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Originally Posted by Barktoothx View Post


I'm with the default values ​​of time, when I play with the PMT in automatic mode at a voltage of 1.3375, but sometimes I have no small glitches artifacts in some images, do you think I need 1.35 volts to work properly?, I will do what you do to play with PTM manaual high performance mode and then tell you what has happened, thanks.

I unknow are going into high performance when windows loads?

And i set automatic settings in bios, only multiplier set manually on 17x

artifacting may be your gfx card.
Run furmark or ati tool to check the card.
Your last srceenshot shows the cpu volts at 1.366v(in AIDA64), that is ok for stock speed.



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Originally Posted by Ballyhoogames View Post

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Originally Posted by Ballyhoogames View Post

Thanks.
No errors.
Typing on home PC now - so far no freeze though probably just a matter of time.
Hmm.
Core Temp 1.0 RC3 is showing CPU#0 at a min of 36 degrees and a max of 40 degrees.
TDP at 124.8 watts
TechPowerUp GPU-Z is showing two GPU temps: one at 56c and the other at 51.3. PCB temp at 44.8c
Any ideas?
Regards.

Yep it's freezing up again. Looks like I'm going to have to upgrade to a new MB and components. Hello DDR3 and i5. Shame really. This board has served me well.

Damn shame:(


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post #10622 of 12360
Strictly no artifacts, but images of the same game but suddenly appearing, and only in need for speed most wanted, others like resident V, or NFS shift work well, must be driver issues with that game, the video card never exceeds 57 ° C at full load, annex a video terminat just before closing the system freezes, and sometimes it does when you start, what could it be?

http://s615.photobucket.com/albums/tt239/Barktoothx/?action=view&current=Vdeo0004.mp4

redface.gif
Edited by Barktoothx - 9/10/12 at 2:42pm
post #10623 of 12360
I put my pc on top of the table and temps dropped by 2-4 c. frown.gif noise of the fans are noticeably loader now tho.

is it worth removing the north/south bridge heat sinks and reapplying the thermal paste?

post #10624 of 12360
Hey again fellas,

Just installed my Phenom 2 965 BE. I used NV tools to set all 4 cores to 16x multiplier. I got a few BSOD of at first -- heres how it went:

1) first boot worked fine, was playing around in NV tools and made my BOOT file with 16x applied, it eventually BSOD
2) tried restarting machine, after my BIOS post it was a black DOS style screen with the words "Phenom X2 965 Black edition..." that was stuck there, shut down the PC
3) Started machine again and once windows was trying to load it gave me a BSOD with an error message about my ACPI not being compatible
4) Played around in BIOS set the VCore a little lower, turned my ram down from AUTO to 533 -- windows loaded fine and is still running stable. Configured my NVTools to load BOOT at start up

Due to my rocky start up I was wondering if some of you guys would like to check out a few screen caps I took of my CPU-Z? Heres the link:

http://i48.tinypic.com/301k214.jpg

I am not ready to mess around with overclocking yet, wanting to give the system a few days to see if I get any more BSOD or crashes.

Any suggestions would be highly appreciated!!

**NOTE** CPU-Z v1.61 (latest version) also crashed for me, using 1.60 works fine though
Edited by gayLaser - 9/10/12 at 7:11pm
post #10625 of 12360
Quote:
Originally Posted by gayLaser View Post

Hey again fellas,
Just installed my Phenom 2 965 BE. I used NV tools to set all 4 cores to 16x multiplier. I got a few BSOD of at first -- heres how it went:
1) first boot worked fine, was playing around in NV tools and made my BOOT file with 16x applied, it eventually BSOD
2) tried restarting machine, after my BIOS post it was a black DOS style screen with the words "Phenom X2 965 Black edition..." that was stuck there, shut down the PC
3) Started machine again and once windows was trying to load it gave me a BSOD with an error message about my ACPI not being compatible
4) Played around in BIOS set the VCore a little lower, turned my ram down from AUTO to 533 -- windows loaded fine and is still running stable. Configured my NVTools to load BOOT at start up
Due to my rocky start up I was wondering if some of you guys would like to check out a few screen caps I took of my CPU-Z? Heres the link:
http://i48.tinypic.com/301k214.jpg
I am not ready to mess around with overclocking yet, wanting to give the system a few days to see if I get any more BSOD or crashes.
Any suggestions would be highly appreciated!!
**NOTE** CPU-Z v1.61 (latest version) also crashed for me, using 1.60 works fine though

Lower vcore immediately to less than 1.4 volts 1.3375 volts preference

stock is 1.35 votls 3400mhz max 17 multipliers
minimum to 1.15 volts = 800mhz 4x multipliers

Using this program

http://www.overclock.net/t/551259/phenommsrtweaker-guide-custom-cool-n-quiet-for-overclocks

reminds disable cool & quite and C1, and put the vcore from auto on bios

first set stable the cpu on stock clock and volts.

