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windows tries to install but every time i try, it says that the install failed.

I have deleted the driver and reinstall but it comes back and says failed for both ports.

I just purchased this yesterday. I do not think both ports could be bad.
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Have a look on here my friend,you might find what your looking for,but no guarantees,worth a look i thought.

http://www.censuspc.com/Power-Cables...ters-c-65.html
Ah, thanks buddy. Unfortunately no luck there. They a lot of options but not really anything that fits the bill (or plug! ).

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Actually something a little bit more like this.... I drew this up real quick for an illustration of what exactly I'm looking for!




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Good Luck on that one Mastiffman. I been looking for better than half a year. For the life of me I don't know why MOBO manufacturers haven't made them at a right angle to the board. I know it would be hard to unclip once plugged in but I'd just cut off the clip. Not likely the connector would come out on it's own anyway.

Really? It would be a great dapter and I'm sure that companies would sell alot of them!
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Hi all! I got a new board Now it's a rev 1.1, but I still can't cold boot past 13x nb multi ... this is with official bios 1.6.

What I'm trying to accomplish is stabilizing my nb at 3Ghz. I was trying this:
ref clock -250
cpu multi x14 = 3500
nb multi x12 = 3000
ram div 1:2.66 = 1333

cpu = 1.37v
cpu-nb= 1.4v
ram = 1.75v
all other voltages auto

Now, I have tested both my cpu and ram at these speeds and voltages, and they are known to be stable. I can (cold!) boot fine into windows but I get an instant error on core2 when running p95. I have tried the cpu-nb voltage up to 1.52, same result.

Are there any other voltages that I could increase? Or is it likely the 3Ghz nb is not going to happen?
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Sorry to break in here but do Any of you know if there are any adapters for the 24pin power plugs, coming from the PSU, that will plug in the same way but when the 24pin plugs into to it, it's at a 90* angle to the Motherboards plug? So it would be "L" Shaped... I'm wanting to free up a few cm to properly install a fan on my rad... Any knowedge of this or links would be helpful!


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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/92...-_UV_Blue.html
something like this?
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Thanks. it sounds like yourcpu runs similar to mine. What voltage are you Running on your NB @2800 and 3000?
NB@2800 I'd use 1.38v for the CPU-NB voltage and maybe 1.3v for the NB voltage. Though if I use a 14x CPU-NB multi, I'd have to automatically go up to 1.45V for the CPU-NB voltage to even get a boot.

NB@3000 I cannot find an exact CPU-NB voltage, but I use anywhere from 1.47-1.49V and for my NB voltage, I use 1.35V. Sometimes it works with lower voltages, sometimes I need to raise it up a few clicks.

Edit: Here's a link to one of my previous posts regarding NB-CPU voltage.Old post click here!
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Wow great find. It looks easy to remove and it matches the board!
    
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Hi all! I got a new board Now it's a rev 1.1, but I still can't cold boot past 13x nb multi ... this is with official bios 1.6.

What I'm trying to accomplish is stabilizing my nb at 3Ghz. I was trying this:
ref clock -250
cpu multi x14 = 3500
nb multi x12 = 3000
ram div 1:2.66 = 1333

cpu = 1.37v
cpu-nb= 1.4v
ram = 1.75v
all other voltages auto

Now, I have tested both my cpu and ram at these speeds and voltages, and they are known to be stable. I can (cold!) boot fine into windows but I get an instant error on core2 when running p95. I have tried the cpu-nb voltage up to 1.52, same result.

Are there any other voltages that I could increase? Or is it likely the 3Ghz nb is not going to happen?
Well, with a C2 chip, unless you have a Die Number of less that 90099, that's most likely Not going to happen. You may be able to run normal programs and surf but it won't be stable. If you are not getting stability with 1.52v, I wouldn't go any higher as you risk the chance of NB Degradation.... Then things just get worse from there.

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Saw that on another page in the PSU forum section.

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NB@2800 I'd use 1.38v for the CPU-NB voltage and maybe 1.3v for the NB voltage. Though if I use a 14x CPU-NB multi, I'd have to automatically go up to 1.45V for the CPU-NB voltage to even get a boot.

NB@3000 I cannot find an exact CPU-NB voltage, but I use anywhere from 1.47-1.49V and for my NB voltage, I use 1.35V. Sometimes it works with lower voltages, sometimes I need to raise it up a few clicks.

Edit: Here's a link to one of my previous posts regarding NB-CPU voltage.Old post click here!
Is 3ghz CPU-NB @ 1.47-1.49 Completely Stable (12-24+hrs) with your C2 chip? If so do you know your Die Cut number (from the IHS of the CPU)? It will look like 90xxx.

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Wow great find. It looks easy to remove and it matches the board!
You do realize that you'd have to remove the "other" one with a low watt soldering iron first, clean up the Pin contacts and resolder that one on? It's possible but I don't think that I would go as far as saying that it "looks easy to remove"! It would be sweet! I just don't want to have to void my warranty if something goes wrong with the board.

I wonder if MSI would replce the old one with this one if I sent the Board back to them and had them do it? Probably not!? lol
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NB@2800 I'd use 1.38v for the CPU-NB voltage and maybe 1.3v for the NB voltage. Though if I use a 14x CPU-NB multi, I'd have to automatically go up to 1.45V for the CPU-NB voltage to even get a boot.

NB@3000 I cannot find an exact CPU-NB voltage, but I use anywhere from 1.47-1.49V and for my NB voltage, I use 1.35V. Sometimes it works with lower voltages, sometimes I need to raise it up a few clicks.

Edit: Here's a link to one of my previous posts regarding NB-CPU voltage.Old post click here!
Thanks for the details. I've been having stability issues with my usual settings, so I think I need to start over.
    
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You do realize that you'd have to remove the "other" one with a low watt soldering iron first, clean up the Pin contacts and resolder that one on? It's possible but I don't think that I would go as far as saying that it "looks easy to remove"! It would be sweet! I just don't want to have to void my warranty if something goes wrong with the board.
Not only that but isn't the locking anchor on the wrong side. All the atx mainboard connectors I've seen have the clip on the right side. That shows it being on the left. the plug would have to rotated 180 degrees and I'm pretty sure that screw something up. I could be wrong and if I am I would totally be willing to do it.
    
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off topic. i have friend that has an unused 965 he's trying to unload on me for $125. i think its a c3 but not sure. he sent me the numbers.
HDZ965FBGMBOX 9B72461K90279. any thoughts??
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