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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

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...it-review.html
yes with the offical 1.10 bios version all thuban chips will be supported on the msi 790fx-gd70 boards, also the new 890fx boards too.
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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
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2x 120mm blue LED at the top
1x 120mm on the side panel
1x 120mm blue LED at the back
That's the good news In some time I will buy myself the chip you've got but what I have figured out is that the less voltage supplied to core the better. 1.40 - 1.42 should be quite enough for your cpu to make it stable. Also try not to set your NB V (not CPU NB) too high. Try first to set it at 1.2 or even 1.19 V and see if your rig is stable.

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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
Right ! sorry for messing up - I thought I saw (at your CPU-Z validation screen) that you use Windows 7 ... my mistake. I have never used Vista so I really don't know if it supports DirectX 11. What is the manufacturer of your gtx 280 ? (just asking from curiosity
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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?
The gpu's were in pcie 1 and pcie 4, which is the first and the third x16 ports on the mobo, as for the power supply, what I have is the 'OCZ GameXStream OCZ850GXSSLI ATX12V v2.2 and EPS12V 850Watts Power Supply 100 - 240 V CB, CE, CSA, UL'. Sorry, don't know what parts of that are unnecessary, so I decided to include it all for good measure (purchased from Newegg, so that's what Newegg called the item). My NB PCI-E Voltage is currently at 1.250, and I/O Voltage is at Auto.

After having taken out one of the cards (didn't change settings from what Kokin recommended) I got yet another hyper transport flood errors, except this time after a run time of 4 hours... I'm going to switch this gpu with my other one and see if it might be a problem with the gpu for now I guess.
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That's the good news In some time I will buy myself the chip you've got but what I have figured out is that the less voltage supplied to core the better. 1.40 - 1.42 should be quite enough for your cpu to make it stable. Also try not to set your NB V (not CPU NB) too high. Try first to set it at 1.2 or even 1.19 V and see if your rig is stable.
yeah i've got the voltage at 1.42, but i also had to lower my overclock to make it stable im now sitting on 3808Mhz CPUZ Link

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Right ! sorry for messing up - I thought I saw (at your CPU-Z validation screen) that you use Windows 7 ... my mistake. I have never used Vista so I really don't know if it supports DirectX 11. What is the manufacturer of your gtx 280 ? (just asking from curiosity
I just updated to Win7 i had it but wasn't sure if there was any point as soon as i installed i ran a lower super pi 1mb run i managed a high 17sec pass with lower Mhz from my last attempt so im happy

The brand of my 280gtx is inno3d? not familiar with them but i've not had any lag with any of my games (Fallout 3, CoD:MW & MW2, DAO) so yeah but since its a ATI board i might just go get a couple 5xxx cards when i ahve the money
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yeah i've got the voltage at 1.42, but i also had to lower my overclock to make it stable im now sitting on 3808Mhz CPUZ Link



I just updated to Win7 i had it but wasn't sure if there was any point as soon as i installed i ran a lower super pi 1mb run i managed a high 17sec pass with lower Mhz from my last attempt so im happy

The brand of my 280gtx is inno3d? not familiar with them but i've not had any lag with any of my games (Fallout 3, CoD:MW & MW2, DAO) so yeah but since its a ATI board i might just go get a couple 5xxx cards when i ahve the money
inno3d make pretty good gpu's, i have an factory overclocked 8800gts 640mb card and i can overclock it by a **** load without any issues, it runs alot faster than most 8800gts cards that i have seen on the net.
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i was reading some reviews of my card and it seems that its quite good, but i usually purchase Asus/XFX cards since i just trust them more
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yea soon im gonna get a xfx 5770 XXX card
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Funny thing happening here///after my whole episode yesterday to get CnQ working...I just realised that it works only if the CPU NB is at stock...otherwise it wont work. this is now with the latest bios...man this is painful.
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Funny thing happening here///after my whole episode yesterday to get CnQ working...I just realised that it works only if the CPU NB is at stock...otherwise it wont work. this is now with the latest bios...man this is painful.
CnQ is built around using the stock speed. I gave up trying to get it to work with OC speeds.
    
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The gpu's were in pcie 1 and pcie 4, which is the first and the third x16 ports on the mobo, as for the power supply, what I have is the 'OCZ GameXStream OCZ850GXSSLI ATX12V v2.2 and EPS12V 850Watts Power Supply 100 - 240 V CB, CE, CSA, UL'. Sorry, don't know what parts of that are unnecessary, so I decided to include it all for good measure (purchased from Newegg, so that's what Newegg called the item). My NB PCI-E Voltage is currently at 1.250, and I/O Voltage is at Auto.

After having taken out one of the cards (didn't change settings from what Kokin recommended) I got yet another hyper transport flood errors, except this time after a run time of 4 hours... I'm going to switch this gpu with my other one and see if it might be a problem with the gpu for now I guess.
I'm not too sure on your issue anymore. You'll have to get help from the experts in this thread. :/
    
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