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Ah, leave the credit and save money my friend. Or buy some used stuff and resell it for more after a good cleanup. My sister Garage Sales all summer and gets Crazy Deals! She'll MAKE 1100-1400 in summer season of Garage saling and then having one!
Actually, I am thinkin about sellin a lot of electronics in my house, including a 52" Sony LCD TV, DVD player, and maybe some older PC equipment.

I might be moving in a couple of months, so it would net me a few $Ks and make it easier to load the U-Haul which I'd have to do myself.
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I think i am really blind, but where can i download the 1.10B6 Bios ?

thx in advance
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The first post got a link for it but you can also grab it at msi germany forums
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I think that you can find some information about it here:

http://www.techarp.com/show.aspx?fileID=18
THX man!!! It is almost the kind of information I was looking for
It's a little bit outdated but I have found there a lot of detailed info about memory settings! So, once again thanks!
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Also you can find nice tweaking tips on the unleash the dragon amd PDF:

http://game.amd.com/us-en/content/pd...ning_Guide.pdf

Went to work this morning and left the computer on prime again.

It was stable at 2800Mhz CPU-NB with 1.35v on bios but I tested it again with only 1.33v.

I got home minutes ago and found it stable as a rock after more than 13h of prime95's blend test:



Next stop, 3000Mhz at a reasonable voltage

Ok, 3000Mhz on CPU-NB at 1.35v, don't know if it's stable, but at least it's a start



http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1125214
Edited by Crisao23 - 4/8/10 at 5:56pm
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anyone run htlink over 2000? i find if i set it at 2600 i get 50-80 extra points in 3dmark. it does seem to cause instability though.
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Some tests say that you're better with it at default speed. Did some runs with my HTT above usual speed but I cannot say that it's a good thing or not.
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i think it is the cause of the lock ups i've been haveing while gaming. i didn't set it back to 2000 after doing some benchmarks the other day. i set it to 2000 this morning and haven't had a problem since.
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well I can confirm that if you put a 1x pci-e card into either of the 8x slots it will cause the adjacent 16x slots to run at 8x. Anyone know if there is some way around this? i.e. force the mobo to run the slot at 1x in the bios or something?
Gotcha!

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Actually, I am thinkin about sellin a lot of electronics in my house, including a 52" Sony LCD TV, DVD player, and maybe some older PC equipment.

I might be moving in a couple of months, so it would net me a few $Ks and make it easier to load the U-Haul which I'd have to do myself.
Well good luck on the move! Upgrading the house instead of PC. Trump for sure!

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Also you can find nice tweaking tips on the unleash the dragon amd PDF:

http://game.amd.com/us-en/content/pd...ning_Guide.pdf

Went to work this morning and left the computer on prime again.

It was stable at 2800Mhz CPU-NB with 1.35v on bios but I tested it again with only 1.33v.

I got home minutes ago and found it stable as a rock after more than 13h of prime95's blend test:



Next stop, 3000Mhz at a reasonable voltage

Ok, 3000Mhz on CPU-NB at 1.35v, don't know if it's stable, but at least it's a start
I would increase the HT Ref Clock to get around 2900Mhz and run that prime stable first, before gong to 3000Mhz CPU-NB!

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anyone run htlink over 2000? i find if i set it at 2600 i get 50-80 extra points in 3dmark. it does seem to cause instability though.
I have ran mine AND the CPU-NB @ 3003Mhz simutaineously completely stable! Just need to increase the HT Link Voltage to about 1.3-1.325v
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Also you can find nice tweaking tips on the unleash the dragon amd PDF:

http://game.amd.com/us-en/content/pd...ning_Guide.pdf

Went to work this morning and left the computer on prime again.

It was stable at 2800Mhz CPU-NB with 1.35v on bios but I tested it again with only 1.33v.

I got home minutes ago and found it stable as a rock after more than 13h of prime95's blend test:



Next stop, 3000Mhz at a reasonable voltage

Ok, 3000Mhz on CPU-NB at 1.35v, don't know if it's stable, but at least it's a start



http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1125214
Wow I run 2750-2800 stable on 1.38v and for anywhere near 3000, I have to set my voltage at at least 1.45-1.48v. My 955 is only a C2, so it might be the reason for higher voltages.
    
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