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Oceanborn

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  1. Well....first thing is...what driver version are you using? and are your cards from different manufacturers? if yes, then you have to use newer drivers otherwise it won't work...the bridge is not mandatory for SLI detection....it's a highspeed bandwidth device...basically it makes sure there's no communication bottleneck...


  2. Hello everyone...I read an interesting arcticle showing that a lot of manufatures who claim their PSUs are multi 12V rail

    ....and a lot of people here sometimes arguing that having a multirail PSU is better for this and a single rail is better for that ....anyway...

    This review is about the new corsair PSU...but the website did other reviews on other PSU's claiming to be multi 12V rail....well...tell me what you all think...

     

    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/371/5


  3. I don't think you need to increase the voltages on the CPU that early and you definetly don't need to increase the chipset voltage since these boards reach high HTTs without any chipset voltage increase. The memory though is another story...I head from some fellow members that 2 gig memory kits don't like high voltages like the 1gig used to...my OCZ for example if I put anything higher thatn 2.7 volts the system doesn't boot, period....

    So you might wanna take a quick look at the overclocking guide and only increase voltages when needed...for obvious reasons...


  4. If I were you I'd put everything back to stock speed and voltages....CPU, Video Card, PCI ex bus and then start testing after each increase in speed and voltage to find the culprit....otherwise you'll be banging your head against the wall constantly...you tried pretty much everything possible to fix your problem and it's still there....

    I know it sucks when you gotta go back to the basics but in this case it'd be the best course of action....don't know if my fellow members agree....

    Cheers


  5. LOL, where did you get this information?

    Look under: Q: What power supply does it require?

     

    Where did I get it? From the manufacturer of the card that's the one who designed the card...because the manufacturers of the cards sometimes overclock the cards not following nvidia's reference..........but I'm sure you know that don't you?

    here's the info on eVGA own website....feel free to check it out...

     

    http://www.evga.com/products/moreinfo.asp?...18-AX&family=22

     

    Performance

    NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GT

    470 MHz GPU

    20 Pixel Pipelines

    400 MHz RAMDAC

     

    Memory

    256 MB, 256 bit DDR3

    1100 MHz (effective)

    35.2 GB/s Memory Bandwidth

     

    Interface

    PCI-E 16X

    DVI-I, DVI-I, VIVO

    SLI Capable

     

    Resolution & Refresh

    240 Hz Max Refresh Rate

    2048 x 1536 x 32bit x 85 Hz Max Analog

    2560 x 1600 and 1600 x 1200 Max Digital

     

    Requirements

    Minimum of a 450 Watt power supply.

    (Minimum recommended power supply with +12 Volt current rating of 18 Amp Amps.)

    An available 6 pin PCI-E power connector (hard drive power dongle to PCI-E 6 pin adapter included with card)

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