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Need some 939 stuff appraised. See link below please.

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I did 3284 MHz on my 3700+ San Diego over 5 years ago. I might pull out the setup again some day and see if I can beat it, since I obviously won't be using the hardware any more smile.gif
http://hwbot.org/submission/607513_gonx_cpu_frequency_athlon_64_3700_san_diego_3284_mhz
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Hey Kryton and the rest of you nuckleheads. I saw a Water Cooler for free today on CL and you all know exactly what I was stinking... biggrin.gif The fridge part was not working but never the less I'm sure it's an easy fix. Either way I put in a msg to the person gifting it for free to who ever would take it to see if it was still available for grabs.

My thoughts are that would make one heck of a cooler for a Huge Reservoir. I just want to yessir.gif around w/it a little and make it screme like a little " add your own word here " CPU tongue.gif and see what kind of stupid overclocks I could obtain.

I've also been thinking of getting an end mill like a Verticle CNC Bridgeport just so I can play around w/my own water cooling solutions and what ever little projects come up that I can fabricare from any free metal scraps I could obtain from variouse sources. wheee.gif

Any way what do you guys think about a Water Cooler Chiller Mod for an H2O loop? specool.gif , thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif or thumbsupsmiley.png
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Should be fun for you to work with.

Nothing wrong with making your own stuff from the scraps others toss... Done that myself before with good results.
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Has any figured out how to install a SSD? I can't get win 7 to load. I don't have an AHCI option in bios either. I did download the Microsoft program that changes the registry to allow AHCI.
I have: DFI NF4 Ultra-D, Opty 170, and its a Corsair Force GT 120GB.
When I try to load win7, it will actually say "loading windows files", finishes, then it looks like the normal windows boot screen. Then after that I have the normal Aero blue screen (stock background) and my mouse . Mouse works, just nothing else on the screen.
Is there some bios option I am missing?
I had the SSD installed and booted to my normal HD. Windows loaded some drivers for that SSD. I also see the SSD in my bios and in device manager, but not in the windows properties where I see my other HD's.
If anyone could help, I would greatly appreciate it!
Edited by InVeNtOr - 8/4/12 at 1:54pm
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post #25306 of 26667
Quote:
Originally Posted by InVeNtOr View Post

Has any figured out how to install a SSD? I can't get win 7 to load. I don't have an AHCI option in bios either. I did download the Microsoft program that changes the registry to allow AHCI.
I have: DFI NF4 Ultra-D, Opty 170, and its a Corsair Force GT 120GB.
When I try to load win7, it will actually say "loading windows files", finishes, then it looks like the normal windows boot screen. Then after that I have the normal Aero blue screen (stock background) and my mouse . Mouse works, just nothing else on the screen.
Is there some bios option I am missing?
I had the SSD installed and booted to my normal HD. Windows loaded some drivers for that SSD. I also see the SSD in my bios and in device manager, but not in the windows properties where I see my other HD's.
If anyone could help, I would greatly appreciate it!

i believe when you add a ssd for use as your main boot drive you should unplug the other hdd(s) during windows install. read this guide and post questions in the same thread further help . . .

http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds
Edited by rdr09 - 8/4/12 at 4:11pm
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Hey guys! Just fired up my old rig (Opty 170, Ultra-D) since I'm back at home in Maine for the summer. Using it to try and re-partition a borked drive I just got in Live Ubunutu. Unfortunately, I brought all my RAM (2x512mb of ValueSelect and 4x1GB of G.Skill HZ) to school with me, so I've only got a 256MB stick of PC2100 doh.gif.

I forgot how slow this board boots... And it is SUPER finicky on detecting drives when I use both SATA and IDE... sheesh. DFI boards were always temperamental though...

I am thinking of selling the DFI board since I still have my MSI Neo4-f out in Seattle. I've seen some on eBay, but what do these boards actually sell for?

Also, I only need one of my dual core Opterons. I think I will bring the 170 out west with me, compare, and sell off one of them.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nategr8ns View Post

Hey guys! Just fired up my old rig (Opty 170, Ultra-D) since I'm back at home in Maine for the summer. Using it to try and re-partition a borked drive I just got in Live Ubunutu. Unfortunately, I brought all my RAM (2x512mb of ValueSelect and 4x1GB of G.Skill HZ) to school with me, so I've only got a 256MB stick of PC2100 doh.gif.
I forgot how slow this board boots... And it is SUPER finicky on detecting drives when I use both SATA and IDE... sheesh. DFI boards were always temperamental though...
I am thinking of selling the DFI board since I still have my MSI Neo4-f out in Seattle. I've seen some on eBay, but what do these boards actually sell for?
Also, I only need one of my dual core Opterons. I think I will bring the 170 out west with me, compare, and sell off one of them.

I'm just guessing but an average of $75 for that board sounds about right.
You'll see some go for less, some for more depending on the seller and how it goes, esp if it's an auction. As for the Opty's you may want to actually keep both if you plan on using your 939 stuff for sometime to come for whatever reason. Good 939 chips aren't exactly easy to find anymore and you have two, one obviously for a backup in case the other one runs into trouble.

BTW the single stick of PC 2100 sounds to me like the source of it's slow-boot problem.
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post #25309 of 26667
Nope, I'm an idiot. I had my original drive disconnected, that wasn't the issue.
It was either these 2 options....
I either didn't wait long enough when it went to the "Aero" screen, or u need to reset your bios first.
I reset my bios, started it up, and it all worked like normal.
I now have win 7 on my SSD.
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Man, I need to get me a good ole DFI SLi-D... Got 4GB, 4x1GB Corsair plats just waiting, and a complete case with wc'ing just sitting here... SOMEONE DONATE ME ONE! ill trade my Asus A8N-E with 1.81vCore mod. smile.gif
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