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Guys! Look who's back!!!!

At last my GD70 is back from RMA! Got me a new CPU cooler too so will get it built and get back in the game!
Right on man! Congrats!
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Right on man! Congrats!
Cheers man looking forward to it but have to wait till tomorra!

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What took so long? I already RMA'd last Monday and go the replacement board on Thursday. Though I did cross ship. The new board came with 1.4 on it. I'm going to wait to 1.5 to come out before flashing it. It sure as heck better not die this time!
Lack of stock so had to get a refund and buy a new one!

Yea am a bit nervous bout flashing the new one though it needs to be done!
Edited by Riskitall84 - 8/25/09 at 2:20pm
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Cheers man looking forward to it but have to wait till tomorra!



Lack of stock so had to get a refund and buy a new one!

Yea am a bit nervous bout flashing the new one though it needs to be done!
Flashing from a jump drive is the safest, quickest, and easiest thing to do

Stay away from m-flash though. It has most of the kinks worked out but still a much higher chance to have a bad flash than opposed to DOS from flash drive.
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Ok I have been doing some re-OC'ing and decided that I wanted to see what my vcore really was. BIOS setting 1.52. CPU-z and everest report 1.52 idle 1.50(4) load. So I decided to check with my DMM on the board and Found that it says I am running 1.50 idle 1.48 load. Can any of you confirm that this board and BIOS undervolts?
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anyone watercooled their nb/sb/mosfets?
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Ok I have been doing some re-OC'ing and decided that I wanted to see what my vcore really was. BIOS setting 1.52. CPU-z and everest report 1.52 idle 1.50(4) load. So I decided to check with my DMM on the board and Found that it says I am running 1.50 idle 1.48 load. Can any of you confirm that this board and BIOS undervolts?
Thanks,
Mike
What you experiencing is called VDrop and VDroop. VDrop is the automatic drop in VCore voltage when you enter an operating system. VDroop is when the processor is under load, it has to use more power. At 100% with small FFTs makes your chip use maximum current, and as such, its reduced.
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Ok but I have measured while Posting and the same applied.
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Ok I have been doing some re-OC'ing and decided that I wanted to see what my vcore really was. BIOS setting 1.52. CPU-z and everest report 1.52 idle 1.50(4) load. So I decided to check with my DMM on the board and Found that it says I am running 1.50 idle 1.48 load. Can any of you confirm that this board and BIOS undervolts?
Thanks,
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There's vdrop(set to measured idle) and vdroop(idle to load drop) on this board. From my notes, it averages about -0.010v to -0.0125v vdrop and -0.006v to -0.008v vdroop. So on average you're looking at -0.016v to -0.020v set to load drop in voltage. Some people have reported a few millivolts more drop than I've measured, but the board is pretty consistent.
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What are you guys using for HSF?

I am still waiting on receive my MSI board. Was going to go with the stock AMD HSF that comes with the 955. Of course I plan to over clock.
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