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Messed with my 939 tonight a little, pushed my RAM to 3-3-3-7-7-1t, at 245mhz. (308 x 9.5 @ 166) Noticeably faster, but not sure on 100% stable. Didn't crash, but its as fast as i can go while maintaining 2.9 - 2.940ghz, after that, the 185 is unstable. frown.gif WISH i could get CL 2.5, but nope...

OCZ Platinums. I'm sure we could make an arrangement if you'd like them. I'll never use them again. I mostly stick to BH-5 sticks now.
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OCZ Platinums. I'm sure we could make an arrangement if you'd like them. I'll never use them again. I mostly stick to BH-5 sticks now.

Dang nice!
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Does anyone know if ATI cards work in Crossfire mode on Nforce 4 boards?
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Does anyone know if ATI cards work in Crossfire mode on Nforce 4 boards?
SLI only. No CF.
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got 4 sticks of ocz pc3500, runnign at ddr400 2.5 3 3 7 2t. with h/w and s/w memory mapping, only 3.5gbs roughly show up. Is this just old bios limitations of 32-bit? Kinda like xp only showing that much?

I assume that is the issue, since 3.5*1024= 3584. Memtest shows 3582...

This is on a DFI CFX3200
Edited by rhkcommander959 - 4/1/13 at 7:34pm
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SLI only. No CF.

Thanks MR.Scott.... Guess I am only Grabbing one 1950XTX then.

Turns out the DVI to COmponet adapter I was using on my X1800XT to output to my Tube TV (arcade monitor) does not work with newer ATI cards/ I read that the X1XX series was the last series to support them. I ended up pulling the X1800XT out of the PC and selling it with the Lanparty board. I put a HD6770 in there and it don;t work with my component adapter. I even bought a $40 HDMI to component adapter and that didn't work either. So I either need to but another X1800XT or might as well get a better card the X1950XTX seems to be the best card that still supports the component adapter. SO I am going to grab one of them (there only $30 on eBay). I will get slightly better performance than what I had on the X1800XT but the HD6770 wasn't that great anyways even though it is a card from this gen. With the bottle next of PCIE1.0a it was only slightly faster.
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got 4 sticks of ocz pc3500, runnign at ddr400 2.5 3 3 7 2t. with h/w and s/w memory mapping, only 3.5gbs roughly show up. Is this just old bios limitations of 32-bit? Kinda like xp only showing that much?

I assume that is the issue, since 3.5*1024= 3584. Memtest shows 3582...

This is on a DFI CFX3200

Correct.
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Will windows 64-bit see all 4 or 3.5? Might be a newer bios revision but this is my first no-cold boot freeze-cfx3200... Dont wanna ruin that! I will give it a try in a few days either way.
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All 4. Windows XP Pro x64 can see a lot more than 4, but I can't remember the max right now. For some reason I am thinking its 16, 32, or 64. Anyway you'll get all 4GBs but part of that will get reserved by the system. Windows 7 64 bit is superior to XP in so many ways though. It frees up more system mem and allocates it better I think and it also can use more total if I recall.
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Windows 7 64 bit is superior to XP in so many ways though. It frees up more system mem and allocates it better I think and it also can use more total if I recall.
And yet it benches far slower in all 2D benches. Moral of the story, use the correct OS for the applications you plan to run. Newer is not always better.
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