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AMD have done a fantastic job with these chips,i'm still only on cpu multi overclock,everything else stock,and this is 30 pass "linx"stable,max 36c,idle 15c,well done AMD.

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Thank you Kokin, those settings have definitely increased my system stability. Previously my computer would crash and give me the error within 15 minutes of startup, but now it's been up an hour and still no issues. As for having the voltages set so high, those were the highest settings I found online that the components said they could support, and I found reports that hyper transport sync flood errors occur when devices don't get enough power, so I figured if I set it higher, it would give me less sync flood errors. I was wrong, lol, I've never had to dig into the bios to get a system stable before, but it claims somewhere on the internet that this mobo doesn't give the proper settings to devices when set to auto if the devices are meant for overclocking, like the processor. If it does crash, I suppose I'll try removing 1 of the 5770's as you suggested CryWin, although I would hate to do that.
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Thank you Kokin, those settings have definitely increased my system stability. Previously my computer would crash and give me the error within 15 minutes of startup, but now it's been up an hour and still no issues. As for having the voltages set so high, those were the highest settings I found online that the components said they could support, and I found reports that hyper transport sync flood errors occur when devices don't get enough power, so I figured if I set it higher, it would give me less sync flood errors. I was wrong, lol, I've never had to dig into the bios to get a system stable before, but it claims somewhere on the internet that this mobo doesn't give the proper settings to devices when set to auto if the devices are meant for overclocking, like the processor. If it does crash, I suppose I'll try removing 1 of the 5770's as you suggested CryWin, although I would hate to do that.
Yeah, usually Hyper Transport Sync Flood errors are caused by the lack of voltage on one or more of your settings, but in your case, I was thinking your voltages were too high and that was causing instability. Your GPUs shouldn't be giving you any problems, unless they are faulty by default. Glad I could help and come back if you face any more problems.
    
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AMD have done a fantastic job with these chips,i'm still only on cpu multi overclock,everything else stock,and this is 30 pass "linx"stable,max 36c,idle 15c,well done AMD.

I am quite jealous of your temps.
    
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AMD have done a fantastic job with these chips,i'm still only on cpu multi overclock,everything else stock,and this is 30 pass "linx"stable,max 36c,idle 15c,well done AMD.

i had read a review about that chip and they had it at 4.5 on air. wasn't stable enough for benching, but still, on air! im very curious to see how high you can take it. keep it up!
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Well, I think 1.496 V on your CPU is a little bit too much Try to use only your multiplier and set the voltage to something around 1.42 V (too much voltage is not good as you know so, don't increase HT Reference Clock - just leave it on 200 MHz and try to play with the multiplier.

Can you lower a little bit your CPU temps? Like 5 degrees ? That would be useful (another fan on your Heatsink?)
BTW! You use Direct X ver. 10 ... Does your GTX 280 not support Direct X ver. 11? a little DirectX driver update would be (not necessary) good - I think

Any other voltage adjustments you've made?
ok i dropped my cpu voltage is now at 1.46v - but im going to try lowering this again next try will be 1.42 -> 1.40 -> 1.38
temps are much better - stupid me had the heatsink & fan facing up so there was almost no airflow because teh fans at the top of my case were countering it also switched around some fans so now i have:

1x 120mm at the front
1x 140mm at the front
2x 120mm blue LED at the top
1x 120mm on the side panel
1x 120mm blue LED at the back

tbh i know little to nothing about my gtx280 other than it was a bargin (apprently) when i purchased it 4months ago for $250 Aus
i'll look into it although DX11 isn't going to do much for me as im on vista i thought that only window7 can use DX11 propperly
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ok i dropped my cpu voltage is now at 1.46v - but im going to try lowering this again next try will be 1.42 -> 1.40 -> 1.38
temps are much better - stupid me had the heatsink & fan facing up so there was almost no airflow because teh fans at the top of my case were countering it also switched around some fans so now i have:

1x 120mm at the front
1x 140mm at the front
2x 120mm blue LED at the top
1x 120mm on the side panel
1x 120mm blue LED at the back

tbh i know little to nothing about my gtx280 other than it was a bargin (apprently) when i purchased it 4months ago for $250 Aus
i'll look into it although DX11 isn't going to do much for me as im on vista i thought that only window7 can use DX11 propperly
directx 11 was meant to be ported to vista at some point. Tho with the sales of win7 being so good, i doubt they will release dx11 to vista when everyone wants to update to win7.
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So after 2 hours, I got the error again, the settings Kokin provided did make it more stable, but not enough apparently. I removed one of the graphics cards as CryWin suggested, and now it's been up 4 hours and counting, even through periods of intense graphics. I'd rather get both my graphics in and working with crossfire, but not at the cost of crashing every so often, lol. I'm still open for ideas if anyone has any ideas why 2 graphics cards would cause the error, but for now I'll just leave the second graphics card out; I hope I don't have to get a new mobo . My voltages in hindsight were definely an issue, but apparently not the only issue.
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So after 2 hours, I got the error again, the settings Kokin provided did make it more stable, but not enough apparently. I removed one of the graphics cards as CryWin suggested, and now it's been up 4 hours and counting, even through periods of intense graphics. I'd rather get both my graphics in and working with crossfire, but not at the cost of crashing every so often, lol. I'm still open for ideas if anyone has any ideas why 2 graphics cards would cause the error, but for now I'll just leave the second graphics card out; I hope I don't have to get a new mobo . My voltages in hindsight were definely an issue, but apparently not the only issue.
what watt power supply you got?. and what have you got your NB PCI voltage at now? and which PCI slots you got the gpu's in? 1-3, 1,2?
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Can anyone tell me if Noctura DC H14 heatsink will fit the MSI GD 70 when using Muchkin Ascent PC12800 Blackline memory. I have all 4 dimms occupied but plan to buy this heatsink and a Thuban 1055T if I can confirm bios update allows the board to support 6 cores.

Memory I have is in link , it is seriously kick arse memory but very tall

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