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post #10721 of 12343
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You are supposed to lower the vcore by 200mv before you enable it.(I should have mentioned that)
It's meant for extreme ocing,to give more top end to vcore.
Gyro

Utilizing this ATM to try and push past 3.6ghz. Is this something that I shouldn't use daily? Only seeing 1.424v max in WIndows with it enabled.

Damn this board Just doesnt want to go further. Ill have to see if dropping the multi further and running more NB will be acceptable.
Edited by LuckySe7ens - 9/29/12 at 4:00pm
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post #10722 of 12343
It's only 100mv on the M2N-sli dlx.
Seems the max volts for the B97 is 1.425v,maybe to keep it in the 95w range?
But the 100mv overvolt should give you 1.525v.
Should be safe for everyday use,as long as temps stay reasonable.

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post #10723 of 12343
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Originally Posted by Gyro View Post

It's only 100mv on the M2N-sli dlx.
Seems the max volts for the B97 is 1.425v,maybe to keep it in the 95w range?
But the 100mv overvolt should give you 1.525v.
Should be safe for everyday use,as long as temps stay reasonable.
Gyro

Yeah boo, I'm feeling like I got the gimped version of this board.it really doesn't want to pass p95 @ over 3.6ghz. Granted I really have no need for more than that... But that's besides the point..

At 1.525 my temps are definitely too high for this chip on my current cooling situation.

Should I be raising chipset voltages? I had increased CPU /ht an CPU chipset.I now need to start dropping some to bring down temps at load I think.

Thanks again gyro
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post #10724 of 12343
Hello Everyone

Just installed Kingstone SSD V200+ 120Gb into my computer and it works OK. Had no errors during clean install of WIN7. Below I also made benchmark for it if you are interested.

I don't know if results are ok or not but so your comment are welcome.

Regards,


as-ssd-bench KINGSTON SVP200 4.10.2012 22-19-55.png 38k .png file
post #10725 of 12343
Welcome.

Thanks for sharing.
Can you list your system specs.


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post #10726 of 12343
Sorry don't know how to add my RIG into signature as you have it. So I just made a copy of it:

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AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ Windsor 2.8GHz Socket AM2 89W Dual-Core Processor ADA5600CZBOX
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Patriot 6GB DDR3 1333 PC3
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Western Digital 500GB AAKS

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M2N32-SLI Deluxe/Wireless Edition AMD Live!™ Ready
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post #10727 of 12343
I have an Intel i330 SSD 120 Gb plugged into the Sil SATA port. The Nforce Sata ports are too flaky with the Intel SSD. About 25% of the time on cold boots, the SSD isn't detected. In the Sil port, it is always detected.
post #10728 of 12343
photios - could you please be so kind and explain shortly what is correct procedure to plug SSD to Sil SATA port? I have already tried it before installing windows but windows installation did not recognized it, thanks for your advice in advance.
post #10729 of 12343
hey guys, i finally got some extra time to tear down my old rig. i'm hoping everything is still in working order sence it was retired over 5 years ago. at the time i thought it had bad sata ports, but turned out to be psu issue. heres some pictures of the parts. i call it my zombie project. hoping to bring it back from the dead.

spec's...
amd 6000+
m2n-sli deluxe
4gig ddr2 6400 xms
8800gt 1 gig ddr3?
old 160 gig seagate cuda
and for the moment a crappy dell psu.





ok..all cleaned up and new tim. heres my ghetto test bench. wish me luck:thumb:




Edited by toyz72 - 10/6/12 at 1:20pm
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hey guys, i finally got some extra time to tear down my old rig. i'm hoping everything is still in working order sence it was retired over 5 years ago. at the time i thought it had bad sata ports, but turned out to be psu issue. heres some pictures of the parts. i call it my zombie project. hoping to bring it back from the dead.

That M2N-SLI Deluxe looks so clean. Me like. thumb.gif Also, so you say you retired it over 5 years ago... meaning it has sat unused that whole time? If so that's a prime M2N-SLI deluxe! If mine ever died I would need an unabused replacement like that. rolleyes.gif

On that note, I didn't realize my motherboard was over 5 years old now and still kickin. I've abused it with overclock crazyness, ran folding@home for months on in on the CPU and my video cards on and off for a long time. Still amazed it is going after all this time.
Edited by Fossil - 10/6/12 at 3:19pm
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