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im running the 1.9v 7-7-7 1600 Platinums.
Oh, I forgot there was a 1.9v version. I was wondering why they hadn't blown up on you already!

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So im trying to hit 4.2Ghz but I keep bluescreening. Ctoss2k.sys is the problem which happens to be my PCI Audigy 2 ZS card. What can i do to stabilize my PCI and get rid of these bluescreens. What in the bios can i enable or what voltage to up? NB voltage is PCI right, not just PCI-E?
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So im trying to hit 4.2Ghz but I keep bluescreening. Ctoss2k.sys is the problem which happens to be my PCI Audigy 2 ZS card. What can i do to stabilize my PCI and get rid of these bluescreens. What in the bios can i enable or what voltage to up? NB voltage is PCI right, not just PCI-E?
I believe the SB handles the PCI, and the NB handles the PCI-e. Try increasing both the HT volts to 1.25, and the SB volts to 1.25.

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I believe the SB handles the PCI, and the NB handles the PCI-e. Try increasing both the HT volts to 1.25, and the SB volts to 1.25.

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I gave up...i got the PCI stable but got more bluescreens 0x00000124 which means i just needed more volts and i went upto 1.62v was about at 55C but still bluescreened so i said screw it. i hit a giant wall after 4Ghz, 4.1 was about 1.54v and couldnt even get 4.2 stable for more than 5min. So im back to 4Ghz@1.45v CPU, 2.8Ghz@1.28v CPU-NB and 5-5-5-24@1333 2.1v RAM. Im really kinda disappointed in the fact that i cat get past 2.8Ghz NB and cant get past 4.1Ghz even though i have the cooling. Once i get better ram ill try a FSB clock but this ram is stretched to its limit and it wont boot at CAS7 or 8@1333 overclocked to 1700mhz it just dies after 250 FSB.
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I gave up...i got the PCI stable but got more bluescreens 0x00000124 which means i just needed more volts and i went upto 1.62v was about at 55C but still bluescreened so i said screw it. i hit a giant wall after 4Ghz, 4.1 was about 1.54v and couldnt even get 4.2 stable for more than 5min. So im back to 4Ghz@1.45v CPU, 2.8Ghz@1.28v CPU-NB and 5-5-5-24@1333 2.1v RAM. Im really kinda disappointed in the fact that i cat get past 2.8Ghz NB and cant get past 4.1Ghz even though i have the cooling. Once i get better ram ill try a FSB clock but this ram is stretched to its limit and it wont boot at CAS7 or 8@1333 overclocked to 1700mhz it just dies after 250 FSB.
I have to use 1.435v CPU-NB and 1.4v NB core to get 2.8Ghz stable.

You have a good chip, you should get some good speeds out of your RAM. Try setting timings to auto, and see how high you can get the speed, then slowly lower the timings. I was able to get 1824Mhz, 8-9-8-24-32-1t, 1.71v out of my OCZ AMD BE's (1600 Mhz CL8), fsb 228 @ 1:4 divider.
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Hi guys, quick question. For the first time I am limited by volts rather than temps...I want to do a suicide run, but am not able to get my volts above 1.55V on the board. I set the second CPU V in the bios to 1.65 and the CPU V to 1.55, but it still stays at 1.55v only...how do u dial in more voltage??

Am already at 4.3 suicide run...got a 4.4 but wont validate as the system shuts down half way thru. Need more volts.
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Hi guys, quick question. For the first time I am limited by volts rather than temps...I want to do a suicide run, but am not able to get my volts above 1.55V on the board. I set the second CPU V in the bios to 1.65 and the CPU V to 1.55, but it still stays at 1.55v only...how do u dial in more voltage??

Am already at 4.3 suicide run...got a 4.4 but wont validate as the system shuts down half way thru. Need more volts.
just use CPU-V(3rd option down in the voltage section) and you can get above 1.55! O and PICS PLEASE!
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I gotta get my temps under control. Need some advice please.

I had the gpu's folding overnight, and when I got up this morning is was kinda warm out (high 50's maybe), and my room was 70f (about 19c~). Well the NB has been @ 71c since I got up, and the motherboard @ 42c! CPU @ 60% load is 45c.

This is the highest I have seen it, and it is only going to get worse when the weather warms up in the summer.

I want to ditch the "all-in-one" heat sink on the SB, NB and Mosfets and watercool the NB (at least).

Does anyone know of any solutions for cooling the SB and Mosfets that will work on this board? I am open to water cooling the Mosfets, as well as the SB if necessary, but as to the SB, I am running two GPU's in slot 1 and 3, so space is a bit limited.

I have done a bit of research, and there are some solutions, but none for the Mosfets are recommended for this board (they're generic, would have to make something work, which I'm ok with). I could pull the board and measure the bolt pattern for the Mosfets and probably find something, but I was wondering if anyone knew of anything that has already been tried/used successfully.

Does anyone know of an "all-in-one" water cooling solution for replacing the stock HS? They are available for the X58 boards, and maybe a few other Intels, but I didn't see one for AMD boards.

Marc

EDIT: I threw a post up in the "water cooling" forum as well. Need Some Help Please


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HOLY cow my friend! I have a 120mm fan that rests on the top of my 2 GPU's that helps direct air to both the GPU in slot one as well as make the SB heatsink active. You might try this as it keeps my MB temps quite low.
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HOLY cow my friend! I have a 120mm fan that rests on the top of my 2 GPU's that helps direct air to both the GPU in slot one as well as make the SB heatsink active. You might try this as it keeps my MB temps quite low.
The HAF 932 has a 220cfm 230mm side case fan blowing directly on the two GPU's, I have an 80mm blowing on the NB and the stock AMD HS fan blowing on the RAM.

Ever since I put the second card in and raised the Mem to 1800 Mhz, the NB is about 15+c hotter.

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