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Does anyone have a link or screenshot of this board doing the rated 2133MHz for memory? Just wondering if the memory OC is chip limited or CPU limited.
The board may run the memory OCd @ 2133MHz, but the CPU ceiling is about 1800MHz and that only being done successfully by a very few who really know their stuff. That would not include me
    
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seeing this is a crossfire mobo, if i go sli would i encounter any problems? im planning to build a new rig since its been 5yrs since i built my opty148. ive always like amd and nvidia no offense to the ati lovers out there. its just personal preference for me.
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seeing this is a crossfire mobo, if i go sli would i encounter any problems? im planning to build a new rig since its been 5yrs since i built my opty148. ive always like amd and nvidia no offense to the ati lovers out there. its just personal preference for me.
There is a working SLI hack for this board and many other Crossfire boards. I don't have a link to give you, but just look for it here on the forums, it's stickied I think.
    
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under $200 opens up alot of options......are you looking for speed or latency?
best for gaming and overclocking
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I bought my 4GB kit back when it was only $100, but they discontinued my set. 1600mhz @ 7-7-7-20 with 1.9V.
    
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Hello people

I've new Config and need your help to make my PC stable.
This is my config:
Mobo: MSI 790FX-GD70
CPU: Phenom II X4 955BE
RAM: OCZ3P16004GK (2X2GB 1600MHz ) - http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...atinum_edition
Vid: PowerColor 4870 1GB
PSU: HKC 580W


Here are some screens of everest and CPU-Z:






i've loaded BIOS, so everything is on STOCK, now please help me what to do in BIOS ...



Please give me some good advices about MSI 790FX-GD70 BIOS...
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Toxic Adam has answered for your questions. I can only add this one...

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spread spectrum (disable or enable ) ???
unganged or ganged ?
memory timing 1T or 2 T ?
what i do about C1E and cool'n'quiet disable or enable ?
C1E - set it to disable (as far as i know that's a feature which controls power consumption in your CPU ... so it's better to set it to disable...

cool'n'quiet is definitely power saving feature, so you will have to set it to disable because when you start overclocking your CPU may be a little bit "confused" (sorry, I cannot explain this better right now - I am sure other more experienced users will provide you more detailed information about c'n'q
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I have recently encountered on a thread at windows7forums about memory performance and a tool which is provided to measure it in Windows 7.
Maybe some of you have heard about this tool (well, I know there is more detailed tool in Everest but it would be good to see your results
(Mastiffman - show us what you hide there under "the hood" of your "American" "muscle rig" ... and I hope Moorhen will show us that British are not left "behind"

It's not a competition - it's my curiosity

so, ... you have to open your console -->

Code:
Run as an administrator --> cmd --> 
and then you type 
winsat mem (you should have administrator privilages - well, it's recommended) 
(type winsat /? to know what other benchmark you can run in Win 7)
Here is my result with my latest overclock:


I would like to point out that it's in ganged mode (the results for unganged are better but they're not very significant... around 500 MB/s)

...and my latest highest (stable in LinX) overclock:


CPU V = 1.43 V
CPU NB = 1.31 V
CPU DDR PHY = 1.25V
DRAM = 1.90 (but it works also with my RAM set to 1700 and 1.85V)
NB = 1.25 V
HT Link = 1.27 V

I haven't testet it yet under Prime.
I have noticed that my CPU likes not to overvolt it too much - especially if it concerns CPU NB V and CPU V ( last night I have tried to bump up my CPU V to 1.47 to get stable 3.8 GHz and I noticed that the more I pushed it the faster an error occured).

I really don't know why ( maybe my CPU is a little bit "degraded" after all these attempts to get highest overclock hmmm I am afraid that could be it

So, I am waiting for your posts with your memory benchmark results
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I have recently encountered on a thread at windows7forums about memory performance and a tool which is provided to measure it in Windows 7.
Maybe some of you have heard about this tool (well, I know there is more detailed tool in Everest but it would be good to see your results
(Mastiffman - show us what you hide there under "the hood" of your "American" "muscle rig" ... and I hope Moorhen will show us that British are not left "behind"

It's not a competition - it's my curiosity

so, ... you have to open your console -->

Code:
Run as an administrator --> cmd --> 
and then you type 
winsat mem (you should have administrator privilages - well, it's recommended) 
(type winsat /? to know what other benchmark you can run in Win 7)
Here is my result with my latest overclock:


I would like to point out that it's in ganged mode (the results for unganged are better but they're not very significant... around 500 MB/s)

...and my latest highest (stable in LinX) overclock:


CPU V = 1.43 V
CPU NB = 1.31 V
CPU DDR PHY = 1.25V
DRAM = 1.90 (but it works also with my RAM set to 1700 and 1.85V)
NB = 1.25 V
HT Link = 1.27 V

I haven't testet it yet under Prime.
I have noticed that my CPU likes not to overvolt it too much - especially if it concerns CPU NB V and CPU V ( last night I have tried to bump up my CPU V to 1.47 to get stable 3.8 GHz and I noticed that the more I pushed it the faster an error occured).

I really don't know why ( maybe my CPU is a little bit "degraded" after all these attempts to get highest overclock hmmm I am afraid that could be it

So, I am waiting for your posts with your memory benchmark results
Cheers
A good line to run it is:

Code:
Start /high %windir%\\System32\\winsat.exe mem -xml c:\
esults.xml
It'll save your results to a xml after a high priority run with all specs and so on.

My results: 21685.54881 MB/s

Phenom II 965 C3 at 4000Mhz - 1.43V

NB 2800MHz - 1.3v

8-8-8-20-32 DDR1600 - 1.65v
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A good line to run it is:

Code:
Start /high %windir%\\System32\\winsat.exe mem -xml c:\
esults.xml
It'll save your results to a xml after a high priority run with all specs and so on.

My results: 21685.54881 MB/s

Phenom II 965 C3 at 4000Mhz - 1.43V

NB 2800MHz - 1.3v

8-8-8-20-32 DDR1600 - 1.65v
Thanks! I didn't know this could be run with this syntax you've written (of course it's probably described in help file - which I haven't read completely

So, 21685 MB/s ... maybe it's time to tighten a little bit your timings ? I think 7-7-7-20-27 would be a good choice especially when you run your RAM with 1600 MHz
Have you tried to set memory timings with these settings and let say ... 1.7 V ?

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Unfortunately, my Prime blend test failed (after 3H) so, I think I'll stay with my current settings 3698 MHz it's very, very strange for me...
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