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  1. Yes, everything is connected. In another forum it was said that this seems to be a normal problem for a 6800GT, a lot of people complain about it. Guess you are right, time for a new one
  2. Hi guys! A while ago I had the following problem: My 6800 GT overheated in games, which means that it reached 130 °C + in games and about 90°C idling in windows! Before that it worked about a year or so without a problem... When it reached that high temps it was automatically regulated down which resulted in extreme low performance and low FPS in games. I called my dealer and he sent me a new 6800 GT. For a month or so it worked fine again, but now the same problems as with the old one occur! I think it is extremely unlikely that two 6800 GTs in a row have the same problems so I am not so sure anymore if it is really the graphic card that causes the problem, maybe it is my mainboard? Of course none of the graphic cards were over clocked and the cooler seems to work fine too. Could there be a voltage issue with PCI-Express ports? I tried both PCI-Express ports and in both the problem occurred. All BIOS settings regarding the PCI-Express voltage are the standard ones, I only changed my DDRAM-Voltage because of stability issues but that should not be a problem shouldn't it? I have no more clues why all of my graphic cards overheat! The cooler works fine, they have enough space and strangely they work for some time without a problem. I hope you can help me guys! Best regards, Ricardo from Germany
  3. Hi another update After I "disabled" CPC (that means 2T) it seems to work, even at 2-2-2-5. But is it normal that my Ram does not wirk with 1T CPC?
  4. Hi! PSU: OCZ Powerstream 520w Active PFC So basically your PCU CPU Voltage is the standart one(auto) Memory voltage is at 2.7 but the internal BIOS indicator says something like 2.75-2.78. After I raised it to 2.8 (that means its acutally at 2.85-2.88) I was able to see my Desktop for a few seconds before it rebooted itself...(with both rams in the PC) One of my Ram bars seems to be weaker than the other one: I put only one bar at a time in the PC and with one its working perfectly but with the "weaker" one I get the bluescreen even at 2.8V. Maybe the timings are to "hard" for that one? Would that be a warranty case? Again the question about the timings: What are the actual settings in the BIOS for e.g. for "2-2-2-5"? The are tons of settings like trdl or something... If I remeber correctly I had to lower the timings in order to get the weaker one working but Iam not sure which timing it was...
  5. Okay update: It is working with one ram bar. When I put the second one in it will produce a blue screen! I think I assumed correctly that it has something to do with my RAM. Can someone give me an explaination which settings in the DFI Bios reflect e.g. "2-2-2-5"? Because there are tons of settings for latency I am not sure which ones are the right ones. Right now everything is one "auto" and I want to try it with manuell settings. Greetings, Ricardo
  6. Reinstalling would be the worst case But again the Voltage question: What is the upper limit for my RAM and the AMD64? As I said I had that problem before, even with a completely new PC. Btw. Memtest was running 12 hours with only one error. Greetings, Ricardo
  7. New Problem! After that Windows loading screen I get a blue screen and the PC restarts himself. I think I had the same problem when I installed my PC for the first time and I somehow solved that problem with a raise in Ram and/or CPU Voltage but I am not so sure anymore... What are the upper limits for the RAM/CPU Voltage? Greetings, Ricardo
  8. Sorry Good news everyone! Its working again heh! Cmos clear for the win But now all my settings are gone.. any tips for my configuration? Greetings, Ricardo
  9. Thanks for the posts guys! Is it required that the mainboard is connected to electricity while the Cmos clearing process? Greetings, Ricardo
  10. Hi guys! I have tried to flash my Bios with Winflash to this Version: NF4LD406. I followed the instructions given besides one point: I did not tick "CMOS Default". After the upgrade process (which was successful) I restarted my PC but now its not booting ! I can hear a "clicking" noise (maybe the HD?) and the buzzing of the coolers but nothing more! Did I destroye my Bios because I did not cross "CMOS default"(Yeah I know, it was stupid...)? Do I have to buy a new Bios Chip or are there other possiblities to revive my Computer? I hope you can help me! :angel: Greetings, Ricardo
  11. Will my CPU temp. increase when I increase the HTT but lower the multiplier? I mean is the same Mhz, so why should there be an increase?
  12. Thank you guys! What is the highest voltage you should give TCCDs? 3,0?
  13. Question: Will my performance be increased when I lower my multiplier but increase the ram clock? So will i.e 8x300 faster then 12x200 ? To the guide: Its based on using the ram on DDR 600 or higher. But at the moment Iam using the Ram on DDR400. The REAL question is: Why is the ram not stable at 2-2-2-5 with standart Voltage?
  14. At first I tried to boot in dual channel with both rams in the orange slots: Bluescreen before windows was able to start. With only one ram(you can use both rams for that so they seem to be okay) the system seems to work normal. So I tried again with 2 rams @ 2,700. WOW, it starts BUT its far away from beeing stable. With 2,800 it seems to work fine, but I dont think that that was the intention of G.Skill On the package g.skill says: 2-2-2-5 @DDR400 so It SHOULD work with 2,600 @ 2-2-2-5 @ DDR400. But it neither works with 2-2-2-5 nor with all the options set on "auto"(in the BIOS). Shall i send them back and hope for better ones? Or is it a mainboard problem(seems so to me...)!? Shall I update to 510? My current Version is 310. Please help guys :angel:
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