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    Hanns-G are the gaming monitors from Hannstar. They manufacture their own panels. A Guy
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       #822

    A Guy said:
    Hanns-G are the gaming monitors from Hannstar. They manufacture their own panels. A Guy
    Cheers chap
    For the price they're really good, Better than my last LG one that cost twice as much lol.
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    Britton30 said:
    Be careful with the paste, some of the GPU dies are tiny and need only a touch.

    I gave up on that GPU it is going back to Visiontek ,also i had bigger fish to fry my system went Apesh*t

    Barley got it back to reality @Kelly Thanks Bro for all the help i was doing all that through my phone as both of my systems got that stupid error
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    Glad you got it worked out. Some issues such as the one you were having is really hard to narrow down and pinpoint.
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       #825

    kbrady1979 said:
    Glad you got it worked out. Some issues such as the one you were having is really hard to narrow down and pinpoint.

    I went through everything reseated GPU /CPU changed the order of Sata cables seem to help reconize the drives none of my fans came on from the fan controler so i am like wow wth

    So i had to re cable manage my build and start using the fan connectors on the board

    I just don't get how it went coo coo out of no where
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       #826

    Spent some time in the BIOS and got the voltage lowered a little bit. This is pretty close to how I had everything before I tried to hit 5.0 jiggahertz and restored factory defaults.

    Post Your Overclock! [2]-4.5ghz-ibt.jpg
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       #827

    kbrady1979 said:
    Spent some time in the BIOS and got the voltage lowered a little bit. This is pretty close to how I had everything before I tried to hit 5.0 jiggahertz and restored factory defaults.

    Post Your Overclock! [2]-4.5ghz-ibt.jpg
    Lol, the joys of heavy OC's Kelly! Glad you are back to normal, nice voltage and temps.
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    paulpicks21 said:
    kbrady1979 said:
    Spent some time in the BIOS and got the voltage lowered a little bit. This is pretty close to how I had everything before I tried to hit 5.0 jiggahertz and restored factory defaults.

    Post Your Overclock! [2]-4.5ghz-ibt.jpg
    Lol, the joys of heavy OC's Kelly! Glad you are back to normal, nice voltage and temps.
    Yes indeed I haven't gotten around to playing with the oc again what would be max safe temp for these chips it says TJmax 105c but I find that hard to believe

    I read somewhere under 85 is is considered great that is what I am shooting for which I am there but what would be safe for you guys I think voltage wise I think it's pretty good I felt 1.285 to 1.295 is too much riding on 1.3
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    ganjiry said:
    Nearly there,
    It would post but not boot with 5.0Ghz @ 1.488v bsod service exception. So i'll get the bottle up at some point and give the v-core another nudge lol. It's not good for my heart lol

    Here's the updated realbench if anyone wants it https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...Bench_v1.1.rar
    Ryan try FSB 205 /Multi 23.5

    LLC should be extreme /you can leave the other on auto if you are going .5 on the bus

    1.5 is the voltage for 5,0 ghz no matter what some 1.51 because it needs that extra to get over

    good luck with it you only need it to take a pic so keep a eye on temps and if you run a stability test and see it heating up let it go and save your self the bsod if the temps go over 61 to 62c lock up and bsod may occur that is the wall and the chip can't take anything over 60c so be careful
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       #830

    Are you still running a manual voltage, or an offset.....I can't remember. 4.7GHz @ 1.272 is great and as far as temps go, if it gets to 85 only when stress testing, you are good to go. Fire up Core Temp and let it idle for about 10 minutes, and then use your PC for something you do normally that will tax the CPU some and record both sets of temps. I'm betting you don't get past 60* except when you are stressing it.
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