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post #14821 of 14902 (permalink) Old 08-16-2019, 04:18 AM
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While MSI is popular now.. no idea why.. they used to be junk, as you are finding out. And before that they were even worse lol. I still wouldn’t buy anything MSI. Junk.

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My new highest ever Firestrike score. Vega 56 with a X5660.

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post #14824 of 14902 (permalink) Old 08-23-2019, 08:50 AM
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While MSI is popular now.. no idea why.. they used to be junk, as you are finding out. And before that they were even worse lol. I still wouldn’t buy anything MSI. Junk.
I never had one of their motherboards, but I did start with a MSI GTX 260 Twin Frozr graphics card in my X58 build. The cooling was impressive, I would hit 55C while gaming, even after overvolt and overclock.
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While MSI is popular now.. no idea why.. they used to be junk, as you are finding out. And before that they were even worse lol. I still wouldn’t buy anything MSI. Junk.
I picked up an old Dell/Alienware/ MSI board and will use it to overclock an X5687 25nm 4C/8T chip because i don't think it will OC a 6C/12T very well. Maybe if I make it easier on the VRM it will work OK.

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post #14826 of 14902 (permalink) Old 08-24-2019, 05:15 AM
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I never had one of their motherboards, but I did start with a MSI GTX 260 Twin Frozr graphics card in my X58 build. The cooling was impressive, I would hit 55C while gaming, even after overvolt and overclock.

Nice temps. I figured it would be a matter of time before someone mentioned their gpu building prowess. And normally Id be like yeah I suppose they do make a decent gpu.. until you watch GN new vid on their 5700 XT Evoke.. and then you see their true colors shine through again. You can fool some of the people some of the time, but you cant fool everyone all of the time

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Can anyone tell me why my 1.5v 1600Mhz RAM requires 1.64v to not BSOD when run at 1600MHz via 200 BLCK?
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Are you sure it's not 1.65v RAM. My 1600MHz RAM requires 1.65v's but that's the voltage it's rated for at 1600MHz.
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Here's my ram, its rated at 1.58v max, 1.5v normal.


It doesn't make much sense to me


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Can anyone tell me why my 1.5v 1600Mhz RAM requires 1.64v to not BSOD when run at 1600MHz via 200 BLCK?
I had this exact same problem with older XMS 1600 with rated 1.65V voltage . I switched to newer 2000 mhz 1.5V dimms and problem is solved.
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