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Originally Posted by crackzattic View Post
dang man thats ridiculous right there!! i wish someone would come out with a mod for this board
I already got the mod planned to fix my problem but I don't have the $140 I need to do it
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post #2002 of 4644
what kinda mod is that? water cooling or a new board lol
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what kinda mod is that? water cooling or a new board lol
New board. It seems that anything over 380x9 on my quad I'm unstable. Matter of fact, the computer just freezes on me at random. I have speedstep and all that stuff off and while stress testing it shows the multi going down to 6 for brief periods of time. I have tried all sorts of voltage increases and it doesn't fix it. I'm still working on it and haven't completely confirmed this yet but I'm pretty sure that I'm right. At 400x9 I couldn't even make it to windows before it froze.

I don't know if it's my MB or if its my PSU. The wattage calculator claims that I need 377w and my psu is supposedly 430. That seems really close to me and it might be the problem. This will be put to test in a few days when the corsair 650tx comes in. If not, thats fine because my psu doesn't have an 8pin connector that I need on the new board.
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^ I was just in Arlington the other day. I got my Q6600 from the Fry's over there. PSU might be your problem. I know I needed a northbridge cooler to get 3.4GHz stable. Bought a Mini-Kaze and strapped it on the northbridge with 2 rubber bands and my random reboot went away.
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^ I was just in Arlington the other day. I got my Q6600 from the Fry's over there. PSU might be your problem. I know I needed a northbridge cooler to get 3.4GHz stable. Bought a Mini-Kaze and strapped it on the northbridge with 2 rubber bands and my random reboot went away.
nice, so you just strapped a fan on top of ur NB cooler and the problem went away?
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Are you using a usb keyboard? If you are, enable USB Keyboard in bios. That might help.
Wow. That was a simple fix.

I wonder why they don't enable that by default.
 
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post #2007 of 4644
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Wow. That was a simple fix.

I wonder why they don't enable that by default.
USB keyboard and mouse are both off by default.
post #2008 of 4644
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New board. It seems that anything over 380x9 on my quad I'm unstable. Matter of fact, the computer just freezes on me at random. I have speedstep and all that stuff off and while stress testing it shows the multi going down to 6 for brief periods of time. I have tried all sorts of voltage increases and it doesn't fix it. I'm still working on it and haven't completely confirmed this yet but I'm pretty sure that I'm right. At 400x9 I couldn't even make it to windows before it froze.

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I don't think it's your PSU. From what I've heard, only problems with random reboots and shutdowns indicate a bad PSU. However I could be wrong. Sounds like speedstep (C1E) is enabled. C1E shouldn't even change the multi while CPU is under stress though..

Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, aren't system freezes associated with only corrupt or badly overclocked RAM?
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I lose a good .06 from both Vdrop and Vdroop. If I set it to 1.3625v in BIOS and go 100% load, I'm down to 1.30v-1.31v.
Is that a safety precaution incorporated by Intel, or is it the board? Just checked my idling voltage and it's .015 less than manually set.
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Is that a safety precaution incorporated by Intel, or is it the board? Just checked my idling voltage and it's .029 less than manually set.
that is a problem with the board its voltage drop. some boards have ways to fix it but none for this one yet
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