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      Hello. I am curious to find out what volts you're using to get 4.2GHz on your 920?
      1. DRDNA
        Dec 8, 2013
    2. khanman22
      Hey I saw a post of yours saying you were using a hd3850 agp on a k8v-x a while ago, i am currently using this setup on my secondary computer and i am having alot of issues, i am using the current agp hotfix drivers from atis site and it runs fine in windows but when i try to play games it freezes/black screen/blue screen after about 5 minutes in the game, i set it to 4x agp and that seemed to give me more time but it still freezes, you mentioned you had it working I was just hoping you could give me some tips with this setup, I am using the k8v-x with a athlon 64 3000 processor and 1.5gb of ram
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    New York
    IT Technician, IT Procurment Appoval Coordinator


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    Processor: i7-920 CO@4.2GHZ / ASUS GL553VW 15.6" Gaming Laptop NVIDIA GTX 960M 4GB Intel Core i56300HQ 8GB DDR4
    Motherboard: Asus P6T Deluxe Intel X58
    Cooling: Asetek Liquid CPU Cooling System
    Memory: CORSAIR DOMINATOR 6GB (3 x 2GB) DDR3 1600
    Video Card(s): 2X ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 2GB DDR5 PCI-Express
    Storage: (RAID-0) with 4 Identical Hard Drives (1.28TB (320GBx4)
    Display(s): LG 50" 50PK550 1080p 600Hz Plasma/37 Inch WestingHouse @1920x1080
    Case: Thermaltake M9 (I hate it its like trying to live in a 1 inch box)
    Power Supply: ThermalTake ToughPower 1200 Watt
    Software: Windows 7 professional 64