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crazyman62

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About crazyman62

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    AMD 5000+ dual core brisbane processor
    4Gb DDR2 1066Mhz Ram
    2x 500Gb Raid 0 HDD's
    1 1Tb HDD
    Nvidia 9600 GT OC'd
    Windows 7 Ultimate
  1. You shouldent have a problem running Windows 64 on a 64bit processsor.... everything should be OK the BSOD that you normally get is because of ram. try doing a ram stress test, or a memtest....
  2. my budget is $500-$1000 i would like a powerful computer with lots of horse power. i would also like to use AMD, and i want to learn to overclock better....
  3. hey guys, as you see, im rather new here, right now im running a : amd 5000+ dual core proccesser 2.6GHz OC'd to 3.2GHZ MSI K9N Neo V3 Motherboard 4GB of Ram 2 x 1GB Patriot 1066MHz, 2 x 1GB 800MHz Zotec 9600 GT slightly oc'd AzzA full tower Case 1 36" TV as monitor #3 for movies 1 19"Wide Acer monitor as #1 for all 1 19" CRT for the rest as #2 2 x 500GB Deskstar HDD Raid 0 1 x 1TB Seagate HDD JBOD 1 x Bluray Drive. 2 x Set NICs i need a upgrade.... im looking for Speed. but i need it cheap to somewhat fix my budget. i was looking at MSI 790FX-GD70 motherboard $250 MSI R5970-P2D2G graphics card(eventualy) new DDR 3 Ram (eventually) i plan on OC'ing the CPU. what would be best, i have adiquite cooling for it.
  4. and if you cant mount the fan the other way, why dont you try taking the fan on the back of the case and spin it around to suck the air in to the cooler. there should be enough exaust area for the rest of the air to flow out successfully
  5. anyways I've NEVER oc'd before. and I have a stock cooler. Right now Im using AUS PC Probe II to measure my temps. Right now it's showing this: Vcore=1.01 v +3.3v=3.30 +5v=4.97v +12v=11.98v CPU=30 c MB= 25c the CPU is a little warm for idleing but it should work, you may need a better case or CPU cooler. your looking a little low on power your PSU doesnt seem to have enough power for your system so i wouold look at a better power supply. other than that you may need to be good at math lol
  6. http://www.easycom.com.ua/data/mboard/7122140/img/b1.jpg is what my bios voltages section looks like, (this is not mine) im @ work, so i dont have a pic of it i have also tried my HT on auto wich set it to 900MHz
  7. under load temp is 22○C my hyperthreading is set to 1000MHz 16 up 16 down and i cant change the voltage of the NB and SB they are set to auto
  8. how did you get the 5000+ to 3.6, i get it passed 3.2, as stated in the topic i started right below this one
  9. yeah, its because of the build. they are running with 65nm more sensitive to heat, so if you have over heated it its possible you cooked the diode
  10. i also have the same issue, but i find speedfan works best with it. is it a brisbane? because they have lower temp thresholds than others you can find out by running CPUZ
  11. i have a AMD 5000+ brisbane in a MSI K9N NEO V3 and since this is a stock 2.6GHz proccessor, i have decided to get adiquite cooling and push it. im running windows 7 ultimate with 2GB of DDR2 ram, stock 1066MHz. but when OC'd its only running at 965 because the motherboard does 800MHz stock (kinda old, and will upgrade when money comes my way) im currently running 3.1GHz stable, @ 13x multiplier, 1.325 V @ 10○C with spread spectrum disabled. when i go to 3.1GHz it will run OK, but 2 min after running CPU burn in for 1 min, it will lockup. but as soon as i move the FSB up one more MHz the bios handover will be OK, and will try and boot into my user account, then bluescreen i have done a memtest and everything is normal. im lost on what to do.
  12. everything is OK i have updated my Raid drivers. and now it is running @ about 60MB/Sec, but i know they can go faster.
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