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[QUOTE = BlackOmega; 9167632] Ok, ya que no arrancará @ el divisor de 1:4 con su reloj de referencia 220 y hacer esto: Ponga su reloj de referencia (FSB) a 200, cambie su CPU multiplicador de 17,5 (que debe mantener su 3.5GHz OC). Ajuste el divisor de memoria RAM a 1:4 y soltar la tensión en él de vuelta a 1.65V. Y intente ejecutar su tiempos en 9-9-9-24-33 (CVR)-1T. Asegúrese también de que su CPU-NB multiplicador se establece en 10.

*Pruebe los ajustes y vamos a ver cómo lo hace. Ésta deberá arrancar bien descargar. Ejecutar [url = http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Prime95-Download-76537.html] Prime95 [/ url] (asegúrese de obtener la versión de 64 bits). Asegúrese de mantener un ojo en su temps. [/ Quote]

ok I'll do that and tell you. thanks

WHOA!

It's neat to see what I said translated.
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[Quote = BlackOmega; 9169781] Whoa! : Eek:

*Es agradable ver a lo que dije traducido. : D [/ quote]

jajaja gracias amigo eres muy amable
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also anyone can pass fsb 250 for daily use with this mobo?
I don't know about daily use (take a look at screenshot) but I use FSB 255 for daily use though I think it's optimal for my CPU.

And as for these screenshots:


Took it today... I think for my CPU 3.7 GHz is a limit but what I have found out that lower multipliers are better (I don't know why it is like that :/
Though it seems to be stable in LinX I am quite certain that it will fail under Prime95 :/

Here is my memory benchmark:


What is the most important thing that I've noticed that I don't need to bump up my voltages very high to achieve this.
I was using these settings (BIOS):

CPU V = 1.42 V
CPU NB = 1.29-1.30 V (the lower the better
CPU DDR PHY = 1.22-1.24 V(the same rule as above
DRAM V = 1.85 V
NB = 1.18-1.20 V
HT Link = 1.23-1.26 V

Temperatures of my CPU under load 40 Max (it was a good idea to put second fan at my Scythe Mugen).
Unfortunately, I cannot overclock my CPU higher because when I add 1.46 V up to 1.51 V to my CPU V system was crashing right after I ran any stability test and it does not make any sense to run CPU with 1.50 or higher to gain 50 - 100 MHz performance boost.

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Here is a question (3 questions :
What voltages should I put in:

NB PCI-E V (standard is 1.1 V)
NB PCI-E I/O V (1.8 stock) (why do I need this one for?)

I want to overclock a little bit my Asus GeForce 260 GTX so I assume I need to experiment with these settings in BIOS, right?

Oh! and What is the meaning of Trusted Computing = TCG/TPM support setting ? Should it be enabled or disabled? (disabled as default).
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Did a little testing to see if I could lower my CPU OC voltage from 1.42 to 1.41. My temps drop 3 degrees!

BUT a strange thing just happen with my 1.41v OC. I exit out from playing BF:BC2 and got a "Windows detect slow performance" message. It turn off areo automatically.

Would my volt decease cause this or should I be looking somewhere else. Don't PCs turn off if the cpu isn't getting enough of voltage? Like a black screen then shut off..

edit

meh! went back to 1.42

no need to stress over 3 degrees


Edited by ToxicAdam - 4/26/10 at 4:35pm
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How do you flash this bios? The manual says floppy...definately dont have that :-P Have a usb drive and dont want to screw something up.

*trying to update to thuban support*

I believe its 1.10.
Edited by ryman546 - 4/26/10 at 5:08pm
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found the msi usb flasher. thanks anyways.

actually this application fails to run in windows 7....totally lost.
Edited by ryman546 - 4/26/10 at 5:21pm
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Did a little testing to see if I could lower my CPU OC voltage from 1.42 to 1.41. My temps drop 3 degrees!

BUT a strange thing just happen with my 1.41v OC. I exit out from playing BF:BC2 and got a "Windows detect slow performance" message. It turn off areo automatically.

Would my volt decease cause this or should I be looking somewhere else. Don't PCs turn off if the cpu isn't getting enough of voltage? Like a black screen then shut off..

edit

meh! went back to 1.42

no need to stress over 3 degrees

Normally, that Windows message appears for me when I play the more graphical-intensive games, it has nothing to do with your lowered CPU voltage, but rather graphics computing. If you don't lag in games with Windows Aero on, then you don't have to worry about it.

I would opt for the lower voltage but I've never seen a 3 degree difference from just a 0.01V difference. A 3°C difference is like my CPU voltage from 1.25V(3.2ghz) to 1.45V(3.75-3.8ghz), at least during idle.
    
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found the msi usb flasher. thanks anyways.

actually this application fails to run in windows 7....totally lost.
Personally I use M-flash in bios. All you need is a usb stick.
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Personally I use M-flash in bios. All you need is a usb stick.
When you run mflash is that the only file that can be on the stick?
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I used msi's usb method. Worked fine :-) I'm now thuban ready.
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