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3 hours and still going strong. I'll be keeping an eye on it for another hour and then go to bed. There is now one core that is completing passes slower than the others, but it's only one pass behind and there are other things running on the system so I'm not worried about it.
Is this only running small fft's? If so, definitely run either blend or large fft's as well...for me at least I could run small fft's forever but I couldn't pass large fft's without bumping up the vcore more...it seems that small fft's heat the chip up more but large pushes it harder...
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Yes, this is still small fft's. I probably won't do anything with blend or large fft's until after I try 4.0.
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I'm a huge Gigabyte fan, and I am looking to build a new Tri-Monitor SLI rig, however this board supports crossfire. I know I have fallen off the loop for sometime now, but I need to know if I will have to switch to ATI brand cards to be able to run the resolution that will be required, or can this board run SLI, as i'm a huge EVGA fan as well due to their incredible customer support. any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance to the Overclock.net community for support.
Hi Avacado- no sli on this board, crossfire only. I'm 99% certain, heck I am certain you can run Nvidia cards on this board just as well as ATI. Hope this helps and welcome to the thread
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Yes, this is still small fft's. I probably won't do anything with blend or large fft's until after I try 4.0.
good thinkin--No point in thoroughly testing every step. Just the clocks that you know you want to run on a 24/7 basis
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I'm a huge Gigabyte fan, and I am looking to build a new Tri-Monitor SLI rig, however this board supports crossfire. I know I have fallen off the loop for sometime now, but I need to know if I will have to switch to ATI brand cards to be able to run the resolution that will be required, or can this board run SLI, as i'm a huge EVGA fan as well due to their incredible customer support. any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance to the Overclock.net community for support.
Here's the closest thing I've seen: http://en.expreview.com/2009/08/06/e...therboard.html
  
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Well it's done 4 hours time for bed. The core temps have dropped to the mid 50's, but the outdoor temps have also dropped significantly.
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Ok basically I know my E8400 is capable of 4.6ghz for benching and 4.45ghz stable. But no matter what I do I can't get it to hold stable over 4.28ghz in this board. I am betting its something needing more volts but I am not sure what. I know I am giving the cpu more than enough. I bumped the MCH to 1.5v. Everything else is on auto, what else should I be messing with?(I turned on the LLC as well)
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HELP!
Started messing with ET6 and when the machine rebooted, it went to the GB splash screen and just stays there. Have tried clearing the CMOS (with and without the battery) and have pulled the batt and unplugged for an hour. Still splash screen only. Have tried delete, F buttons, and tab to no avail.
Any ideas?
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HELP!
Started messing with ET6 and when the machine rebooted, it went to the GB splash screen and just stays there. Have tried clearing the CMOS (with and without the battery) and have pulled the batt and unplugged for an hour. Still splash screen only. Have tried delete, F buttons, and tab to no avail.
Any ideas?
With and without battery,hmm, Iguess that means you have shorted the CMOS clear pins,but just in case--Try clearing the CMOS in this manner

Shut down--unplug-- hold start button in for 10 sec--short the CMOS pins in lower right corner of mobo for 1 minute using a flat screwdriver--plug back in-start--load Optimum Defaults--Set PCIe to 100--Set ram timings-- setDRAM voltage--go to Integrated Peripherals-enable all USB settings(they are at the bottom of the page)--go to Advanced BIOS Features,init display-select PEG
Also the boot order will need attention
Edited by dennyb - 8/12/09 at 5:40am
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Ok basically I know my E8400 is capable of 4.6ghz for benching and 4.45ghz stable. But no matter what I do I can't get it to hold stable over 4.28ghz in this board. I am betting its something needing more volts but I am not sure what. I know I am giving the cpu more than enough. I bumped the MCH to 1.5v. Everything else is on auto, what else should I be messing with?(I turned on the LLC as well)
LLC is the devil. Turn it off. Then put everything but MCH, vcore, and DRAM to normal.
    
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