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Old 04-07-2005, 09:40 PM   #9
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yeah its the BIOS your using, try with 510-3FIX that should clear it up.
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Old 04-07-2005, 10:24 PM   #10
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isn't 3 for TCCD?

i'll give it a shot, since anything is better than what this is showing right now!

i'll try the modded 510-3FIX one...
okie looks like there isn't a modded one yet...

i'll try the 510-3FIX right now, wish me luck!
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Old 04-07-2005, 10:57 PM   #11
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isn't 3 for TCCD?

i'll give it a shot, since anything is better than what this is showing right now!

i'll try the modded 510-3FIX one...
okie looks like there isn't a modded one yet...

i'll try the 510-3FIX right now, wish me luck!
god luck man
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Old 04-07-2005, 11:34 PM   #12
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OK NO BIOS CAN FIX MY ISSUE...

however, i have realised that running an 8x multi alleviates all divider issue...

it's humming along at 242 running a 133 divider happily...

8 x 363 = 2904mhz now i just need to burn in in the RAM... CPU easily can handle this... i'll try to take it to 3ghz prime stable if i can... but yeah... until there is a BIOS to fix this 9x problem... i will have to use such insanely high HTT... hope it doesn't crap out on me though...
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Old 05-07-2005, 12:10 AM   #13
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OK NO BIOS CAN FIX MY ISSUE...

however, i have realised that running an 8x multi alleviates all divider issue...

it's humming along at 242 running a 133 divider happily...

8 x 363 = 2904mhz now i just need to burn in in the RAM... CPU easily can handle this... i'll try to take it to 3ghz prime stable if i can... but yeah... until there is a BIOS to fix this 9x problem... i will have to use such insanely high HTT... hope it doesn't crap out on me though...
try one of the ones from here http://i4memory.com/showthread.php?t=845 im sure there bios that work with 9x multi as ALOT of people have 3000+'s on DFI NF4's
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Old 05-07-2005, 12:10 AM   #14
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Man that HTT is huge!!! I used clockgen to get to 400 using a 3x multi, thaught my board was stuck at 322 but it wasn't. CPU is just too hot at 2.95Ghz Restarts after a while of load. Looks like you have a winner there. Can you test how many volts do you need for DDR500 with the Gskill GH? (Just use 1:1 and run 5pass of test5 pls, thats good enough for me)

EDIT: Maybe my probs are due to 9x multi as well, I'll try some HUGE HTT 8x multi tomorrow and see if I can get 32M @ 3GHz.
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Old 05-07-2005, 12:11 AM   #15
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Man that HTT is huge!!! I used clockgen to get to 400 using a 3x multi, thaught my board was stuck at 322 but it wasn't. CPU is just too hot at 2.95Ghz Restarts after a while of load. Looks like you have a winner there. Can you test how many volts do you need for DDR500 with the Gskill GH? (Just use 1:1 and run 5pass of test5 pls, thats good enough for me)
he hasnt burnt in yet...give him time.
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Old 05-07-2005, 12:12 AM   #16
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burn-in dosnt make that much diff. Although I may be proven wrong when I get some GH in a few days.
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