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Old 8th September 2010, 22:21   #11
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Pics are on their way
Thx for the assistance.
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Voltages are all over the place man; which bios ? I'm on 1005 now for evaluation...



My boards have always had the tendency to overvolt...
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LoL, that's because it's a picture before I saved the bios. After I save it and exit I get a no boot. Hence the weird values.

On my normal settings he also tends to overvolt a bit but otherwise rather stable.

VCPU : +0.015V but no fluctuation
VRAM : +0.005V but no fluctuation
VCPU/NB : fluctuates from +0.003 to +0.023
VNB : fluctuates from +0.000 to -0.006

Which one is the OVP setting you're refering to?

I'll try the suggestion with 1 card. --> just tested that: no change still a no boot.

Currently using Bios 0905
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lol, I thought it never got into windows

Could be the strain on the PCI-E slots from the videocards that holds ya back...or a ram incompatability
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As I tried with one card and still no go, I doubt it's the PCI-E slot strain.
RAM should also not be an issue? I've tried with the RAM set all the way down to 1333 and same problem.
I'm using the same RAM on the 785G and that one runs CPU-Z at 340MHz (with the RAM divider at 5,33).

I'll check the NB heatsink fitting to see if that's the problem.
If it's not that I'll flash to Bios 1005 and hope that helps.
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RAMS are running at 1.9Volts... according Chew, Thubans IMC don't like High Voltage Dimms ( this opinion is not from me ) But the Crosshair IV absolute hates my CSX Diabolo sticks (they run 2000CL7 on Intel , but barely 1600C7 on the CH IV...

Where do you live ? Otherwise pop around for a a quick try with the Flare/Corsair kit
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Ok that makes sense.
(I'm using Patriot Vipers and they need 1,9V in order to run at 1600-7-7-7-20-1T, they're not the best out there but it's what I could afford ).

That would be great if I could run a quick test with the Flares.
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Yes they have to go to another reviewer soon ( I asked Gskill to be able to test them on the Intel 1156 platform...) PM ya Cellphone Pascal plz... will be for end of next week...
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It was the RAM voltage
Reduced the it to 1200 so I only needed 1.7V and it ran at 300MHz HTT.
Max I could get was 310 as that makes the ram run at 1240 with 1.725V.
As I'm at my lowest divider and as it won't take more than 1.725V I'm stuck again.

So another lesson learned.

Can't wait to see what the Flares will do.
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