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Got my new board from msi[after 3 weeks of waiting]Hooked it up,hit power button, and guess what,stillstuck on ff.After hours of checking forums,
ran across a thread where a guy had my same problems as me,he resolved the issue by hooking up his 4 pin instead of his 8 pin and it worked,so i tried hooking up my 4 pin,holy **** it worked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Okay,ive had the hypertransport flood error twice while gaming,both times while loading maps.Im running my 1600mhz ram @ default settings of 1066mhx
Do you think this could the problem?CPUis at stock settings.
    
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Okay,ive had the hypertransport flood error twice while gaming,both times while loading maps.Im running my 1600mhz ram @ default settings of 1066mhx
Do you think this could the problem?CPUis at stock settings.
Hypertransport Sync Flood errors are from too low of voltage I believe. Do you have all you voltages set to auto in the BIOS? Also do you have your timings set for your RAM properly or is everything set on default/auto?

Make sure you have the voltages set to manufacturer specs also in the BIOS.
    
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Hypertransport Sync Flood errors are from too low of voltage I believe. Do you have all you voltages set to auto in the BIOS? Also do you have your timings set for your RAM properly or is everything set on default/auto?

Make sure you have the voltages set to manufacturer specs also in the BIOS.
Have everything set to optimized settings,never changed the memory timings,running at default of 1066.
    
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Can i run the 1090t on this board with the 1.6 bios? And will I get the full potential out of that cpu or should i get the 890fx.
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I had this exact same issue, spend months trying to figure it out. Sold my ram and got new stuff, problem went away. I passed Prime95, Memtest, you name it. I think the ram just did not get along with my CPU
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Can i run the 1090t on this board with the 1.6 bios? And will I get the full potential out of that cpu or should i get the 890fx.
it wont work with 1.6 bios. i wouldn't use either gd70 board for a x6 cpu because of the 4+1vrm. not that it wont work and you probably wont have a problem with it. the asus crosshair IV and gigabyte ud5/ud7 have 8+2 vrm, much more durable imo.
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it wont work with 1.6 bios. i wouldn't use either gd70 board for a x6 cpu because of the 4+1vrm. not that it wont work and you probably wont have a problem with it. the asus crosshair IV and gigabyte ud5/ud7 have 8+2 vrm, much more durable imo.
What you mention is true, but it does not bother at all - there are countless of 1090t users around in the internet I still haven't seen any issues. Also take note... why would the motherboard company release a bios update for us to be able to use it... obviously they have to test it to know its capabilities to be insured that there won't be any issues with a 6 cores cpu on our boards with a simple bios update.. as a matter of fact to all AMD AM3 DDR3 boards.

I'm certain if that specific thing was a culprit deal(something obligated needed) for those cpu's to run perfectly for specific boards.... they would clearly not release a Bios updates accepting 6 cores cpu for all AM3 boards... that there shows it won't bother ever at all.
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it wont work with 1.6 bios. i wouldn't use either gd70 board for a x6 cpu because of the 4+1vrm. not that it wont work and you probably wont have a problem with it. the asus crosshair IV and gigabyte ud5/ud7 have 8+2 vrm, much more durable imo.
mine works fine...
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im not trying to start a war. im just voicing my opinion. i have heard of a few of the 890fx-gd70 burning up at the vrm when using x6 cpu's and it uses the same setup as our board. its obviously not a big issue cause nobody talks about it. i prefer msi over the other companies because i've never had a problem with their products. it would be nice if they went that extra mile like asus and gigabyte and used 8+2 on the 890fx-gd70. not that its needed, but i like the extra effort.
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im not trying to start a war. im just voicing my opinion. i have heard of a few of the 890fx-gd70 burning up at the vrm when using x6 cpu's and it uses the same setup as our board. its obviously not a big issue cause nobody talks about it. i prefer msi over the other companies because i've never had a problem with their products. it would be nice if they went that extra mile like asus and gigabyte and used 8+2 on the 890fx-gd70. not that its needed, but i like the extra effort.
Bro you got it wrong... the issue with the 890fx is that many boards came bad by manufacturing some chips were over heating(many others don't have the same issue), this issue has never happened to the 790 series - go to the 890 club thread you will see very minor people with that issue... they simply got an RMA of their board and its not happened again to them.
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