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  1. Thats an AGP card AG :confused: $378 for pci-e http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16814122209
  2. In genie bios they have a line called " command Per Clock" Choose disable and that is 2T . Bioses are located here http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/other/114
  3. Why is that? It was working then he loded optimised defaults. Common sence and good trouble shooting suggest a timing issue. Or am I wrong?
  4. Try these settings In DRAM Configuration Section of Genie BIOS: 200 enable 2.5 03 8 03 8 16 03 03 02 03 4708, auto enabled auto 0 level 7 level 2 7.0 auto 256 disable 16 07 disable In Genie Bios: 250 4 16 16 10 100 disable 1.500v 1.300v (This is about 1.57v, if you need more or less adjust, but do not go past 1.45v here, use more the 123% below, there is a reason ) above VID * 123% 1.30v 1.70v 2.8v (2.7v-3.0v may work for you)
  5. I never heard of that bios. You need to get the official 310 or the 510-3 for that TCCD ram
  6. Well your DFI is not the problem. sG of ram is hugh load on the memory controller. Try running at 2t and see if that helps
  7. I think it is a very nice PSU just a little pricey though. ALthough that should get you through a few upgrades which may sace you $$ in the long run. Food for thought!!
  8. Only negative Davis is that Sam's Club version has only a DB-9 RS-232 Interface port. You can find a 1000VA model at office max for $129 and it has usb connectivity
  9. The one on DFI site is 510-1 just like it says in the file name
  10. I dont know if is unrealistic or not but kind of impractical. What exactly are you trying to achieve?
  11. Cool glad to hear it worked for you. Don't forget to rune prime95 for at least 8 hrs to confirm stability in windows
  12. Try these DFI NF4, San Diego, Venice, Winchester 90nm and OCZ VX memory Update 3-19-05: With the 310 BIOS installed try these settings. If they don't work for you try the settings right below this (same post). 200 enable 2.0 02 06 02 07 16 or 14 03 or 02 03 02 or 01 03 or 02 0648, 2560 or 3120 (0648 has worked on many systems) auto enabled auto 0 level 8 level 2 7.0 auto 256 disable 16 07 disable In Genie Bios 240 (start at 230mhz and work up) auto 16 16 7 (for testing, then adjust for max overclock) 100 disable 1.500v 1.300v (This is about 1.57v, if you need more do not go past 1.45v here, use more the 123% below, there is a reason ) above VID * 123% 1.30v 1.70v 3.3v-3.4v
  13. If you are already using the stock DF4 back plate the awnser is No
  14. What chips are in that mushkin Ram? Looks like you have a bios setting problem ie ram timings are not set right? Have you run memtest yet?
  15. No problem bud. Glad to hear it got you working As for overclock settings try these In DRAM Configuration Section of Genie BIOS: 200 enable 2.5 03 or o4 8 03 8 16 03 03 02 03 4708 auto enabled auto 0 level 7 level 2 7.0 auto 256 disable 16 07 disable In Genie Bios: 250 4 16 16 10 100 disable 1.500v 1.300v (This is about 1.57v, if you need more or less adjust, but do not go past 1.45v here, use more the 123% below, there is a reason ) above VID * 123% 1.30v 1.70v 2.8v (2.7v-3.0v may work for you)
  16. :nod: that would be driver problems. I again would suggest you reinstall the OS. BTW the way you unistalled the VC drivers in very incorrect. Go to www.driverheaven.net to find the correct way.
  17. Go to www.bleedinedge.com then go to the OCZ support forum and they will walk you through some things to try and will RMA you if necessary
  18. 1:) First thing you should do is flash to the 3-10 bios on DFI site. 2:) Use these settings In DRAM Configuration Section of Genie BIOS: 200 enable 2.0 02 07 or 8 02 07 or 8 16 or 14 03 or 02 03 02 or 01 03 or 02 3120, 4708, 0648, or 2560 (4708 works well at high overclocks) auto enabled auto 0 level 6, 5 or 7 level 2 7.0 auto 256 disable 16 07 disable In Genie Bios: 200 4 16 16 10 100 disable 1.500 1.20v (This is about 1.47v, if you need more or less adjust, but do not go past 1.45v here, use more the 123% below, there is a reason ) above VID * 123% 1.30v 1.70v 2.8v (2.7v-3.0v may work for you, depending on final speed) 3) Enable memtest in bios and run at least one pass of all test to be sure you are stable. 4) Now you are ready to install BTW IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL is usually a memory error which tells me your timings are not configured properly. I had the same problem with my first build on the NF4. This thing isn't plug and play and you have to manually set timing to load the OS. Let me know how it goes
  19. Aspire is known for making junky PSU's and also known for grossly stating their specs. Sure the rated spec meet DFI requirements. Do yourself a favor and get the antec I listed. Antec is a vert reputable manufatuer in the PS industry. I dont think 420 will break you. After all will all the nice componets you have I am sure you want to protect your investment.
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