be a good reference for a new psu that will be able to handle a quad core and SLI?

Thanx
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EDIT: I anna get a new psu, in the near furture I might be running 2 8800 in SLI but I wanna get a psu now, which would be a good reference for a new psu that will be able to handle a quad core and SLI?

Thanx
I have OCZ GameXStream 850Watt and I don't have any problem with it.It's so quiet and also have Blue led on it.

I just can suggest you it's better that you don't buy PSU with cable management because I hear that they have abit problem with providing clear voltage because you should plug the cable to your PSU.
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