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Old 4th April, 2006, 01:29 AM
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Epox 9NPA+ ultra

Hi all

Ihave this board with a San Diego 3700+,and 2x512Mb DDR 500 Team Xtremm( chip´s TCCD)

My overclocking efforts let me go to 320HTT x 9,but I must use memory divider at 133 mhz ( even at 300 htt x 9)
As the ram is DDR 500,why I can´t put the 166 divider?

thank´s for any sugestion

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Old 7th April, 2006, 11:45 PM
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Funny thing about Cpu temp

Hi again

i´m loking for new thing´s ,to make my system better

so,after loking at the AMD site,i found in the section drivers and utilitys,the AMD Atlhon 64 Processor Driver

i do not now much about that ( I never have used it before)

so i decided to have it a try
after download and instalation,everithyng seems the same...

but

now the cpu temp drop from previous 43/44ºC to 38/39ºC

and the room temp is the same

how about that?
i´snt that cool or what?

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Old 27th October, 2006, 11:59 PM
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Question

is your ram locked at 2-2-2-5?

300 X 9, with 133 mem divider, mem actual = 193;
320 X 9, with 133 mem divider, mem actual = 206;
300 X 9, with 166 mem divider, mem actual = 245;
320 X 9, with 166 mem divider, mem actual = 262.

maybe it just won't do those numbers at the low specs you set.

try setting to spd, for stable boot, then tweak with A64 tweaker inside windows. that'll help keep you from having a no post, on a reset if you need to.

try using a separate boot drive for tweaking, that has a clean install of Windows (without any programs you're in fear of corrupting or losing), while you're testing though.

nice memory -- oh, what's the model number on the ram -- you forgot to say.

EDIT: If you look at their site, the gif shows MBM reporting 3.3V on the dram rail, at the numbers they were generating. Whether that's actual, or peripheral supply voltage sensing, remains to be seen. [but probly is the latter, since their bh5 runs a little hotter than that -- read "correction" below]

Personally I run TCCDs a little cool, and that seems to be the norm advice (unlike BH-5) -- what's your voltage set at?
[oh yeah -- just saw it was at 2.7]

CORRECTION: If you "save as" the test report in the upper right corner, it has the suffix "bh5".. so that's probly not very true to the TCCD under scrutiny... and may even be a test from Intel -- they don't indicate.
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