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Nice, 96 pages later haha
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Nice, 96 pages later haha
The thread ownership has been transferred.
The new owner has taken the time to further document the OP and qualify it for Official status!

A general, no documentation/database as to the OCing thread does not qualify as this thread previously did not have such information provided.

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Thank you Duke!

Ok guys I have updated the sig portion to reflect our now Official Status!
I request that any of you that have a sig about this thread please either edit it to reflect it's now Official status or use the one that is in the OP.
Thanks Guys,
Mike


EDIT: just to clarify I believe the reason this thread was not Official until now was due to the fact of not having technical information in the OP. EG the links that I have put up making it easier to find what you need.
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 10/10/09 at 9:48am
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thanks Chucklez and eclipse.

I'm going with the Megahelm. my memory will fit because mine have no heatsinks at all (Crucial 4x2GB).

any fan suggestions? no budget here. any fan that will keep it very cool but extremely quiet. and do you recommend a push/pull fan setup with the Megalhelm or is the difference too little for the extra noise?
I personally use a push/pull with 25mm fans. With these, They are doing a great job and are quieter than my GTS's @ 100%. If you have not seen my setup I have a tech station(completely open) and it is quite quiet! If you would like I can shoot some audio so that you can hear what it sounds like.

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Okay so I did all that and then changed my dram voltage to 1.65, and was going to boot into memtest but i got a "cmos checksum bad" error, should I flash my bios again to make sure its updated correctly? Thanks for your help!
A checksum bad error just means that the settings did not take effect for some reason. I would go back into bios double check everything and then F10 and save and try again.

What bios are you running BTW?

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General question: there is an 8-pin connector on the motherboard with 4 of the pins blocked off. I initially thought that I didn't need one, so I just plugged in the 4-pin one there. Would plugging the 8-pin in there increase stability?
Yes plugging in the other 4 pin can increase the stability. The only reason why MB manufactures do that(put a block into one of the 4 pins) is because some of the PSU's dont have an 8 pin and they want you to use the open one if that is the case.
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Decided to remove this post.......
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A checksum bad error just means that the settings did not take effect for some reason. I would go back into bios double check everything and then F10 and save and try again.

What bios are you running BTW?
I'm running bios 1.5, I still can't get it to work, when I set my dram config to both, should I change both the sections of timings? or just one of them?
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No "Official MSI K9N2 SLI Platinum" thread?
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No "Official MSI K9N2 SLI Platinum" thread?
Make one
To be official it requires the OP create either a full length extensive review and or Documentation of data relative to a reasonable data base of OCing culminated from the members replies to, OC, voltage, CPU type, BIOS version, etc... and a reasonable level of proven stability. It can also include an Suicide run OC too.
The OP must maintain the thread or then find someone who can and will maintain it.
    
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I'm running bios 1.5, I still can't get it to work, when I set my dram config to both, should I change both the sections of timings? or just one of them?
Depending on which slots you are using (black = DCT 0 blue = DCT1) try selecting the corresponding option(if memory in black slots select DCT 0) and then enter the information for that selection. Give me a few and I will get some screen shots up.
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