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I just need some games to play now. GTA IV runs like a champ now and everything else I have is boring.
Tried fallout 3? Game is amazing and graphics are pretty intense.
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Never tried it before. I seen videos of gameplay and what not, but I felt like I would be uninterested.

Can't get 4.4 stable.. I raised voltages and pci-e clock and relaxed memory timings, but still nothing keeps bsoding on 1024k in prime.

I also don't know how high I can take my voltages either.
post #2083 of 2630
once you get into the game, it's amazing.

Try these settings.

Vcore - 1.3-1.35v at load
CPU VTT - 300+mV
CPU PLL - 1.8v
DIMM - 1.675v
DIM DQ - 0+mv
QPI PLL - 1.40 - you can try lowering to 1.35v
IOH Vcore - 1.40 - same as above
IOH/ICH/ I/O Voltage Auto (1.60)
ICH Vcore - 1.250 (IIRC)
PWM - 1067 - 800
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Can anyone please post a step-by-step guide on how to enable raid0 on this motherboard?
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post #2085 of 2630
Main Bios - Advanced Peripherals - SATA/PATA (2nd option) - Press enter on on the top option (it will say IDE) - when the pop up appears it'll show you some options just choose RAID.
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once you get into the game, it's amazing.

Try these settings.

Vcore - 1.3-1.35v at load
CPU VTT - 300+mV
CPU PLL - 1.8v
DIMM - 1.675v
DIM DQ - 0+mv
QPI PLL - 1.40 - you can try lowering to 1.35v
IOH Vcore - 1.40 - same as above
IOH/ICH/ I/O Voltage Auto (1.60)
ICH Vcore - 1.250 (IIRC)
PWM - 1067 - 800
Tried that last night and no go.

And now 4.2 isn't stable... One core failed at 28k FFT in under 4 hours.
post #2087 of 2630
Thanks, what is all this I hear about loading raid drivers b4 i install my os?
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Thanks, what is all this I hear about loading raid drivers b4 i install my os?
I never did such thing and I'm running a RAID 0 with no issues on Win 7.
post #2089 of 2630
Well thats good. got the info from this website http://www.pcworld.com/article/13287...n_your_pc.html

so then just set to raid in bios and im good to go?
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post #2090 of 2630
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Well thats good. got the info from this website http://www.pcworld.com/article/13287...n_your_pc.html

so then just set to raid in bios and im good to go?
No, that only enables it. You need to press control + i during boot when prompted to setup your raids.
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