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New DFI Lanparty UT NF590 SLI-MR2/G

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It's just like adjusting the voltage to your CPU. Bump the voltage in the smallest increment necessary to keep it stable. Bump it up one step, then test.... and if good, leave it. If not, go for some more voltage. As far as max under water, I don't have that motherboard, but on virtually every chipset in every motherboard I've had, more than about .15V over stock rarely helps. But, take that advice as you will, because like I said, I don't have the nf590.

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This is my interpertation of the bus structure of the NF590

 

because, there no longer needs to be a south bridge, instead, there is a secondary PCI-E 16x "Slave" connector, which is controlled by "Chip 2" of the NF590 chipset. this "Slave" PCI-E is placed closer to the CPU, hence, the aparant "Southbridge" is placed north of the "Northbridge". "Chip 2" is basicly a bus splitter, it acts as a switch between PCI-E 16x slave, and the chipset, meaning the "Slave" connector actually has higher priority than the other slots.

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