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LanParty UT nF3 Ultra-D PROBLEMS!!!!!

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Hello everyone yes I am new to the DFI motherboards and A64 but I am having a lot of problems I do not think I should be having.

 

1. I can not run Dual Channel DDR 400 I get mem dumps and re-boot @ stock speeds no OCing. Yes my mem timings are tight so I changed to 3-3-3 I still get some reboot problems but I can pass memtest86.

 

2. Is there a Voltage problem with this motherboard? Every time I boot into windows and open CPUz, MBM, nTune, my CPU voltage is all over the place high low. It will show 1.28-1.47 without me changing anything. I know it’s not my PSU my old rig was a XP 2400+ OC 2.4Gz and rock solid. I do not have cool n quiet enabled or installed.

 

3. Maybe I am to new to OCing the A64 but I can not get this pig to OC. It‘s me I’m sure but is anyone else having problems like this?

 

 

Any help or input is greatly appreciated. I hope I did not make a mistake by getting a DFI motherboard. :confused:

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Weird... I just installed an x2 on my ultra-d last night and:

1. memory runs fine at 2-2-2-5 1T TCC5 memory

2. The voltage on my board is bang on 1.30v in windows but I had to set +0.2v in the bios.

3. haven't had a chance to o/c yet.

 

Hello everyone yes I am new to the DFI motherboards and A64 but I am having a lot of problems I do not think I should be having.

 

1. I can not run Dual Channel DDR 400 I get mem dumps and re-boot @ stock speeds no OCing. Yes my mem timings are tight so I changed to 3-3-3 I still get some reboot problems but I can pass memtest86.

 

2. Is there a Voltage problem with this motherboard? Every time I boot into windows and open CPUz, MBM, nTune, my CPU voltage is all over the place high low. It will show 1.28-1.47 without me changing anything. I know it’s not my PSU my old rig was a XP 2400+ OC 2.4Gz and rock solid. I do not have cool n quiet enabled or installed.

 

3. Maybe I am to new to OCing the A64 but I can not get this pig to OC. It‘s me I’m sure but is anyone else having problems like this?

 

 

Any help or input is greatly appreciated. I hope I did not make a mistake by getting a DFI motherboard. :confused:

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The nF3 does have voltage reading problems, so I wouldn't worry, yet.

 

When you say you can't OC, do you mean you can't OC at all or just a little?

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lbjgh

 

What are you using to see your voltage nMonitor/CPUz Other?

 

How do you tell if you have BH-5 or TCC5 Memmory other than some link in a fourm? like I have found.

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I don't see how my PSU is the problem. I ran an XP 2400+ to 1.85V 2.4Gz with +- 3% at full load.

 

My A64 only runs at 1.35V and my ram is not even OCed?

 

u can't compare cross-platform because it doesn't make sense....A64's can use up to 100W or so...compared to an AXP's 60-70?

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I had problems with my 4400 X2, even though I thought I have a good PSU (Antec TP500 only had 24A on the 12V line). I replace the PSU and now everything if running great. No crashes in BF2.

 

Post your PSU 3,5 and 12V ratings.

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