Godluck thumb.gif
Edited by Barktoothx - 9/10/12 at 8:38pm
post #10626 of 12360
Quote:
Originally Posted by gayLaser View Post

Hey again fellas,
Just installed my Phenom 2 965 BE. I used NV tools to set all 4 cores to 16x multiplier. I got a few BSOD of at first -- heres how it went:
1) first boot worked fine, was playing around in NV tools and made my BOOT file with 16x applied, it eventually BSOD
2) tried restarting machine, after my BIOS post it was a black DOS style screen with the words "Phenom X2 965 Black edition..." that was stuck there, shut down the PC
3) Started machine again and once windows was trying to load it gave me a BSOD with an error message about my ACPI not being compatible
4) Played around in BIOS set the VCore a little lower, turned my ram down from AUTO to 533 -- windows loaded fine and is still running stable. Configured my NVTools to load BOOT at start up
Due to my rocky start up I was wondering if some of you guys would like to check out a few screen caps I took of my CPU-Z? Heres the link:
http://i48.tinypic.com/301k214.jpg
I am not ready to mess around with overclocking yet, wanting to give the system a few days to see if I get any more BSOD or crashes.
Any suggestions would be highly appreciated!!
**NOTE** CPU-Z v1.61 (latest version) also crashed for me, using 1.60 works fine though

what version of bios are you using
post #10627 of 12360
Hey Club, total newbie here. So let me begin with I just got back into the game. I found a tower at a yard sale for $20 and took my chances. To my surprise it came with:
Mainboard: Asus M2N32SLI Deluxe
CPU: AMD 64 X2 4200+
Optical Drives: IDE HP DVD-RW, IDE Memorex DVD-ROM
Case: Antec P180
PSU: Antec NeoPower HE 550Watts

i bought some ram off ebay, Corsiar dominator 2GBX4 PC8500 1066mhz $53
I bought a used EVGA 8800GTS 320MB craigslist $30
and a friend at kingston just shipped me a new SSD HYPERX 240GB $0
and just last week i purchased a new CPU AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE from newegg $89
WIN 7 Ultimate $0

The help I need is what do i need to do to the BIOS or OS to make the new 965 processor work at 3.4? maybe OC it later? CPU-Z says its running at 800mhz??? why?

My bios is rev 5002.
NV tools is installed.

Please help, THANKS guys.
post #10628 of 12360
Quote:
Originally Posted by Barktoothx View Post

Strictly no artifacts, but images of the same game but suddenly appearing, and only in need for speed most wanted, others like resident V, or NFS shift work well, must be driver issues with that game, the video card never exceeds 57 ° C at full load, annex a video terminat just before closing the system freezes, and sometimes it does when you start, what could it be?

http://s615.photobucket.com/albums/tt239/Barktoothx/?action=view&current=Vdeo0004.mp4

redface.gif

Could be a driver/software issue.
Try the suggestion found here http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-system/windows-7-stuck-on-shutdown-screen/d7ae568e-3480-467f-a401-12d2837f7556

Quote:
Originally Posted by nuke777 View Post

I put my pc on top of the table and temps dropped by 2-4 c. frown.gif noise of the fans are noticeably loader now tho.

is it worth removing the north/south bridge heat sinks and reapplying the thermal paste?


Every little bit helps,can you set it on a box beside the desk,that'll get it away from your ears.
Is the chipset or heatsink on the vrms hot to touch? There is only paste on the chipset,this thermal tape on the vrms.

Quote:
Originally Posted by gayLaser View Post

Hey again fellas,

Just installed my Phenom 2 965 BE. I used NV tools to set all 4 cores to 16x multiplier. I got a few BSOD of at first -- heres how it went:

1) first boot worked fine, was playing around in NV tools and made my BOOT file with 16x applied, it eventually BSOD
2) tried restarting machine, after my BIOS post it was a black DOS style screen with the words "Phenom X2 965 Black edition..." that was stuck there, shut down the PC
3) Started machine again and once windows was trying to load it gave me a BSOD with an error message about my ACPI not being compatible
4) Played around in BIOS set the VCore a little lower, turned my ram down from AUTO to 533 -- windows loaded fine and is still running stable. Configured my NVTools to load BOOT at start up

Due to my rocky start up I was wondering if some of you guys would like to check out a few screen caps I took of my CPU-Z? Heres the link:

http://i48.tinypic.com/301k214.jpg

I am not ready to mess around with overclocking yet, wanting to give the system a few days to see if I get any more BSOD or crashes.

Any suggestions would be highly appreciated!!

**NOTE** CPU-Z v1.61 (latest version) also crashed for me, using 1.60 works fine though

Set cpu volts the 1.3375v in bios,that should give you about 1.36v+- in cpu-z.
Set your ram timing and volts manually.
If that stabilizes then you may be able to raise ram to 667 to try.

