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Well I'm gonna wait and see what NCSpec finds out tomorrow - as apparently we are having similar issues, I just bought this board last Thursday, so I still have plenty of time to RMA it. It's also good to hear Newegg does returns quick, because I figure if I ship it to them it will take 3 days to get there, and I was under the assumption it would take about 5 business days to get the refund into my account.
    
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G22 BIOS sucks for me. Won't even boot my typical 24/7 clock.

So far:
Edit: P06>P07>P03 and G16>G22>>>>>>>>G32 (Blackops BIOS really sucks on bloodrage)

I noticed substantial difference between P06 and P07 tonight booting into Windows.

205-210 bclock using P07. WTH??
flashed back to P06 and presto: 221 bclock in P06

P06 is king so far.
Edited by Patch - 4/27/09 at 2:04am
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G22 BIOS sucks for me. Won't even boot my typical 24/7 clock.

So far:
P06 and P07>P03 and G16>G22>>>>>>>>G32 (Blackops BIOS really sucks on bloodrage)
I wonder if Foxconn is going to release a Bios that allows BCLK above ~222. The Classified is doing 240+ and allowing D0 overclocks of up to 5Ghz+...

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=222721
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I wonder if Foxconn is going to release a Bios that allows BCLK above ~222. The Classified is doing 240+ and allowing D0 overclocks of up to 5Ghz+...

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=222721
Yeah, on HWbot I have the #37 slot for CPUZ with an i7 920 at 4.64 Ghz (still not worth any hardware points). That appears to be the top Bloodrage clock there. The Top 20 are dominated by Classifieds with some DFI's and a few ASUS and Gibabyte boards. Top 5 clocks include 4 EVGA boards and one DFI.

I know NC has gotten awesome 965 clocks with DICE on this board, but it doesn't seem to want to let people break the baseclock wall with locked chips.
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Yeah, on HWbot I have the #37 slot for CPUZ with an i7 920 at 4.64 Ghz (still not worth any hardware points). That appears to be the top Bloodrage clock there. The Top 20 are dominated by Classifieds with some DFI's and a few ASUS and Gibabyte boards. Top 5 clocks include 4 EVGA boards and one DFI.

I know NC has gotten awesome 965 clocks with DICE on this board, but it doesn't seem to want to let people break the baseclock wall with locked chips.
I might be in the market for a Classified 760...

I need to sleep on it for a little bit.
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I have an i7 920 D0 showing up today and we will see what happens with some good ol' fashioned brute force cold overclocking.

Also, I highly doubt those clocks posted in the screenshots for the classified are bootable clocks.
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I have an i7 920 D0 showing up today and we will see what happens with some good ol' fashioned brute force cold overclocking.

Also, I highly doubt those clocks posted in the screenshots for the classified are bootable clocks.
Eagerly awaiting those juicy results!

Yeah, those results are not likely bootable. On the other hand, I can't OC from OS any higher than I can boot to (but it it is easier to boot to 215, then go to 221 in OS).

Interestingly, reading the thread Gollie posted in detail, it seems that adjusting PCIE frequency seems to allow higher bclocks on the Classified - even getting a C0 chip to 5 Ghz. I don't recall if the Bloodrage allows that fiddling.........too bad I'm starting a work day right now.

Tonight I'll investigate PCIE frequency and southbridge voltages on the trusty BR and see if I can shatter that wall. It's clear I have a nice C0 chip and my load temps are still in the 70's at 4.6 ghz (with night time ambients), so I should have a little more room....

I'd like to not have to get a new Mobo to go along with the DICE/LN2 pot I just ordered......
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Eagerly awaiting those juicy results!

Yeah, those results are not likely bootable. On the other hand, I can't OC from OS any higher than I can boot to (but it it is easier to boot to 215, then go to 221 in OS).

Interestingly, reading the thread Gollie posted in detail, it seems that adjusting PCIE frequency seems to allow higher bclocks on the Classified - even getting a C0 chip to 5 Ghz. I don't recall if the Bloodrage allows that fiddling.........too bad I'm starting a work day right now.

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I'd like to not have to get a new Mobo to go along with the DICE/LN2 pot I just ordered......
Your results tonight will be the deciding factor as to if this BR hits the FS forum. That Classified is amazing! I really want to be able to adjust my settings from within Windows. I might have missed it but I don't think the BR has that option in the software package.
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I really want to be able to adjust my settings from within Windows. I might have missed it but I don't think the BR has that option in the software package.

It does. It's in the Aegis Panel in the software package. Click on the "shield" below the "helmet. It only allows you to tweak baseclock and some voltage settings, but works quite well.
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This looks like it might be the money BIOS page. The only setting I've messed with so far is I/O Virtualization on/off.

Lot of tinkering there to do.......and I think I'll only have an hour or so tonight (up till 2am last night.....).

NC, have you messed with PCIE in your 965 clocking?
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