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Woah!

Have you tested it for stability yet? What cooling are you using?

Very nice.

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c3 has got some legs!

New CPU-Z validation @ 5.246GHz



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Wow guys! I am waiting patiently for NCspecV81 to let us in on the secret
O and NC I have updated you sign up, hope you dont mind
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 11/10/09 at 3:53pm
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hi there, im still having issues trying to oc my 955, i can get the nb running @2600 stable and my ram @ rated speed and timings with a .2v increase over rated voltage, and can clock the cpu to 3.72ghz with 1.38v prime stable,
but if i up cpu to 3.8ghz @1.4v, and nb @2500mhz its stable but if i run 3d mark 06 at these settings the loading screen in the first test goes funny colours and also in the test its self, but if i exit 3dmark and restart its fine but then the screen will either go black or a light blue after the first or second test and stay like that, but the funny thing is the hd light still flickers and my cpu temps still go up and down as if its still doing something, i tryed leaving it to see if it would sort its self but i had to do a hard shutdown as for some reason my cpu temps suddenly started rising rather quickly and went higher then they had gone after 2hours of prime blend,
anyway i was wondering if anyone else had similiar problems and could shed some light on what it might be.
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But I don't get any error. Just when I get to a certain setting, I start getting frame buffer corruption like Ethatron. I have been debating on whether or not I should increase PCIe voltage slightly to "get a better signal".
I just stabilized it with NB-Volts (not CPU-NB). All parms the same, NB at 1.29V bang, NB at 1,3V instantaneously stable. If it's prime95 stable is another thing, but I get the impression it's the way to go with NB-V.
I got 4 sticks and they are 1.9V too, so I think it should be natural that the NB is pretty starving with default settings.
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Bah...cant get core #2 stable at 3Ghz CPU-NB... almost instanly fails but the other cores just keep on going...
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Bah...cant get core #2 stable at 3Ghz CPU-NB... almost instanly fails but the other cores just keep on going...
Is this what ACC is for? Stabilizing a weak core? I've yet to see any concrete info about what ACC is, and what it does.
EDIT: ... other than to unlock cores and cache, but what's the whole -12 to +12 thing for each core?

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so alls well now? This seems to be the case on my board. Upping CPU-NB VDD will impact your NB frequency negatively. Kinda curious what happens when you lower it more than what it is at auto. Hmmm ideers ideers ideers...
So what should ure CPU NB VDD be and what should ure CPU NB V be? say at 2.6ghz NB
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I dunno.. I leave my cpu-nb vdd at auto b/c any higher makes it unstable for me @ 3300. I use 1.55v of cpu-nb to stabalize 3300.
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I just stabilized it with NB-Volts (not CPU-NB). All parms the same, NB at 1.29V bang, NB at 1,3V instantaneously stable. If it's prime95 stable is another thing, but I get the impression it's the way to go with NB-V.
I got 4 sticks and they are 1.9V too, so I think it should be natural that the NB is pretty starving with default settings.
Hmm..... I'll give that a shot. Thanks for the tip.

Now here's the weird thing, I don't think my board likes my XFi. My sound got all screwed up and ever since I installed my other GPU it keeps asking me for some HDMI audio drivers. Which I've reinstalled.
Anyway, I uninstalled it and my stability issue in Mass Effect went away. Although, the weird graphic anomalies happen when the screen flickers upon launching a game.
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Hmm..... I'll give that a shot. Thanks for the tip.

Now here's the weird thing, I don't think my board likes my XFi. My sound got all screwed up and ever since I installed my other GPU it keeps asking me for some HDMI audio drivers. Which I've reinstalled.
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the audio drivers are coming from the onboard sound processors on the 4870's.
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