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if you read the thread, you should be able to find overclock results.
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Just readed the whole thread and im impressed, going back to MSI for sure. But i havent noticed much overclocks with 955BE, but i'm pretty sure that GD70 can reach this 3,85GHz also if this Asus does with LOT of CPU Voltage.
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MSI 790FX-GD70 bios 1.5b3 x2 to x4 prime95 stable for 3 hours so far. Will get to tweaking memory later. NB frequency @ 2.6ghz
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Just readed the whole thread and im impressed, going back to MSI for sure. But i havent noticed much overclocks with 955BE, but i'm pretty sure that GD70 can reach this 3,85GHz also if this Asus does with LOT of CPU Voltage.
i have read some great oc results on the crosshair III as well, i think that it is as good as the gd70 or even better, but you could never go wrong with either of these 2 boards
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Tell me 955BE and GD70 owners how your chip overclocks with that mobo??
they are great i was running at 3.9 ghz on 1.45v i believe board is currently under rma
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Crossfire 790FX-GD70... maybe not

My second 4890 came DOA today.

I figured something was up because the inside box it came in was rip a little.. it looked used.. even the static wrapping was wrinkled.

I called Tiger Direct for a return or exchange. Since I ordered via paypal I'm only offered a return. No hassle at all though..

The symptoms was blue screen and freezes. All this happen in crossfire. So I switch out the cards and only plugged in the new 4890 as my main GPU. When I turned the PC on I got a message saying "GPU wasn't plugged into PSU". hmmm, plug back in the other 4890 and it loaded up just fine.

Guys, is my PSU strong enough for 2 4890s? Although the 4890 I received did looked used I like to know for sure my PSU didn't fried it.

I have a 750watt PSU > http://www.inwin-style.com/website/p...=18&iw_lanid=0

I took this pic yesterday minutes before finding out the second card was DOA.


Edited by ToxicAdam - 7/30/09 at 7:42pm
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That psu is fine. It's built by cwt and based off a solid psu design. It's roughly the same as the Thermaltake Toughpower 750 and Corsair tx750. The Corsair one is a bit better because they use better components but they're all solid units.
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That psu is fine. It's built by cwt and based off a solid psu design. It's roughly the same as the Thermaltake Toughpower 750 and Corsair tx750. The Corsair one is a bit better because they use better components but they're all solid units.
Oh, okay thanks.

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ok
dumb questions i know...
but i bought a nice pile of this stuff on newegg, i put it all together appropriately, and it never POSTs.
It sits on FF
I've cleared the Cmos...
I've taken out one then both sticks of ram...
i've disconnected the sata drive
the only thing i left in was the 4870 - and i moved it from slot 3 to 1 just for grins...

the whole time my little blue leds are all happy (even when i had no ram)

all I get is FF

no beep codes... nothing

can i assume this isnt normal?

i dont know - is flashing the bios next?
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