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sorry it took so long to post my settings. this is my 24/7 settings, bios v1.7. it is 20hrs stable(had to use this rig so i stopped primeblend before 24hrs). your ram v's will likely be different. also im running trifire so you wont need the extra v's on pci-e voltage. i leave most of ram timings on auto because if i dont, i dont notice a performance difference but i score around 70 points lower on win7 command prompt mem test, and it caused an intermittant stability issue when gaming. i never get over 55c with prime95 or bc2(anyone who plays bc2 should know what i mean). lastly, these are the settings my rig works at. yours WILL be different. this is just a reference point for initial testing for your setup.
Thank you ! I'll try that !!!
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Oh for my 955 C2, I use anywhere from 1.47-1.49V for 3.9ghz. My FSB/HT clock Ref. is at 300 though, as I use this to get my CPU-NB to 3000mhz.

Also, you don't have to go for Prime95 24 hour stability. I consider that pretty harsh on your system, since you realistically will never achieve that kind of stress for that long of a duration. I suggest just running LinX for 10-20 runs. It actually makes your CPU burn a few °C higher than Prime95 does and it also makes your CPU usage go up and down instead of a constant 100%, meaning it gets more of a "work out". However, if you want to isolate stressing CPU and RAM, I would go for Prime95.
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sorry that I dont have an answer, but just wondering what kind of oc have you been able to achieve with your thuban? Im in the market, so the 1055t looks really tempting, Bing cash-back has it for $175, I also have a $25 gift card from amazon, so I could get it for the same (or a 965 or 955 less the gc). Thanks,
here is a ss of the OC I was able to get. at this OC I got that "2E" error led. I reseated the video card and my RAM and all seems fine now. was able to game for an hour last night perfectly fine.

    
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Oh for my 955 C2, I use anywhere from 1.47-1.49V for 3.9ghz. My FSB/HT clock Ref. is at 300 though, as I use this to get my CPU-NB to 3000mhz.

Also, you don't have to go for Prime95 24 hour stability. I consider that pretty harsh on your system, since you realistically will never achieve that kind of stress for that long of a duration. I suggest just running LinX for 10-20 runs. It actually makes your CPU burn a few °C higher than Prime95 does and it also makes your CPU usage go up and down instead of a constant 100%, meaning it gets more of a "work out". However, if you want to isolate stressing CPU and RAM, I would go for Prime95.
i dont recommend a 24hr prime95 run. i just did it to see if i could. it likely shortened the life span of my parts. no biggie though. it'll give me an excuse to build another personal rig when it dies. lol
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i dont recommend a 24hr prime95 run. i just did it to see if i could. it likely shortened the life span of my parts. no biggie though. it'll give me an excuse to build another personal rig when it dies. lol
No worries, but I just want to warn people who actually do regular Prime95 24hr runs, especially those who do that without knowing that it actually damages their system.
    
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My old opteron did countless 24h runs without a single problem.

If you have proper cooling, do it.

The stress on a overclocked system is the same stress applied by prime95 to a stock system.

The only difference is the cooling.

You can leave a stock system running prime forever if you have proper cooling.

Sometime you'll reach the mtbf obviously
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So I just picked up a MSI 790FX-GD70, Phenom II x6 1055T, and Corsair DDR3 1600 (cmx4gx3m2a1600c7).

I've tried with two video cards, the first card stops at D5 on LED POST lights and the second cycles through FF, D3, D5.

I can't find much help other than start replacing either the memory or motherboard. Does anyone have any idea of what is wrong and my what my next step should be.

One thought I had was that the CPU might not be supported by the current BIOS on the mobo cause it looks like MSI added support for the 6 cores in BIOS 1B, however cause I can't POST I don't know what the mobo currently has or any idea how to update the BIOS w/o it posting.

Thanks for any help.
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So I just picked up a MSI 790FX-GD70, Phenom II x6 1055T, and Corsair DDR3 1600 (cmx4gx3m2a1600c7).

I've tried with two video cards, the first card stops at D5 on LED POST lights and the second cycles through FF, D3, D5.

I can't find much help other than start replacing either the memory or motherboard. Does anyone have any idea of what is wrong and my what my next step should be.

One thought I had was that the CPU might not be supported by the current BIOS on the mobo cause it looks like MSI added support for the 6 cores in BIOS 1B, however cause I can't POST I don't know what the mobo currently has or any idea how to update the BIOS w/o it posting.

Thanks for any help.
Are you trying to do first post with 2 dimms of memory installed? If so try using just one. D5 is memory initialize. You always start with one dimm and add the second later.
    
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Are you trying to do first post with 2 dimms of memory installed? If so try using just one. D5 is memory initialize. You always start with one dimm and add the second later.
Yeah, I've tried slots [1] [12] [13] [3] [34]


I also just went out a got some DDR3 PC1333 (CMV4G3M2A1333C9) memory and still same response. I don't know what else except the CPU or mobo.
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Yeah, I've tried slots [1] [12] [13] [3] [34]


I also just went out a got some DDR3 PC1333 (CMV4G3M2A1333C9) memory and still same response. I don't know what else except the CPU or mobo.
Dude i prob have your solution update your bios befor trying it with Thuban.
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