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July 1, 2005, 1:55 am
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High guys, I've recently upgraded my main computer and for the most part it
is stable. I haven't overclocked it yet but I do intend to. But before I
do I'd like to figure out what is causing the random reboots. They do seem
to happen when I am transferring files from one place to another so I
thought it might be my ram, but I don't know. A couple times when windows
xp reboots it says that it recovered from a serious error or whatever and
that it was most likely a display driver problem. I have the latest
Catalyst drivers installed for my card so I don't know. I don't think it
could be overheating. My temps under full load in prime 95 are right around
38c and at idle are as low as 28c but typically around 30c. System temps
are around 29-30c at idle and around 34c full load in P95. vcore is 1.4
chipset is 1.5 and memory was 2.6v. But P95 wasn't stable for barely a
minute during the inplace large fft test but was stable in the blend test
for about half an hour. I decided to up the vdimm to 2.7 to see if that
would help and I ran P95 again (in place large fft) and this time it
appeared to be pretty stable. I stopped the test after one hour and there
were 0 errors or warnings. I know I have a lot more testing to do but I was
wondering if anyone here had experience with the dfi nf4 ultra-d using
g.skill samsung tccd 4400 LE with a venice core. I have found several good
web articles on using tccd with the dfi nf4 boards particularly in regards
to detailed memory settings in the bios, but I thought I'd check here as
Any how, here is my complete system specs:
AMD Athlon 64 3200+ 2.0 GHz Venice core Socket 939
DFI Lanparty UT nF4 Ultra-D Socket 939 nForce4 Ultra
G.Skill 1GB (2 x 512MB) 275 MHz DDR 550 PC 4400 Samsung TCCD
F1-3200DSU2-1GBLE 2.5-3-3-7 1T command rate and (200) 1:1 ratio.
Vandtec Iceberg DDR-A1C Copper RAM Heat Spreader x 2 (I have a 70 mm fan
blowing air across the sticks.)
Rosewill RX8XL-256PX Radeon X800 XL 256 MB GDDR3 PCI Express x16
Aspire ATX-AS520W SILVER ATX 520 W 34 Amp on +12v rail
Thermalright XP-90 with Thermaltake SilentCat 92 mm fan
Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound applied to cpu, graphics card and chipset
LG GSA-4160BI IDE DVD +/- RW / DVD-RAM Dual Layer Burner
2 x 160 GB Maxtor ATA 133 7200 RPM 8 MB Cache
Lian Li PC-V1000
Viewsonic KU 206 Keyboard with integrated 2 port USB 1.1 hub
Microsoft S+ARCK BI200001 Blue 2 tone 3 Buttons 1x Wheel USB Optical Mouse
CH Products Flight Sim Yoke USB
Ch Products Flight Sim Rudder Pedals USB
Rosewill RX30-U2FA 3.5" USB + IEEE 1394 External Enclosure with 200 GB
Western Digital ATA 100 7200 RPM 8 MB Cache
Linksys WRT54GS IEEE 802.11 b / g, 802.3 Wireless Broadband Router
Thanks in advance
Re: prime 95 stable with dfi nf4 and g.skill tccd and venice?
upping the vdimm to 2.7 seems to have worked. I was able to run p95 for
several hours yesterday evening perfectly stable so I began raising the htt.
I'm up to 2.4GHz now.
1T command rate
load = 40 max
idle = 30 ish
p95 still stable and memtest stable.
I'll be pushing the htt up slowly and will be testing along the way so I'll
post back with more results later.