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just got one today.. will test later guys..
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post #1122 of 2829
Ive got 5- 120mm fans all spinning @2000rpm when I need it, using a fan controller so when it is alittle colder out I can turn them down to 900-1000 and still have nice temps...
Here is my fan controller

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Ive got 5- 120mm fans all spinning @2000rpm when I need it, using a fan controller so when it is alittle colder out I can turn them down to 900-1000 and still have nice temps...
Ok first of all NIIICE!... wish i could have that much coolage going on Ne

And then my problem:

So i've managed to get a 'stable' run at 3.59 = 266 x13.5 @ 1.45v

As soon as i push that multiplier to 14x, its Bluescreens in my sauce

So i did the only obvious thing.... raise the voltage.... as far as 1.5!! but it still BSOD's

So my real question is... should i raise my NB voltage or any other voltages? Or should i try lowering my NB Multiplier (currently at x8)

P.S Naturally i would try fiddling myself instead of being a nuisance on the forums (srry) But i cant afford to replace my Phenom if i blow a hole in it
Edited by warfox - 2/17/09 at 5:32am
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post #1124 of 2829
NB volts since your already running it at almost 2128Mhz.....with mine I can set the NB Multi@ 14 giving me 2800Mhz with my volts at 1.45 and are stable...but that is with a FSB @200
In your case since FSB @266x 8 multi your said thats only 2128,stock volts should be fine......ALso what are your ram settings? make sure that you are running the right volts through the ram also.....Your probably getting those screen cuzz of your ram

First try this if you like, just try up'n your CPU multi at first and see how far you can get by doing that on stock volts....but have your ram set @ what there suppose to be... you should be able to get at least Multi of17 on stock volts
Edited by HondaGuy - 2/17/09 at 5:56am
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Played around with my new chip last night for a couple of hours. Still seems like these chips need to be cold more than anything. I mean that is great and all that these things no longer have a cold bug, but it seems like they are tuned specifically for cold. I was running well under 50c last night and it was obvious that there was some sort of heat related issue. Like there is a certain threshold for heat that once you reach it will not be stable. Anyway here is my wPrime run from last night (third run) and I will post my 3DMark06 run in the appropriate thread.


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Damn fine job there Ben..and what's the max deneb can run at? 65? (w/o dying)

HondaGuy:

Well i have my voltage on my ram at 2.1 (no idea what the reccommended is) and have it clocked to 1060 (i believe) for the sole reason that any other clock setting gives me a nearly instant BSOD. Any other RAM setting includes haveing them set to 'Unganged' instead of 'Auto'
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Guiess who finally got theirs to break 3.4??? Oh yeahhhhhh meeeeee!!!

I dumped my hard drives, reformated, set my raid back up, and reinstalled windows. I started low. Turned the mult down to 12, and started raising the bus first. Did som messing around. Right now im at 230x15.5 @3565 1.42v
    
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I got 3D 06 to pass at 3,706, but anything higher it BSOD
I need to try 3.5 on stock volts to see how far this chip will go without voltage, I know 3.6 requires 1.4v and 3.7 require 1.425.

Not bad for a single 3870


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Should have gotten the unstable one at 3,778

EDIT: hahaha, I love some of those tags, especially "phenom ii ftmfw"
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Honestly when it comes to water cooling a I do not know what I am talking about. I know the basic understanding of it with all the components and such. All I know is that the apogee gtz is the best cpu block. I would also like to have a 240 rad. because the antec 1200 has two 120s already on the back. This would be just for cooling the CPU for now then possibly the gpus Jus not sure.
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@Warfox, lower your clock settings to 800MHz and c if you can get any higher.
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Guiess who finally got theirs to break 3.4??? Oh yeahhhhhh meeeeee!!!

I dumped my hard drives, reformated, set my raid back up, and reinstalled windows. I started low. Turned the mult down to 12, and started raising the bus first. Did som messing around. Right now im at 230x15.5 @3565 1.42v
Emersonsc, congrats buddy. Good work on the troubleshooting

Keep pushing and let us know if everything is stable.

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