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post #31 of 60
Well because you are supposed to install your INF drivers before everything else.
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post #32 of 60
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Well because you are supposed to install your INF drivers before everything else.
Yep. Lots to learn. I am reinstalling already and installing those 1st. Thanks for everything.
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post #33 of 60
no problem, if you wanna learn hw to OC the thing review and oc guide in my signature.
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post #34 of 60
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I've already browsed it and it is outstanding. Thanks for it. I will be using it for sure. I tried a quick OC of 4.5 at 1.37v and it passed a 5 run Intel Burn but a few minutes later it crashed. Temps were really good and were mostly under 50 at load. It is cold in my room and I have good cooling. I may have to increase the CPU v or some of the others you mention.
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post #35 of 60
warm up the CPU and it wont crash.
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post #36 of 60
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So I should gradually warm it up with other programs before Intel Burn. How would you suggest warming it up. I am serious though that it is around 60 degrees in my room right now. Maybe less.
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post #37 of 60
yea the temperature is the problem in many cases, just don't let it get so cold.
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post #38 of 60
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I want it to be stable though no matter what temp in my house or how I use the computer so I will have to find a stable OC even if it means a little less. I may risk slightly more volts than the 1.375 many are talking about. Maybe I will go up to 1.4 and see where that gets me. Unless, of course, I hear of other people's bad news with their chips.
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post #39 of 60
listen man, these chips can run 1.5v for years. one site posted those shenanigans to get people to go visit their site, you want to see a reaction, the proper reaction to it? look here:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=264896

1/2 the people who posted work for motherboard companies with high up jobs(not technicians).
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post #40 of 60
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That is very interesting. Right now though I just want to get started. I installed Norton Ghost 15.0. I have never had a problem with Ghost and I tried 3 times to create an image and it crashed. I tried a different hard drive in case it was the new 3TB but it still crashed. So I am back to square 1 reinstalling W7 and this time I will use the drivers on the Gigabyte CD instead of the ones from their site. Maybe there is a conflict. I really need Ghost to work. If this doesn't work I will try True Image.
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