Quote:
Originally Posted by old98techie View Post

Hey Club, total newbie here. So let me begin with I just got back into the game. I found a tower at a yard sale for $20 and took my chances. To my surprise it came with:
Mainboard: Asus M2N32SLI Deluxe
CPU: AMD 64 X2 4200+
Optical Drives: IDE HP DVD-RW, IDE Memorex DVD-ROM
Case: Antec P180
PSU: Antec NeoPower HE 550Watts

i bought some ram off ebay, Corsiar dominator 2GBX4 PC8500 1066mhz $53
I bought a used EVGA 8800GTS 320MB craigslist $30
and a friend at kingston just shipped me a new SSD HYPERX 240GB $0
and just last week i purchased a new CPU AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE from newegg $89
WIN 7 Ultimate $0

The help I need is what do i need to do to the BIOS or OS to make the new 965 processor work at 3.4? maybe OC it later? CPU-Z says its running at 800mhz??? why?

My bios is rev 5002.
NV tools is installed.

Please help, THANKS guys.

Lucky Dog biggrin.gif

In bios set cpu volts to 1.3375v(about 1.36v in cpu-z,Most M2N32's overvolt by .04v+-),set cpu multi to x17,manually set ram timing and volts to spec,save and exit.
Load to windows, open NVCP/ performance/cpu and set multi for each core to x17,save as profile(name it "boot"),open profile policies and set the boot profile to start with windows.

That will get you started.

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post #10629 of 12360
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Originally Posted by old98techie View Post

Hey Club, total newbie here. So let me begin with I just got back into the game. I found a tower at a yard sale for $20 and took my chances. To my surprise it came with:
Mainboard: Asus M2N32SLI Deluxe
CPU: AMD 64 X2 4200+
Optical Drives: IDE HP DVD-RW, IDE Memorex DVD-ROM
Case: Antec P180
PSU: Antec NeoPower HE 550Watts
i bought some ram off ebay, Corsiar dominator 2GBX4 PC8500 1066mhz $53
I bought a used EVGA 8800GTS 320MB craigslist $30
and a friend at kingston just shipped me a new SSD HYPERX 240GB $0
and just last week i purchased a new CPU AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE from newegg $89
WIN 7 Ultimate $0
The help I need is what do i need to do to the BIOS or OS to make the new 965 processor work at 3.4? maybe OC it later? CPU-Z says its running at 800mhz??? why?
My bios is rev 5002.
NV tools is installed.
Please help, THANKS guys.

wow a full tower case for 20$!! not to mention it wasn't empty inside?? you lucky bastard biggrin.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by Gyro View Post

Could be a driver/software issue.
Try the suggestion found here http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-system/windows-7-stuck-on-shutdown-screen/d7ae568e-3480-467f-a401-12d2837f7556
Every little bit helps,can you set it on a box beside the desk,that'll get it away from your ears.
Is the chipset or heatsink on the vrms hot to touch? There is only paste on the chipset,this thermal tape on the vrms.

at this point I set it up to the limit of my cables.
sorry for the noobish question but the vrm heatsink is the long one that is west of cpu and the chipset is the square that is south east of the cpu right? so Im assuming that if I take it appart I don't touch the thermal tape on vrm but just the chipset?

I'll get back to you on how it feels to the touch wink.gif

thanks for your help. thumb.gif
post #10630 of 12360
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Originally Posted by Gyro View Post

Could be a driver/software issue.
Try the suggestion found here http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-system/windows-7-stuck-on-shutdown-screen/d7ae568e-3480-467f-a401-12d2837f7556
Every little bit helps,can you set it on a box beside the desk,that'll get it away from your ears.
Is the chipset or heatsink on the vrms hot to touch? There is only paste on the chipset,this thermal tape on the vrms.
Set cpu volts the 1.3375v in bios,that should give you about 1.36v+- in cpu-z.
Set your ram timing and volts manually.
If that stabilizes then you may be able to raise ram to 667 to try.
Lucky Dog biggrin.gif
In bios set cpu volts to 1.3375v(about 1.36v in cpu-z,Most M2N32's overvolt by .04v+-),set cpu multi to x17,manually set ram timing and volts to spec,save and exit.
Load to windows, open NVCP/ performance/cpu and set multi for each core to x17,save as profile(name it "boot"),open profile policies and set the boot profile to start with windows.
That will get you started.
Gyro

Im not having luck with the NV tools software? the only thing I can adjust or slide is the "clock speeds" i cant adjust multipliers. but the multipliers show 17x just like in the bios. Or maybe im just lacking how to use NV Tools??? lol

I did make a rule to load the boot.nsu when windows loads. but CPUZ still shows the cpu's at 800mhz with 4x multipliers, hmmmm.

Iguess when ur rusty ur rusty! i remember back in the days when I was all in SCSI everything, back to SCSI 1998 era! lol
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