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First off I would like to thank you guys for the support!
As far as I know I will be taking over this thread, That being said there are a few things I would like to accomplish.
First and foremost would be to get this club official!
I also have quite a few ideas to make it a little easier for everyone to get information about this board and what it can do. I will also be adding support links to the OP(Bios, Drivers, and the likes.)
I will try my best to keep everything up to date but it will take a while for me to get everything going. I still have some to learn about this board but I think that with all of your support and knowledge we will be able to answer any questions that happen to come this way.

Mike
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Does this board have any boot problems or really any problems at all
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Does this board have any boot problems or really any problems at all
I have found no problems myself. I do know however that some people have had issues with early bios's. (mine came with 1.4 and was fine) One thing to watch out for tho is ram height depending on what cpu cooler you plan to use.

EDIT those rip jaws will not fit in the first two slots with certain HSF's, But they will fit in the sencond two with even a megalehelms with 38mm fans.

I can provide pics if you would like.
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 10/7/09 at 5:10pm
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What about Gskill Ripjaws with a Xiggy Dark knight? Super tight or good amount of room?
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What about Gskill Ripjaws with a Xiggy Dark knight? Super tight or good amount of room?
from the base of the memory slot to the top of the ripjaw memory is 1.5 inches, you can measure to see if it would fit
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megalhelm with 25mm fans

I checked the specs on both and you should be fine even with a 38mm fan.
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eclipseaudio4 - All the best with the thread mate!
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eclipseaudio4 - All the best with the thread mate!
Thanks!
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Your plans sound good, im definately looking forward to it. What is involved in getting a thread official?

If you need any help, ill be on the thread often.
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Hi everyone,

Can I pipe in here with a question?

I'm a newbie to overclocking. I mean, I've been doing it for 10 years, but on a very minimal level, mild increases, nothing to even mention. So, I consider myself a noob right now.

I've just put a new system together, except for the hdd's, and I'm getting a strange occurrence.

3dmark vantage has run without any problems on all 4 of it's tests at my current clocks, which are 4.0 Ghz, NB 2.4 and SB 2.0 and the 4890 @ 995 and 1095. This should be a breeze on water, right? CPU VDD is 1.485, cpu-nb vdd is 1.25, and nb core, 1.24. CPU temps are about 32-35c idle and max out at about 46-49c. Core is about 2-5 degrees cooler, not hotter, cooler.

As soon as I try to run Prime95 it reboots, no blue screen, just a bunch of lines across the screen (2 seconds, maybe) and a reboot.

I'm getting a lot of random bsod's, and sometimes when 3dmark vantage is run, but only sometimes, it usually runs no problem. No setting have changed. I keep running it because after bsod's happen I want to see how it responds to a test, and it usually runs fine through all the tests, but once in a while it will bsod. When it crashes in Vantage, it bsod's, not a straight reboot.

The errors are always either the 'stop: 0x00000124', or 'a clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor within the allocated time interval, stop: 0x00000101'.

The board, cpu, ram, vid card and power supply were purchased a few days ago. I am running bios version 1.4, and when I went to update through m-flash to 1.5 I got a 'warning: ROMID dismatch, force flash' notice, so I aborted the flash and left it at 1.4.

This is a completely new build with a fresh copy of Windows 7 x64 Ultimate RTM build 7600. I installed the most recent win 7 x64 nic, hd audio, and SB drivers from MSI's website. I have the most recent amd driver and ccc (version 9.9) for the 4890.

I have not installed the drivers Windows update wants to install for the 4890 nor the nic, only manufacturer drivers, and the most up-to-date ones at that.

As I'm writing this I am looking at a static bsod that reports these error codes:
'a clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor within the allocated time interval'
stop: 0x00000101 (0x0000000000000031, 0x000000000000000, 0xfffff88002f70180, 0x000000000000002). This came running vantage, one of the rare times it didn't complete.

Any help understanding this would be appreciated. I'm thinking I might have a bad CPU or mobo.

One last thing worth noting, the nb temps are high, or it seems they are high. With the case open, depending on the temp in my room (65-70f), it will read 62-70c. With the case closed and two 120mm, coolermaster rifle bearing, 2000rpm, 90cfm fans blowing at the vid card and cpu/nb area it will run between 44-51c. It doesn't move much either at it's temps, no matter what's running, maybe 3 or 4 degrees.
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