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Asus P6T undervolting my system??

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by pabloottawa, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. pabloottawa

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    Hey guys,

    I'm getting weird game freezes and CTD's when I play BC2. Now since this game is soooo buggy I've done tons of testing with it and it seems that:

    A) From time to time you have to delete the BC2 folder in My Documents to keep it stable and

    B) BC2 in a Crossfire setup just DOESN'T work with an Asus P6T so you have to disable CF just to get it working smoothly.

    Now let's get one thing clear here. I'm not talking about the P6T deluxe or the P6. I'm talking about the P6T and just the P6T.

    Today I had to remove my Corsair H70 to RMA it back to Corsair. This meant that I had to revert all my overclock settings back to stock in the BIOS and run my i7 930 back at 2.6GHz. This was not a problem at all except that I noticed that BC2 started to freeze up and eventually CTD. I remember reading somewhere that this was usually due to a RAM issue and/or a CPU Voltage issue so I went into the Bios and checked the voltage. CPU voltage was running well under 1.000 volts.

    I upped it to 1.3000 and the DRAM voltage to 1.6 and presto!, the problem was gone. I find it very weird that BC2 can still crash running a totally stock setup and needs more juice to run stable. Anyone else getting this on their P6T?

    P.S. Please don't respond if you have a P6 T deluxe or anything other than the P6T. I'd like to hear from the P6T owners out there if there are any. This board for some reason seems quite rare.

    Cheers and thanks :)
     

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