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So where do u connect the leads?
Right on the CMOS Jumper Leads. Pretty cool huh? So you would just shut her all the way down, pull the plug and flippy-da-do-dah!

Hey.... QUESTION!

Has anyone "Else" noticed a huge difference in the 1.102b BIOS? The 1.9officials wouldn't let me boot un into the OS past 1680Mhz Ram Freq. I booted up @ 1704Mhz not even thinking about it. Cool stuff. I really hope that MSI gets the hang of this "Lets improve the BIOS" thing....
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wow looks to be a good bios am going to try this one....download link?
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My good man Mastiff, where should I be playing with volts to pass a 3dmark06?

Oh and my CPU is up to 1.49volts and 3.7ghz
I had another Hyperflood at 1.46 so I jumped up some.
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wow looks to be a good bios am going to try this one....download link?
HERE you go. It was on page 470. I had to find it.

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My good man Mastiff, where should I be playing with volts to pass a 3dmark06?

Oh and my CPU is up to 1.49volts and 3.7ghz
I had another Hyperflood at 1.46 so I jumped up some.

Man, that seems a tad high. I think that the HTSF Error is just from plain lack of volts. I got one when I tried undervolting my ram to much. So it seems that's it's either CPU, CPUNB or Ram that will cause it!

Are you increasing your HT Ref Clk (FSB) at all? or just multi? If only multi, you shouldn't really need an increase of volts at all. Mine does up to 3.8-3.9on stock volts. Stable. But, if I have my CPUNB Freq up it kindof needs +.01v...
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So think I should turn down CPU and turn up CPU-NB volts?

EDIT
my CPU is now at 1.4v
CPU-NB is at 1.25v
Dram 1.7v
NB 1.25
HT link 1.230

everything else auto
Edited by Chopxsticks - 2/16/10 at 10:44pm
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So think I should turn down CPU and turn up CPU-NB volts?
What a breif run down of your settings? Possibly. That would be my guess if cranking the CPU Volts hasn't affected anything...


Do you have a C2 or C3?
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I have a C2 955. running bios 1.8 for this mobo
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I have a C2 955. running bios 1.8 for this mobo
K... I swear the Official BIOS suck compared to the Betas.... I would try 1.84beta or the 1.102betas. They Both seem Ram, Voltage and Temp Friendly!

What are your Basic settings....?
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Mastiffman, what method did you use to reapply your TIM on the NB/SB? I feel like the spread method wasn't effective as it brought my temps up 10-15°C instead of down that much. Also, did you keep the white squares on the heatsinks intact or did you remove them?

I used Arctic Silver 5 and I did thoroughly clean the chipset before adding the AS-5. I wasn't able to get all the pink gunk off, so that's probably my problem, but I'd just like to confirm what methods are effective.
    
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Mastiffman, what method did you use to reapply your TIM on the NB/SB? I feel like the spread method wasn't effective as it brought my temps up 10-15°C instead of down that much. Also, did you keep the white squares on the heatsinks intact or did you remove them?

I used Arctic Silver 5 and I did thoroughly clean the chipset before adding the AS-5. I wasn't able to get all the pink gunk off, so that's probably my problem, but I'd just like to confirm what methods are effective.
i had to use a blob of TIM on my NB SB not spread it like a cpu headsink, the NB SB heatsink sits up a little from the chip as it seems, this is why there is so much stock pink goo in a heap. i tryed both methods and a big not thick blob worked best, temp when from stock TIM@ 78c on full load to 55c on full load with zalman stg1 paste.

also i left the white squares on there as they help with padding the heatsink. and to contain the paste.
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