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Read most of these pages but cant find any one using/trying a 550 BE. no one fancy it or will they not work or something?
Nobody yet I don't think.
They have only just came out.
And some have upgraded earlier to x3's & x4's.
All the newer cpu's seem to work on it, I don't see why the 550 would not.

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Read most of these pages but cant find any one using/trying a 550 BE. no one fancy it or will they not work or something?
Considering there are people in this thread that are running PII X4 940's I don't think A PII X2 550 will be a problem. And like Gyro said they are new and I belive everyone on here at least has a dual core already so why would we buy another.
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hitoriko, what is your ram voltage set to?

Patients my good man,patients.
420mhz oc so far

edit:here is a snipit from the 3dguru review on the 7850,"the 7850BE shows some potential, we ended up at 3300 MHz, but did have to insert 1.5~1.55 volts into the CPU to keep it stable. At 3400 our Prime95 stress tests would fail after a while."

whole review:http://www.guru3d.com/article/amd-at...50-be-review/1

Gyro
already read that review thanks though

looks like the 7750BE is better for OC than the 7850BE - from all account people using the 7750's are getting better clocks

but i still think theres more in mine! also my ram suports SLi should i enable or leave this disabled? and ungaged or ganged memory becuase im running 2 sticks of 1 gig would it make a difference at all pros/cons

anyone else with a 7850be using the M2N32 SLi please comment with your findings
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already read that review thanks though

looks like the 7750BE is better for OC than the 7850BE - from all account people using the 7750's are getting better clocks

but i still think theres more in mine! also my ram suports SLi should i enable or leave this disabled? and ungaged or ganged memory becuase im running 2 sticks of 1 gig would it make a difference at all pros/cons

anyone else with a 7850be using the M2N32 SLi please comment with your findings
I know you want to leave sli memory disabled, there was an article about it causing instability and having a lot of issues. As far as ganged and unganged, here is a thread on it. The jist of it tho is
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It is amd's version of Nvidia's Locked vs unlocked architecture.

basically allowing you to use your ram in dual channel vs single channel.

Ganged = dual channel mode for ram. All cores get access to 100% of the ram.

unganged = single channel. Each core gets access to a stick of ram.

In theory, the unganged mode is better as each core will get access to data quicker. In theory.

Some limitations apply... and i dont know muchelse.

Edit: sorry, it also alows you to control the clocks indipendantly from eachother.
Later it says that you do not have to have 1 stick for each core but that would be the best option for unganged mode.
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Nobody yet I don't think.
All the newer cpu's seem to work on it, I don't see why the 550 would not.
My thoughts exactly Gyro. I mean technically the 550BE is a 920/940 but just with disabled cores.

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and ungaged or ganged memory becuase im running 2 sticks of 1 gig would it make a difference at all pros/cons
Hitoriko, I suggest trying both modes to see what goes best with your overclock. From what I read, unganged mode seems to provide the best results.

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Thanks all going to sell my 6000+ brisbane and get a 550 and see what our beloved board can do with it
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Thanks all going to sell my 6000+ brisbane and get a 550 and see what our beloved board can do with it
Be sure to report back.
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I'm still looking for that Gparted ISO file that will alow you to copy/resize/add or delte partitions and do other stuff at the same time like surf the internet etc etc. I shall find it by the end of the night and link in on the OP page.
It only took me almost a whole day to find it but here is my original post for Parted Majic I will add this to the OP Tools section along w/another 32bit windows based partitioning tool that I found. Enjoy.
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Hi,

Is the 2207 bios any good on this board, does it have any bugs and is it stable
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no probs found thus far - and i've been OC with it for about 4days

my cpu-z for those interested
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