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How does the 4850 act in his PC?

Does he have the same Board? Even AMD?

I own both a Palit and an MSI 4850.
The Palit was a prize, the MSI a gift.

He has the Palit in his Intel board, works fine.

The MSI I was using, and it worked in my Fatality board and has never worked right in this MSI board, could be due to me snapping off a screw while trying to tighten its GIANT fan shroud that was always loose... either way I have only been getting those errors with the MSI 4850.
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That's call hot swapping. VERY Dangerous but sometimes neccessary, Huh?
Hot swapping isnt dangerous as long as he has his SSDs installed as AHCI.
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Oh, I just assume not do it unless it's a last straw type of situation. Which it seems like it was... Good to know though Dir-d.

Thanks!
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Ok so with my memory issue. I found http://www.ocinside.de/go_e.html?htt...00_amd_be.html It claimed they needed a higher voltage to get them stable at 1600 speeds. They claimed the needed DRAM voltages they needed were 1.71 to 1.77 so I chose 1.76V.

Currently this is my setup:
1. CPU-NB @ 1.3v
2. CPU DDR-PHY @ 1.3v
3. Dram @ 1.75v
4. NB Chipset @ 1.25v
5. HT Link (HTL) @ 1.25v

Just didnt think id need to go that high on dram when the specs claim 1600 8-8-8-24 2T @1.65V but oh well, as long as all the settings are safe for the hardware I guess its ok. Im running prime95 now

Ok after messing with the settings im currently using:
1. CPU-NB @ 1.3v
2. CPU DDR-PHY @ 1.45v
3. Dram @ 1.77v
4. NB Chipset @ 1.3v
5. HT Link (HTL) @ 1.25v

And I am still getting errors in prime on worker 2 and 3. What settings are recommended to change? Not sure how high to set each of these.
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I own both a Palit and an MSI 4850.
The Palit was a prize, the MSI a gift.

He has the Palit in his Intel board, works fine.

The MSI I was using, and it worked in my Fatality board and has never worked right in this MSI board, could be due to me snapping off a screw while trying to tighten its GIANT fan shroud that was always loose... either way I have only been getting those errors with the MSI 4850.
you're telling us all your errors were do to you breaking a screw on the GPU?
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UPDATE.....CAS6@1600 2.07v <---getting scary. So what you guys think...im gonna test for errors then try to stabilize it out.
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UPDATE.....CAS6@1600 2.07v <---getting scary. So what you guys think...im gonna test for errors then try to stabilize it out.
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Nice latency.... "40.5" Not bad...
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Toxic, lol I'm not saying my problems are from the broken screw... but all my problems went away when I stopped using the MSI 4850, I dont know what happened to the gpu
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That's call hot swapping. VERY Dangerous but sometimes neccessary, Huh?

FYI- BIOS (Basic Input Output System) not System(es) LOL
Yeah, dangerous but worked. I was about fed up with it, and decide...to do that line from Risky Business. "Sometimes you gotta say...what the $(*@"

And yeah, so I'm not the greatest technical writer. That's why I program .NET, Java, PHP, etc etc etc.

Programming languages are easier to understand than English.
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UPDATE.....CAS6@1600 2.07v <---getting scary. So what you guys think...im gonna test for errors then try to stabilize it out.
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