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...But I can hear again!
haha. I'll have to try it out. I have an antec 1200 case with the fans setup so the air is straight in and through the heatsink.

I'll definitely have to do the washer mod to see if I can get a good spread.
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Memtest turned out ok.

I can boot into 3.8 now and run p95, but my temps get up to 72 after 30 seconds or so. It's odd because they are:

Core #0: 72
Core #1: 61
Core #2: 61
Core #3: 72

I lapped both my heatsink and cpu, but did i do that bad of a job? I checked it with a razorblade and it looked ok. Maybe it's the weight from the TRUE w/2 Ultra Kaze 3000's on it?

BIOS Vcore: 1.475
OS Vcore: 1.464 (1.472-1.48 under load)
FSB Voltage: 1.4
SPP: 1.45
MCP: 1.65
SPP<->MCP: 1.4

QDR: 1690.1
Mem: 844.9
Linked/Sync

What would cause my Vcore to jump under load higher than what it's set to in the BIOS?
YOU HAVE Vincrease!!! never seen that before. you must have an uber powered load line calibration system that actually works logically. (normal systems should INCREASE the voltage under load not decrease it!)
    
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YOU HAVE Vincrease!!! never seen that before. you must have an uber powered load line calibration system that actually works logically. (normal systems should INCREASE the voltage under load not decrease it!)
You wrote it both ways. I think you confused the last part. Under load your voltage should drop a little. It is strange that his voltage goes up under load. I bet it helps his overclock though.
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You wrote it both ways. I think you confused the last part. Under load your voltage should drop a little. It is strange that his voltage goes up under load. I bet it helps his overclock though.
NO, thats what i meant to say, it just looks a little weird to read it.

I was just suggesting that vDroop makes no sense.
in a rational machine, the juice to it should increase as it needs more of it. LIKE HIS MOTHERBOARD!
Message to all motherboard manufacturers: make more boards have anti-vdroop.
    
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YOU HAVE Vincrease!!! never seen that before. you must have an uber powered load line calibration system that actually works logically. (normal systems should INCREASE the voltage under load not decrease it!)
haha. The whole notion of having the voltage increase under load is logical, but... for some reason mfgs don't intentionally produce mobos that way. I guess I got lucky?

On a side note....

Why would my system boot up, quickly beep 4 or 5 times, then hang on 94 (final init) on the LED post code indicator? I usually power off then power back on and it's fine.
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post #26 of 27
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After a thorough system diagnostic, everything checks out ok. Maybe due to static?

A kaze slipstream would be a decent fan to replace all my fans on my antec 1200, but doesn anybody know if they have a way to be controlled by the fan controller built into each cage?
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post #27 of 27
Actually when I did my pencil mod my vDroop turned into vRise as well. Probably lowered the resistance a tad too much.. but m'eh =P
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