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Old 11-21-2008, 03:07 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Update!

Well today I tried to OC again since I have the new PSU. Didn't change anything besides dropping the memory down when oc'ing. Was able to get it OC to 3.25 GHz!!! Happy with that. I haven't tried to go any further. I have not done much testing to see how stable it will be. I played Crysis for awhile and it ran great.

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3.2 is a nice oc to play at.

Good performance, low heat
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Default Re: Need help. Can't OC much & failing intel burn test on stock settings?

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your psu to me doesnt seem to be the problem it should be more the nadiquate look your ddr2 volts are 1.88, set them to 2.2 like you are supose to.
Just saying bro, I got corsair cas5 ddr2 800 @ 850mhz 5-5-5-15 v1.9 and it's rated for v1.8.

Also, here is a reply I made to your other post in case you forgot about that one chad.

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Old 12-10-2008, 04:25 PM   #55 (permalink)
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I saw your reply but wasn't really sure what your post was intending to do. Were you trying to help me because I thought you were just showing me you could use intel burn test and I can't. lol
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err, on the contrary it's a post about how that silly test owned my rig! It's quite funny I thought.. The first image if you read, after all those 0's says "Conclusion: Your PC has failed Linpack testing."

You missed the most important part kind sir.
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So you're pic showed that you cannot pass it either???
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yea exactly.. if you see it all, I chose the options for hardest stress test and it ran for under a second and says conclusion: failed heh, anyways.. don't beat yourself up over the fact you can't pass it.
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Old 12-11-2008, 10:49 AM   #59 (permalink)
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ok cool. I am just not familiar with all these tools so I just wanted to make sure there is nothing wrong with my mobo or something.

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Old 12-11-2008, 06:17 PM   #60 (permalink)
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Hi, you need to extract all the files to the same folder, while maintaing its original directory structure. (i.e. if a file was inside a folder called DATA, it MUST still be there after you extract)

That screenshot you posted does not show failed testing, it shows that the required binaries are missing.
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