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post #1421 of 4653
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I bought a S-Flex 1600 RPM for my true because ppl say it's silent and high cfm, but i think it's quite loud. It's the only noisy component i have atm and i find it a bit annoying. (motherboard on my desk on its box). Are the Noctua fans any better ?
Ears are not all created equal.

Ever tried Panaflow fans?
Edited by glussier - 2/7/09 at 8:29am
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Anyone else having issues with 3:5 and up dividers? I can't get anything to post from 3:5 til I get to 1:2, then I'm ok.

Example: I'm running with CPU FSB @ 1200. I can't run my ram at anything between 1000-1199. Once I get to 1200 I'm fine. Chip just doesn't like that divider range. Even tried 800 CPU FSB and 667 ram FSB. No luck.

So if you having issues posting you might want to either lower or raise your RAM FSB.
    
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Chip just doesn't like that divider range.
That could be something particular to your motherboard's chipset.
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hmmm, I'll put this e2180 I have laying around in when I go to move everything to W/C in the next couple weeks and check that out.
    
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post #1425 of 4653
The reason I replied what I did, is that I tried the E5200 on several p45 and 43 motherboards, and I didn't see that type of problem.
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post #1426 of 4653
my first dual core cpu. was able to oc it up to 4.0 GHz but failed the 3Dmark06 test after a few seconds. backed it down one fsb at a time till it passed the 3Dmark06 at 3325 GHz. passed 2hrs OCCT.








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I think you had to go down to 3,325mhz because of your ram and not because of your cpu core. Try to set your ram as close to possible to it's stock frequency and timing and start increasing the cpu clock again. In occt, do only the cpu test.
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Can I get on the first page?





It's also 2hours OCCT stable - just forgot to get a screenshot of that.

Hehe gonna go higher soon...
Edited by xEVHx - 2/8/09 at 2:33am
    
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post #1429 of 4653
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Originally Posted by PizzaMan View Post
hmmm, I'll put this e2180 I have laying around in when I go to move everything to W/C in the next couple weeks and check that out.
I own an E2180, which is back in the box, it can handle up to 407 base frequency.
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it seems like i got it stable at 3.6, but i still have to give it 1.39v !! i tryed to lower the multi and then raise the fsb, but then it didnt even post . i was able to get it stable at 3.4 wit only 1.32v. why do i have to give it so much more power to get it up another 200 mhz? i think ill just stay at 3.4 its good enough
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