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    Hi Deton:

    Only to said that the problem I have is in bios-power-acpi disable, a very simple problem who gives me a lot of work, but now everything runs fine and I achieve 5,9 in Windows Experience ( total). For the first time my hdd achieve 5,9, but only in Raid 0 and don't forget to enable ACPI in bios.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Famcra View Post
    Hi Deton:

    Only to said that the problem I have is in bios-power-acpi disable, a very simple problem who gives me a lot of work, but now everything runs fine and I achieve 5,9 in Windows Experience ( total). For the first time my hdd achieve 5,9, but only in Raid 0 and don't forget to enable ACPI in bios.

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    Great, you've solved the problem.
    Really, was it disable by default?
    TBH with you I never mess around with this setting before. I though you were using RAID 1. I'm using RAID 0 but I don't remember about touching the ACPI setting, got to double check on that but my Vista Index are all 5.9 from the start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neoxedok View Post
    its been 2 and a half hours now i did what you said and the current reading is 1.89v i dont understand why it still is climbing. so i reset the bios and redid the values agian. its back down to 1.55v and going back up it just wont stay at 1.50v
    Really?
    If you have fill out your system specification then I wouldn't have ask you this question.

    What is your PSU rating (wattage, amperage, maker....etc)?
    The only thing I can think of that is cause the fluctuation is poor quality PSU.

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    yeah its a cheap powersupply never heard of the manufacturer this was the information listed at the side:

    cheifmax
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    +3.3 /36a
    +5v/36a
    +12v n/a
    -12v 1a
    +5vsb 2a

    all my temp readings are right where i am comfortable with so maybe its the voltage isnt reading right cause if it was would the temps increase likewise?

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    I personally never heard of that brand.
    Is this the one you own?
    http://www.chiefmax.com/psu/cm650-24pin.php
    It's look like it has one 12v rail of 34A, this is an old PSU for old hardware. You have a good modern mobo and you're also overclocked as well. I think the PSU is the culprit here, by the way;
    what is your graphic card?

    What you can do is undo the overclock and check the voltage if it is still fluctuation. But I am sure the PSU here.

    Most mid range up to high end graphic cards require at least 24A on 12v rail from the PSU.

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    yeah that looks like what i have the powersupply.

    the runaway cpu pll voltage was when i reset and ran it at stock pentium d 3.4 800fsb.

    highest i ran that pentium was 4.400 gz but since i had the coolermaster hypertx2 didnt feel safe running it that high even tho the load temp never reached above 50c

    then i kicked it down to 4.335 and i feel safer with the temps right now my temps are:

    system right now overclocked to 4.335
    motherboard: 33c
    cpu 34c
    north bridge: 40c
    south bridge 44c
    pwm 38c

    stupid cpu pll @ 2.00v

    at stock or overclocked the cpu pll runs rampant and bios is set at 1.50v

    video card is ati x1650 pro

    i kno the cpu/video card are dated since it was a budget build and i needed a newer pc up and running as fast as i could and upgrade when cash would allow the only thing i didnt skimp on was the motherboard-not a hardcore gamer so i could get by.

    everything is gonna get replace from the psu/video/cpu to more powerful
    as long as what i have will play bluray and h264 this system works just fine.

    windows runs just fine the only way i even think might be wrong is if i open up everest or asus probe.
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    nothing wrong to mixed old hardware and new but when you overclocking then you should have a reliable PSU. Have you do stability stress test for at least of 8 hours straight?

    Normally, voltage fluctuation only a fraction but your is quite large. Eventually, the PSU will die unexpectly or cause system to crashes.

    Your temps is normal.

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    i used occt for 1 hour havent tested for 8 hours. the overvoltage happens when its not overclocked.

    if the cpu pll overvoltaged would the temp show that?

    windows is stable as its always been
    i had planned on getting a 4870 next friday but i may end up getting a new powersupply instead much sooner than i had anticipated

    i was just thinking since my current powersuppy is only connected with the 4 pin cpu and it doesnt have the 8pin that might be the cause. so guess i will be getting a new power supply that has the 8 pin connector.

    i been looking at the ultra x3 800 watt psu: is that a good powersupply? because i wanna run 4 western digital 640 gb alls in raid 0 and 2 4870s in crossfire with an additional western digital 1 terabyte with 4 gigs right now but 8-16 gigs when i eventually put on vista.

    will 800 be enough for all that or do i need to goto 1000 watts ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by neoxedok View Post
    i used occt for 1 hour havent tested for 8 hours. the overvoltage happens when its not overclocked.

    if the cpu pll overvoltaged would the temp show that?

    windows is stable as its always been
    i had planned on getting a 4870 next friday but i may end up getting a new powersupply instead much sooner than i had anticipated
    normally if the Vcore increases then you will see the CPU temp will affect but it's hardly show if the CPU PLL over voltaged.

    what you can do now is go into bios and increase the CPU PLL until the text changed to yellow and then red. Yellow colour indicating in the high zone and the red is extremely high, it's not save.
    This is to determine how much head room you have left before it hits the dangerous zone.

    The reason I suggested to have longer stability test because the temperatures will extremely hot when you have the system loaded for longer period of time. If the hardware can handle all the heat and load stress then you will be ok. 1hr OCCT is not enough.

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    thanks for all the help tonite

    did u see where i said my psu is connected with the 4 pin connector and not 8pin cause the psu doesnt have the 8 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neoxedok View Post
    thanks for all the help tonite

    did u see where i said my psu is connected with the 4 pin connector and not 8pin cause the psu doesnt have the 8 ?
    No I didn't see that, perhaps the reason that's cause PLL fluctuated?
    I guess you are ok for now becuase you are not using quad core processor.

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    i dont know i will be soon tho soon-now i dont know the order in which i should upgrade

    video card--cpu-powersupply
    powersupply-cpu-videocard

    even with that epu engine on at the maximum powersaving option the cpu pll is still increasing at stock values but its so quiet and the cpu temp now is in the low to mid 20s

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    Good to finally find some answer to the questions I've been wanting. OC'ing was the reason I bought this board. Although I'm relatively new to OC'ing, I do have SOME experience with my Intel D975XBX2 w/E6600.
    I just upgraded the cpu to a E8400 and looks like this is the site to be invovled with.
    Great work to Deton and all u guys. I'll be reading alot of post to see if I can get the max out of this cpu.
    But for now, I just want to get a stable 3.6
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    @ Neoxedok; Like you said you're not heavily on gaming then you should get the PSU first, second is CPU and GRFX is last.
    You can get a good 750W PSU for under $110USD, like this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817341011

    @ ndgred; welcome to PUREOC's MIIF Club. BTW, nice rig you have there.
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    Just want to say hey to everyone.
    I'm looking forward to tinkering with this motherboards BIOS tweeks.
    I recently went from an E6600 to E8400. I have 4x1GB of XMS2 PC6400C4 RAM at the time being, but I just ordered 2X2GB GSkill F2-8500CL5D, awaiting there arrival before I begin OC'ing.
    I have attempted some with the memory I have installed now,but Prime95 got an error after 6 hrs, and Intel Burn Test fails right away. Think it may be due to NB voltage. BTW, this was with only minimal settings off of Auto.
    Anyways, all are set back to default til the new memory gets here.
    Just wanted to let you all know how glad I am to find this site. I've been googling left and right to get answers on all the settings for MIIF.
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    ndgreg, if you have the problem with the bios setting and have any question about it later on please post the detail listing of your settings. So, it will be quick and easy to identify the problem instead of doing guessing work.

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