Originally Posted by theghostoftime1978
Hey would you be able to take a photo of your bios showing your voltage settings for 3.9ghz cpu and 3000mhz NB. Im trying to get mine to run at those settings but can't get it stable enough to even run windows index score lol...can run it at 3.7 and 2800NB.
Let me take some pictures and I'll post them up in a bit. Currently running stock settings ever since I've reverted back to BIOS version 1.4.
Edit: So here they are, again I suggest you go to Advanced BIOS>CPU Feature and disable C1E support. Also, the voltages are a bit higher than required, but I'll provide a list for lower voltages below the pictures.
P.S.- Sorry some pictures are blurry since they just came from my phone.
CPU voltage: 1.48V
CPU-NB voltage: 1.43V
CPU PLL voltage: 2.55V
CPU DDR-PHY voltage: Auto
RAM voltage: 1.9V-1.95V (these are my rated voltages)
NB voltage: 1.33V-1.4V
NB PCI-E voltage: Auto
NB PCI-E I/O voltage: Auto
HT Link voltage: Auto
SB voltage: Auto
Spread Spectrum: Disabled
RAM: 1600mhz (rated speed)
HT-Link speed: 3000mhz (you can choose to put it down to 1800mhz or 2100 mhz)
These settings are NOT Prime95 stable with BIOS version 1.4, but was stable with 1.10B2/1.10B5. However, they will work for gaming/benchmarks and I consider that stable. My last advice for you is to slowly increase your settings to match mine, so you can find your most stable spot and work from there. Good luck!
Windows Experience Index:
Gaming graphics: 7.7
Primary hard disk: 5.9Edited by Kokin - 4/24/10 at 11:11pm