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That's for me. I have 2 dead ones here =o(.

The gd-70 and dominator gt's don't seem to play very nice below -100c.

I spent 3 hours trying to pinpoint why I was cold bugging... then pop. Found a solution then bam...dead.

Welp it's time to find some new rams.
Well that ruins my chance for ever going LN2 Oh well though water-cooling is still a option!
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That's for me. I have 2 dead ones here =o(.

The gd-70 and dominator gt's don't seem to play very nice below -100c.

I spent 3 hours trying to pinpoint why I was cold bugging... then pop. Found a solution then bam...dead.

Welp it's time to find some new rams.
you are really trying your hardest to stimulate the economy all by yourself huh!

Through some playing last night I was able to drop my vcore .01 and still be stable at the same speed. tonight I am going to try to lower it some more
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Yu know I have ALSO come accross this as well. But normally it's only if I get a lock up in the OS....

EDIT: I just confirmed that this is True with my System also with both a C3 955 and 965. Can not Cold Boot above 2600Mhz CPU-NB Frequency.

ANYONE ELSE CONFIRM THIS?
Confirmed...Since i got my c3 965 i always have to reboot my computer and lower the multi to 2600 for it to boot if not it doesnt boot at 2800 plus
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Confirmed...Since i got my c3 965 i always have to reboot my computer and lower the multi to 2600 for it to boot if not it doesnt boot at 2800 plus
Ok, everyone, so is this a board specific issue, or is it the chips? Maybe NCspecV81, having multiple boards, at some point could do a test of this for us.

Maybe we should pop into some of the other boards threads and ask.

Marc

EDIT: I just posted the Q in the ASUS Crosshair III thread, and the Gigabyte 790FXTA-UD5 thread.
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I will have to try a cold boot above 2600 to find out.

EDIT: yep no cold boot @ 2800 NB interesting....
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 2/4/10 at 7:06pm
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I will have to try a cold boot above 2600 to find out.

EDIT: yep no cold boot @ 2800 NB interesting....
Do you mean shutting down the computer and then changing bios to 2800 nb and then rebooting again?
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Do you mean shutting down the computer and then changing bios to 2800 nb and then rebooting again?
I mean changing to 2800 then shutdown, let sit for 5 min then boot. If I power up @ 2600 then I can change it to 2800 and boot just fine.
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I mean changing to 2800 then shutdown, let sit for 5 min then boot. If I power up @ 2600 then I can change it to 2800 and boot just fine.
I will test shortly.

Spec and Mastiff,
Would you say it is worth the money to buy the 955 c3?
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...oooOK; have just try'd what you ask'd earlier about's with the setting's of 2800 for the NB Freq. for on my Gigabyte GA-790FXTA-UD5 & a 965BE [C3] cpu . . . . .went into BIOS and set to 2800(2808 xact).....shut down system waited a few minutes . . . . .plugged in & turn'd on PSU, press pwr button and it start'd and boot'd up to desktop > > > no problem's > > > have just done the same by just START / Turn Off Computer / RESATART . . . . . . run's thru all...BIOS / POST/ WinStartup Screen and Desktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hope that's somewhat of an answer you were looking/asking for & hope'd this help's for you & all.....


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Hi mastiffman,are you saying your having the same problem with cold booting @ 2.8nb,as marc and i,???

Ian
You got it!

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lol...3rd gd-70 coming.
Nice! WONKA, the MSI KILLER!!!! LOL Sorry man! You must be ready to play frisbee with those suckers!

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I have read on other forums about some of the pro oc'ers having some issues with extreme temps on our boards,well to start with anyway,these problems may have been overcome now though.

Ian
I thought that was a BIOS issue that was fixed.... IIRC. No?

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I will test shortly.

Spec and Mastiff,
Would you say it is worth the money to buy the 955 c3?
As long as you get a good one! try and Find a CRAPBALL website that has a bunch in and ask them if they just got them or if they've been sitting. Feel them out! See if they will hand pick one for you and if not, make sure that they've had them from a certain date and order one from them. They may have a better Wafer Cut number and batch. If you do some digging it should be worth it. If you order from a popular site, you may end up with a higher Wafer Cut number... I like mine. I can get it higher on a suicide then my 965. not by a ton but I did! And the CPUNB seems to need less volts... So all in all I would say yes.

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...oooOK; have just try'd what you ask'd earlier about's with the setting's of 2800 for the NB Freq. for on my Gigabyte GA-790FXTA-UD5 & a 965BE [C3] cpu . . . . .went into BIOS and set to 2800(2808 xact).....shut down system waited a few minutes . . . . .plugged in & turn'd on PSU, press pwr button and it start'd and boot'd up to desktop > > > no problem's > > > have just done the same by just START / Turn Off Computer / RESATART . . . . . . run's thru all...BIOS / POST/ WinStartup Screen and Desktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hope that's somewhat of an answer you were looking/asking for & hope'd this help's for you & all.....
mr-Charles . .
Okay, are you saying that you set the CPUNB freq @ 2800 and Cut the power to the PSU... Waited and then Booted back up and went into the OS fine. Rebooting while in BIOS by pressing F10 and enter will save it and then go into the OS fine for me as well. BUT it looks like it's Only when the System is shut down and then turned on that this issue is apparent. Has anyone tried older BIOS?

EDIT:

Okay, CONFIRMATION!!!! It's the BIOS. I'm on 1.51beta and it Cooled Boots from 2800Mhz... I even Truned the PSU off Waited about 5 minutes, The pressed the power button to drain the caps and then flip the PSU swicth and powered on right in OS!!! BUT these BIOS Ethernet codes SUCK!!!! My internet keeps going in and out!

I can't, however, Cold Boot with 3000Mhz CPU-NB though, just like before. The Must have figured that typical users wouldn't want do that...

I'm going to start working my way up in the BIOS versions to see which ones will not boot past 2600 and 2800 CPUNB... Keep you posted!
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