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Ok I'm better now! Just booted 240x10 with same vcore 1.37!!! So far LDT voltage is 1.3, chipset is 1.6, memory is 2.7 which I could probably lower to 2.6 since its rated to run 250mhz with 2.6 I'll post more results!

EDIT/// Booted 250x10 @ 1.392 vcore! LDT now 1.4, chipset at 1.7 feeling better......

nice work
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Originally Posted by lonnie5000
Ok I'm better now! Just booted 240x10 with same vcore 1.37!!! So far LDT voltage is 1.3, chipset is 1.6, memory is 2.7 which I could probably lower to 2.6 since its rated to run 250mhz with 2.6 I'll post more results!

EDIT/// Booted 250x10 @ 1.392 vcore! LDT now 1.4, chipset at 1.7 feeling better......
It is amazing what those orange slots will do.
Makes you wonder why DFI's engineers used that stupid yellow plastic.

So it seems that you are enjoying your DFI purchase?
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It is amazing what those orange slots will do.
Makes you wonder why DFI's engineers used that stupid yellow plastic.

So it seems that you are enjoying your DFI purchase?
Weird how the yellow suck a$$ and the orange ones rock! lol. I switched them and everything got better. I have now flashed my bios to 623-3 and its even better. Priming 250x10 for about an hour now to make sure its at least a little stable before moving on up.

The DFI board is growing on me now! LOL.
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Yeah, once you get to know the DFI's, they become amazing.
I am sure that 90% of all the bad reviews for the DFI boards come from some improper form of setup. I mean, they do require much more tweaking to get stable, but once you learn how to handle them, they purr like panthers.
Lets see you break 3.0, I am sure it is not very far off.
Whatever you do, just don't forget to change your HTT multiplier.
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The LDT voltage is for the memory controler!
    
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Originally Posted by Sun View Post
Yeah, once you get to know the DFI's, they become amazing.
I am sure that 90% of all the bad reviews for the DFI boards come from some improper form of setup. I mean, they do require much more tweaking to get stable, but once you learn how to handle them, they purr like panthers.
Lets see you break 3.0, I am sure it is not very far off.
Whatever you do, just don't forget to change your HTT multiplier.
I read DFI Club and St. alot and they say the auto setting for HTT works fine up to 600 MHz
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