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  1. Get a real PSU and make sure you have the floppy disk drive power connector that feeds the memory voltage connected at the lower left corner of the memory slots.
  2. I think it's a bad idea considering ohms law.
  3. What are we to do guess at your timings voltages etc?
  4. Not sure yet but I hope it really works when all issues are sorted out.
  5. Reset cmos using jumper and reenter all you settings again.
  6. http://www.uploadfile.info/uploads/dd37248ace.jpg This is on a water cooled system with 4X80mm and 2X120mm cooling fans at relatively high speed. Ram drive strength is 4.
  7. Raju's solution worked for me as well although the spook thing had me wonderin.
  8. My 4000 Newark runs 276X11=3036 1:1 on the NF4 infinity. I've never seen a Venice exceed that water cooled.
  9. It's the divider your using causing memory timing issues. Rework the numbers with a lower HTT and less mem speed division.
  10. Yes I'm very interested in this avenue myself. FX-57 [email protected],2,2,5? :nod:
  11. There is an option to disable that function in bios.
  12. Very nice clocks guys. This ccbwe just cant get near there. Those things are clockin just like my sckt 754 Newark mobile does but in dual channel. What a sweet core that thing must be to have. I'll hunt one down if the deal I'm workin for a FX-57 falls thru.
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