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I'd go to a local brick and mortar store and get some more ram then rma bad ocz and sorry if I steered you in the wrong direction about the cpu.
No prob,cpu sounded like the logical solution,just my luck to get 2 doa sticks of ram.
    
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Still having problems using lower voltages for 3000NB, it looks like I need to increase my NB voltage up or else I'm unstable during gaming. It works for 1.42V CPU-NB, but I think I'm lacking with 1.2V NB, I end up BSoDing after a few mins of TF2. What do you guys use for you NB voltage with your CPU-NB @ 3ghz?
    
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Hey everyone. Been awhile since I posted here. But I've come across a certain predicament and hope someone could help.

Now, I just bought a MSI GTX 480 (for the voltage tweak, of course), and plan to get the Thermalright Spitfire for it as well. However, the cooler block is ridiculously huge that I might need to move the card to the 4th PCI-e slot for it to fit. Any idea if that slot would run at 16x on its own, and as well if an 8600GT was installed in the 1st or 2nd PCI-e slot for PhysX processing?
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1st and 3rd pcie slots and with cards in both will give u dual 16x....i may be wrong though, so let others chip in. PCIE slots though, I am not counting the pci slots.
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Hey everyone. Been awhile since I posted here. But I've come across a certain predicament and hope someone could help.

Now, I just bought a MSI GTX 480 (for the voltage tweak, of course), and plan to get the Thermalright Spitfire for it as well. However, the cooler block is ridiculously huge that I might need to move the card to the 4th PCI-e slot for it to fit. Any idea if that slot would run at 16x on its own, and as well if an 8600GT was installed in the 1st or 2nd PCI-e slot for PhysX processing?
slots 1 and 3 are 16x, 2 and 4 are 8x. you should try it in 16x and 8x because theres not that much of a difference performance wise. in fact you probably wont notice. 8x will tend to post lower scores in benchmarks but not much lower. the 8600gt would become the main card if its in slot 1 i think, so you may want to try slot 2 or 3 for the 480 and slot 4 for the 8600gt.
Edited by DrBrownfinger - 6/10/10 at 7:54am
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Hey everyone. Been awhile since I posted here. But I've come across a certain predicament and hope someone could help.

Now, I just bought a MSI GTX 480 (for the voltage tweak, of course), and plan to get the Thermalright Spitfire for it as well. However, the cooler block is ridiculously huge that I might need to move the card to the 4th PCI-e slot for it to fit. Any idea if that slot would run at 16x on its own, and as well if an 8600GT was installed in the 1st or 2nd PCI-e slot for PhysX processing?
I would keep the 8600GT out of the equation. I had a 9800GTX+ which is newer than your 8600GT and that card did more harm than good when set as a dedicated PhysX card paired with my Palit GTX480. It's all up to you though in the end, I saw no performance increase what so ever...GL
    
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Hm... that sucks. I was hoping to put the GTX 480 in a x16 slot in order to maximize what I can get out of it, especially since I'm overclocking. Guess I have to hope the cooler fits when it's in slot 1.

As for the 8600GT, it wasn't really something I had to do, but just something to see if it worked. I'll try it out, and if it doesn't work out, I'll skip out as well. Thanks for the help everyone!
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anyone no if you can use tri 5770s with a pci nvidia 9400
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anyone no if you can use tri 5770s with a pci nvidia 9400
yes it will work. im using a gt240.
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does anyone know how i can get my cpu voltage above 1.55?????? is it possible?
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