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Yea I cant really see how I can change the direction. I have the same board, And do you think its possible to mount it blowing to the rear with the SE2 Amd kit? Because I looked and It did not look like that was gunna work to me. It didn't really seem like there was any way. The older Kit might have allowed for it and I wish I had that kit but, I doubt noctua will send me the kit.
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I think I turned cool and quiet off, but i will double check
I had left it idle for 2 hours and it had the sync flood error again
I will also turn off sleep mode because it may be the issue, i have it set to sleep at 2 hours

the torture rack is open case?, then my temps on the NB may be okay, also my hsinkfan is blowing up and not across the NB which may explain a slightly higher temp, right now it is at 63C.
This is what I am using. One thing I would recommend is putting fan on the NB/Mosfet cooler, that will make a big difference.
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right now in bios just 1.45v CPU, 1.28v CPU-NB and Ram 1.9v rest auto. CPU 4Ghz, CPU-NB 2.8Ghz, mem 7-7-7-24@1600. Then i got PhenomMSRTweaker running 2Ghz@1v wont go below 1v unless i keep the multi at 10 and run prime95 which its stable at 2Ghz .94v. Not sure why i cant go below 1v unless its under load.
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I forget who it was that talked to MSI tech but they said you are good to 80*c on the NB
That was me.

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@Lazereus

Im no expert but I too was / still am having the same error as you and its only during periods of gaming or when something is stressing my GPU. I talked to a gentlemen at a local shop that mention that ATI cards dont artifact like Nvidia and in stead will just crash to save themselves when they overheat.

Also mentioned that ATI cards cant handle the voltage draw when you turn up there heatsink fan and they crash causing that error.

I'm pretty sure my flood sync error is due in part to a bad GPU that cant handle heat and voltage. I dont go higher than 60 c while gaming and will crash... So I think its just a bad gpu.

hope that helps,
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Guys unless I can find a white socket piece I dunno if I'm going to be back on this board or not. I just got the new gigabyte 790fxta-ud5 and I plan to do a comparo with it from this board.
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Guys unless I can find a white socket piece I dunno if I'm going to be back on this board or not. I just got the new gigabyte 790fxta-ud5 and I plan to do a comparo with it from this board.
Sorry NC I thought I had a spare am2 board lying around but alas I used it for my in-laws comp. this was the cheapest I could find. You might try a wanted thread for a non working MB or otherwise.
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yeah I have a feeling I'm going to have to score a super cheap working board and just end up trashing it.
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aslong as it's am2/am3.
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