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http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=161535
I used the CD/DVD method described in that post. Just make sure you have everything set to stock before you flash.
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Evga forums has a post on how to do it with usb drive that's how I did mine yesterday.
    
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I used the CD/DVD method described in that post. Just make sure you have everything set to stock before you flash.
BRILLIANT my computer is now stable at 3.5GHz (So far) with no video lag what so ever. Now my only question is why its registering my 3Channel Ram as 2 Channel in both CPU-Z and EVGA E-LEET???
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So running Prime now. She's running at 175x21, and crashes anything past that always with a memory error, even at 2:8. However, she's always run very well fo me at 2:10, even now at 1800 mhz on the RAM. Temps are staying below 75. Have yet to see any of the stop codes linked, the error given are always memory related. I know the RAM is good, just cleaned and reseated everything the other day and ran basic hardware diags overnight afterwards to be sure everything was in order. It wasn't GREAT ram, is just basic G.skill 1600 not the really advanced stuff :/ Just hoping that isn't gonna hold me back.

Edit: Also, you did say the individual temps of the cores is what matters, not general CPU temp? A 1283 is a dark knight sans the aesthetic designs if I remember right, but everyone else always seems to have lower temps then I do on similar hardware and speeds.
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BRILLIANT my computer is now stable at 3.5GHz (So far) with no video lag what so ever. Now my only question is why its registering my 3Channel Ram as 2 Channel in both CPU-Z and EVGA E-LEET???
I don't know..
Might try taking your ram out and installing it again. See if that does anything. I've never had that happen before.

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So running Prime now. She's running at 175x21, and crashes anything past that always with a memory error, even at 2:8. However, she's always run very well fo me at 2:10, even now at 1800 mhz on the RAM. Temps are staying below 75. Have yet to see any of the stop codes linked, the error given are always memory related. I know the RAM is good, just cleaned and reseated everything the other day and ran basic hardware diags overnight afterwards to be sure everything was in order. It wasn't GREAT ram, is just basic G.skill 1600 not the really advanced stuff :/ Just hoping that isn't gonna hold me back.

Edit: Also, you did say the individual temps of the cores is what matters, not general CPU temp? A 1283 is a dark knight sans the aesthetic designs if I remember right, but everyone else always seems to have lower temps then I do on similar hardware and speeds.
Yes, you want to look at the individual core temps. Those are what you want to be no higher then ~85c. Some run higher but I believe the common standard for most people is lower 80's.
And it seems most high end air coolers at 4.2Ghz+ are getting around mid 70's or so. The S1283 is a capable cooler, but it sure isn't a Ven-X or Mega.
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Think I found my stable 4.1 clock (dont really care to go much higher) I have been using intel burn test for 2 hours now. Going to run it overnight and then ill post my bios. Then its folding time !
    
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Ok. 3.7 comfortable temp and stable. Ram.... is running insanely high clock speed. CL is at 9, but they're clocked at 1750. o.0
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Ok. 3.7 comfortable temp and stable. Ram.... is running insanely high clock speed. CL is at 9, but they're clocked at 1750. o.0
set the ram lower clock, and tighten the timings if need be... the sli le is picky in ram, at least mine.
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Well thing is, obviously pumping the core clock is gonna set ram too high. But unless I can set the CPU alot higher, ram will be rather low compared to rated spec. And she crashes at any higher CPU speeds.
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