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My main issue with this is the "professional" aspect to it. Do you really enforce grammar and punctuation? Seriously? I'm not much of one to use acronyms or whatever (lol,roflmao blah blah) but I do let a few slip. It's just a little funny that it is regulated.

With the exception of Test, the last four (4) posts were uh.. spam?

Hate to knock, but seems like a tad much.
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Originally Posted by FearlessLdr88 View Post
My main issue with this is the "professional" aspect to it. Do you really enforce grammar and punctuation? Seriously? I'm not much of one to use acronyms or whatever (lol,roflmao blah blah) but I do let a few slip. It's just a little funny that it is regulated.

With the exception of Test, the last four (4) posts were uh.. spam?

Hate to knock, but seems like a tad much.
We encourage proper grammar and punctuation. We aren't going to delete a post if you missed a period or forgot to capitalize a letter. If no one can read the post because it's so badly written with exclamation marks and numbers, the post is probably not going to be around for long.

It's very rare that I see those types of posts anymore though, deleted or otherwise. Overall the forums look quite nice imo.
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Up for the major lack of spelling lately. Please, for the love of humanity, take the extra 6 seconds and spell words.
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Originally Posted by dralb View Post
Up for the major lack of spelling lately. Please, for the love of humanity, take the extra 6 seconds and spell words.
"Consider it done, captain."

Here are two words that need to be spelled right for the context at hand, bought, and brought.

Bought: I bought the food, aka purchased.
Brought: I brought the beer, aka I have the beer.

Also, the preview button is there for a reason, USE IT!
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First of all i will like to THX for all moderators,

This is the first topic opened on this website actually is the first topic of great help to my computer power.

My searches on the internet about the compatibility settings and the CPU voltage to power the big AMD 9950 BE 140w and MSI K9A2 Platinum MOBO have ended without a concrete answer!

That heaven help all moderators on this official site to help me with suggestions and advice.
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post #56 of 182
Well, at least the thread got bumped again. And rightly so. I've actually been acting extremely unprofessionally in a few threads lately. I'm losing my grip. I think a 1 or 2-day break may be the answer.
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post #57 of 182
Hi
Your reply wont get much attention here What you should do is start a thread of your own in the AMD/General section where many will be glad to help you

I quoted it for you here and in a PM so you can still copy/paste it to the new thread you should be creating

FYI, your original reply of the quote below will be edited so that it remains On Topic


Quote:
Originally Posted by Laviniu View Post
First of all i will like to THX for all moderators,

This is the first topic opened on this website actually is the first topic of great help to my computer power.

My searches on the internet about the compatibility settings and the CPU voltage to power the big AMD 9950 BE 140w and MSI K9A2 Platinum MOBO have ended without a concrete answer!

That heaven help all moderators on this official site to help me with suggestions and advice.

My computer configuration is:

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MSI K9A2 Platinum
http://global.msi.com.tw/index...incat_no=1&cat2_no=171

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AMD Phenomtm X4 Quad-Core 9950 BE
http://products.amd.com/en-us/...7=&f8=&f9=&f10=


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+5Vsb 3A


First I did update the bios to version 1.60 which was the last poducator

The first attempt was to climb to 3000 processor with the following settings: multiplier was x15, memories from 1066 that is 1:2.66 and 1.326 vcore voltage.

In this configuration when the computer started to load windows vista was blocked from loading at the rail walk and no longer wanted at all.

I restart the computer and I walked in and the bios and I married in 1.362 vcore voltage. And have the same thing that happened before.
I've done something equally, and increased voltage up to 1.402 and still not have succeeded.
When I saw that I did not have descended from frequent memory 800 that is 1:2 and I returned to the initial tension of 1.326 v and tried to start and the windows and I just happened to load up the line and the state, we got 1.362 vcore then i would have stopped when the voltage of 1.402 loaded all windows drivers and complete rest.
Not found no one recomadare voltage on this model of Mobo and CPU and the tensions we needed a connoisseur of the OC said that the tension is too high for 1.402
Then I reseal bios and I generally do the following setting.
Multiplier I mean, I did 14.5 at low frequency in 2900 I left the memories 800 that is 1:2 and I gave blood in 1.326
I left to do a stability test with Orthos around 11 o'clock and has not given any error.
I reistalat Windows configuration and I did a test in 3dmark2006 am optain a percentage of 12,683 points. in this configuration.
I understand this is a very low score and I understand that the score is pulled down by the score processor optain.
then I got the voltage to 1.362 and I optain a score of 12,983.
I played a little through the bios ganged unganged and I got a little over 13,027.
That we direct to you and ask for help for all operators who posts on this website to help guide me and I can explain to other willing and information to set up a quad core from where we all asked by romania I walked and where the computer could not get my set or my optinuni explain why the bios to enable to disable and tension and voltage to be achieved not endanger the life of the CPU and Mobo's mine.
If there are moderators who made an OC this motherboard please help me how to set ganged or unganged and the rest of settings to go well, why not shoot me the ingredients down and can not optimija this sitemului.
Thank you and I expect an answer!

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post #58 of 182
In light of recent events with a certain thread that just got closed, I'd like to bump this and include some giant text to emphasize something:

The Terms of Service / Forum Rules state that if you find a post offensive or rude, then you are to Report the post instead of replying to it! Replying to the offensive/rude post also stirs up trouble which breaks yet ANOTHER rule. So don't do it!
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Bump.
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Bump.
Seems like a great idea.
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