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My BSOD has displayed a stop error for dxgkrnl.sys 0x0000003B and ecache.sys 0x0000007E
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does anyone have this board with a corsair 450W?
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hey everyone! i recently purchased this board, rev. 2.0, and a pentium dual-core e2180. I am no new to overclocking, and all I could get from this chip at stock volts was 2.7 ghz. I thought "oh well i got a bad chip". Then i bought a brand new E8400 (don't remember the stepping though) and could not get even 3.6 ghz at stock volts. By the way the cooler I use is coolermaster hyper tx2. I started to think i just got a bad board, i couldn't believe i got two bad chips in a row. But then, I put my old p4 631 cedar mill (which never was overclocked) and cranked it to 4 ghz, on stock volts. I couldn't believe it, and frankly never expected that it could happen. Temps are 38 on idle and 65 full load prime95 1 hour, on cheap dynex thermal compound (I just ordered some arctic silver 5). Now i know my board works the way it should, and that i need to get a new chip. Now, the question is: E7300 or E5200?
    
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Originally Posted by FreeBirdMarine77 View Post
hey everyone! i recently purchased this board, rev. 2.0, and a pentium dual-core e2180. I am no new to overclocking, and all I could get from this chip at stock volts was 2.7 ghz. I thought "oh well i got a bad chip". Then i bought a brand new E8400 (don't remember the stepping though) and could not get even 3.6 ghz at stock volts. By the way the cooler I use is coolermaster hyper tx2. I started to think i just got a bad board, i couldn't believe i got two bad chips in a row. But then, I put my old p4 631 cedar mill (which never was overclocked) and cranked it to 4 ghz, on stock volts. I couldn't believe it, and frankly never expected that it could happen. Temps are 38 on idle and 65 full load prime95 1 hour, on cheap dynex thermal compound (I just ordered some arctic silver 5). Now i know my board works the way it should, and that i need to get a new chip. Now, the question is: E7300 or E5200?
e7300 definitely.

You still have that e8400 tho? You should try oc'ing it again. A little voltage goes a long way with the 45nm.
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My BSOD has displayed a stop error for dxgkrnl.sys 0x0000003B and ecache.sys 0x0000007E


Ecache.sys has do with ready boost,there's more info on the link below.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/m.../cc162480.aspx
Try the fix on here, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/939008/en-us.

Dxgkrnl.sys is a direct x problem , try the fix on here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/953026/en-us
    
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Originally Posted by FreeBirdMarine77 View Post
hey everyone! i recently purchased this board, rev. 2.0, and a pentium dual-core e2180. I am no new to overclocking, and all I could get from this chip at stock volts was 2.7 ghz. I thought "oh well i got a bad chip". Then i bought a brand new E8400 (don't remember the stepping though) and could not get even 3.6 ghz at stock volts. By the way the cooler I use is coolermaster hyper tx2. I started to think i just got a bad board, i couldn't believe i got two bad chips in a row. But then, I put my old p4 631 cedar mill (which never was overclocked) and cranked it to 4 ghz, on stock volts. I couldn't believe it, and frankly never expected that it could happen. Temps are 38 on idle and 65 full load prime95 1 hour, on cheap dynex thermal compound (I just ordered some arctic silver 5). Now i know my board works the way it should, and that i need to get a new chip. Now, the question is: E7300 or E5200?
bro you got +.7GHz on your e2180 and +.6 on your e8400 without any voltage increases, that's pretty standard. you have to up the volts for higher o/cs...it just so happens my e8400 hits a wall as well ~3.6, needs more vcore to go higher. you don't have "bad chips."

it just so happens i also run an e2180 with the ga-p35-ds3l. stable @ 3.4 (425 * 8) with 1.500 vcore BIOS and +0.3 NBv.

i also put my e8400 in there at one point, but honestly i don't remember what i had it at. believe it maxed out around 3.91, whereas my (much more expensive) dfi lp dk-x38 can push barely over 4.0.
Edited by gandalf615 - 9/24/08 at 9:28am
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Has anyone found a solution to having to unplug external usb devices to get the board to boot?

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2 things...i got this board and replaced the stock tim with mx-2 on chipsets and put a 40mm fan on northbridge, (and mx-2 on cpu when cooler bracket arrives), but i don't see anybody talking about the mosfets.

Don't some people usually replace the tim if they have coolers on these on higher end boards? Or any board especially if overclocking. Shouldn't we be using some kind of cooling for these? And why do people who have different motherboards post in this thread? it's confusing me about which is the best bios to use with the e8400 i want to oc.

I'm switching from amd to intel and my rig is still in sig. It has heatpipe cooling, but i hear the tim pads are pathetic, and ocing the a6400 BE isn't worth the effort. Most can only get to 3.5 stable (so i read), but i haven't tried it.
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ive been happy with mine, got my e8400 to 4ghz and was stable with not to high voltage but it seemed like disc transfers like installing hl2 were really slow, doesn't really matter though i put it all back to stock anyways.
    
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Is there a way to tell what bios i have? My board is still sitting on the bench, waiting to be installed. I don't want to install the board only to find it won't play nice with the e8400 like i read some people have had to use older intel cpu's to get system up and running to get bios update for e8400.

No input about mosfets cooling? Nobody is having problems with these overheating like i read on so many other mobo's?
Edited by jaz - 9/24/08 at 1:07pm
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