Jump to content

G H Z

Members
  • Content count

    6
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About G H Z

  • Rank
    New Member
  1. Anyone know where to get BIOS'es right now? DFI is down again
  2. I take it that this board no longer exists in the US market. There were mentions of another revision but I have yet to see anything.
  3. I think you need to read more carefully Read the title & initial post of this thread regarding LDT voltage. Aslo review the XS link I posted for TCCD info from people who know what they are doing
  4. Have a look here Rodan http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=53290
  5. Hi guys, First post says to run LDT voltage @ 1.75 or over for 300+ HTT, it looks like the lastest BIOS does not offer LDT V adjustment at all. New set of Geil One and was hoping for 300 +, they are capping out at 280 the same as Ultra-X. Some memory configs this newest BIOS (and maybe others) is lacking . -TCL only goes to 8, I need 7 for best TCCD performance -There is no Bypass Max setting at all in BIOS, 4 is not right for best TCCD clocks -Tref has an incomplete list and would be much better if it listed Mhz & us rather than the equivalent number This things goin bye bye if I can't get over 300 HTT 1:1. I don't care about the other issues or undervolting, I just need a stable fast board.
  6. G H Z

    NF3 Ultra-D 939/AGP

    First post says run LDT voltage @ 1.75 or over for 300+ HTT, well I suppose the lastest BIOS does not offer LDT V adjustment New set of Geil One and was hoping for 300 +, they are capping out at 280 the same as Ultra-X. Some memory configs this newest BIOS (and maybe others) is lacking . -TCL only goes to 8, I need 7 for best TCCD performance -There is no Bypass Max setting at all in BIOS, 4 is not right for best TCCD clocks -Tref has an incomplete list and would be much better if it listed Mhz & us rather than the cycle number This things goin bye bye if I can't get over 300 HTT 1:1. I don't care about the other issues or undervolting, I just need a stable fast board.
×