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I have one in my old rig that is less watts but I can tear it out tomorrow and see. Only problem is the MSI board has an that 8 pin power slot up there next to the CPU and I think my other power supply only has a 4 pin
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All i can see you are doing is making some trollish intel comments about my hardware and stating your opinion that you think its a bad cpu....oh thats what passes off as help

Mastiff came off to me as clearly arrogant and aggressive as well so its on both of us that this little argument occurred...just because you want to side with him doesn't make his comments any less aggressive or arrogant or childish...

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I feel you started it but as to who did it is just an opinion...i am not one to argue over the internet and its one of the main reasons i never join any discussions between systems/brands or the like...everyone wants to start a fight and always be right not to mention everyone always wants to jump to the conclusion that you are trying to be rude and start something as well...i to do not have the time or want to deal with the stress of bickering on the internet

I never said i wasn't going to further test blend and i know that it should be ran just like any other stability test so i will be continuing the run soon enough...it is commonly ruled out though that as long as you don't crash within the first few hours the overclock is decently stable...so after i didn't crash in Prime 95 i decided to test out a few other tests i have on hand

From what i have found googling NO one has had this problem relating to GTA IV...i am about to install modern warfare 2 and see if i get the BSOD there(make sure to read the EVGA link i posted) to see whats up...if i fail that i will have to compare systems with that guy from the EVGA thread
Edited by Rewindlabs - 11/19/09 at 9:09pm
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"A blend test won't matter if I am crashing at stock settings..."


I'm not sure if it's a coincidence or not but while my MoBo was at MSI. I installed a 939 Setup usingf the same case, Watercooling system AND PSU. THAT setup was getting Radom Shutoff's as well... Does this sound like a similiar syptom to anyone?
That sounds like a PSU issue just my 2-cents worth lol
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I'm sorry but you are totally here to argue. You keep bringing S**T back up and dragging it out. Look at this post YOU made...

"He edited the title before you posted...i would say "nice try ass" but you didn't know...

Edit: I don't believe that...it can't be right since i am never wrong
!"

YOU are clearly the arrogant one!

If I came off aggressive, maybe it's becaue I get so SICK of F@GG@T's like you thinking that they can just go around the internet a talk smack like you do and everyone has to DEAL with it. It's Very clear that you are NOT wanted on this thread... Everyone just make sure to ignore this Fruit Cake from this post forward and maybe we'll get lucky and He'll just slime his way over to another thread and leave ours well enough alone!

That's another thing. ALL THAT YOU DO IS POST ON TONS of thread ALL day long. Why do you go out and "TRY" to get a girl friend or something... Or are you not that type!!!!

Get lost Gommer!!!

Sorry if any "others" that post on this thread take offense to this. It's not aimed toward you at all. JUST HIM. Reply to him if you like but keep in mind, that's like talking to the kid, in grade school that smelled like pee. They'll just keep coming back over to talk to you, not having a clue!!!!
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You made Masstiff RAGE You did what you could Mastiff its ok lets focus on helping others just like you helped me.
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Yes, so the MSI board is 8 pin power? is there another spot to power on this mobo, maybe I missed it?

anyone want to trade a 700W tagen for something Modular? my cable management in this case is really bad
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No.,..u need an 8 pin....I think u can use the 4 pin as well, but that would lead to less efficient voltage on loads or something like that.
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Also is it normal that when I push the clear CMOS and start my pc, it tells me CMOS is not right and wont start my PC up unless I go into BIOS?
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A blend test won't matter if i am crashing at stock settings....i am easily 2 hours stable with blend at my overclocked settings and am now running OCCT/Linpack and Core Damage for some thorough testing.....this isn't a clock stability issue

Rewind, 2 hours of prime is hardly an indication of stability. Ideally you'd let it run for 12.
The reason why it is important to let it run for so long is that is the clocks on the CPU itself begin to get out of sync with each other. And that will usually lead to instability and blue screens. Also, when installing any sort of system files like drivers and such it is highly recommended that you do this at stock settings, that way there's no possibility of corruption during installation. I've had experience with this first hand when trying to install my XFi.

At your overclocked settings, run prime for at least 8 hours. If you get no errors, then you should be OK. But as I mentioned before, the longer you let it run, the better.

I read your other post about trying to play MW2 and you getting a BSOD. What is the failure code that you're getting?

Regarding OCCT, myself right along with others have run into issues with it misreporting failures and temperatures. I have found S&M and prime to be the best stress tests out there.
As others have mentioned, S&M will test each component individually, whereas prime will test the system as a whole.

Also, I believe that you and Mastiff should put your petty squabble behind you. Both of you should treat others the way you'd like to be treated.

Good luck with your overclock. Report back after you've run prime for at least 8 hours.
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My old asus board had the EZ plug for extra voltage for the PCI slots in case the GPU did have a power plug...

I don't know what's going on with this thing. It's running fine now. @

CPU 3510 (270*13 @ 1.45v) 24*C idle
NB 2700 (270x 10) @ 1.4v and 45*C I was at 50-51 before at the same voltage...
Ram @ 1440 7-7-7-24-31-1T @ 2.0v I should lower that! lol
HT @ 2430 (270x9)
moBo Temp is 32.

So things seem fine for now... Going to run some blend. Played BF2142 for a bit and it was flawless... Should be though...

Chops,

"Also is it normal that when I push the clear CMOS and start my pc, it tells me CMOS is not right and wont start my PC up unless I go into BIOS?"
Yes! That normal.

Black , I tried but like I said, I'm done. He won't stop though... That's his thing... Check his name.
Edited by Mastiffman - 11/19/09 at 10:18pm
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