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I dunno, it never made sense to me. I dont even bother with their US site anymore. Hell, I dont even use the Canadian one. I just go to Global. At least that one works 60% of the time.
     
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I dunno, it never made sense to me. I dont even bother with their US site anymore. Hell, I dont even use the Canadian one. I just go to Global. At least that one works 60% of the time.
ha, they don't update their site half the time. when the p6x58d premium version came out back at thanks giving the asus site didn't have anything on it til January.
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well the puter is built with the -E and the 930. i am able to post at 4.2ghz (with low voltage) and at 2000mhz on my g-skill tridents, but i can't get stable on the proc end while running at these ram speeds.

qpi is 1.35v
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mem is 9-9-9-24@2006mhz...

any help?
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Processor arrived, just waiting for P6X58E and ram.



I would really aprishiate, if someone could post a stable bios setup for 980x at 4.0 or more.

Thanks
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Guys, I couldn't resist EK blocks so I've decided to put the board under water - yeah I know I don't need cause it runs cool to but it's for looks and more fun.
Like they say, if it's worth doing, it's worth overdoing

The worklog is here if anyone is interested.
It's basically one huge loop with CPU, MB, 2x480 and 2 pumps in serial.

Watercooling worklog

This weekend I'll be mounting MB blocks and by early June I shall be finished.
    
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I would really aprishiate, if someone could post a stable bios setup for 980x at 4.0 or more.

Thanks
Congrats on new cpu!

4.4 stable and check the rest of that thread.
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Processor arrived, just waiting for P6X58E and ram.



I would really aprishiate, if someone could post a stable bios setup for 980x at 4.0 or more.

Thanks
i saw couple guys here using the 980x. think 00smirf is one of them,
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Processor arrived, just waiting for P6X58E and ram.



I would really aprishiate, if someone could post a stable bios setup for 980x at 4.0 or more.

Thanks
Hey tomyboy,

I'm curious... how the hell do you (and others on this forum) get your pics looking so awesome. I was using a Canon PowerShot SD1200IS and I couldn't get the damned thing to take as good as pics as yours.

http://www.overclock.net/9393844-post2050.html

That's an example.

Any tips?
     
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Any tips?
There are plenty of great photographers here but I can point you in the right direction. You can start with turning off the flash

1st step I would say is to control in the how much and how light gets onto the photo (exposure)

With the PCs, flash usually does not give best effects so you have to get more light by other means:
a) Wider aperture (simply put less zoom)
b) Slower shutter speed ( I assume there is some control of this in your camera)
c) ISO sensitivity
d) External lights, photobox, etc.

So pick a right time and place when/where you have plenty of light rather than some dark spot under the desk in the middle of the night
Go as wide as you can with zoom, get your camera on the tripod (of course you can improvise by placing it on a stack of books or anything really), set the long shutter speed (for example start with 1/30 and go down to 1/3) ,shoot, compare and you'll get the idea.

You could also increase the ISO sensitivity but usually with non DSLR anything above 400 will give you some form of noise so unless you have no choice I wouldn't go there.

If you're not using tripod and you're camera is light, to avoid moving it (and thus avoid blurry image) while pressing shutter button you can set some delay.

I think that's it for the start, obviously there is much more to it (depth of field, white balance, etc.) and having more advanced camera where you can manually set more settings - or even DSLR usually helps significantly

Hope that helps a little bit - feel free to ask some more, I'll try to help some more if I can or at least point you into some websites with good guides.

For all the serious photographers here I hope I did not hurt anyone's feelings with this
    
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So pick a right time and place when/where you have plenty of light rather than some dark spot under the desk in the middle of the night
Damnit. So it wasn't 'in the middle of the night' but at that moment I figured, "Hell, lets use a flash, might as well cause at this point i'm too f***in lazy to put my pc on my desk. ISO 1600? That sounds cool. Let's do it."

I do notice the huge amounts of noise in the photos though. I'll hijack the gf's camera again this weekend and mess around with it. Thanks again for the info though, you've really helped alot! +REP
     
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