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There is a way.

Start up with 1 core (core 0), run SuperPi_Mod. See your best times for 16K-1M.
Start up with 1 core (core 1), run SuperPi_Mod. See your best times for 16K-1M.
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Hey fellers, anyone still come to this thread?

I had to reinstall my GD70, however, I was thinking of running my 1090T on it. I know that with the BIOS I have I can't run it. I've also read that the 1.H BIOS kills boards. Which BIOS can I use to run the x6's, also, what's the best way of flashing it?
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Hey fellers, anyone still come to this thread?
I had to reinstall my GD70, however, I was thinking of running my 1090T on it. I know that with the BIOS I have I can't run it. I've also read that the 1.H BIOS kills boards. Which BIOS can I use to run the x6's, also, what's the best way of flashing it?

I recommend the 1.G or 1.16 as it's the one I've been using ever since it was released and has given me the best stability and overclockability, at least compared to the 10-15 older BIOS versions I've tried. Best way to flash it is through M-Flash in the BIOS, but I've also tried flashing via executable in Windows and that has worked flawlessly as well.
    
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I recommend the 1.G or 1.16 as it's the one I've been using ever since it was released and has given me the best stability and overclockability, at least compared to the 10-15 older BIOS versions I've tried. Best way to flash it is through M-Flash in the BIOS, but I've also tried flashing via executable in Windows and that has worked flawlessly as well.

Thanks Kokin.

Is M-Flash via USB? I've never flashed this board. And what is the executable you're talking about?

Just installed both unlocked 6950's and, let's just say that this 720, even overclocked, is pegged at max and I'm getting some major stuttering. Didn't get any stuttering with my 1090T.
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Thanks Kokin.
Is M-Flash via USB? I've never flashed this board. And what is the executable you're talking about?
Just installed both unlocked 6950's and, let's just say that this 720, even overclocked, is pegged at max and I'm getting some major stuttering. Didn't get any stuttering with my 1090T.

Yes it's via USB. You simply put the BIOS file on the root directory of your USB and you just have to select it once you're in the M-Flash in the BIOS menu. If you download the MSI updater program, it will download BIOS versions that are executable through Windows. I do have the 1.G/1.16 BIOS file and several older versions in case you can't find it on the MSI website.

I also experience a lot of stuttering in BF3 when it comes to my 5870s with my B55/955 @ 4ghz, though they seem to do fine in other games. I'm hoping it is a RAM issue issue though, but I'll be finding out once I get those Samsung memory shipped to me.
    
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Yes it's via USB. You simply put the BIOS file on the root directory of your USB and you just have to select it once you're in the M-Flash in the BIOS menu. If you download the MSI updater program, it will download BIOS versions that are executable through Windows. I do have the 1.G/1.16 BIOS file and several older versions in case you can't find it on the MSI website.
I also experience a lot of stuttering in BF3 when it comes to my 5870s with my B55/955 @ 4ghz, though they seem to do fine in other games. I'm hoping it is a RAM issue issue though, but I'll be finding out once I get those Samsung memory shipped to me.

I read over at the MSI forums that the best, and safest, way to flash the BIOS is by doing it through DOS. They actually created a utility that does it all for you. But trying to get the actual pertinent info is tedious. But the utility worked very well.Flashed to 1.16 (1.G) and all is well so far.

Next step, install x6. eek.gif I've heard bad things happen to the VRM's with the x6's on these. Not planning on doing any real OCing to it just yet. I want it on there cuz this 720 is killing me. It just doesn't have enough power to run some of the newer mutli-threaded games or handle powerful video cards in CFX/SLI.

But hey, thanks for all of your help. thumb.gif
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I read over at the MSI forums that the best, and safest, way to flash the BIOS is by doing it through DOS. They actually created a utility that does it all for you. But trying to get the actual pertinent info is tedious. But the utility worked very well.Flashed to 1.16 (1.G) and all is well so far.
Next step, install x6. eek.gif I've heard bad things happen to the VRM's with the x6's on these. Not planning on doing any real OCing to it just yet. I want it on there cuz this 720 is killing me. It just doesn't have enough power to run some of the newer mutli-threaded games or handle powerful video cards in CFX/SLI.
But hey, thanks for all of your help. thumb.gif


Some of the 790fx GD-70's don't have any trouble running X6's on them, but a few do have VRM problems.  I'm lucky enough to have one without any VRM problems.  I've run my X6 on it all the way up to 1.8v without any issues.

 

 

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^That's a bad example because only 2 cores are active, but I did run it at full load on all six cores at 5100mhz @ 1.80v iirc.

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I read over at the MSI forums that the best, and safest, way to flash the BIOS is by doing it through DOS. They actually created a utility that does it all for you. But trying to get the actual pertinent info is tedious. But the utility worked very well.Flashed to 1.16 (1.G) and all is well so far.
Next step, install x6. eek.gif I've heard bad things happen to the VRM's with the x6's on these. Not planning on doing any real OCing to it just yet. I want it on there cuz this 720 is killing me. It just doesn't have enough power to run some of the newer mutli-threaded games or handle powerful video cards in CFX/SLI.
But hey, thanks for all of your help. thumb.gif

No problem at all. biggrin.gif

For now, keep it at 1.4-1.45v max and see what that brings you up to. The extra 100-200mhz may not be worth the extra heat and risk of VRM failure. I do hope you have a good board that can handle some decent x6 OCing. As there are some people here who have terribly good luck with it.
    
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Some of the 790fx GD-70's don't have any trouble running X6's on them, but a few do have VRM problems.  I'm lucky enough to have one without any VRM problems.  I've run my X6 on it all the way up to 1.8v without any issues.
Well that's good to hear. I wasn't planning on any crazy OC or anything, maybe 4.0GHz if it'll stabilize to my liking (24hrs of P95). Weren't most of the VRM issues due to poor, or no, contact with the cooler?
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No problem at all. biggrin.gif
For now, keep it at 1.4-1.45v max and see what that brings you up to. The extra 100-200mhz may not be worth the extra heat and risk of VRM failure. I do hope you have a good board that can handle some decent x6 OCing. As there are some people here who have terribly good luck with it.
This chip is pretty good actually. On the Crosshair III, I had it up to 4.2GHz @ 1.42v. I didn't stress it or anything, I just wanted to see what it would take to get it there.
So far so good.Although, if I do decide to OC it more, I'll definitely put supplemental fans blowing at the VRM's etc.
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Some of the 790fx GD-70's don't have any trouble running X6's on them, but a few do have VRM problems.  I'm lucky enough to have one without any VRM problems.  I've run my X6 on it all the way up to 1.8v without any issues.


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^That's a bad example because only 2 cores are active, but I did run it at full load on all six cores at 5100mhz @ 1.80v iirc.

Wowww wuut, you think that if you have a "newer" 790fx board, that they made improvements to the vrms? I'm stuck at a 3.7ghz clock because I'm afraid to go higher than 1.47v.. but would like to try and get more power out of the system.

What do you think? Temps aren't a problem, I load at around 48C currently
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