|22-07-2005, 02:45 AM||#29|
- mounted G4 storm set to 12x260HTT = 3120 at 1.36v, hang screen just before loading into memtest
- rebooted pc, loosened wingnuts on G4 storm a notch or 2, set at 12x260HTT = 3120 at 1.36v and memtesting so far so good - man the right mounting pressure is soo important!
|22-07-2005, 02:51 AM||#30|
Join Date: Mar 26 2005
looks like you'll need more voltage to get into windows.....is 1.4V default or 1.36v
what's so special with that board revision
looked around on the net didn't see anything
Last edited by dinos22; 22-07-2005 at 02:53 AM.
|22-07-2005, 08:17 AM||#32|
Join Date: Mar 12 2005
thats all i have to say........
so what do u do with all ur cpus... sure, keep one or 2, but havnt u got like 5 lying around? might be time to sell some off and recuperate that huge shot u took on the FX-57's price tag?
is that prommie u have gonna have a busy time with that cpu?
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