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Lets get some more numbers up! I'm interested on how they handle the 6701/2684 wu's.
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post #62 of 359
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Originally Posted by louze001 View Post
Lets get some more numbers up! I'm interested on how they handle the 6701/2684 wu's.
i'm getting 15297ppd on the 6701 wu's. They are going to give me 6834points for it and the TPF is 6:26. This is only at 4ghz
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Well I got it tonight, messed with it for a few hours, and the conclusion is that the board is bad =X

From the beginning it would never boot twice in a row even at default settings. So it shall go back, and I will get the same board as digi. Although I did love the colors of the giga.
That sucks to hear you got a bad board Lutro. Hope your new one works well for you.

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yeah the asus boards seem to be the best right now. I'm rocking the Evo on 1 i7 build and i like it a lot more than the MSI board I just got.

Also, I'm getting 15297.4 ppd on P6701 work units @ 4ghz. on a 6834 pointer. it seems to be chugging along nicely.
Yeah those 6701's are pretty rough. Might as well add a screenshot and add it to the db still, good to have as many different projects listed.
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Edited by AMD SLI guru - 1/11/11 at 8:14pm
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Somehow (massive searching for a beta bios and multiple flashes) I was able to get it up and running at 4.9 with 1.44v on load. Feels like a but much though, board still needs replacing lol
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which board did you get? a gigabyte correct?

it seems you MUST flash your bios before you do any overclocking with these i7's
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Yea a GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD5 The update had the PLL overvoltage option wich seemed to make the world of difference. Couldnt even get it to boot at 4.6 barely before. Does 1.44v seem like alot of voltage or am I just paranoid.
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Yea a GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD5 The update had the PLL overvoltage option wich seemed to make the world of difference. Couldnt even get it to boot at 4.6 barely before. Does 1.44v seem like alot of voltage or am I just paranoid.
it is a bit... but if your keeping it cool then i don't see a problem with it at all. what are your temps?
post #69 of 359
67c steady. Can be colder if I open a window lol
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Yea a GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD5 The update had the PLL overvoltage option wich seemed to make the world of difference. Couldnt even get it to boot at 4.6 barely before. Does 1.44v seem like alot of voltage or am I just paranoid.
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67c steady. Can be colder if I open a window lol
Sounds a bit high.. I'm not sure if I'm ready to run mine that high 24/7. Your temps are looking great tho!
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