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  1. No but you should get the latest bios anyway. It's good
  2. As you can see in my sig, I'm stuck on 285x9. Anything above that and I get bsod after booting into windows. I'm sure that I can go higher but after trying everything including upping vcore to 1.5v and vram to 2.2v, even 295x9 won't work. I've also tried using a 10x multi to try and get to 2.66Ghz but it's no good. Any advice would be appreciated....
  3. Hi there Looks like I've gotten a bit lost with all this change-over business but anyhow, if someone wants to still help.... ....how can I set my ram to 2.07V? It can only be changed in 0.1 increments
  4. I have 2Gb of OCZ Gold Gamer XTC PC6400 (OCZ2G8002GK), which is rated at 2.0-2.1V. This appears to be what most people have set their voltage to but I find that I get almost instant Prime failures at this voltage. The only way I can get stability is by changing the voltage to 1.9V. Even if I leave the setting to default, which is 1.9V, I get the failures. This is quite odd, but I was wondering if anyone else has experienced the same issue with this ram. Although my cpu is overclocked, the same thing happens at stock speeds. Also, my timings are stock 5-5-5-15
  5. You should try to loosen those ram timings and drop the divider down a bit so it doesn't hold you back. Have you also tried using x9 mutli 'cause I foudn that I could clock higher with a higher HTT and lower multiplier. But really, is there any need? I think 2.6 is a good overclock for that cpu. There is no point to push it any harder unless you're cpu is purely used to benchmark. I should hope not
  6. There seems to be quite a few blokes here running opty's so I couldn't imagine there would be any issues. You may want to look into a better psu. You will very soon be told "...you need a minimum of 480W with a 20+4pin connector.." Check the recommended psu list..
  7. Well my question is..is there really a need? Increase the divider to 9x and lower the HTT. You will achieve a more effective overclock. The performance gains of going over 310 will be minimal or non-existent.
  8. Finally found it- NVMM: 4.062.07 Now can this version be updated or is that only done through a bios flash. I have been unable to find any information on the recommended version 4.062.19. Is there a modded bios with this version?
  9. OK, you mean in the lower left hand corner on the 2nd or 3rd screen. How do you pasue the screen again? It flashes too fast.
  10. Well mine shows What the hell is that? I have the latest official bios so I don't know if it is more recent than 4.062.19 or not.
  11. I'd hate to be a chronic thread starter, but I am still having some problems, which I now determined is likely to be related to my memory. I posted a thread about the problems here... http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=68192 .......and here...... http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=71367 I won't go into the problems 'cause my previous threads are long enough, but basically I found most of the problems went away after reducing the vram to 1.9v. Although I was fine for 2 days (longest trouble-free stint ever), they have now returned. I believe the memory is faulty and am ready to RMA but I just read this by Tony on OCZ forums.... "I have noted that a lot of the bios updates for Nvidia based AM2 motherboards now feature new chipset code. it may be important to note that the bios your board is using must have NVMM version 4.062.19. This seems to have cured a lot of the issues with the 6400gold etc on quite a few boards" So what I'm wondering is, does the latest bios have this version? I can't seem to find any info on it.
  12. But what's the go with MBM and this motherboard. I thought they weren't compatible because I was getting problems whenever I tried to run the program.
  13. Yeah I'll check 'em out. As long as there is minimal noise. I've got a kinda silence fetish atm.
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