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Honestly I'd have to go back and look at my settings because I was able to run lower voltages on some settings but things are going to vary chip to chip as well as the fact that you're using a 930 which I have no experience with yet. What are the specs of RAM you are using?
Edited by maximus7651000 - 6/13/10 at 12:27am
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Hey there,

I followed xmiserys 4.2ghz guide, but noticed it didnt have HT enabled.

Would I be better leaving it off, or turning it on - and if i did turn it on what should I increase the voltages by? (I have a 930 btw)
Hi Saux. It really depends on what you'd be using the system for, if you'd be able to take full advantage of HT. Others, although wouldn't ever use the HT, still OC their system with it, just because they can.

In any event, I didn't have an i7 930 to test out the OC settings with, so I apologize for not having a 4.2 w/ HT template for you. Hopefully, someone else who has a 930 has gotten their system stable and can post what their settings are. If not, your best bet is to plugin the settings I have listed for 930 4.2 non-HT, then bump up your vcore(CPU Voltage) about 4-5 notches and the QPI/DRAM Voltage up 2-3 notches as well. Then you'll have to kind of test it out yourself and see what seems to work best for you.

But, then again, you may not even have (or need) to use HT at all in the first place. In which case, just use the non-HT settings and adjust accordingly (if needed).
Edited by xmisery - 6/13/10 at 12:33am
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Hi Folks,

Finally got my system up and running but having some problems... My specs are as follows:

p6x58d-e mobo
i7 920 cpu
H50 cooler
6 GB Corsair XMS3, DDR3 PC3-12800 (1600) Non-ECC Unbuffered, CAS 9-9-9-24, 1.65V
2 x 250GB RAID 0
Geforce 9800GTX+
700W PSU
Windows 7 Pro
All latest drivers, etc.

The problem is I'm getting random shutdown/reboots even at stock auto settings. I can OC no problem to 3.6 using xmisery's settings, and using the Intel burn test I can run 20 or more passes at high and the CPU doesn't go more than 65'C and idles at about 37 (at auto it reaches about 55 and idles at 34). I've run Memtest and that shows no problems, so hopefully my memory is OK. Most of the random reboots are when the GPU is doing a lot of work, games/benchmarks, etc. so I'm wondering if that might be the problem (the card worked fine in my old system though). Maybe even a driver issue with the GPU? I'm running the latest from the Nvidia site. Any help would be most appreciated.

Thanks,

Rory
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sounds like a psu not being stable?
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sounds like a psu not being stable?
That had crossed my mind, although it's a 700w unit it was pretty cheap. I've noticed the 12v rail drops from 12.20v at idle to 11.70v as soon as I run IBT, even lower running prime95...
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Definitely PSU or GPU related I think. Been running prime95 all afternoon/evening with no problems, but as soon as I played Railworks it rebooted within 10 minutes, core temp shortly before was only 53'C. I have a 9800GT which I'll try, but looks like I wasted £30 on a crap PSU, should have gone for something better! We live and learn....
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Definitely PSU or GPU related I think. Been running prime95 all afternoon/evening with no problems, but as soon as I played Railworks it rebooted within 10 minutes, core temp shortly before was only 53'C. I have a 9800GT which I'll try, but looks like I wasted £30 on a crap PSU, should have gone for something better! We live and learn....
Yeah, sounds like your PSU may be the culprit. What make/model is it? I own 2 Corsair PSU's (HX850 and HX1000) and I can't rave enough about how great they are! They will be a little pricey, but, well worth the money spent in my opinion.
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Yeah, sounds like your PSU may be the culprit. What make/model is it? I own 2 Corsair PSU's (HX850 and HX1000) and I can't rave enough about how great they are! They will be a little pricey, but, well worth the money spent in my opinion.
It's a "Storm" PSU branded by scan.co.uk, it was less than £30 so you get what you pay for! Just to rule out the GPU I'll try the 9800GT later today, and order up an HX850 or 950 if there's still a problem. Cheers
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Is it worth watercooling this board with its built-in heat pipes? If so, can anyone recommend a good WC system specifically made for it?

Cheers,

Dave
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