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is that any better than you had?
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Only by 36Mhz on the CPU-NB and 436Mhz on the HTLink and 200Mhz on the CPU but that was stable at all. I couldn't even Prime it on Small FFT's for a minute. It would just blue screen...

My current setup I can prime on BLEND for over an hour @

CPU -3.8 (200*19) @ 1.392 (1.376v Full Load in CPU-Z)
CPU-NB -3.0 (*15) @ 1.40V BIOS (1.43-1.44v in Everest)
CPU DDR-PHY @ 1.29v
Ram -1600Mhz (1:4) CL6-6-6-21-27-1T @ 2.05v
HTLink -2600mhz (*13) @ 1.32v
NB Chipset @ 1.32v
SB Chipset @ 1.25v

All that Ihave to do to get that stabel is to raise the CPU Volts but I'm being stingy with volts trying to get her to prime for longer using other methods here and there. Trying to discover what does what...


Why what are you thinking? You still haven't told me... LOL

Come on man, quite holdin' out!
EDIT: I might go back to that 250Mhz HTRef Clock... That was nice!
Edited by Mastiffman - 1/10/10 at 12:10am
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Oh, I got something for ya Bro.....

Hold on....

This was the best that I could do tonight man.....

Iit just needs time to run at higher speeds...

I am sure this is asking alot but could you take a picture of your cell menu in bios?
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I am sure this is asking alot but could you take a picture of your cell menu in bios?
Good morning,

What do you need to know? I should be able to just type it out for you....
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Good morning,

What do you need to know? I should be able to just type it out for you....
CPU VDD Voltage
CPU-NB VDD Voltage
CPU Voltage
CPU-NB Voltage
CPU PLL Voltage
CPU DDR-PHY Voltage
DRAM Voltage
DDR Votlage
NB Votlage
NB PCI-E Votlage
NB PCI-E I/O Votlage
HT Link Votlage
SB Votlage



Also here is my attempt at a high frequency chip.



As you can see worker 2 stopped almost immediately. I ran it for 15 minutes with a small fft. next up blend. Will report back.
Edited by gsk3rd - 1/10/10 at 8:47am
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If you're not running Small FFT's stable it won't run Blend stable... Small FFT's test mostly the CPU by itself. So if that's not stable, when you Run Blend, which Test CPU, Ram and CPU-NB, it won't be stable either and you won't know what's giving you errors.

What are you're voltages for the CPU, CPU-NB, NB Chipset and HT Link?

Also, are you using the CPU PLL right now or not?
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If you're not running Small FFT's stable it won't run Blend stable... Small FFT's test mostly the CPU by itself. So if that's not stable, when you Run Blend, which Test CPU, Ram and CPU-NB, it won't be stable either and you won't know what's giving you errors.

What are you're voltages for the CPU, CPU-NB, NB Chipset and HT Link?

Also, are you using the CPU PLL right now or not?
gotcha. I merely tried those settings for ncspec. I am currently trying for:




Also, has anyone ever tried to write some sort of program that would pull the bios settings and display them properly. I am not talking about being able to set them via windows but just read them or export them out to a .csv file or something. I know AMD Overdrive does it but does not pull all the settings and volatges.
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My Ram dosent like 300 FSB at all it would only boot at CAS9@1600 1:2.66 i need better ram before i can do FSB clocks. Still couldnt get my CPU-NB stable at 3Ghz i guess i have to stick with what i got till i get some better 1800 or 2000 ram.
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Hey frosty,

Welcome! Is this new case that you are using in your build? If not are you sure that you have the power switch (pwr sw) on the correct treminals?

On JFP1 you need to be using pins 6 & 8 with the positive terminal preferably on pin 6. Normally marked with an arrow or triangle on the Cases lead....

SPEC, I'm at 284Mhz. 285 gave me some real trouble. BSoD and freezing once I actually got into OS... IDK man, it's not lookin good. OR my CPU just needs time to adjust to the Difference in OCing!?

Hi
Thanks for replies.
The case was used from my previous system and had no issues with the power button. The manual says to attach the power lead to jfp2
the way it shows is to attach to pin 1 and 6? (one is numbered 6 is not)
first 3 pins from the left any way..its one unit and if you use pin one the others go where they need to. The other half of jfp2 is for case speaker
for code beeps. This does not seem to work either.
I found on line where someone else had the same problem, but the fix was not posted. I believe that jfp2 is not getting power. Could this be a bios update?

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gotcha. I merely tried those settings for ncspec. I am currently trying for:

Also, has anyone ever tried to write some sort of program that would pull the bios settings and display them properly. I am not talking about being able to set them via windows but just read them or export them out to a .csv file or something. I know AMD Overdrive does it but does not pull all the settings and volatges.
I know that your HT link Freq. is not very high but raising the Voltage for it aids in stability of the CPU-NB. GO intot he BIOS and highlight it and it will tell you to the right in the info box what it supplies. And it look like you have your NB Chipset voltage a bit to high...

Also, have you tried NOT Using the CPU PLL?

NOTE:

When OCing it's good to start by finding the MAX HTRef Clock first, then Max CPU Freq, then Max CPU-NB Freq, then Max Ram Freq+ Timings. Even though they can all reach certain Speed by the selves, that doesn't mean that they will be able to achieve those speeds together... Can your CPU Run @ that Frequency by itself, Stabley? RUnning Prime95 in Small FFT's mode will tell you if it is or not.

I have the Same CPU and my CPU-NB @ 2800Mhz only needs about 1.28v in BIOS to run 1600Mhz CL6 Memory. @ 3.8Ghz CPU. So that may be adding to much heat to the load temps. What are your load temps by the way???


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My Ram dosent like 300 FSB at all it would only boot at CAS9@1600 1:2.66 i need better ram before i can do FSB clocks. Still couldnt get my CPU-NB stable at 3Ghz i guess i have to stick with what i got till i get some better 1800 or 2000 ram.
Dir d,

It's not the Ram that's holding you back running your CPU-NB @ 3.0Ghz. Try setting the CPU-NB Voltage to 1.30v @ 2800 (200*14) and run Blend for a few hours, then reboot into the BIOS and Set the CPU-NB Voltage to 1.38-1.40v, reboot and Back into BIOS and then set the CPU-nb to 3.0Ghz and reboot, try running Prime95 Blend and let us know what happens....

P.S. I can run those setting with my Ram.. Well, just look.... It's ACTUALLY 6hrs 20mins Stable in Blend. I wrote it wrong in the pic...





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Hi
Thanks for replies.
The case was used from my previous system and had no issues with the power button. The manual says to attach the power lead to jfp2
the way it shows is to attach to pin 1 and 6? (one is numbered 6 is not)
first 3 pins from the left any way..its one unit and if you use pin one the others go where they need to. The other half of jfp2 is for case speaker
for code beeps. This does not seem to work either.
I found on line where someone else had the same problem, but the fix was not posted. I believe that jfp2 is not getting power. Could this be a bios update?

Thanks
Frosty10
I thought that you were not able to start the PC with the Cases FP Pwr Button... The Lead that you are talking about on JFP2 is only to light the led that shows that the PC's Power is on... Make sure though that you have that white wire on pin 1 or on the left when looking at it (the blue wire will plug into pin 5, 6 is above that.).

To be able to turn the power on from the Front panel of the case you need to have the "PWR SW" lead on pins 6 & 8 on JFP1, withe positive terminal on pin 6 (The left, when looking at it)...
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