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nategr8ns:
Well I was able to pass quite a few races in that mode. If you're referring to the fact that it says you require $80,000 to continue or something...that's to pass onto the next stage. Just hit enter and you should go onto one of the three races you can select . It works fine for me.

To everyone else:
I just got 3x 80w peltiers. What are they? Can we use them on air cooling (see mine and froggy's rigs)? Will they benefit us and lower temps? How in the WORLD would you mount them?
dang, time to do a reinstall. It doesn't let me select them at all! and no keys work.
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nate, you asked about where to get a good wheel.

Here's what pio and I use, and for an insanely low price. (I've bought from this vendor before and have had no problems. )

The Egg has it for cheap as well.

Small update on my gaming rig (for those interested): Disabling NCQ on the new Seagates looks like an effective fix so far. No more Event ID 51s warnings showing up on the Event Viewer. Moreover, disabling NCQ has not shown up any perceptible performance issues whatsoever.

If only Phil Jackson can google fixes for the Lakers as easily as researching solutions to tech problems...
    
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Hey guys, I though you would appreciate this OC. This OC was extremely unstable, so in between every task, I had to wait about 5 min, just to be sure it didn't restart on me.

TEMPS: MB: 32C, CPU IDLE: 40C, CPU LOAD: 58C or higher

Btw, I had freezer packs sitting inside my computer case, just to try to get the temperatures down a little.
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You're a brave one, Anqt! A 3-pointer on stock cooling with a Manchester is hugely impressive! That VCore is also amazingly low for a Manchester running at that speed.

Well done!
    
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Every time I go up that high, I'm scared stiff that something will go wrong, but that's extreme overclocking for you, its just not fun if you don't take some risks!
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Hey guys, I though you would appreciate this OC. This OC was extremely unstable, so in between every task, I had to wait about 5 min, just to be sure it didn't restart on me.

TEMPS: MB: 32C, CPU IDLE: 40C, CPU LOAD: 58C or higher

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Anqt, that is the first 3000mhz OC I have seen with a Manchester. Great job

Is the voltage displayed in Coretemp accurate? Or are you running it actually higher then what is displayed?

+1 Good JOB!
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In the bios, its set @ 1.4125. There is a little bit of fluctation. (1.392 - 1.410) So, yeah, it is a little higher than it cpuz is saying.
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In the bios, its set @ 1.4125. There is a little bit of fluctation. (1.392 - 1.410) So, yeah, it is a little higher than it cpuz is saying.
Anqt, very nice! Your full load temps will probably drop a little bit once you install an aftermarket cooler. Have you tested for stability by any chance?

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Small update on my gaming rig (for those interested): Disabling NCQ on the new Seagates looks like an effective fix so far. No more Event ID 51s warnings showing up on the Event Viewer. Moreover, disabling NCQ has not shown up any perceptible performance issues whatsoever.
How do you disable NCQ? and what is it. I have a seagate as well.
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How do you disable NCQ? and what is it. I have a seagate as well.
Guardian, I believe it can be disabled through the Device Manager. Double-click the drive under "Disk Drives". Should be somewhere in there...might read something like, "disable tagged queuing". Also if your in IDE Mode then NCQ is disabled. If your in AHCI(native sata) mode then NCQ is automatically enabled.

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