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Originally Posted by G|F.E.A.D|Killa View Post
did it ever work?
the RAM? no
the mod? power is 100% functional, data - yet to find out




in the mean time, i'll show u pplz my last lil bit of modding i did:

click1

click2

click3

not as 'xtreme' : its a TRUE-Cu mounted on a s478 mobo & the TRUE-Cu is horizontal too
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This is pretty darn epic, and I wish you all the luck possible.
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This is pretty darn epic, and I wish you all the luck possible.
Wish you all the good luck possible.
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the RAM? no
the mod? power is 100% functional, data - yet to find out




in the mean time, i'll show u pplz my last lil bit of modding i did:

click1

click2

click3

not as 'xtreme' : its a TRUE-Cu mounted on a s478 mobo & the TRUE-Cu is horizontal too
I love the TRUE on the Abit IC7 Max III. That was a godlike motherboard a few years ago. It had my 2.8 Gallatin at 3.5 Ghz
    
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I love the TRUE on the Abit IC7 Max III. That was a godlike motherboard a few years ago. It had my 2.8 Gallatin at 3.5 Ghz
Agreed. Find it hard to believe that Abit are not makiing any more motherboards .
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I love the TRUE on the Abit IC7 Max III. That was a godlike motherboard a few years ago. It had my 2.8 Gallatin at 3.5 Ghz
That board was to many people the best overclocking board for the 478 socket. That and the asus P4P800 series as i remember from back in the day.
    
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post #117 of 149
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well I got a surprise today - my RMA RAM came waaaay earlier! I was told ETA would be approx. end of Jan.

anyway, so I went straight to testing...

I'm in the middle of trouble-shooting.. but.. atm it looks like:



FAIL



I'm getting the same combo of diagnostic LEDs as before

only other possibilities are:
- i'm doing something wrong
- the mobo was rooted before I even started

its quite likely I'll be buying another mobo & this time test if it works first
post #118 of 149
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if anyone wants to try & help:

i cannot for the life of me figure out the diagnostic code:

http://cid-ddcb6706c2587cbb.skydrive...0pg131-143.pdf

here is the mobo manual
if u go to page 131 of the manual (adobe pages says 143) there it talks about the error codes & the LEDs.. if anyone knows how to decypher the lingo lemme know, I can post a pic of the LEDs as there is a combo that stays light after power-up
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if anyone wants to try & help:

i cannot for the life of me figure out the diagnostic code:

http://cid-ddcb6706c2587cbb.skydrive...0pg131-143.pdf

here is the mobo manual
if u go to page 131 of the manual (adobe pages says 143) there it talks about the error codes & the LEDs.. if anyone knows how to decypher the lingo lemme know, I can post a pic of the LEDs as there is a combo that stays light after power-up
It basically puts out half a bit of hex. Unfortunately I can't work it out because I'm not very good at binary/hex.
If you maye a thread asking for someone who can work out a hex code from the lights that may help you. Good Luck.
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Pic of the LED's?
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