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OK. I'm done beta testing these bioses. The 705 got me so I could not boot or reboot at anything but the defaults and the optimized defaults caused my floppy to stop reading. Holding the insert key got me nothing and I had to resort to a number of CMOS clears with the jumper. Finally got the orig reflashed and here I stay until they come out with a cast iron version.

At least my perfomance is nice with this one. Just wish I could throttled down the vcore a smidge. Might be a few more Mhz left to get. Still at 273x10, guess I should change my sig.

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One more time for those not thumbing thru 130 or so pages...:D

 

I measured Vcore and Vdimm using a Digital Multi-Meter. Here's what I got:

 

DFI nF3 Ultra-D

602 Bios

Venice 3200

 

Vcore

 

Default = 1.34V

 

CPU VID 1.50 = 1.44V

CPU VID 1.55 = 1.50V

 

Default +.1 = 1.38V

Default +.2 = 1.46V

Default +.3 = 1.51V

Default +.4 = 1.63V

Default +.5 = 1.67V

Default +.6 = 1.76V

Default +.7 - No Thanks!

 

1.55V +Default = 1.50

1.55V +.1 = 1.54V

1.55V +.2 = 1.64V

1.55V +.3 = 1.69V

1.55V +.4 = 1.83V

1.55V +.5 - No Thanks!

1.55V +.6 - No Thanks!

1.55V +.7 - No Thanks!

 

VDIMM

 

2.5V = 2.58V

2.6V = 2.69V

2.7V = 2.80V

2.8V = 2.91V

2.9V = 3.00V

3.0V = 3.10V

3.1V = 3.16V

3.2V = 3.17V

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Hey Rebelshaven,

Do you have a link to where the voltage measurements should be taken? I'm just dying to short something out!!!!... Uh, I mean verify my results. See how consistant they are with yours!

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One more time for those not thumbing thru 130 or so pages...:D

 

I measured Vcore and Vdimm using a Digital Multi-Meter. Here's what I got:

 

DFI nF3 Ultra-D

602 Bios

Venice 3200

.......

 

 

Is it possible these numbers have changed with the 6/29 BIOS? Just curious as to whether or not these numbers can be trusted with 629.

 

I have hit the max stable OC I'm willing to go for without being able to properly measure voltage and temps.

 

This pic is with voltage set to 1.550 in BIOS. Now if I can get proper voltage/temp monitoring from the BIOS and the ability to run either my BH-5 or UTT at 1T while using a divider i'll be happy.

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Wha? I don't get what you're saying at all......holding delete will do nothing but get me into the BIOS....why do you say that will load BIOS defaults?

 

when your comp doesn't post...sorry 'bout that....

 

 

It's the "Insert" key, but you may have to wait 5-10 seconds, and it doesn't work every time....

 

well, the DEL key works for me...i don't have to wait 5-10 secs, and it does work everytime...

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Is it possible these numbers have changed with the 6/29 BIOS? Just curious as to whether or not these numbers can be trusted with 629.....

 

They are exactly the same with the 629 BIOS....

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...well, the DEL key works for me...i don't have to wait 5-10 secs, and it does work everytime...

 

That is amazing! It's like every board is different!

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Sorry, to be clear Insert has restored default speeds on the Nforce boards, not enter the bios screen on boot.

 

That is my experience....

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