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I don't mean to start anything but have not seen you in this thread a whole bunch, so I just have a question are you here just to knock the board or to learn and help?

I don't mean anything bad by it just wanted to understand where you are at
I didn't actually have a motive. I saw the thread and i thought i'd share my 2cents/experience

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Added, and welcome! Hope the Vdroop doesn't turn you off the board's other great feature.
That's actually the only issue I have with the board. Everything else is fine
But the one issue happens to be a pretty big issue. Not the end of the world though
Looking forward to bulldozer
post #202 of 611
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I didn't actually have a motive. I saw the thread and i thought i'd share my 2cents/experience


That's actually the only issue I have with the board. Everything else is fine
But the one issue happens to be a pretty big issue. Not the end of the world though
Looking forward to bulldozer
cool we in here, are just trying to overcome this vdroop on some boards, mine has barely any! I have never seen as much vdroop as yours and I thought smoket had the worst, but wow that is a lot
post #203 of 611
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Well, I finally got my OC stable at 3.9Ghz, but just can't seem to get it any higher than that.


Ref clock is 216.7Mhz, multiplier 18.0. I've got Vcore at 1.55v, which ends up at 1.5v Idle and around 1.45v under load. VDDNB is 1.15v, VDDA 2.6v, HT and NB are both 1.24v, and DRAM is 1.5v.
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haveyou tried uping the vddanb volts as was suggested by Brad? He mentioned that it made alot of difference in his stability
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haveyou tried uping the vddanb volts as was suggested by Brad? He mentioned that it made alot of difference in his stability
its the VDDNB in turboV but in bios it is CPU/NB which is thee most important volt adjust on this board (or any AMD board for that matter) That is the memory control that is on the cpu which is very important! the average volts of a OC'ed chip on the CPU/NB or VDDNB is 1.40volts the high side of it is 1.50 but keep a eye on temps if you plan or need to run here!!! the chip comes stock at 1.15~1.25 on some but you will never be able to get stable with out pushing those volts up on it! You will get IRQ'S BSOD and memory stack overflows and this is my fav PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA!!! hate the hell out of that one lol! That can mean so many things it is not even funny, there are about 1500 definition's of that code. So if you are geting BSOD's with (ntoskrnl.exe) as the problem you most likely need to bump up your CPU/NB volts, I tell everyone to start at 1.45v and (in bios not turboV) and then use turboV to find your lowest point of stable volts

I hope that clears things up
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haveyou tried uping the vddanb volts as was suggested by Brad? He mentioned that it made alot of difference in his stability
Yes, but apparently not enough.

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its the VDDNB in turboV but in bios it is CPU/NB which is thee most important volt adjust on this board (or any AMD board for that matter) That is the memory control that is on the cpu which is very important! the average volts of a OC'ed chip on the CPU/NB or VDDNB is 1.40volts the high side of it is 1.50 but keep a eye on temps if you plan or need to run here!!!
Mine came stock at 1.1v, so 1.15 is a bit of a push. I'll try cranking it up higher and see if that gets me a stable 4.0Ghz. Not sure how that will affect temps; but I'm currently hovering around 43C on the CPU, so I have a good margin to work with. I'm concerned about the NB and VRM temps, since I don't have much supplemental cooling on the MB heatsinks, just the big side fan.
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OK, so I have been secretly doing RAM research lol, I have found the best ram DDR3 to run on our board. I have called everyone of the ram manufactures and talked with each tech support on the timings and speed they have seen on our board with every chip that I suggested and they are the P II X4 (all) the P II X6 (all) and the X2 and X3 also noting older sorry guys for those I did not cover. Here is the link to the NewEgg site I hope some of you get this I just ordered myself and from wat tech support said should be able to run cas 6 or 7 at 1600~1800mhz and also get my CPU up to 4.2~4.4 stable, even if it does not get the cpu up it is bound to be a lot faster in the FPS anyway because I have noticed and have mentioned to you guys on how my bottle neck always comes down to my ram
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I am posting my old results and volts and stuff, Mite help any new people dropping in and mite even help a few of us old fuc's lol plus I just had to post that UPS driver she is just too hot




post #209 of 611
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Originally Posted by luchog;13431217 
Well, I finally got my OC stable at 3.9Ghz, but just can't seem to get it any higher than that.
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Ref clock is 216.7Mhz, multiplier 18.0. I've got Vcore at 1.55v, which ends up at 1.5v Idle and around 1.45v under load. VDDNB is 1.15v, VDDA 2.6v, HT and NB are both 1.24v, and DRAM is 1.5v.

I have mine at 4Ghz running stable 24/7 for over a week now. This is what I have everything set at
CPU frq 200, CPU multi x20,CPU V 1.3250, DramV 1.56 at 1333hz timings 7-7-7-16-27-2t,
VDDNB V 1.2500, CPUNB frq 2600hz,HT frq 2000hz HT V 1.20, NB V, 1.10, VDDA V 2.5, NF200 1.20

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1811768
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Can we lock cores with this board? I don't think i saw anything in the bios 'cept core unlocker..
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