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I rep'ed you for at least trying. smile.gif

Cooler- 212 Evo modded for 939. wink.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/293448/the-socket-939-appreciation-club-and-knowledgebase-official/25500_100#post_18809069

Yeah, at least i got 262Mhz out of this Crucial Ballistix modules (BIOS kept changing the FSB:DRAM ratio itself, so even tho I set manually 1:1 ratio and 275Mhz Base Clock in BIOS i got only 262.2Mhz rolleyes.gif ). Anyways i also have a set of BH-5 OCZ Golds and a set of TCCDs Corsair XMS Pros that i'm waiting to bench on the Expert board when it arrives. Tomorrow i'll try installing Windows XP on the Infinity, that should work better with Socket 939 right?

Woah, that's a nice mod actually. Do you think that could be also applied to a 412S? I may be able to get one for cheap (cheaper than a new 212 Evo). Since it looks like the 212 Evo and 412S share the design of the retention mechanism.
Because I don't think a 212Evo can handle my FX-60 OC'd (i mean, this Arctic Freezer 64 LP, even tho it's kinda small, it must be similar to a stock 212 Evo since it has a push-pull of 5K RPM 92mm Deltas and still got 45ºC ish Idle and 85+ ºC Load while running 2.75Ghz @ 1.4-ish V)
     
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Yeah, at least i got 262Mhz out of this Crucial Ballistix modules (BIOS kept changing the FSB:DRAM ratio itself, so even tho I set manually 1:1 ratio and 275Mhz Base Clock in BIOS i got only 262.2Mhz rolleyes.gif ). Anyways i also have a set of BH-5 OCZ Golds and a set of TCCDs Corsair XMS Pros that i'm waiting to bench on the Expert board when it arrives. Tomorrow i'll try installing Windows XP on the Infinity, that should work better with Socket 939 right?

Woah, that's a nice mod actually. Do you think that could be also applied to a 412S? I may be able to get one for cheap (cheaper than a new 212 Evo). Since it looks like the 212 Evo and 412S share the design of the retention mechanism.
Because I don't think a 212Evo can handle my FX-60 OC'd (i mean, this Arctic Freezer 64 LP, even tho it's kinda small, it must be similar to a stock 212 Evo since it has a push-pull of 5K RPM 92mm Deltas and still got 45ºC ish Idle and 85+ ºC Load while running 2.75Ghz @ 1.4-ish V)
Yes, the mod will work on the 412S.
The Arctic Freezer is crap next to a 212 or 412.
212 on any of my dual cores keeps temp around 45-50c load @ 1.55v
You will want XP for all those benches except Cinebench. That bench scores better on W7.
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There is no hope for OC on that board.
4 sticks of ram in most all 939 boards will automatically clock to DDR333.
Wanna sell those Gold VX sticks? PM me if interested. smile.gif

You are right, no hope from a BIOS overclock. However my memory served me right for once and clock gen still works fine. Not ideal of course but it's stable so far as far as gaming goes atleast .



Edit:

Meant to include the mem tab, not spd tab...



All four slots filled did drop it as always to 166mhz unfortunately but the extra 1gb of memory and the fact that I can manage a 300mhz cpu oc & have the memory at 183mhz and cas2.5 vs cas3 200mhz makes it worth it.
Edited by SoloCamo - 6/25/16 at 10:06pm
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You can pin mod fot higher voltages and use clock gen to push it some
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Yes, the mod will work on the 412S.
The Arctic Freezer is crap next to a 212 or 412.
212 on any of my dual cores keeps temp around 45-50c load @ 1.55v
You will want XP for all those benches except Cinebench. That bench scores better on W7.
Hm, i was able to pass only one Cinebench 11.5 run before overheating and triggering the thermal shutdown protection, so I may be able to do other run on CineBench... And i'll probably get a 412S and use that mod.
Anyways, thank you very much for your help!
     
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Thanks Herm and seaFs. This is gonna rock! You ever tried just two dimms in dual channel for 8gb to get a max OC and timings?

Well, I did the single DIMM test, an it was disapointing. Below 240MHz (I guess it was 238) with CL3-4-4-8 or something like that, and It wasn't even stable. It's still UCCC ICs on the DIMMs, so you either get something average or below average, nothing impressive. The DIMMs were introducied back in 2003, so much older tech than Qimonda CF-5 or Samsung ZCCC from 2007.
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You are right, no hope from a BIOS overclock. However my memory served me right for once and clock gen still works fine. Not ideal of course but it's stable so far as far as gaming goes atleast .



Edit:

Meant to include the mem tab, not spd tab...



All four slots filled did drop it as always to 166mhz unfortunately but the extra 1gb of memory and the fact that I can manage a 300mhz cpu oc & have the memory at 183mhz and cas2.5 vs cas3 200mhz makes it worth it.

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You can pin mod fot higher voltages and use clock gen to push it some

I'm actually surprised clockgen worked. Usually it only works on Nvidia chipsets, otherwise I would have suggested it.
You should be able to adjust the shutdown temp or disable it in the bios on the Infinity board.
Edited by Mr.Scott - 6/26/16 at 6:06am
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I'm actually surprised clockgen worked. Usually it only works on Nvidia chipsets, otherwise I would have suggested it.
You should be able to adjust the shutdown temp or disable it in the bios on the Infinity board.

Are you thinking of ntune? I remember that being the one for nvidia boards only? I've been out of the s939 for quite a while though so I'm trying to remember all the ways about overclocking them.

On a side note... All I want is 2x 2gb ddr400 non ecc... did that ever exist? I paired the system with a 6670 for some modern gaming and it's done quite well considering, but the lower speed memory w/ 3gb and lack of memory is hurting me more than anything at this point. Even 2.8ghz on this gpu isn't really going to be as big of a deal over 2.5-2.6 with faster memory.
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On a side note... All I want is 2x 2gb ddr400 non ecc... did that ever exist? I paired the system with a 6670 for some modern gaming and it's done quite well considering, but the lower speed memory w/ 3gb and lack of memory is hurting me more than anything at this point. Even 2.8ghz on this gpu isn't really going to be as big of a deal over 2.5-2.6 with faster memory.

There are 2 gig sticks out there. Most are ECC. All are expensive.
Most boards do not support 2 gig sticks.

http://www.memoryx.com/bdg.html
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I've had good luck with clockgen in the past, it just uses the ICC. Used it on a lot of OEM products, hell I even used it to overclock my dell laptop a million years ago with a pentium-m redface.gif. Nvidia, ati, VIA on either Intel or AMD.




Did we ever figure out if the Asus a8's are able to do what they do because of hardware, or is it their BIOS? Could we put the ramslip, or whatever it is called for ECC into say the DFIs?
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