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well this what I'm getting only seconds into any of the test.

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[Wed Jun 18 08:11:55 2008]
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
Orthos

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Type: Blend - stress CPU and RAM Min: 8 Max: 4096 InPlace: No Mem: 1790 Time: 15
CPU: 2969MHz FSB: 194MHz [191MHz x 15.5 est.]
6/18/2008 8:14 AM
Launching 2 threads...
Using CPU #0
Beginning a continuous self-test to check your computer.
Press Stop to end this test.
Test 1, 4000 Lucas-Lehmer iterations of M19922945 using 1024K FFT length.
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
Torture Test ran 0 minutes 41 seconds - 1 errors, 0 warnings.
Execution halted.
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Using CPU #1
Beginning a continuous self-test to check your computer.
Press Stop to end this test.
Test 1, 4000 Lucas-Lehmer iterations of M19922945 using 1024K FFT length.
Torture Test ran 0 minutes 41 seconds - 0 errors, 0 warnings.
Execution halted.
OCCT
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Crashed l Code 4
It's got to be a bad chip. I can't test the temps becuase none of the tests will run long enough, but the volts are no different than before.
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You know what would be really cool? If Joe donated that ATI-northbridged motherboard and a spiffy proc and thlnk3r donated that 3850 of his...

Barring that, I am getting anxious to get home. While I have internet here, I do not use my computer nearly enough and I am getting twitchy because I cannot play all the new games I have gotten. Not to mention I still cannot fix the TASER because I lack good thermal compound. Idiot me left it in the kitchen drawer.

All my dad has is Best Buy brand.

I am still waiting on him to have a free minute to help me mod the door. We are thinking a Dremel may cut the mustard (ketchup?) although advice would be nice. To refresh memories, I am planning to cut a hole into the side of my acrylic panel. Lowes did have a 90mm hole saw, but we could not justify paying $22 for one usage.

Harbor Freight man! They have an online store and B&M stores throughout the US.
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[quote]It's got to be a bad chip. I can't test the temps becuase none of the tests will run long enough, but the volts are no different than before.[quote]

Try messing w/ your HT settings. Then mess with your ram settings. That's what it took with my ~3Ghz OC
Edited by Anqt31 - 6/18/08 at 7:19am
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Guardian, drop everything to stock and run Orthos/OCCT again. Does it crash/fail? If not then I doubt anything is wrong with your 165. It's more than likely either an unstable overclock or some adjustments need to be made like the ones Anqt above suggested.

Those are my thoughts

Good luck bud!
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I bet it has something to do with summer heat?
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G.O., that error is usually due to insufficient VCore. That's odd if this indeed is the case, since I'm assuming the only change has been the removal of the IHS, yes?

Another possibility is the RAM. Double-check your RAM to see if both are firmly seated in their slots; you may have loosened them accidentally. Then use MemTest86+, just to rule the RAM out.

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Originally Posted by thlnk3r View Post
Guardian, drop everything to stock and run Orthos/OCCT again. Does it crash/fail? If not then I doubt anything is wrong with your 165. It's more than likely either an unstable overclock or some adjustments need to be made like the ones Anqt above suggested.

Those are my thoughts

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yep, ran fine at stock speeds. I'm checking and re-adjusting as needed

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G.O., that error is usually due to insufficient VCore. That's odd if this indeed is the case, since I'm assuming the only change has been the removal of the IHS, yes?

Another possibility is the RAM. Double-check your RAM to see if both are firmly seated in their slots; you may have loosened them accidentally. Then use MemTest86+, just to rule the RAM out.

Hope this helps, G.O.!
Correct,the only change was the removal of the IHS. I figured it would have some issues booting up,but didn't think I'd have this much trouble. It's almost like I installed a new motherboard.

I checked the RAM and reseated just in case. Memtest ran for 2 hours 30 mins give or take a minute or two. This was at DDR530 speeds.


I have been able to run OCCT for about 5-6 minutes now. Which is better than the 10 seconds I was getting. Ok, back to the OC grid.

Thanks guys.
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June seems to be the month of misfortunes.

I guess I shouldn't have tempted the gods by declaring my system finally cured, but my previous nemesis, Event ID 51, reared its ugly head again before I went to bed. I've done a little bit of research on the subject, and as before it seems as if newer-generation Seagates and Maxtors (7200.11 and 7200.10 for Seagate) are quite prone to having these problems, especially with boards running varieties of nF4. Some Intel chipsets are also prone to exhibiting system slowdowns and, in the worst cases, total destruction of the file systems and the OS.

Needless to say, this is a very serious problem. Though I've got backup strategies in play, I don't want to deal with a hosed system. In my case, presently I'm getting horrible slowdowns, and the Event Viewer suggests that the trigger is any operation that requires heavy I/O activity to the HDD as well as when the system needs to use the page file. Disabling NCQ on the Seagates was not a cure, clearly. Reinstalling and/or updating the chipset drivers did nothing either, and I've now tried both the WinXP and the nF4 SATA controller drivers (no perceptible difference with either one) (installing updated chipset drivers necessitated a WinXP reactivation, incidentally).

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June seems to be the month of misfortunes.

I guess I shouldn't have tempted the gods by declaring my system finally cured, but my previous nemesis, Event ID 51, reared its ugly head again before I went to bed. I've done a little bit of research on the subject, and as before it seems as if newer-generation Seagates and Maxtors (7200.11 and 7200.10 for Seagate) are quite prone to having these problems, especially with boards running varieties of nF4. Some Intel chipsets are also prone to exhibiting system slowdowns and, in the worst cases, total destruction of the file systems and the OS.

Needless to say, this is a very serious problem. Though I've got backup strategies in play, I don't want to deal with a hosed system. In my case, presently I'm getting horrible slowdowns, and the Event Viewer suggests that the trigger is any operation that requires heavy I/O activity to the HDD as well as when the system needs to use the page file. Disabling NCQ on the Seagates was not a cure, clearly. Reinstalling and/or updating the chipset drivers did nothing either, and I've now tried both the WinXP and the nF4 SATA controller drivers (no perceptible difference with either one) (installing updated chipset drivers necessitated a WinXP reactivation, incidentally).

Anybody got any suggestions?
Wow that's a tough one. You've tried everything I would've and then some. I'll try and see if I can come up with anything else though.
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RMA is all I can think of
will they replace it?
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