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Originally Posted by Mercyflush64 View Post
USB keyboard and mouse are both off by default.
I know... that's why I said I wonder why they don't have them on by default.
 
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post #2012 of 4644
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Originally Posted by crackzattic View Post
that is a problem with the board its voltage drop. some boards have ways to fix it but none for this one yet
I checked my VCORE under load, and it drops hardly- .01V. This is with both C1E and TM2 (thermal monitor) enabled. Isn't the drop under load attributed to Intel's "Vdroop?"
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I'm at 3.5ghz and i was stable yesterday at bios vcore(1.45v) which turned to be 1.39v idle and load 1.38v in cpuid and passed orthos 6hours. today i turn on my computer and cpuid is 1.39 idle and 1.36 load and only passed orthos 2 hours then computer restarted. currently i upped my vcore another notch to 1.456 which bring me back to vdroop/load of 1.38v which hopefully means its stable. does this happen to any of you guys where one day your getting stable condition with a certain vcore then the next day you gotta increase it by a notch to keep it stable. i also upped it a notch on the fsbv hoping it would help.

can anyone post their e6600 at 3.5-3.6ghz overclocking volt specs for me (of course you gotta have the same mobo)
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Originally Posted by psmo290 View Post
nice, so you just strapped a fan on top of ur NB cooler and the problem went away?
Pretty much. I couldn't get past 10 mins without it rebooting. Strapped it on and that problem was gone.
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Wouldn't it be a bad idea to use rubber bands to hold you NB fan on? I would think the heat would degrade the rubber.
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Wouldn't it be a bad idea to use rubber bands to hold you NB fan on? I would think the heat would degrade the rubber.
That's what I thought at first but then I remembered that rubber bands contract with heat.
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That's what I thought at first but then I remembered that rubber bands contract with heat.
and then melt ....
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and then melt ....
or get brittle ....
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or get brittle ....
..eventually dripping on the MB
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I just set all my clock speeds back to the default/auto settings eg. q6600 @2.4GHz RAM @800Mhz and it still did exactly the same thing, cuts stright off no BSOD (with the automatically restart checkbox unchecked).????

Any ideas ?

grooverider - are you talking about my power supply ??

Thanks guys
My new power supply came this morning, OCZ StealthXtreme 600W. I put it straight in and my computer has been good as gold all morning, its even lowered my temps by 5 degrees. Been gaming for about 2 hours and not 1 crash/shutdown, before it was crashing after 5mins.

Cheers for all your help guys i realy appreciate it.

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