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^^^Have you tried starting Linx with All memory selected, letting it run for a minute or two, then stopping it and seeing how much free memory is available? I usually will end up with 5200-5400MB memory free after running Linx a minute or two. Sometimes I have to do it twice. But at least then you aren't dealing with safe mode and have full monitoring capabilities.
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Hey guys, I getting jealous of your C7D's! Guess I should start pushing my C8D's and see just how far they go. Not sure if they can do the 1.5v though, I'll have to play around and report back. Nice job tho!
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I'm thinking these chips are binned higher than the C8D's, most likely they are the same chips that are being used in the higher rated G.skill trident 2000 9-9-9 rated stuff that can also do 1600 at 6-7-6. This is all speculation on my part but based upon what I've seen firsthand, these can hang at 6-7-6 at 1600 and they can at least boot at 9-9-9 2000. So, ekovalsky and I may be taking a trip to 2000 memory soon enough. But first I want to make sure they can hang at 6-7-6 1600
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mine boots at 6-7-6-18 CR1 1.6v im at it right now going to play some GTA4
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Mine passes hyperpi32M x 8 at 6-7-6-18 CR1 with 1.25v QPI and 1.5v DRAM but it fails out of Linx giving me a "the system has encountered an uncorrectable error and must shut down" BSOD, which almost always means QPI for me, so need to retest with some different RTL's and possibly a bump in QPI. Its just a matter of finding the right combination at this point. Might need the bump in QPI and maybe DRAM, but so far nothing has given me any indication that the DRAM voltage is low, even at 1.5v.
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hello guys can someone tell me how the motherboard auto fan speed controller works when you plug in the 3pin connectors from the fan into the mb? I know with the standard molex cables supposely there is 5v and 7v and 12v options by changing wiring. I know the mb throttles the speed of the rpm by the core temps does anyone know if the mb sends like voltages in like incremenets of 1 like 5,6,7,8,9 etc.. or is it like the same standard 5v then 7v and 12v option? im just asking because I plan to buy a higher speed rpm fan the gentle tyhpoon 1850rpm fan instead of the 1450 model because everyone says it's better and with the faster rpm fan ill have more option and room incase i ever do need a faster increase in rpm.

thanks for the help guys im newb to this stuff.
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guys post some photos of your builds here also we want some eye candy
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hello guys can someone tell me how the motherboard auto fan speed controller works when you plug in the 3pin connectors from the fan into the mb? I know with the standard molex cables supposely there is 5v and 7v and 12v options by changing wiring. I know the mb throttles the speed of the rpm by the core temps does anyone know if the mb sends like voltages in like incremenets of 1 like 5,6,7,8,9 etc.. or is it like the same standard 5v then 7v and 12v option? im just asking because I plan to buy a higher speed rpm fan the gentle tyhpoon 1850rpm fan instead of the 1450 model because everyone says it's better and with the faster rpm fan ill have more option and room incase i ever do need a faster increase in rpm.

thanks for the help guys im newb to this stuff.
Okay, so with this motherboard, there are a few options to play with regarding Fan Control.

CPU Q-Fan Control
Disabled - Runs the fan at 100%
Standard - Makes the CPU fan automatically adjust depending on the CPU temperature.
Silent - Minimizes the fan speed for quiet CPU fan operation
Turbo - Achieves maximum CPU fan speed. (Although, I've noticed this didn't seem to truly set it to "max" aka 100%, seemed more like ~90%?)

Chassis Q-Fan Control
Disabled - Runs the fan at 100%
Standard - Makes the chassis fan automatically adjust depending on the chassis temperature.
Silent - Minimizes the fan speed for quiet chassis fan operation
Turbo - Achieves maximum chassis fan speed. (Although, I've noticed this didn't seem to truly set it to "max" aka 100%, seemed more like ~90%?)

For the built-in hardware monitor, it automatically detects the voltage output through the onboard voltage regulators, at 3 levels. 3.3V, 5V and 12V. Alternatively, you can select "Ignored" if you dont want it to detect this.

So to swing back around to your question, I think the best thing for you to do is get a 3-pin Fan Y-Splitter and hook that up to CPU_FAN header on the motherboard so you can control both of your GT 1850's on the radiator, and set it to "Standard" so that they can run at the higher speeds when it detects the CPU getting hotter. Also note, that with the H50, the pump needs to be connected to one of the chassis headers and set to "disabled" so that it runs at 100% (this is a must!)

That said, I run my GT 1850's at 100% 24/7 (because I'm also using a high OC) and they are not loud at all, you may want to consider just keeping them at 100% as well instead of auto adjusting based on CPU temps.
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Alternatively, if you're like me and like to hide as many wires as possible, you can use a 3 pin to molex converter and run it behind your mobo tray, then turn off the fan monitoring period in BIOS
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how do you setup RAID ??

i never done it and its pissing me off lmao


Edit: need help on loading the drivers, i can RAID them but cant load the drivers on W7 install
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