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OK maybe now we familiarized you can add me and my system to the members list on page one
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OK maybe now we familiarized you can add me and my system to the members list on page one

Sorry if I missed a previouse request from you to join the club. I am always doing several things at once. It's just how I roll man!!! I'll get you up there in a jiffy.

N2G

OK I have added you and your system.

Hey guys one more member for our club. Give him a warm welcome.
Edited by N2Gaming - 2/19/09 at 1:16am
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I'm impressed with the CPU score RagingInferno

I'd like to see some Crysis fps results of yours using 8800gt. Can you give it a try?

Ps. I haven't ordered my 7750BE as I said before. Feel like I will not hurry .
Edited by TheFoister - 2/19/09 at 7:25am
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By the way,
Acc. to the below review, M2N32 is not limitting any of the Cpu's potential. RagingInferno's 3792 points cpu score is almost identical with the review's results (which is done using a AM2+ compatible 790 chipset mobo).

http://www.guru3d.com/article/amd-ph...-review-am3/20
Edited by TheFoister - 2/19/09 at 10:14am
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By the way,
Acc. to the below review, M2N32 is limitting any of the Cpu's potential. RagingInferno's 3792 points cpu score is almost identical with the review's results.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/amd-ph...-review-am3/20
That's a good point, and is certainly a concern with older-generation mobos. Another fact to take into account is that the RAM is basically limited to 4*FSB (4*200 = 800 MHz) (although it is related to overall CPU frequency). You may get better RAM performance if you crank up the FSB and drop the CPU multiplier a bit. That way, you can get your RAM to go faster. (ex: where FSB = 240, 4*FSB = DDR2-960.) Either way, this board is going to limit your parts in SOME way.

The absolute exception to this "fact" is this: if you can tighten the timings on your RAM enough, it will effectively work as fast as a speed higher than DDR2-800. (ex: 5-5-5-15 is NOT the same as 4-4-4-12. The latter (4) is much faster than the former (5).)
Edited by Slink - 2/19/09 at 8:00am
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So how goes it as far as anyone running a PII 940 on the board? I see many are going for the 7750. I was hoping to maybe get a 940 running, but if not I guess the 9850BE may work. Any O/C results on either the 940 or 9850 on the board?
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I'm impressed with the CPU score RagingInferno

I'd like to see some Crysis fps results of yours using 8800gt. Can you give it a try?

Ps. I haven't ordered my 7750BE as I said before. Feel like I will not hurry .
Sure but how did you want me to do it? I was playing warhead on native resolution (1440 x 900) without aa, on high and it would stay between 30-55fps if I remember correctly.

Warhead doesn't have the same CPU and GPU test as the original does it?
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OK so I've done everything that has been suggested. I'm sorry for the legnth of this post but I feel its best I just say everything that I've tried so far.
First I removed everything from its case and took out everything from the mobo. I cleaned and checked the mobo for any obvious burns etc.. No problems. I ran the mobo on its own. No problems. I added the ram and cpu and graphics card one by one each time no problems. Hard drives added no problems. I put it back in the case no problems. I checked the PSU with a meter as N2G suggested and it seems to be ok. I was getting readings of 5.14 v and 12.20 v no fluctuations pretty steady stuff.
I put it back in the case and away we go. No problems. I went into bios everything looked fine, (did notice under Power > hardware monitor the 5 V was reading 4.99 am not sure if this is significant but I doubt it.
I started to mess with my settings to get it back to the OC I had instead of stock. No problems everything running fine. I left it on last night as I usually do and again no problems. At this point I was pretty confident the problem (whatever it had been wasn't coming back)
Today when I got in from work I decided to restart my the system just to make sure. Bam! Dies pre post. Gutted. So first I unplugged the 4pin 12v atx and switched the system on, it ran fine didn't die. But obviously due to a lack of 4pin molex didn't post. So I plugged the atx back in and took the CPU out leaving everything in and again it was fine didn't die. One again though it obviously didn't post. So I reset the cpu and tried to switch it on, wouldn't post, I tried powering up about 40 times and then gave up, went downstairs and had a cup of tea.
I came back an hour later and switched the system on and it was fine... as if nothing had happened. I'm really confused by this now. Just to recap it all started when I added my new Western digital Tb HD (admittedly the problem of powering up might have been there long before this new HD as my system was probably on for at least a couple of weeks before this) Once the new HD was in place the system kept dying pre post. I'm pretty sure that my ram, Graphics, Psu and HD are all ok. My mobo seems fine too. I'm on the very system i'm talking about now so I don't see how the CPU is dead. I need to get this sorted I don't want to be scared of powering down my system for fear it will take 4 hours to get back on. The only thing i've found was in the Western Digital HD manual under “System Lockup Information” (which I've posted above) but I've tried the system without all HD and it has still not powered up.
Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks.

Princip
Edited by princip - 2/19/09 at 10:55am
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System specs just edited today as I'm now starting on a new comp
7/15/2009
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