Originally Posted by SwishaMane
I had a friend design the art, and a laser etch company cut and etch the acrylic. I like it. That case is for my 939 bench rig now, my new tech station build with my AM3 isnt complete just yet,s o Im waiting to share it on OCN still, but its runnign sweet.
I'm just curious is 2x4GB of RAM vs the 4x2GB I have now. Its up to ddr1440, 720Mhz, but at 8-8-8-24 across all 4 dimms. Not shabby but definatly not pro, lol.
Well it will be easier on your CPU's IMC when it only has to deal with 2 dimms, but you won't be getting any significant performance boost when switching to the 2x4GB dimms at 1600mhz with tighter timings.
Originally Posted by froxic
Hello i new here - i have just bought GD70. Have vierd issue, that DVI have not signal but HDMI have. But anyway i have question.
Before i have cheap GB 790X-UD4 and i have no issues with Vdrop. Now, GD70 dropping CPU volage under load. Its normal? Can be tweaked to "rock steady" v core in all situations?
In BIOS i have 1.480 Vcore. CPU-Z show in iddle 1.480V, under load with LinX 1.464V and it seems stable. But with UD4 i have 1.472 all the time with no problems
If your monitor isn't receiving a DVI signal, but accepts HDMI, it might be a number of things. The DVI cable might be bad, the DVI ports could be bad also, or it might just be a driver issue. Try re-seating your GPU(don't forget to unplug or turn off the switch off for your PSU
), uninstalling the drivers and installing them again, and if none of those work, try a different DVI cable.
It's normal for your CPU voltage to drop during normal operation and drop even more when being stressed. I set my cpu voltage at 1.44v in the BIOS, CPU-Z reads idle at 1.432v and it drops down to 1.424v during load.Edited by Kokin - 11/9/10 at 10:44pm