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  1. Draxx

    Amd X2 4200+

    PSU will be fine, 38A total 12v rail is a good thing I run a 520W Modstream which has 28A 12v rail.
  2. Indeed, thats the DDR speed. SDR is 1050Mhz and DDR is 2100Mhz i.e. 2.1Ghz.
  3. So the yellow slots didn't work?
  4. Try the yellow slots......
  5. Have you taken the SATA1 compatability jumper out the back of the drive?
  6. So whats different about RAM tables?
  7. Yes I know, but whats actually different?
  8. I run that BIOS, its dated 11/14/05 I believe and it came on my board as standard. Not flashed to another yet and all is running ok. Memory is BH-6 at 209Mhz tight timings at 2.8v. Not really puched the memory any higher as of yet. Just bedding the X2 in at 2.5Ghz stock volts
  9. Draxx

    Dual core driver?

    I installed the AMD driver, then the Optimiser and it works grrrreat.
  10. What on earth is a RAM table and what makes them different and better or worse for certain IC's? i.e. the -1 -2 and -3 at end of BIOS names...
  11. Cool ,let me know. I want to see if its just me thats getting mental differences in cores!
  12. Download http://www.thecoolest.zerobrains.com/Hidde...ff/CoreTemp.zip
  13. Have you tried using a programme called "Core Temp" http://www.thecoolest.zerobrains.com/forum...topic.php?t=137 It apparently gives you a "better" CPU temp readout i.e. more accurate, but I and others have doubts. Idle Smart Guardian gives me 29C for CPU while Core temp gives me both core temps as being 44 and 34 C, so much higher there, and load Smart Guardian gives me 40C and Core Temp gives me 60/52C for each core. What does it read for you? Do you have a big difference between Core 0 and core 1? Also are you dual priming that CPU? http://sp2004.fre3.com/beta/beta2.htm
  14. Whats your temps mate via "Core Temp"
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