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Originally Posted by B!0HaZard View Post
If I can do it safely, I'm planning to hook up a voltmeter to the Vcore checkpoint to see if CPU-Z is right.
Let us know how you make out. I was going to do this over the weekend, but I am completely MultiMeter illiterate. I have no idea how to set it up.

Thanks,

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If someone try:s that latest beta bios pls report if it fixes this horrible vcore fluctuation. Dunno what MSI engineeers are doing, surely not what they supposed as this is well known bug/issue and still not fixed in 1.10 official.

Im just gonna stick with my v1.8 till and if they hopefully manages to fix that. No point to change to new one atm when there is even worse overvolting at load
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post #993 of 1895
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I finally got my setup up and running. I'm still in the middle of installing software on this fresh Windows install. Are there anything I should be fiddling with? So far, all I did was set memory to XMP, multiplier to 50x, and voltage to 1.45V, and everything booted up perfectly without fault. I've only tested it with SuperPi 32M so far. I'll do some real stress test when I have time later into the night.
why so much voltage? try to stay under 1.375 for long term usage.

NM, I see you were just trying to hit 5.0...cheers.
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post #994 of 1895
I need to edit my stats...just move upto 5GHZ@1.416

http://hwbot.org/community/submissio...2500k_5000_mhz
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what kinda of temps are you getting? I haven't tried to mess w/ the bus speed yet. I just did the multiplier and volts
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post #996 of 1895
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Originally Posted by yergg View Post
Let us know how you make out. I was going to do this over the weekend, but I am completely MultiMeter illiterate. I have no idea how to set it up.

Thanks,

yergg
You just have to measure at the voltage checkpoints. The catch is that if you touch the wrong things, you'll fry something...
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I read earlier in this thread about BIOS failure and MBs being bricked. I ran into this "bios failure" sequence the other day and it seems only to be RAM related. I was testing the limits of my set and went too high, BOOM bios light flash 1/sec meaning Main bios failed. Not trying to get the latter, I quickly cleared the CMOS and rebooted. Issue still existed, I read a post on a forum somewhere where a guy had been on his 3rd board and given up(he was using 1.8 BIOS) and said the board was bricked. He did mention that he removed the RAM and put it in another machine and booted fine. He also put new RAM on the board and it POSTED but the lights remained flashing. With this in mind I recommend this sequence which remedied my problem rather quickly.

1) Disconnect power to the PSU
2) Press reset several times to clear any charge left on the caps
3) Set CMOS jumper to CLEAR position
4) Remove CMOS battery
5) REMOVE all RAM from the DIMMS ( this is the critical step because now the board will not attempt to boot the settings again)
6) Replace the CMOS battery and set the jumper back to the SAVE CMOS position
7) Reconnect power and power on the board
8) The bios failure light should be off now and you should get the normal "no memeory detected" beep sequence.
9) Replace your memory to their respective DIMMS
10) Boot and choose Load optimal settings> reboot> go back to overclocking!!

Can we sticky this?
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If someone try:s that latest beta bios pls report if it fixes this horrible vcore fluctuation. Dunno what MSI engineeers are doing, surely not what they supposed as this is well known bug/issue and still not fixed in 1.10 official.

Im just gonna stick with my v1.8 till and if they hopefully manages to fix that. No point to change to new one atm when there is even worse overvolting at load
Are you saying that the Vcore fluctuation doesn't happen with the 1.8 BIOS? Which 1.8 are you using? Final?

Thanks

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Sheet moderated, Probn4Lyfe's guide added.

To come: Board comparison.

Anything I'm missing?
Edited by B!0HaZard - 4/18/11 at 3:12pm
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Are you saying that the Vcore fluctuation doesn't happen with the 1.8 BIOS? Which 1.8 are you using? Final?

Thanks

yergg

Definitely want do know, since I am at 1.9 and the fluctuation is just ridiculous.
Edited by prmax - 4/18/11 at 4:02pm
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