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I've had this board for a week now, and today.... BAM! Finally 4ghz stable 12 hours Prime95 blend test

FSB = 250
MULTI = 16
CPU = 4000 mhz @ 1.48v - 1.51v max (offset 0.18v) LLC 100%
CPU/NB = 2600 mhz @ 1.32v (offset 0.159v) LLC 100%
RAM = 1333 mhz 7-7-7-21-27-1T FSB/DRAM 3:8 @ 1.68V
HT = 2000 mhz (AUTO)
NB = 1.25V
SB = 1.20V
TEMPS = 21c ambient; Core Temps 19c idle - 48c max; CPU Temps 29c idle - 63c max: 12hours Prime95 blend test

24/7 settings: C&Q and C1E enabled - 17c idle

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*I had no idea C&Q auto disables past x18.5 multiplier. Stumped me for awhile there. But all is good now, and will be bumping up CPU/NB to 3000mhz soon
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hi peepz, i recently uninstalled lucid hydralogix off my pc.when i try to install drivers via disc/web it says cannot install till i uninstall previous version would i like to uninstall i say yes it comes back with canot uninstall as files dont exist,and from there i cant install my lucid drivers tryed typing in to search bar anything to do with lucid and hydra and deleting them but still no joy can any one suggest a solution please
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post #7733 of 13131
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4 Seagate ST3160813AS 160GB SATA II in raid 0
Is this as good as it looks eclipseaudio4 ?
What would 6 new SATAIII wd look like ?

Seagate has new SATA III hard drives
What would 4 of these run like in raid 0
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822148698
**** $35 each ****
Thats actually kinda low for four drives but that is due to the drives themselves. With four of my drives I would be @ 400MB/s

6 Sata III WD drives(if blacks) should be ~ 600Mb/s and I would grab the SATA II drives cause they are cheaper and still would not be maxing out the lane.

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hi peepz, i recently uninstalled lucid hydralogix off my pc.when i try to install drivers via disc/web it says cannot install till i uninstall previous version would i like to uninstall i say yes it comes back with canot uninstall as files dont exist,and from there i cant install my lucid drivers tryed typing in to search bar anything to do with lucid and hydra and deleting them but still no joy can any one suggest a solution please
How did you uninstall? did you use lucids uninstaller or go through the control panel?

You could try going into safe mode and trying to uninstall again then reboot back into safe mode use CCleaner and that should take care of it.
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and we all know that when using air @ X degrees to cool something that produces heat that something will NEVER be able to be below X degrees without some sort of active cooling.
how do you explain my house fans cooling the hot air inside my living room then? i can actually feel the fresh air...and if i check the thermometer, the temps actually decrease...
Same happens with the case, if you force the air to keep flowing non-stop, it will actually cool down....

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No! but you can hook it up to a laptop, see page 1-1;3-29; 4-26,27 in the formula manual
I see.. Guess i'll stick to CIIIF till Dozers are out, and get a preview of CVF maybe..xD
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how do you explain my house fans cooling the hot air inside my living room then? i can actually feel the fresh air...and if i check the thermometer, the temps actually decrease...
Same happens with the case, if you force the air to keep flowing non-stop, it will actually cool down....
Ok the house fans work because in a given space you have a hot zone and a cold zone. For instance In my den the celing sits@~80* while the floor sits at ~60* and my thermostat reads~74* because of it's higher then even placement on the wall. Heat rises and cold drops. With the fans they are forcing the air to mix and equalize. The other thing is "feel" you also have to take into account dewpoint and humidity. A higher humidity level will cause it to "feel" hotter then it actually is the problem is that it is not actually any hotter. On the flip side think of windchill. The temperature is 60* but the wind is blowing @ 20MPH causing the windchill to be 40* due to factors of humidity and the dewpoint. The human body and actual temps do not mix this is because we sweat and "feel". 90* in MI feels nothing like 90* in Fl this is because of humidity and the evaporation of sweat.

As far as a computer case, yes and no. If you force the maximum amount of air you can through the case (limited by fans and overall case design) the air in the case will cool down but it will not be any colder then the air it is sucking in because the case does not sweat and there for the things that hold true for windchill and heat index's do not have an effect on it.

