Originally Posted by mduclow
So, Mastiff, are you going to share what exactly you've found to be helpful in regards to the CPU-DDR-PHY voltage?
How much of an increase did you find to be necessary, and at what point was it needed or helpful?
TBA..... Still working on it....
I found that above 1600Mhz @ Stock Timings and volts 1.25v on the DDR-PHY will yield stability. It seems that for every 50Mhz of Ram frequency above 1600Mhz, I needed to add about .05v to this DDR-PHY. This is with a 1.25v on NB-Chipset and 1.35v on the CPU-NB @ 2630Mhz. Im having a bit of an issue with reboots (some bsod's, some without) @
3414Mhz CPU @ 1.425v CNB @ 2630Mhz @ 1.35 and Ram @1753Mhz @ 2.05v (2.0-2.05 Rated) after about 2 to 2.5 hours of Prime BLEND.
So, I'm not sure if I need more CPU volts, CPU-NB Volts, NB Volts, Ram Volts (like +.01v) or what. I'm trying teh same settings with DDR-PHY at 1.40v now. And I'll see how that floats.
BUT as 2+ hours at a time for each different single settings test, it will take some time to find the doorway....
Originally Posted by raisethe3
How come MSI advertise it being True Blu Ray audio? I mean if you said it "sucked", then would MSI be misleading then? Just wondering.
I think that the Blu-Ray sounds chip will yield better results if used through the HDMI... And watching a blu-ray with Blu-Ray True HD Audio
: I would assume that one would have to run the Audio though a Capable Stereo Receiver with the Blu-Ray True HD Audio Decoding as well.
AND this is question for all.
What is the BEST 5770? (i.e. Saphire, XFX, MSI, etc...)Edited by Mastiffman - 12/7/09 at 9:51pm