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Hey guys,

Sorry but my main question is still unanswered. So if I have all my GTLREF lane adjustments done and I increase the vcore in order to aim for a higher OC, do I have to re-do them? Or can I keep them at the current +15mv and be fine? In other words, do they depend significantly on the vcore and FSB and everything else or are they more or less independent.
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hello?
post #14 of 15
hey, i think i know what your problem is, you have left things such as the NB and SB on auto for voltages, BAD idea. Via leaving them on auto your motherboard could be severely overvolting your NB and SB. Research the correct voltages and put them in. I have heard of this happening before with things set on auto, should help you achieve 24/7 stability. As for overall windows stability now however, you are fine.
    
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post #15 of 15
I think you would have to adjust the GTLREF's accordindly. Only one way to find out though, trial and error I gave up on them because it takes so much time tweaking and testing

Another thing, you should fold on one or two of those 280's if you want to get into folding, they would produce the most PPD, the GPU client is here - http://folding.stanford.edu/English/DownloadWinOther

If you want to stick with SMP on your CPU though then download the CPU client from the same link, make sure you get this one though '6.22 beta2 for MPICH (32-bit or 64-bit)'

These inscructions should help too - http://folding.stanford.edu/English/WinSMPGuideMPICH

You could always run both the CPU and GPU clients if you're serious about it ;]
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