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ny driver, Have you looked at your CPU usage while underload when those temps are so different to make sure both cores are being stressed at the same percentage. Also do you have the duel core optimizer installed. Some one said in this forum IIRC it may have been Tator tot and what was said is this. You don't have to install a duel core optimizer after one of the XP service packs. I don't remember if it was service pack 2 or 3.
yeah they are both being equally loaded, and I have SP3 installed, so I should be in the clear there.....thanks for the idea though.
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ny driver, Have you looked at your CPU usage while underload when those temps are so different to make sure both cores are being stressed at the same percentage. Also do you have the duel core optimizer installed. Some one said in this forum IIRC it may have been Tator tot and what was said is this. You don't have to install a duel core optimizer after one of the XP service packs. I don't remember if it was service pack 2 or 3.
I corrected this once, and I'll correct it again. Neither SP2 or SP3 come with it.

If you have it installed you will see it under your msconfig as amd_dc_opt, under add/remove as "Dual-Core Optimizer", and C:\\Program Files\\AMD\\Dual-Core Optimizer.

http://support.amd.com/us/Pages/dyna...42f&ItemID=153

Just because the cpu looks like its even doesn't mean it is. It actually prevents hiccups and bottlenecks and makes 40% of cpu usage much smoother as well as more efficient.

Also, when you remove the heat sinks, does the surface look like it was all contacting the cpu?

Only thing I could think of is single threaded app, lack of dual core optimizer, or a messed up hsf/clamping system.
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I corrected this once, and I'll correct it again. Neither SP2 or SP3 come with it.

If you have it installed you will see it under your msconfig as amd_dc_opt, under add/remove as "Dual-Core Optimizer", and C:\\Program Files\\AMD\\Dual-Core Optimizer.

http://support.amd.com/us/Pages/dyna...42f&ItemID=153

Just because the cpu looks like its even doesn't mean it is. It actually prevents hiccups and bottlenecks and makes 40% of cpu usage much smoother as well as more efficient.

Also, when you remove the heat sinks, does the surface look like it was all contacting the cpu?

Only thing I could think of is single threaded app, lack of dual core optimizer, or a messed up hsf/clamping system.
I don't see it anywhere, going to try installing it. Thanks FnkDctr!
EDIT: The HS is making good contact...and I just lapped it and the cpu Friday.

Re-EDiT: I installed it, rebooted, and ran s&m, but it didn't change anything as far as the temps go. It's only at 1.39v/+300 MHz, and I'm seeing 48/64c during L1 test. I stopped it.
Edited by ny_driver - 1/25/10 at 7:17am
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Anyone know what type of error this is?

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name:BlueScreen
OS Version:6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.48
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Additional information about the problem:
BCCode:d1
BCP1:FFFFFA0004459AD8
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I corrected this once, and I'll correct it again. Neither SP2 or SP3 come with it.

If you have it installed you will see it under your msconfig as amd_dc_opt, under add/remove as "Dual-Core Optimizer", and C:\\Program Files\\AMD\\Dual-Core Optimizer.

http://support.amd.com/us/Pages/dyna...42f&ItemID=153

Just because the cpu looks like its even doesn't mean it is. It actually prevents hiccups and bottlenecks and makes 40% of cpu usage much smoother as well as more efficient.

Also, when you remove the heat sinks, does the surface look like it was all contacting the cpu?

Only thing I could think of is single threaded app, lack of dual core optimizer, or a messed up hsf/clamping system.
I was just going to say the same thing. Neither of the XP service packs come with the optimizer. Although, I have only a couple of programs that actually need it.

__________________________________________________ _______________

My OT help request for the day: Event scheduler program. The kind that pops up and says "Hey, you've got x amount of days to get x done!" something like that's on most phones.

Do you guys know of one? Is there one already built in to the OS that I'm just not seeing?
I made a thread about it but no one seems too interested in helping me out (as is the case most of my life, that's why I have to learn everything myself ).
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I was just going to say the same thing. Neither of the XP service packs come with the optimizer. Although, I have only a couple of programs that actually need it.

