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Oh, good find on the OCCTv3.0. You want to link the club so we can use it too?
That'd be nice, I was reading on it some the other day and supposedly it'll tell you what the failure codes are. Bout time another stress test tells you what failed.



Pio, were you able to get 1T out of your RAM? As far as I knew when you have 4DIMMs occupied it has to be in 2T. At least I was never able to get mine to run at 1T even @ 3-3-3-8.
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OCCT 3.00 Beta 14

EDIT:a much much longer Prime run. Before I could not complete 4 minutes, so this is much better.


Edited by GuardianOdin - 12/18/08 at 8:02pm
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That'd be nice, I was reading on it some the other day and supposedly it'll tell you what the failure codes are. Bout time another stress test tells you what failed.



Pio, were you able to get 1T out of your RAM? As far as I knew when you have 4DIMMs occupied it has to be in 2T. At least I was never able to get mine to run at 1T even @ 3-3-3-8.
Nope, 1T is not attainable for me unless I run my RAM REALLY slow. And at that point, its useless.
 
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If you had more options in your bios you might get there , such as some of our DFI boards have
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HAHA! speaking of DFI boards I think I need some help with mine. The manual is less than informative. I was trying to see what its limit is but I cant even get it to 230 without BSOD's. I set the ram to 100, ht multiplier to 3x, and CPU to 5x. Theres like 3 VID core settings, theres the startup one, somethng else and special. So far its defaulting to 1.31v which is a little low for this CPU as it has spent most of its life @ 1.39v. I have RAM slots 1&2 occupied. Should I move #2 to the #3 spot? Any suggestions?
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S&M Stable now
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Beautiful job, G.O.! Makes me hungry to do some OCing again.

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HAHA! speaking of DFI boards I think I need some help with mine. The manual is less than informative. I was trying to see what its limit is but I cant even get it to 230 without BSOD's. I set the ram to 100, ht multiplier to 3x, and CPU to 5x. Theres like 3 VID core settings, theres the startup one, somethng else and special. So far its defaulting to 1.31v which is a little low for this CPU as it has spent most of its life @ 1.39v. I have RAM slots 1&2 occupied. Should I move #2 to the #3 spot? Any suggestions?
BlackOmega, first of all make sure your RAM is in the same colored spots (I forgot how the DIMM slots are numbered). In other words, make sure your RAM DIMMs are both in either the orange (usually is better) or the yellow DIMM slots.

Now, to adjust VCore, you need to go to CPU VID Control and manually select the setting you need (you mentioned 1.39V). Here is how DFI has the VCore adjustments set up: CPU VID Startup Value specifies the VCore value at startup, and nothing more. This adjustment is useful in that it avoids the warm reboot bug that some motherboards (Asus' A8N32-SLI Deluxe has this flaw, for one) have. Any setting around 1.25V or higher is fine, for the most part (I always just keep this at 1.3V myself). CPU VID Control is your primary VCore setting. Assuming you have the third setting (CPU VID Special Control on "Disabled" or "None" or "Auto" -- I forget what the BIOS actually has, but if I remember correctly, "Auto" is a 0% value -- your VCore will be whatever you set on CPU VID Control. Enabling the third VCore-related setting, CPU VID Special Control, adds a specified percentage of voltage to what your CPU VID Control value is. The second and third VCore-related options in concert allow you to really fine-tune the CPU voltage input.

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Ok got it to post and get in to windows. All I did was reseat the ram without cutting power to the PSU (that was actually unintentional).
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Ok guys, 1 hour completed test in OCCT


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I know certain Nvidia GPU's have a squealing issue something to do with the capacitors being of cheap quality and what not.
I think it might be RMA time because this is ridiculous.
RMARMARMA
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Just because it's old doesn't mean it's useless Outdated(a bit like our S939s, wouldn't you say?).

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Is there a way of fixing this? I am actually not sure...
This is common and is a suitable reason for RMA. Replaceing the caps will also fix the issue and if you get the OK from the manufacturer it won't void your warrenty (you have to have the skillset and prove it to them)

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I'd have to agree that it has to be something to do with my IMC.
Don't know where the mem controller is, too lazy to look. Is is actively cooled?
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That'd be nice, I was reading on it some the other day and supposedly it'll tell you what the failure codes are.
:appl aud:
PM or pop in MegaOptions thread to get the file hosted here!

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S&M Stable now
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I should run S&M on mine, even tho I already call it stable...where's the download url?


Hueristic: The memory controller is built into the die. If he's running an active CPU cooler, it's actively cooled. I thought you knew 939 memory controllers were on-die...
Edited by TestECull - 12/19/08 at 8:26am
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I should run S&M on mine, even tho I already call it stable...where's the download url?
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Links to Recommended Stress Testing Programs and Overclocking Tools

*"S&M and rthdribl are presented "As is" with no warranty expressed or implied by txtmstrjoe, OCN, or any other party in this thread. If you run either program and it breaks a component in your computer, or makes you realize your Overclock is not stable, none of the aforementioned parties will be liable for your loss except yourself."
 
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