It is a very hard concept and one that I do not true know everything about but one thing I know for sure is that if you have a heat source and are cooling it with air(water cooling uses air as well) it will not be able to be cooler then the temperature of the air you are using to cool it.
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post #7736 of 13131
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Ok the house fans work because in a given space you have a hot zone and a cold zone. For instance In my den the celing sits@~80* while the floor sits at ~60* and my thermostat reads~74* because of it's higher then even placement on the wall. Heat rises and cold drops. With the fans they are forcing the air to mix and equalize. The other thing is "feel" you also have to take into account dewpoint and humidity. A higher humidity level will cause it to "feel" hotter then it actually is the problem is that it is not actually any hotter. On the flip side think of windchill. The temperature is 60* but the wind is blowing @ 20MPH causing the windchill to be 40* due to factors of humidity and the dewpoint. The human body and actual temps do not mix this is because we sweat and "feel". 90* in MI feels nothing like 90* in Fl this is because of humidity and the evaporation of sweat.

As far as a computer case, yes and no. If you force the maximum amount of air you can through the case (limited by fans and overall case design) the air in the case will cool down but it will not be any colder then the air it is sucking in because the case does not sweat and there for the things that hold true for windchill and heat index's do not have an effect on it.

It is a very hard concept and one that I do not true know everything about but one thing I know for sure is that if you have a heat source and are cooling it with air(water cooling uses air as well) it will not be able to be cooler then the temperature of the air you are using to cool it.
Nice info. - My next mother board must have sweat glands.
    
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Gratz on reaching 4Ghz. Only concern I have is that 63*C you report on load. Don't want to see that at all. 62*C max... most ppl will tell you to shoot for about 55*C max if possible.

You should be able to reach 4Ghz. with lower voltage though and I think this is where that "extra heat" is coming from. Have you tried reaching 4Ghz. by leaving the FSB at stock and just playing with the multiplier? I have 4.013 Ghz. @ 1.38V max. FSB=200, Mult. @ 20x obviously. Save your setting and give it a try. I think you will be pleasantly surprised.

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I've had this board for a week now, and today.... BAM! Finally 4ghz stable 12 hours Prime95 blend test

FSB = 250
MULTI = 16
CPU = 4000 mhz @ 1.48v - 1.51v max (offset 0.18v) LLC 100%
CPU/NB = 2600 mhz @ 1.32v (offset 0.159v) LLC 100%
RAM = 1333 mhz 7-7-7-21-27-1T FSB/DRAM 3:8 @ 1.68V
HT = 2000 mhz (AUTO)
NB = 1.25V
SB = 1.20V
TEMPS = 21c ambient; Core Temps 19c idle - 48c max; CPU Temps 29c idle - 63c max: 12hours Prime95 blend test

24/7 settings: C&Q and C1E enabled - 17c idle

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-ASUS Crosshair IV Formula
-Noctua NH-D14 (front fan 120mm CM BladeMaster-middle fan 120mm Scythe
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-Kingston HyperX 2x4gb 1333mhz 7-7-7-21 @ 1.65v

*I had no idea C&Q auto disables past x18.5 multiplier. Stumped me for awhile there. But all is good now, and will be bumping up CPU/NB to 3000mhz soon
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I see.. Guess i'll stick to CIIIF till Dozers are out, and get a preview of CVF maybe..xD
The ASUS Crosshair V Formula should be out soon . I can hardly wait!
    
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The ASUS Crosshair V Formula should be out soon . I can hardly wait!
depending on how good bulldozer is that may be my next motherboard. I will never retire this one but I may end up going intel.... IKR I know I will be waiting for Ivy bridge's release before I build a new system but I am hoping bulldozer crushes it! Either way the next system I build will be using an Asus ROG Extreme board for sure!
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I realized that my Core Unlocker was on. Apparently Formula comes with it enabled. So I had to go into the BIOS on Start up this morning and disable it. So with that I ran two settings up.

Multiplier @ 20

Voltage up from 140 to 145. Ran 4 windows, AMD Overdrive, RoG CPU-Z my AVG, SB S&D PC Probe II CCC and steam.

Scored an 89** in the Overdrive Benchmark and wanted to post a screen shot. Soon as I opened Paint...

Well this time I got the BSoD. Memory dump.

So I'm thinking that I need to reset my clocks, do the deed with the CPU(maybe up the voltage a bit higher) and then once everything is stable tighten my timings in the BIOS again. Voltage on the RAM should +/- with timing tweaks?

I really need to find that Crosshair IV Formula OC'ing for Dummies manual. lol

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