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I guess this isn't a bad 06 for a single HD5870.




cleaner pic of the setup. I have a pot coming from duniek and I'm going to open this baby up!




And where the magic happens...runmc's single stage.


Edited by NCspecV81 - 11/28/09 at 11:09pm
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Well i just started getting a boat load of errors

I can boot into windows just fine if i set stock clocks or select optimized defaults...albeit even selecting optimized defaults and messing with my core speed/voltage causes me to receive errors such as

BootMGR is corrupt

OR

I/O error of 0XC00000E9

I am currently using the PC fine at stock clocks...
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I've got a bootmgr corrupted before and that was having the memory/nb way out of spec and unstable. Corrupted my install.
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@Rewindlabs - to answer your question about NB temps a few posts back, MSI has told me this board will handle into the 80's(c). I would like to see this confirmed by another MSI tech guy, but that is what the guy told me on the phone. I was a bit surprised.

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"I figured out why the one was running faster it was a background program. Fresh reboot with nothing starting up fixed that issue."


So the others were running slow because of the program running in the background? Hope I'm not missing something.
Yeah as far as I can tell that is what happened. I went and set it so that only minamal things would be running and that got them running a lot closer.
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i just recently bought a new rig and by far the best one to date the case is a CoolerMaster HAF 932, MSI 790FX-GD70,AMD 965 BE, Air Cooled with the Cooler Master V8, 8gigs of Patriot G-Series DDR3 1600, 2-HIS ATI HD5770's and a 1100 watt CoolerMaster Ultimate PSU. It runs every game i can throw at it flawless so far, but i really wanna see what i can get out of it. so i wanted to give a shot at over clocking it. ive been told doing it in the bios is the way to go so thats what im aiming for. but im a virgin to overclocking and i dont wanna fry anything. so i was just wondering if theres any literature maybe a walk-thru, guides, anything to point me in the right direction. or if anyone has a good setting i can start at and mess with it from there id be more than happy to try. thanks and hopefully you guys can help. cuz i have a feeling this rig can do more than just stock.

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Read the links on the 1st page of this monster of a thread that will help, then when you have a basic understanding try to do slight overclocks CPU multi only on stock voltages see how far you can go. I would over clock the CPU find its max then set it back to factory find the max CPU-NB clock then set it back to factory and find the best memory timings then throw it all together.
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DYING2LIVE: also please got to user cp and then edit system (or add) and put your system specs in there so that we may better help you.
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hey thanks for the info im gonna give it a few shots see what i cant burn up. everything should also be updated aswell as far as what i run. thanks again guys. wish me luck..
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Gotta question for eclipseaudio4...

I just ordered my 790FX-GD70 board and am wanting to get a Prolimatech Megahalems heatsink. I'm wanting to install 8gb of RAM and use AOD for tweaking it, so I wanted to know if the RAM you have istalled on your setup is compatible with AOD if you wanted to use it or not. If not, could you possibly tell me what the height of your RAM is so I know what the clearance needs to be for RAM installed in the first DIMM slot (I'm thinking of using Patriot Gamer Series for AMD Black Edition)? Thankx!
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