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Yeah My SSD has under supported features : S.M.A.R.T. 48bit LBA APM (then it has AAM but its not highlighted) NCQ TRIM. I have no idea what any of these are but the Smart and TRIM but I am gonna google to find out unless you have the short version in easy to figure out terms.

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Yes it is the supported features. You should see SMART, 4Bit LBA, NCQ & Trim.
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While on SSD; what happens if there is a power failure or sudden system stop? I had one hiccup where: after exiting Express Gate, My system could not find the boot drive which is the SSD. I powered down, then booted up into bios looked through the boot order & couldn't find the SSD (I was playing with a slight OC) I reset everything then, it detected the SSD after backing off the OC.

Would bumping up the Multiplier do that or was it something else I did?
I had it up to 3.5mhz with the stock voltages & XMP set to 1600mhz with everything else on auto.


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I had an issue like that myself. Just remember that if all else fails you always have the reset CMOS button on the back of the case to set everything back to default settings. Make sure that you save your settings so that if you have to do that, you don't have to start all over again. Is your SSD a SATA III SSD? If so is it connected to the SATA III ports on the Motherboard? If it's not a SATA III drive then make sure to put it on the SATA II ports (but make sure that if you have multiple SATA drives that you have the boot drive in the SATA II slot 1 and then the secondary drive in SATA II port 2 and so on so that you don't have any conflicts from that because the BIOS reads those first.

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While on SSD; what happens if there is a power failure or sudden system stop? I had one hiccup where: after exiting Express Gate, My system could not find the boot drive which is the SSD. I powered down, then booted up into bios looked through the boot order & couldn't find the SSD (I was playing with a slight OC) I reset everything then, it detected the SSD after backing off the OC.

Edit: I don't think that it was the bumping of the multiplier that did it. It was more likely that it was due to the power loss.

Would bumping up the Multiplier do that or was it something else I did?
I had it up to 3.5mhz with the stock voltages & XMP set to 1600mhz with everything else on auto.


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So I've run into a bit of a wall. I've gotten a stable 4.2ghz OC with no HT and now I am trying to get a stable 4.0ghz with HT.

The below settings pass 20 passes in LinX with 25k problem size; however, I've been running prime95 and I am getting rounding errors one one core randomly anywhere between 15min-3 hours in. The settings I am using in prime is I click custom then I just change the memory to use to 4800MB.

I've tried raising the cpu voltage to 1.26250 and it didn't change anything and was approaching the point of too much heat. I tried changing the memory to 1456mhz and that also did not change anything which leads me to believe it's the cpu and not the mem. I've tried raising the QPI voltage to 1.3ish but this also seemed like it had no effect and if I drop it any lower than 1.27500 I get BSOD 124 errors. I know many will say to try using the 21 multiplier but if I do it ends up getting the cpu too hot and I can't keep the mem speeds.

Currently I'm testing with the IOH voltage dropped to 1.12v from 1.14 since I've heard that in some weird cases the lower voltage improves the stability. 1.10v causes BSOD same with ICH voltage 1.10v will cause BSOD.

If I still get the random rounding errors after this I think I will try bumping up CPU PLL voltage a little, but at this point I'm just guessing.

Any suggestions?


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Nice chip ! 1.23125v would be a very low voltage for me @4.0.

Take the uncore out of the equation for a minute. Just to get your cpu voltage set. Drop the mem. multiplier to x6 UCLK to x2 memory frequency and loosen your timings.

Try bumping CPU PLL voltage to 1.84 or 1.88.

Try bumping CPU Differential Amplitude to 900mV or 1000mV
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Between the new RAM not working and your earlier posts http://www.overclock.net/10259703-post2914.html I'm really thinking it is the DRAM slot itself that is the problem. Either something else on the board is causing it to bend, the slot in and of itself is warped or the contacts within are bad. IDK

You didn't happen to end up with any extra standoffs when you installed the board did you ?
Hey Sizzle you'd be happy to know I've swapped a pair of sticks around, and so far no problem. I've done no oc setups until this thing sorted itself out, and it's been about a week after I took two sticks and swapped positions and it seems to be going OK. I'll be re-doing my oc over the weekend.

Also I don't *think* my mega is bending the board. Everything feels ok--I've put plenty a pc together, and nothing seems out of the ordinary atm.

Ideally tho I will probably upgrade to a 3X4ghz kit in the near future.
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I am happy for you phillydee. Glad you got it sorted out.
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Hi all!

I have a concern about my dram voltage. I have Kingston HyperX 6gb, KHX1600C9D3K3/6GX. In my bios I had set it to use XMP, and it seemed to have set everything correctly, except its dram voltage is at 1.66v. The ram specs states its voltage is 1.65v, and the bios is telling me anything higher than 1.65v can damage my CPU memory controller, my processor is a Core i7 980X. I got my motherboard, ram, and processor back on May 28th, 2010, and everything has ran stable since, but am I slowly damaging my processor? I tried setting it down to 1.65v, but the bios only lets me change values as even numbers, I.E, 1.62,1.64,1.66, I can't seem to be able to set it to 1.65, or any odd value like 1.61,1.63.

I tried upgrading to the newest bios, and I was able to set it to 1.65, but I had a really weird issue with my motherboard making a 56k dial tone type noise emitting from it so I went back to the stock bios of 0108 and that issue went away....
Edited by muffins - 8/26/10 at 1:05pm
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1.66 shouldn't be an issue. Many people use that, especially if they're overclocking the processor. If you don't feel comfortable, do 1.64 and use 1.66 only if you have stability issues.
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1.66 shouldn't be an issue. Many people use that, especially if they're overclocking the processor. If you don't feel comfortable, do 1.64 and use 1.66 only if you have stability issues.
Ah, that's good to know my processor or ram wont randomly explode lol, thank you

Though, I do have on more concern. I kinda talked about it my first post, but I am really curious at what could be causing it.. This only happens with the 0303 bios version, which is the newest one. When Windows starts to boot up, my motherboard starts to make a weird noise. It kinda sounds like you can hear the electricity on my motherboard, and when something cpu intensive starts up, like moving my mouse, or loading up a game, it gets really loud and kinda sounds like a 56k modem. With 0108 bios version, it doesn't do this at all, its completely silent. I just tried upgrading to 0303 again today to see if it would work, but it started up the noise again. Downgraded back to 0108, and it works perfectly fine, no noise at all.
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