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post #11 of 19
You have the 8 pin connected to the board?
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post #12 of 19
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Yes... Lol
What do these settings do?
ht link control
ih flow-control mode
ht link tristate
2x lclk mode
unit id clumping
sb600spread spectrum
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Originally Posted by falven View Post
Yes... Lol
What do these settings do?
ht link control
ih flow-control mode
ht link tristate
2x lclk mode
unit id clumping
sb600spread spectrum


The flow-control and tristate options have something to do with tagging data so it is processed in order.

Just leave in on disabled.
post #14 of 19
I see the chip set voltage is set to normal. Try a small increase at first.
As the system is demanded of greater performance, the chipset can get voltage hungry too.
    
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I thought the chipset voltage was just the RAID controller and whatnot :?
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post #16 of 19
Chip Set: The Chip when the NB/SB function have been created in one physical device, or the two seperate chips... NB and SB manage various functions of the MB. Some MBs list the NB/SB as a chip set and combine the voltage change to one selection. Some offer seperate voltage contro for each bridge.
Thats the way it is on my TA770 A2+ where as the Crosshair has seperate options.
    
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I can run 2 instances of superpi 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k, 256k, 512k, and it runs 1M up to between Loop 7 and 11 and then the computer like resets, and sometimes like this weird line glitch appears on the startup screen i'll keep my camera handy for the next time it happens. I can also run 1 instance of superpi up to 2M I believe, (testing now).

Also, I once contacted GA Tech support and asked where the option was for raising the NB Voltage and they told me there was none, is there any way to somehow test to see what voltages the Chipset voltage option changes?
Thanks!
-Falven

Edit: I ran 1 instance of superpi it did all the tests up to 8M, where it got to loop 21, and then it reset my computer. When my computer was reset and in the first startup screen it reset again, without loading anything. So I went in the bios and it changed the PCIE clock from 100MHZ to auto, the memory clock from 1066 to 800, and all the ram timings to auto as well.
Help!
Edited by falven - 12/17/08 at 2:45pm
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so I've found a really high temperature on aod: TMpin3 reads about 84 C. so I'm thinking that's the NB? if that's the case, I was thinking of buying a cheap NB cooler like this one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233021 the reason I think that's the problem is because from my overclocking experience, when something over heats it resets your system. I opened my case and felt What I think is the NB and it felt really hot. It also Matches my Xiggy so that would be cool what do you guys think? I don't even know if that would fit my Mobo. all help is really appreciated, thanks!
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Something weird occured in this stabilityt test, I lowered the multi to 12.5, and upped the FSB to 256 (256*12.5=3200) As you can see in the picture, Core 3 was a lot more active than 1, 2 and 4...? Weird, anyways, my system reset (as usuall) shortly after this pi run.
:/

Edit: Second stability with upped Voltage showed more core activity throughout all 4, with core #3 still more active than the rest, hasn't crashed yet, but i don't know if 1.5V is too high to maintain 24/7 :x?


Edited by falven - 12/23/08 at 1:42pm
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