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Thanks, will do, but i think i still wanna go down the w\\c route so i still need reccomendations for the sb waterblock.
heres a link for the complete waterblock kit for the gd70

http://shop.anfi-tec.de/product_info...MSI-790FX.html

as you can see it does save you a little money compared to buying the blocks separate, hope that helps you out.
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Yesterday I was looking for a screw here in order to fix my panaflo 120/38mm to the H50 and ended up using one that comes with my old H220 swiftech kit.

Damn, it made me think about a REAL watercooling setup as I used on the Opteron 165

Nice blocks ! Bookmarked.
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heres a link for the complete waterblock kit for the gd70

http://shop.anfi-tec.de/product_info...MSI-790FX.html

as you can see it does save you a little money compared to buying the blocks separate, hope that helps you out.
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Hi guys, this is the first time i have posted on this thread and have just recently started dabbling in overclock settings etc.

I have a new build and have not modified the bios as of yet. I am still trying to make sure i understand all the overclock options etc. before i blow things up. In any case i am having some instability issues I am fairly sure are memory related. Random bsod and sometimes a random bsod and it restarts on its own.

I am running ocz ddr3 1333. The timings and Voltage have not been manually set yet. (Am wanting to run 2x2gb but it will currently only operate with one stick.) bios is 1.9, 965 BE and 950W PS & Geforce 250. I am mainly just looking for some confirmation that i am on the right track with the memory being the issue. I have figured out were to set the timings but how to set the voltage is eluding me. I found where it should be but the option is set to auto and will not let me select it to make any changes.

Any guidance on setting the voltage you can give me would be greatly appreciated and i am sure i will be back with probly a million other questions. Thank you for your help
Edited by Thorne - 4/4/10 at 9:18am
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post #5995 of 9641
Thorne, post the full model specs for that memory.

OCZ got a pretty good support for manual timings and tips on how to configure it for the motherboard.

Some nice articles mentioned here like the NB overclock versus memory speed thing were made by Tony from OCZ.

Check the specs, set it on the bios manually and start from scratch with a stable stock system.

Memtest 4.0 can help you check the memory sticks. Not a good overclocking/stability test but it works fine for RAM only tests.
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Here is the link for the set i purchased
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227478
thank you for responding
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Hi guys, this is the first time i have posted on this thread and have just recently started dabbling in overclock settings etc.

I have a new build and have not modified the bios as of yet. I am still trying to make sure i understand all the overclock options etc. before i blow things up. In any case i am having some instability issues I am fairly sure are memory related. Random bsod and sometimes a random bsod and it restarts on its own.

I am running ocz ddr3 1333. The timings and Voltage have not been manually set yet. (Am wanting to run 2x2gb but it will currently only operate with one stick.) bios is 1.9, 965 BE and 950W PS & Geforce 250. I am mainly just looking for some confirmation that i am on the right track with the memory being the issue. I have figured out were to set the timings but how to set the voltage is eluding me. I found where it should be but the option is set to auto and will not let me select it to make any changes.

Any guidance on setting the voltage you can give me would be greatly appreciated and i am sure i will be back with probly a million other questions. Thank you for your help
To set voltages and other settings in the bios,you need to highlite the setting you want to change,and use the + and - keys on the number pad on the right hand side of the keyboard.Hope this helps.
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I searched OCZ amd forum for your memory and found some results:

http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...earchid=938913

BTW, Moorhen2, I noticed that you're using the 1.10b6 bios, any improvements on performance ?
Edited by Crisao23 - 4/4/10 at 10:21am
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I searched OCZ amd forum for your memory and found some results:

http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...earchid=938913

BTW, Moorhen2, I noticed that you're using the 1.10b6 bios, any improvements on performance ?
Latest beta is ready for the THUBAN cpu's,thats about it.
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About Thuban, I know that but no problems with your overclock or any issues at all ?

My box is running prime now for some hours, after that I'll try to tweak that ram or the NB.
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