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Old 04-19-2008, 06:18 AM
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Attached are CPU-z screenshots (and RealTemp screenshot just after installing Real Temp - have not yet run OCCT).
Why is the ram voltage shown at 1.8 on the CPU-z memory tab screen when we applied an additional .3V in the bios to bring the ram up to 2.1V?
No joy on MemTest after disconnecting power to hard disks.
Raid drivers still attempt to load before CD access then system hangs with the message "loading ..." as described in the thread referenced in my last post.
The option to disable the raid controllers in the bios and degrade the arrays is unappealing unless we are stalled in the effort to reach 4GHz without feedback from MemTest.
Why the increase to the (G)MCH OverVoltage Control (Southbridge?) by +01?
Just trying to understand the thought process.
Thanks again.
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