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need some advice. my chip is #90237. i have never been able to get my nb to 3000. i always get the 3 beeps when i restart. i have gone as high as 1.43v on cpu-nb and 1.3v on nb and 1.300 on cpunb vdd. should i go higher? i havent made many attempts. just lookng for some input that may save me some time/aggrivation. obviously i lowered my ram strap and nb multiplier.
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need some advice. my chip is #90237. i have never been able to get my nb to 3000. i always get the 3 beeps when i restart. i have gone as high as 1.43v on cpu-nb and 1.3v on nb and 1.300 on cpunb vdd. should i go higher? i havent made many attempts. just lookng for some input that may save me some time/aggrivation. obviously i lowered my ram strap and nb multiplier.
yea im still trying to get my nb stable at 2800mhz, and my chip is #90013 for a C2
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hey mastiff I meant to ask could you post or Pm me a graph of your temps from idle to load and back down. I am interested to see the "flow" or your loop as compared to mine which has me worried.

Heck it does not even have to be to full load temps Just would like to know what you load at as well as ambient along with the graph so that I can look at the progression of your temps. My worrie is that mine looks as tho it has a bad seat but I have reseated many a time to no avail...
Sure, I'll see what I can do. Just from my knowledge of my System.... I have my Rad inside my Raven 2 at the bottom of the case. 180mm fans blowing upward bringing in cool air. My Pump moves about 132gal/hr. max. I have 1/2" ID for my CPU. 2 Valves that have 5/16 ID running off of them for my ram.

At 4.1ghz (205x 20) @ 1.49v (BIOS) 1.472v Full load Stable on Small FFT's right now. It idles @ 32*C and Load at 49*C. I have a 10k BTU AC wall unit in the Upstair of my addition where my rig is. The Room is 24 x 20ft with a 10 x 10ft Bath in one corner....

You may have some build up restricting water flow... When was the last time that you flushed your system? Sometimes Dust buildup in the Rad Fins can insulate the Rad. Dust on fans or around the CPU Socket itself can cause insulation. Even buildup inside the CPU Block can do this.


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sorry Mastiffman I mean the G.skill Eco in particular. there timings are lower and I keep reading good things. Newegg only has ripjaws in 4gig sticks, that I can see anyways.

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Ah, got it! Sorry for misunderstanding....

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need some advice. my chip is #90237. I have never been able to get my nb to 3000. I always get the 3 beeps when I restart. I have gone as high as 1.43v on cpu-nb and 1.3v on nb and 1.300 on cpunb vdd. should I go higher? I havent made many attempts. just lookng for some input that may save me some time/aggrivation. obviously I lowered my ram strap and nb multiplier.
90237... My C3 955 is 90363. I need about 1.43v (BIOS) which registers in Everest as 1.45-1.46v full load... With my C3 965 it was 90474 and I needed about 1.47-1.48v (BIOS) which registered at 1.5-1.51v in everest.... But there is a difference in Batches too. But you may just need .01-.02 volts more to get her stable. that .01v can make a world of difference.

At 4.1ghz I went from 1.48v (BIOS) registering at 1.456v in CPU-Z @ Full load and would fail on 1 Core every time after a few minutes. The others would go for an hour. I bumped to 1.49v (BIOS) and she's been stable on all 4 cores at 4.1ghz (205 x 20) for the last 4 hours.... Going to let her run all night. Most likely for 24hours if she'll do it... That's testing with P95 in Small FFt's mode. Then I'll either move her up to 4150mhz or 4.2ghz and do it again, then work on my CPU-NB at 3ghz with 1600mhz cas 6 ram again! - it might end up taking to much voltage for my liking though. we'll see.....


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yea im still trying to get my nb stable at 2800mhz, and my chip is #90013 for a C2
If you ahve the cooling means, then don't be afraid to give it some voltage.... They say that 1.55v is max "safe" volts for CPU/ CPU-NB... I don't think that I'll ever run mine 24/7 with that though...
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need some advice. my chip is #90237. i have never been able to get my nb to 3000. i always get the 3 beeps when i restart. i have gone as high as 1.43v on cpu-nb and 1.3v on nb and 1.300 on cpunb vdd. should i go higher? i havent made many attempts. just lookng for some input that may save me some time/aggrivation. obviously i lowered my ram strap and nb multiplier.
My 955 C2 chip is #90437 and my CPU-NB voltage is set on 1.3-1.35v for 2800nb, while 3000nb requires anywhere from 1.44-1.5v depending on the BIOS version. I leave my NB voltage at 1.25-1.3, but to get it really stable when OCing my CPU to 4ghz, RAM to 1700ish mhz, and NB to 3000mhz, I put my NB voltage to up to 1.40-1.43. Keep pumping your voltages one by one to see what your chip needs to stabilize.
    
