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Steelballz, have you had any RAM die on you with VDIMM 24/7 over 2.2?
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post #12 of 33
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Quote:
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Steelballz, have you had any RAM die on you with VDIMM 24/7 over 2.2?

i did have a problem with my 1st kit of ocz 9200....but i assume they were bad from the start

i also have a kit of teamgroup d9gmh and i had raised the vdimm up to 2,65....no issues whatsoever.....they still boot at 1.8 vdimm

the cellshock pc 8000 and 6400 i had died on a 680i mobo.....
i dont like to stretch vdimm on 650i/680i motherboards.....normally i keep things up to 2,35


here is a consideration about dead dimms and eletron migration effects

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Originally Posted by micutzu@XS
Electromigration
It's a phenomena caused by the high current density in a solid material, that alters physically the cristalin structure of the material due to loss of cinetic energy of the electrons. Errr ... a little more explanation maybe ? . The solid metals are networks of bonded atoms that have shared a few electrons each. These electrons can move freely trough the metal's structure and transport, of course, electric charge, that's why the metals are so good electric conductors. Theoretically electrons have so small mass compared to the atom's nucleus that can be neglected, but when trough a very small piece of material you pass an immense quantity of current, the bilions of bilions of electrons forced to move at huge speeds hit the atoms in their way and in time they knock out of the otherwise nicely organised structure some atoms, creating voids in the places they were originally.
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post #13 of 33
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small update while i prepare the comparison between XP and VISTA

498 was the max fsb i was able to squeeze from it.....since its the 2 nd diferent board that stops at this freq i assume i have found the fsb wall from this x6800cpu
but 490 1:1 was so easy to achieve









you can take this board with your eyes closed

been working on it for 4 or 5 days and i didnt do a clear cmos yet......
simple...easy to handle


i am bored....lol......

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XP and VISTA compared at diferent ram timings


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XP and VISTA compared at diferent ram timings




XP 4 LIFE! That and ASUS 4 life!
    
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post #16 of 33
3600 400x9 vcore 1.4


3780 430x9 vcore 1.5


4000 444x9 vcore 1.6


fsb 500

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post #17 of 33
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nice....4ghz

what cooling do you have?
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post #18 of 33
OMG - This board is in stock in UK at a ridiculous £99.99.

Off to get one.
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post #19 of 33
nice review. board looks nice!
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post #20 of 33
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nice....4ghz

what cooling do you have?
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