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post #391 of 506
think i mentioned it... however it's one 5770 vapor-x and one 5770 flex, both by sapphire, same mem clocks, gpu clocks have a 10 mhz gap betweeen each other, so i "overclocked" the flex by 10 mhz to match the vapor-x clock, worked fine for about 2 weeks, then it started randomly crashes and BSODs... now i just flashed a modbios on the flex one, so that it has the exact same clock speeds as the vapor-x in all the powerplay states, and it seems to work fine... let's see if i'm lucky
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post #392 of 506
this is mine
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post #393 of 506
I guess I should have mentioned that it was an XFX, but I don't think it is brand specific. The most plausible explanation was the memory clocks were too low?? Also I. Had the same XFX card as my friend a couple years back and it never had the problems. The problems presented as crashes without BSOD, BSOD, and grey screens. I saw all three types on my friends machine. Backup your BIOS and flash each card one at a time with testing before you move onto the second one. Watch your temps and stress an individual card before moving onto the next one. If this turns out not to be your problem then you will probably be getting a boost of speed anyway.
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post #394 of 506
seems like it's working, only issue left is on everest i have the AUX temperature that goes from 92°C to over 100°C, what is it supposed to measure?
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post #395 of 506
Quote:
Originally Posted by PrimeSLP View Post
has anyone gotten a 550 BE unlocked to a 3rd core with the 890FXA

I get a fatal error everytime I try

HELP me other owners
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post #396 of 506
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Originally Posted by otaku_ex View Post
a friend of mine is running 4 sticks CL8 CR 1T, he has a 1055 @3.8 1.4v. Using a crosshair of course.

The problem here is lack of support, msi should be better than foxconn in this matter.
Also there is big Vdroop here, cpu-z shows always much lower voltage in cpu.
you have to change both cpu voltage settings in the bios for it to work, i can't remember what they're called off the top of my head. otherwise you're just giving the cpu stock voltage
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post #397 of 506
Can I join this group thanks a lot.....
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post #398 of 506
Anyone else have the 890GXM-G65?

It's really messed up. I can't overclock RAM and I can't unlock my CPU. When I try it'll boot up and all but then it'll stop at the info screen telling me to "reset to defaults"

I have BIOS 1.7
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post #399 of 506
Hey fellow MSI 890FXA-GD70 Owners,

I'm new to the site and I am not sure if I am posting in the correct section of the forum but here goes:

I am having some problems with trying to get my PC to boot after purchasing an additional 4 GB of Patriot Sector 5 PVV34G2500C9K (2500 Mhz) ram.

My system originally had 4GB of the Patriot Sector 5 PVV34G2500C9K ram (2500Mhz) and I recently purchased another 4GB of the PVV34G2500C9K ram (for a total of 8GB of ram) and have installed it but I am not able to get my system to boot / post.

The motherboard (MSI 890FXA-GD70) has a Debug LED Panel (as you already know) that displays FF when I have all 4 memory banks filled.

I verified that the new ram is functional by removing the original 4 GB and placing the new 4 GB kit in it's place and the system booted up fine.

I then placed all 8 GB back into the memory slots and attempted to boot up again with no luck. The Debug LED Panel again is displaying FF.

Any help that you could provide would be greatly appreciated.

System Configuration:

Motherboard: MSI 890FXA-GD70
OS: Windows 7 64bit Professional
Video Card: XFX ATI 5770 XXX Edition
CPU: AMD Phenom X6 1090T Black Edition
Power Supply: CORSAIR HX Series CMPSU-850HX 850W
RAM: 4 / 8 GB of Patriot Sector 5 PVV34G2500C9K DDR3 PC20000 (2500 Mhz)
Hard Drives: 2 OCZ Vertex 2 60GB SSS (RAID 0)
Hard Drives: 4 Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB drives (RAID 5)
Optical Drive: Pioneer BDR-206
post #400 of 506
does anyone know if this board is compatible with sli hack?
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