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post #1411 of 2630
My new experiment with a 19x multi.

I think i like it better as lower multis allow for lower volts.

My temps seem more managable in linx so its going to be a much much better folder.

Plus i was able to OC the dominators a little



Edited by Bodycount - 4/25/10 at 10:27pm

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I can feel I have to install Windows for this to go anywhere. Just changing a single setting takes at least 30 seconds before I'm back in the BIOS again. That E-LEET utility looks really handy.
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Spreadsheet updated

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Count me in, X58 SLI Micro here!
welcome to the club

please be so kind and fill out the spreadsheet form or send me your settings via pm and ill add you manually

thanks
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Desperate for a stable 4.0 on this 930 chip, I'm trying out a 19x multiplier as well.

(crosses fingers)
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Desperate for a stable 4.0 on this 930 chip, I'm trying out a 19x multiplier as well.

(crosses fingers)
Andy did you try the 201x20 yet?

Also find your 930 VID 1st and foremost

and go 1-2 notches up from there to try for 4.0Ghz

+75mV
You start at 1.1v with the E757
(1.1=+0mV) Classified starts at 1.2 "if i read all that right"


Edit:
Andy a 19x multi will require quite a high bclk (210 and up) for anything 4Ghz and up
Edited by Bodycount - 4/26/10 at 12:27am
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Andy did you try the 201x20 yet?

Also find your 930 VID 1st and foremost

and go 1-2 notches up from there to try for 4.0Ghz

+75mV
You start at 1.1v with the E757
(1.1=+0mV) Classified starts at 1.2 "if i read all that right"


Edit:
Andy a 19x multi will require quite a high bclk (210 and up) for anything 4Ghz and up
I started with 192 x 21. Haven't tried 201 x 20. I tried 211 x 19 and that didn't work either. I changed some other voltages last night (don't remember what I did, I took an Ambien and should have just went to bed) BUT the system passed 25 runs of LinX and 10 hours of Prime95. Whatever I changed seemed to do the trick...?

I was at about 1.3V under load last night. Before I left for work this morning, I took the voltage down a notch and I'm running around 1.285V under load. I have the thing running Prime right now, and I'll run LinX when I get home. If I can get to around 1.25V under load, I'll be content.

I'm also going to put those "bad" sticks of RAM back in and test to see if they are truly bad or not. Since everything has been so swirly, I'm wondering if the RAM is actually OK or not. It sure would be nice to save me the hassle of doing an RMA with NewEgg.
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I started with 192 x 21. Haven't tried 201 x 20. I tried 211 x 19 and that didn't work either. I changed some other voltages last night (don't remember what I did, I took an Ambien and should have just went to bed) BUT the system passed 25 runs of LinX and 10 hours of Prime95. Whatever I changed seemed to do the trick...?

I was at about 1.3V under load last night. Before I left for work this morning, I took the voltage down a notch and I'm running around 1.285V under load. I have the thing running Prime right now, and I'll run LinX when I get home. If I can get to around 1.25V under load, I'll be content.

I'm also going to put those "bad" sticks of RAM back in and test to see if they are truly bad or not. Since everything has been so swirly, I'm wondering if the RAM is actually OK or not. It sure would be nice to save me the hassle of doing an RMA with NewEgg.
Hopefully they are ok bro, RMA's suck

Sometimes something as small as ambient temps can be the difference between stability and no stability without changing any settings. This is very true for AMD systems. Intels as well but not as much as AMD
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Hopefully they are ok bro, RMA's suck

Sometimes something as small as ambient temps can be the difference between stability and no stability without changing any settings. This is very true for AMD systems. Intels as well but not as much as AMD
Yeah, I'm really hoping I don't have to deal with an RMA. I've never had to do a return through NewEgg before, but I've been seeing mixed stories here and there. I wish every online retailer had a return policy like Zappos.com, those guys put customer service up front and hands down, have the best return policy and process
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Yeah, I'm really hoping I don't have to deal with an RMA. I've never had to do a return through NewEgg before, but I've been seeing mixed stories here and there. I wish every online retailer had a return policy like Zappos.com, those guys put customer service up front and hands down, have the best return policy and process
newegg has not done me wrong once. i have ordered there since 2007 (when i moved to the usa). a total amount of 15.000+ dollars have been spent there for systems in that time.

just make sure you are nice to the people you talk to, and ask them politely to send you a prepaid label to your email address. i have yet to pay a single return shipment to them

good luck if you have to rma.
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Andy, have you tried running small fft in P95? If you can run that overnight but fail blended, I would guarantee you it's the RAM. That's what was happening to me with my OCZ Gold. I seriously tried close to a hundred different bios settings before I gave up. I could run multiple passes in memtest at 1600 without problem, but I soon as I tried to do a blend test it would crash within an hour or two. I ended RMA'ing the RAM and selling the new set.
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