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post #1711 of 2630
Well haven't you gone through a count of chips because they've been RMA'd at one point or another?

Anyway,
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can some one explain this

DIMM Voltage, VDimm, DRAM Voltage
Default: 1.5V, Intel's max 1.65v
DIMM Voltage applies to your RAM. Despite Intel's warnings, you can raise voltage beyond 1.65 as long as it is always within 0.5V of VTT.

They mean that VTT has to be less or more than 0.5v on the ram?

The payload will have to be set as the amount of ram ur GPU has or what?
an the BSOD is 101 which i cant remember if its for vcore or some else


Also guys there is a new bios which is 64 for the x58 3x sli and the rest of the boards, and it was out by 05/11/2010
Edited by azcrazy - 5/18/10 at 8:33pm
post #1713 of 2630
I can't remember who had the problem with their vcore spiking? Sound like this guy had the same problem.
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Originally Posted by triallen View Post
I can't remember who had the problem with their vcore spiking? Sound like this guy had the same problem.
That would be me. 1.66v vcore with a E758

http://www.evga.com/FORUMS/tm.aspx?m=265912
Edited by Bodycount - 5/18/10 at 8:54pm
post #1715 of 2630
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Originally Posted by azcrazy View Post
can some one explain this

DIMM Voltage, VDimm, DRAM Voltage
Default: 1.5V, Intel's max 1.65v
DIMM Voltage applies to your RAM. Despite Intel's warnings, you can raise voltage beyond 1.65 as long as it is always within 0.5V of VTT.

They mean that VTT has to be less or more than 0.5v on the ram?
Under most circumstances, you shouldn't need to raise your DIMM Voltage north of 1.65V. The CPU VTT Voltage should be within 0.5V LESS than the DIMM Voltage.

Quote:
Originally Posted by azcrazy View Post
an the BSOD is 101 which i cant remember if its for vcore or some else
Error 101 means that you should bump up the CPU VCore.

Quote:
Originally Posted by azcrazy View Post
The payload will have to be set as the amount of ram ur GPU has or what?
Here's a good explanation about maximum payload size...

http://www.techarp.com/showFreeBOG.a...ng=0&bogno=385
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Under most circumstances, you shouldn't need to raise your DIMM Voltage north of 1.65V. The CPU VTT Voltage should be within 0.5V LESS than the DIMM Voltage.



Error 101 means that you should bump up the CPU VCore.



Here's a good explanation about maximum payload size...

http://www.techarp.com/showFreeBOG.a...ng=0&bogno=385
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got it thanks
post #1717 of 2630
Anyone here ever used an eSata drive with the X58 LE? I aam able to just simply plug the esata header into a regular sata port and then hook up my external drive to the header(would rather not use USB as its so slow)
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Anyone here ever used an eSata drive with the X58 LE? I aam able to just simply plug the esata header into a regular sata port and then hook up my external drive to the header(would rather not use USB as its so slow)
Should be good yes. Don't forget there was an included PCI bracket that gave you eSATA hookups - don't eSATA require those power connectors as well?
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Batch# 3943A523
VID: 1.270



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CPU ( 920 ) | Stepping (D0) | Batch ( 3943A523 )
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CPU Host Frequency (Mhz) ( ( 201 )
MCH Strap ( Auto )
CPU Uncore Frequency (Mhz) ( auto)
CPU Clock Skew ( 0 ps )
Spread Spectrum ( Disabled )
PCIE Frequency (Mhz) ( 100 )


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tCL Setting ( 9 )
tRCD Setting ( 9 )
tRP Setting ( 9 )
tRAS Setting ( 24 )
tRFC Setting ( 88 )
Command Rate ( 1t )


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Should be good yes. Don't forget there was an included PCI bracket that gave you eSATA hookups - don't eSATA require those power connectors as well?
Ya you need the esata power as well, im using an esata external with its own power and it works very well.
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