Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by W2hCYK, Jun 10, 2006.
I think our mailmen are dropping all our packages off at your house
Never brings me anything
Thanks guys just keep them coming I will set them up and have them folding for TPU in my name.
ASRock x58 extreme. It's so gay though because i just had a 21x multi with a perfectly stable over clock. Now i was trying 4.2 and i come back and load my 4.0 bios and it's at 20x and wont go to 21x.
Not sure about that I dislike ASrock boards. I've owned one and it failed in the first 6 months. i decided then I would never buy another one. Alot of people have good luck with them, I'm not one of those people.
BBB you need to order something before he will bring anything to you.
Thank you for the advice. I tried the 20 multi and all I seen is my bios start up page. As I wrote even 12x185 is no good. I used to do 190-193 x 21 with this chip/board but after a crash in the Gigabyte OC software while changing the blck from 190 to 133 I failing doing a decent OC. I might have overlooked a setting but I doubt it. But as I said, when I cool off I will push reset and start over.
Have you disabled speedstep/eist, it may show the 21 multi then
EDIT: Or keep the 20 multi and enable Turbo, speedstep and eist and it should go to 21 multi when under load and drop down when idle
Take notes. It helps figuring out what you did if you have to go back, like you are doing now.
Yeah many have nothing but good to say about them. I got my deal figured out though. All i had to do was clear cmos then reload and it worked.
Yeah it's always been disabled. I got it figured out though, just had to clear cmos and then reload BIOS.
It's a D stepping that has been runing fine at 190 x 21 for 45 days straight @ 1.28 V.
Edit: two MB/CPU treads I see.
That's exactly what im running except 191x21 at 1.28
Are you OC within the bios? are you using the gigabyte software to do your OC with.
I never had any luck unless I OC within the bios.
One step ahead of you man
Damn, your having no luck.I hate it when boards start to be flaky after running perfectly for so long.
Like you say, go grab a beer and cool off and then come back to it
Trying to remember...I think that I did the first step in BIOS and then did the rest in the GB software.
*going upstair and trying gb oc stofware*
Just test with the Easytune software and then transfer the settings to bios.I found that it works better that way.
I did all my clocking in my BIOS. Would you like me to post a pic of my BIOS settings? Im -bigadv stable.
@ Josh thx but I have OC'ed this chip in two different MBs for some time now and I can remember all the settings that used to work, in fact I only crashed it once in the x58a-ud5 until two days ago. I now repeat what have worked in the past - a slight OC in bios and small steps in the Easytune OC software.
+1 I do the same thing on most of mine also. I also take a screen shot of it and keep it for my records in case I ever had to set it backup again.
Oh alright, well hopefully it works and stays stable for ya
Yeah as Easytune dosnt load it's settings till after windows starts, then it can cause problems when booting with too high an overclock and not the proper settings in bios.
I save the settings in a profile file but when I uploaded my normal file it crashed...started again from 175x21 with 1 hour interval between steeps up - I will be back .
I hear my door bell ring again and much to my surprise I find boxes on my front porch...
Now I can get all of the new rigs running this weekend..
At this rate, USPS will assign you or own zip code very soon. It'll be so much easier for them to sort out packages for you.
Separate names with a comma.