b-52s are accurate today compared to what they were in the 50s/60s
I already said my piece, time for retail/etail
4.5GHz here with Vcore unchanged from default.
you need to post them here in a new topic, we are not tomshardwareguide
No do not flash the bios unless instructed to do so by the card manufacturer and ypu are having major problems.
Just a heads up for Fx990 Sabertooth users, The ram is not compatible with that board.
My Dell Xps Inspiron 9100/Gen 1 with a P4 3.4 Gallatin (Northwood Extreme with 800FSB,L3 Cache), 2GB ram, m18 GPU radeon 9800-256MB, r420, Core ocd...
Its called being lazy lol
No point in z97 if youre not overclocking.
subert has a 5750.
Another thing to try is a different hdmi cable
Your English had become Engrish in your previous post, that is why I was confused. I know what vdroop is. I have my C.P.U. at 4.5GHz with Vcore set...
Turn speakers up.
Gpu boost is something done by the card maker, which is within their safe temp and voltage limits. Laptops cooling today suck.
Rma the motherboard, ram and gpu and take esd precautions to rebuild it or have a licensed shop do it for you
Specs please @subert
Doubt the guy's coming back.
(Bring in K7/K8 Crew)
Confused by this lol
Afterburner is broken
These people who gripe that they can't overclock think nvidia will cover damage from customer/end user abuse.
Do they go by fiscal?
Bet nv wont cover any burnt gpus neither will the laptop makers when people oc them.
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