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2:05 am here and this has been an interesting catchup for me. When I 1st got my 5kbe and using the m2n I had very little luck, but when I moved to the m2n32 I was pretty stable at 16x200 and with my two gigs of crucial, old school sticks, at stock volts. I think that I did up the vcore a bit but I forget what I had it at, it was not too much though and I kept the ram at 800. For a few months it was ok and I ran P95 for about 8 hours if my memory serves me. But then it started to error while running f@h so I lowered it down.

But now I am thinking of trying to get a higher oc with the 5k and the m2n-sli. Maybe with the vcore up to 1.4 or so I might get back up to 3.2. It all depends on the settings for the m2n I guess. I still am using the older style of corsair memory and I know that I had that up to around 440 or thereabouts with my htt somewhere near 1080-1100 but that is where my poor old organic ram fails me.

I finally got move out of the that place I was at and moved back in with my old roommates. Two women I've known for some time, nothing is there other than good friendship, who are comfortable to be around. I got everything moved in about 8pm last night but my room is a mess and my pc's aren't setup yet. Which is very odd cause I've moved quite a few times and I have always setup my computer before I even make up my bed.
Glad to hear you finally got settled!

Just for everyone who's got one of these boards and a 5k+ I'm going to post my vcore for speed. While it is not guaranteed yours will work as well(think I got a gold chip) you probably are going to be close.
BTW these are all stable

2600(stock) 1.22vcore 2800 1.27vcore 3000 1.36vcore
3200 1.36vcore 3400 1.42vcore 3600 ....1.57vcore
as you can see as speed goes up linearly (200Mhz) voltage goes up exponentially. (except for that weird 3000-3200)

simfreak47
I'm going to go back to basics. You have C&Q off, as well as any power saving options? Have you disabled all spread spectrum options as well? Is SLI memory off? Do you have the PCI-E locked @ 100Mhz? Are you stock memory timings and voltages manually put in?

This is a long shot but try 246 X 13 @ 1.45 for ~3125 and drop the HT multi to x4 for ~ 984HT also drop the ram speed one "click" If that does not work run the FSB down in 5Mhz increments until you boot into windows.(240,235,230) Once you get in check your temps at the 1.45 voltage. (Voltage has a much greater effect on temps then speed) It may be that your CPU like FSB instead of Multi and I am pretty sure your MB will handle 246FSB I think my top FSB speed was like 260.
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I tried with just the 2 sticks of the Tracers and that didn't do anything. Got another BSOD but was able to confirm 0x0000007E as the prob. Didn't read your post since I was stuck. I think I got a chip that doesn't like clocking so well =/

I think I should get some sleep too, for it is almost 2:30AM here.
Here is the bugcheck code info for your error;http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms795746.aspx

Hope that helps

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Here is the bugcheck code info for your error;http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms795746.aspx

Hope that helps

Gyro
That makes it sound as if the CPU was not stable. Basically what it says is that a thread(core) errored and was not caught by the error handler. IE unstable CPU
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Wow the 2008 BIOS is neat! Finally run 3.4Ghz stable.
I'm glad it's working out for you.

That is still beta correct or is it Official for a mobo other then the M2N32 SLI Deluxe?

I ask because I only see the 2207 Officially supporting the Phenom X4 9950 125w Ver. I also see a link to a bios 2101 on the X2 5400+ cpu. 2101 was not available in the past for some reason.
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Just an update guys, I tried the suggestions, but none worked (couldn't boot, would just reboot). I think my PSU is to blame, as it's only 250 watts and has 15amps on the 12v rail.

I'm getting a new PSU _very_ soon, so when I do, I'll definitely try again.

Thanks for all the tips guys, I really appreciate them

BTW I see all this talk of new BIOS for the M2N32 model, does anyone know if there will be another update for the M2N SLI Deluxe?
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Just an update guys, I tried the suggestions, but none worked (couldn't boot, would just reboot). I think my PSU is to blame, as it's only 250 watts and has 15amps on the 12v rail.

I'm getting a new PSU _very_ soon, so when I do, I'll definitely try again.

Thanks for all the tips guys, I really appreciate them

BTW I see all this talk of new BIOS for the M2N32 model, does anyone know if there will be another update for the M2N SLI Deluxe?
Holy 250w no wonder. I know I am pushing the limits of my 650 but wow!
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Holy 250w no wonder. I know I am pushing the limits of my 650 but wow!
I know... I'm gonna be in a real pickle if I get an 8800GTX i've been looking at . I'm going to pick up one of the Corsair 520 watt PSU's when I get the cash
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I think my PSU is to blame, as it's only 250 watts and has 15amps on the 12v rail.
Simfreak47, wow I'm surprised the 250W hasn't died yet. I had a Fortron PSU with similar specifications that eventually died after being under to much load

I'm sure you'll be very satisfied with anything Corsair has to offer.

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I know... I'm gonna be in a real pickle if I get an 8800GTX i've been looking at . I'm going to pick up one of the Corsair 520 watt PSU's when I get the cash
Personally I would @ least grab this 650w corsair. It may not be modular but I have never owned a modular and have always been able to get the cables out of the way of my air flow. It's cheaper and has more power. Heck It's got more power than my current BFG 650w and I have been running my sig rig off of it for ~ 2 years and have been folding 24/7 for the last 5-6 months.
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Simfreak47, wow I'm surprised the 250W hasn't died yet. I had a Fortron PSU with similar specifications that eventually died after being under to much load

I'm sure you'll be very satisfied with anything Corsair has to offer.

Good luck
Heh, this PSU has actually been pretty strong for me. Always used it as a backup since I retired the HP it was powering 24/7 for the last 4 years. I used to have a CX400, but my DFI nF4 didn't like it, but it was very nice on the other rig (sadly I sent it back for refund)

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Personally I would @ least grab this 650w corsair. It may not be modular but I have never owned a modular and have always been able to get the cables out of the way of my air flow. It's cheaper and has more power. Heck It's got more power than my current BFG 650w and I have been running my sig rig off of it for ~ 2 years and have been folding 24/7 for the last 5-6 months.
Thanks, I'll take this into consideration!
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