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I found a possiblity, this mobo lets me go under 1000mhz mem speeds now! now I can do a 1:2 ratio at 800mhz hmmm I have a feeling it was mem on the old board that was holding me back from higher clocks!

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Originally Posted by mav2000 View Post
No am talking about voltage for that occt run.
CPU: 1.42v(1.44v in bios)
Edited by ToxicAdam - 11/22/09 at 9:51am
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Originally Posted by Rewindlabs View Post
I am guessing i must have ridiculously cool ambients ATM for me to be doing better at 1.60v then you at 1.50v etc?

What are you ambient temps?
I'm at ~68*F ambient with 52 load @ 1.54idle 1.52 load.(according to everest voltage(I believe the droop is less but haven't checked with my DMM in a while)
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I'm currently having shutdowns during Prime95 (Custom: Min:448 Max:4096 Ram:3200 Test Time 10minutes).

After the SD i can't power it up, but the LED on the front of the ram blue ram slots in on and so does the onboard power button. I need to turn off the PSU and wait till all LED on the board to off then only I can power it up back..

I'm on 1.8 Beta bios, downloaded at Tony's thread at the OCZ forum...I doubt the bios has anything to do with it as the sudden SD happens almost all bios revision I tried before.

There is also no target temp for it to happen as it can happen at 50c,55c,60c,65c or even sometimes 45c...

Voltages are:

CPU
-Bios: 1.500v
-CPU-z: 1.488v
-DMM: 1.523v

CPU-NB
-Bios: 1.310v
-DMM: 1.352v

Memory:
-Bios: 1.68v
-DMM: 1.72v

anymore info I should add? anyone had encountered such shut down before??
Edited by antonio - 11/22/09 at 6:43am
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Anyone running D9GTR's (4 sticks) on a C3 965?

I'm wondering how much headroom there is with these IC's and a C3 965 with 4 sticks.

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Make sure the C3 cpus can handle 1600 on four dimms. I haven't read any confirmation on this yet.

The DDR3 controller on 955 limits it to DDR3 1333 @ 4 dims, or DDR3 1600 with 2 dimms.

The 4 1600 ram sticks ran fine on my system.. games and all! But OCCT revealed the errors. So I backed off to 1333 6-6-6-24 and then I passed all torture tests.

AMD should make this known on advertise specs.. I can only imagine the countless of other people who fault their system and got rid of it.
Edited by ToxicAdam - 11/22/09 at 9:53am
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Mmmm its working all of my cores just fine...

My 1Hr OCCT test will be done in a moment...
Talking about the STALKER benchmark
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Originally Posted by antonio View Post
I'm currently having shutdowns during Prime95 (Custom: Min:448 Max:4096 Ram:3200 Test Time 10minutes).

After the SD i can't power it up, but the LED on the front of the ram blue ram slots in on and so does the onboard power button. I need to turn off the PSU and wait till all LED on the board to off then only I can power it up back..

I'm on 1.8 Beta bios, downloaded at Tony's thread at the OCZ forum...I doubt the bios has anything to do with it as the sudden SD happens almost all bios revision I tried before.

There is also no target temp for it to happen as it can happen at 50c,55c,60c,65c or even sometimes 45c...

Voltages are:

CPU
-Bios: 1.500v
-CPU-z: 1.488v
-DMM: 1.523v

CPU-NB
-Bios: 1.310v
-DMM: 1.352v

Memory:
-Bios: 1.68v
-DMM: 1.72v

anymore info I should add? anyone had encountered such shut down before??
I would run memtest as I think that is what the ram lights are pointing to.
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Okay, so I posted a few pages back and stopped persuing the question because it stopped, but now it started again, and this time worse!

I think it's my mobo, because the speakers plugged into anything else are fine. But as I was just now on my comp, the speakers made a loud thud noise and then proceeded to continue making this noise like a machine gun. It won't stop. It's a loud, bassy, thudding sounds and it just keeps going. A few days ago it stopped and now it's back at it. Anyone have any explanations?

Edit:
Also, I tried restoring fail safe and it fixed the problem, then I went back to my OC's and what not and now it's fine... but I have a feeling it'll happen again...
Edited by Formula7 - 11/22/09 at 7:19pm
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I had that problem a while ago and downloading the latest realtek sound drivers solved it for me. Uninstall and reinstall. get them from MSI site.
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