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My 955 C2 chip is #90437 and my CPU-NB voltage is set on 1.3-1.35v for 2800nb, while 3000nb requires anywhere from 1.44-1.5v depending on the BIOS version. I leave my NB voltage at 1.25-1.3, but to get it really stable when OCing my CPU to 4ghz, RAM to 1700ish mhz, and NB to 3000mhz, I put my NB voltage to up to 1.40-1.43. Keep pumping your voltages one by one to see what your chip needs to stabilize.
hey do people still suffer from 2800+nb cold boot bug?
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I always thought the cold boot issue was a motherboard feature. But no, 1090T, even with higher clocks, ended the cold boot issue I had with my "old" 965C3.
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Hi, I've replaced my NB & SB TIM. The white padding surrounding both in this picture >>>



got disintegrated when using TIM removal liquid. I still have the mosfet strip pictured on the left. I have noticed a drop in temps compared to stock after replacing the TIM. Will this be a problem that I am missing the NB & SB pads?

Thanks in advance
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those stupid pads came off my heatsink too. doesn't seem to matter.

i've decided that 3000nb is a no go with bios v1.7.
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My 955 C2 chip is #90437 and my CPU-NB voltage is set on 1.3-1.35v for 2800nb, while 3000nb requires anywhere from 1.44-1.5v depending on the BIOS version. I leave my NB voltage at 1.25-1.3, but to get it really stable when OCing my CPU to 4ghz, RAM to 1700ish mhz, and NB to 3000mhz, I put my NB voltage to up to 1.40-1.43. Keep pumping your voltages one by one to see what your chip needs to stabilize.
What BIOS require less voltage for the CPU-NB? Have you ever kept track of that? WOW.... 1.4-1.43v!? I bet your NB Chipset is warming up at that point. What I've noticed on my board is that I need 1.30v-1.32v on th HT Link and only 1.28v on my NB Chipset for 4ghz CPU, 3Ghz CPU-NB and 1600mhz cas Ram. Maybe I'll try pumping some NB Chpiset volts and see if that can get me further a bit...

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hey do people still suffer from 2800+nb cold boot bug?
I've tested Literally EVERY BIOS including Beta, from 1.7b7 to the Offical 1.1D0 (1.13) and 1.1A0 (1.10) Official is the only one of those that will allow me to cold boot at a CPU-NB Multi of x14 or lower. But at that I can just increase the HTRClk and still cold boot at just over 3Ghz CPU-NB....

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I always thought the cold boot issue was a motherboard feature. But no, 1090T, even with higher clocks, ended the cold boot issue I had with my "old" 965C3.
DUDE! Are you kidding me? What the heck... I still think that It has to be the Motherboard. Try BIOS 1.1A0 (1.10) and see if you can cold boot at x14. I bet you can!

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Hi, I've replaced my NB & SB TIM. The white padding surrounding both in this picture >>>

>>>got disintegrated when using TIM removal liquid. I still have the mosfet strip pictured on the left. I have noticed a drop in temps compared to stock after replacing the TIM. Will this be a problem that I am missing the NB & SB pads?

Thanks in advance
I used alcohol pads to get the TIM off of mine. Still have my pads. I don't think that it would affect things really. it seems to be more of a stablizing part or insulation from the HS and the Chips top, where more resistors are. I'm sure that you cold fine some on the net if you really wanted to.

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those stupid pads came off my heatsink too. doesn't seem to matter.

i've decided that 3000nb is a no go with bios v1.7.
Got it. Time to try a better BIOS. I had really good results with BIOS 1.84beta. And 1.1A2 beta as well as 1.1A0 official. Might want to try those....
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DUDE! Are you kidding me? What the heck... I still think that It has to be the Motherboard. Try BIOS 1.1A0 (1.13) and see if you can cold boot at x14. I bet you can!
As previously written, I'm with 1.13 bios and X15 cpu-nb for a week. The PC turns on perfectly.

Before that, with the 965C3 and the same board, I still had cold boot issue with CPU-NB at X14 or even less.
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