__________________________________________________ _______________

My OT help request for the day: Event scheduler program. The kind that pops up and says "Hey, you've got x amount of days to get x done!" something like that's on most phones.

Do you guys know of one? Is there one already built in to the OS that I'm just not seeing?
I made a thread about it but no one seems too interested in helping me out (as is the case most of my life, that's why I have to learn everything myself ).
In control panel there is a folder called scheduled tasks where you can set a time for a program to run. But you mean a thing to remind you to do stuff it sounds like. I'll keep looking for a few.

EDIT: this is the only thread I ever look at(not entirely, but pretty much).....sorry.

ReEdit: There are a bunch of programs out there...I don't really know which one is good or free. This is what I found.
http://www.google.com/search?q=event...ient=firefox-a

or maybe look here... http://event-scheduler.ptf.com/
Edited by ny_driver - 1/25/10 at 10:42am
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Well, I got the new expert up and running. I can't get a stable boot useing the yellow slots. Any recommendations?

I'm running a burn-in right now on a mild 400X5 stock voltage folding for awhile. Maybe till after the foldathon.

One of the ddr500 ballistix is bad and I'm trying to get the info from the guy to rma it. Seems it can't be rma'd without a matching email and order number/batch number.

Speaking of which can you guys believe I still have not followed through on the corsair rma! Well they run with loose timeings but I really do need to get back on that.

NY_Driver, Was that connection BO pointed out disconnected? That should be an easy solder. BTW you can grind (file) solder tips down as thin as you need. If that doesn't do it the next thing i would do is on all the spots where the gouge's are use a mic to check for shorts between the pins. If you find some then compare them to your good chip. If it's not shorted on your good chip then all you have to do is clean the copper that is crushed onto the offending pin. make sure any pin that has a dot showing on your good chip does not have copper over the connection. Any pin that doesn't have copper over the pin that has no dot on the good chip can be tinned to replace the connection.

Hope that was clear.
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In control panel there is a folder called scheduled tasks where you can set a time for a program to run. But you mean a thing to remind you to do stuff it sounds like. I'll keep looking for a few.

EDIT: this is the only thread I ever look at(not entirely, but pretty much).....sorry.

ReEdit: There are a bunch of programs out there...I don't really know which one is good or free. This is what I found.
http://www.google.com/search?q=event...ient=firefox-a
TY, Ny_Driver! That looks like what I was looking for.

for you!

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Well, I got the new expert up and running. I can't get a stable boot useing the yellow slots. Any recommendations?

I'm running a burn-in right now on a mild 400X5 stock voltage folding for awhile. Maybe till after the foldathon.

One of the ddr500 ballistix is bad and I'm trying to get the info from the guy to rma it. Seems it can't be rma'd without a matching email and order number/batch number.

Speaking of which can you guys believe I still have not followed through on the corsair rma! Well they run with loose timeings but I really do need to get back on that.
Orange slots work? Quite honestly on all of my DFI boards that's all I've ever used. But that is one hell of a ref clock! Pio would be over that board.
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NY_Driver, Was that connection BO pointed out disconnected? That should be an easy solder. BTW you can grind (file) solder tips down as thin as you need. If that doesn't do it the next thing i would do is on all the spots where the gouge's are use a mic to check for shorts between the pins. If you find some then compare them to your good chip. If it's not shorted on your good chip then all you have to do is clean the copper that is crushed onto the offending pin. make sure any pin that has a dot showing on your good chip does not have copper over the connection. Any pin that doesn't have copper over the pin that has no dot on the good chip can be tinned to replace the connection.

Hope that was clear.
No that connection BO pointed out was fine, I don't know why it looked that way. And yes pretty clear, but it sounds complicated and very tedious. Not that I am against doing a tedious job, but I really don't know how to go about micing the thing to check for shorts. I honestly do not know even know what you mean by a mic.

EDIT: glad I could help you, BO. ReEDiT: When you decide on a good event reminder program and you like the way it works could you pass it on to me, please? It's probably a good idea for me to have something like that.
Edited by ny_driver - 1/25/10 at 10:57am
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Do you think it's ok to put my OS on my 80GB IDE and everything else on my 250GB sata drive? Will it work ok or will I notice a big slowdown?
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