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DFI Ultra-D BIOS suggestions for OCZ GoldVX

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Hi Guys,

 

Currently i am begining to assemble my new rig.

 

You can see my Rig 2 in my signature.

 

I wanted to know which would be the best BIOS to run my OCZ Gold VX stable.

 

I want it to run such that it does not give ne errors in memtest86.

In 623 & 702-2 BIOS the mem was giving some errors in memtest86.

Ram was in yellow slot only.

 

Also the Gold VX is purchased from my friend he has done the burnin pretty well.

 

Also wanted to know if there is ne harm in using onboard audio with the system overclocked as for a month or two i will use onboard audio.

 

If the onboard audio will create problem i have a Creative SBlive 5.1 in another rig

can put that here.

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Hello,

 

The onboard Audio will work without causing any damage to the board / windows stability.

 

What power supply are you using?

Did you plug 4 power connectors into the board?

 

Your memory requires 3.2v to run at 200Mhz and 2-2-2-8 timings.

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It took 3.4 to get my vx stable at 250,2-2-2-8. Used both 6-23bta and 7-04 bta, dimms in orange slots. Unfortunately, my vx went to rma for the 2nd time, probably due to being on 4v jumper. They are sending me pc 4200 EL Plats this time, tired of running high volts.

Make sure you put a fan or 2 on your vx. Pooldoc

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It took 3.4 to get my vx stable at 250,2-2-2-8. Used both 6-23bta and 7-04 bta, dimms in orange slots. Unfortunately, my vx went to rma for the 2nd time, probably due to being on 4v jumper. They are sending me pc 4200 EL Plats this time, tired of running high volts.

Make sure you put a fan or 2 on your vx. Pooldoc

 

If you're using VX, place your memory in the yellow slots. Its supposedly better for higher voltage BH5/CH5 memory.

 

cjoe

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