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I would like to apologize to rewindlabs, mastiffman, XAnarchy, and anyone else I may have offended in the past couple days.

I have been under a lot of stress and may have taken some of it out on your guys. While this is not an excuse(because it is not acceptable) I hope you guys can understand that we all have bad weeks, and I am sorry!

I really like to think of this club as a family of sorts and hope that there are no hard feelings.
No offense at all with your behaviour Eclipse. I think you are always polite and quite tolerant.

As to the MSI Tech telling me the NB is good over 80c, it was phone support. If someone else would like to call and discuss it as well to see if the info is consistent, that may be a good idea. The call took all of about 5 mins~ to get someone on the phone, so it was an easy call.

E. you have mail/pm.

Marc
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Shadow419!!!!!

Where you been buddy? It's nice to see you back on!

Thank for the info, both of you on the Flashy thingy! (MIB) For some reason I could use my USB to flash before going to 1.77b. I'nm not sure if it was FAT nased or just FAT. Either way I called MSI TEch and they said to flash it using the USB Format tool" and add the window 98 bootable files in proces. Then vopy the AFUD4310 and the BIOS that i want to the USB device. Set the USB port as first boot deviec and reboot her and it will flash.

Sure enough! It did! SO I'm happy for now with that. I realy don't understand why it would flash before but after flashing to BIOS 1.77b I had to reformat my USB. I went to OCZ and downloaded the 1.77b originally because they said that it (M-Flash inablity to flash bug) was fixed. Obviosly not or it was justa change in the way that it's able to flash.

So if anyone's having issues, try reformating the USB device as Described above...

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What's up bud! Took a break from posting and lurking my usual haunts. Tweaking took a back seat after I topped out at 3.7ghz with my unlocked x2 550.

I can't stress enough how much easier and headache free it is flashing in dos with AFUD. It takes a few minutes of your time to prep your usb stick, but it's trouble free flashing.
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what are all the options you guys disable in bios? phase power?
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Usually just C1E, Cn'Q, and Spread Spectrum. All the phase control for power saving is usually disabled by default.
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now I'm a little consfused, I think i'm second guessing myself if we wanted to mess with CPU NB and NB volts its

CPU NB VOltage
NB VOltage

in BIOS right? what's the VDD Voltage?
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Cpu vdd and cpu-nb vdd use 0.0125v steps.
cpu voltage and cpu-nb voltage use 0.010v steps with the values of cpu vdd and cpu-nb vdd as the center for each one.

example:
cpu vdd = 1.35v
cpu voltage = cpu vdd +- 0.010v steps = 1.34v or 1.36v depending if you raise or lower it.
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can I just up the nb volts and the cpu nb volts and not have to worry about the vdd volts?
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can I just up the nb volts and the cpu nb volts and not have to worry about the vdd volts?
yes
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3.762ghz stable with just a 1.5v vcore and nothing else

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I can't stress enough how much easier and headache free it is flashing in dos with AFUD. It takes a few minutes of your time to prep your usb stick, but it's trouble free flashing.
I am unfamiliar with this method. Would you be willing to write a quick guide for it?
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