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    Default Re: Overclocking the P55-UD4P / i7860

    If it posts, but windows wont start do you freeze there or get a BSOD? If BSOD what error code 0x00000000?

    You may just need a bit more voltages.

    eSATA, do you have latest Drivers installed? Let me grab your manual, those may be controlled by the J.Micron controller thus you would need the proper AHCI Driver installed and that controller set to AHCI

    I'll post back in a sec in case you are reading this now

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    Yeap, eSATA is controlled by the J.Micron chips, one sec and I will link you to the drivers

    Here is the drivers you need

    // [Package Description]
    // RX.XX.XX - Driver would get eSATA setting from BIOS/Option Rom.
    // RX.XX.XX_eSATA - Driver would report all Device connected as Removable Device with WriteCache Enabled.
    // RX.XX.XX_eSATA_WriteCacheDisabled - Driver would report all Device connected as Removable Device with WriteCache Disabled.
    // RX.XX.XX_No_eSATA - Driver would report all Device connected as Fix Device.
    //
    ftp://driver.jmicron.com.tw/jmb36x/XP_Vista_Win7/

    Then of course you must enable them in the BIOS
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    First, on Windows starting. A couple of times, the Windows 7 splash screen simply hung. A couple of other times, I got blue screens. I didn't notice which code it was; when I try again, I'll increase the voltages (I was up to 1.4V) and make a note of it.

    And second, I'm installing the drivers now; thanks for doing the work that I should have done myself!

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    Good luck, keep us posted on how things go. And yes, always try more voltage

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    I downloaded R1.17.51_02_eSATA.zip from that page, and it works like a champ. I am running Windows 7, and have been lulled into thinking that it either has, or can find, all of the drivers it needs.

    Thanks!

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    Ahh, never trust an OS to get your drivers, always get direct! Be sure to remember that when you are downloading windows updates. Like for example if windows updates offers a RealTek driver do not use it, and hide it so you don't forget later

    Glad you got it working now!

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    I tried 200 * 21 - 4.2 GHz again. I cranked the VCore up to 1.425, and it got Windows to boot. But Prime95 crashed it within 3 or 4 seconds, with a blue-screen error 00000124.

    How high do you think I would need to get VCore in order to run 4.2 GHz stable? I am pretty happy with 4.0 GHz stable at 1.36V.

    Thanks.

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    InterMurph, good to see someone else putting this board to the test. I have taken about the same route as you have but I'm still waiting for a cooler. Thanks for the updates.
    P55-UD4P - i7860 - Patriot Inferno 120GB SSD - 1600Mhz Mushkin 7-8-7-20 - 3 WD 640GB Black
    880GMA-UD2P - X6 1055T CPU - Patriot Inferno 120GB SSD - GSkill 1333 8-8-8-21 - 2 500GB WD Black
    2 or 3 other systems I like to play with and a laptop

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    What cooler are you waiting for? One that hasn't been released yet?

    The only one I could tell for sure would support the 1156 socket is the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus. It seems to be working great.

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    I am using the Coolermaster TX3 and it's GREAT for $15. Direct touch heat pipes and all. It and the 212 were all I could find for 1156. The place I got my gear from only had the TX3.

    But yes, I'm just waiting until some brackets come out for the Xigmatek S-1283 or Tuniq tower. Something very good. I have not checked for a few days, maybe some have come out. I doubt it. It will take a few weeks is my guess.

    I had not seen this one yet. I wonder how it is. Not much better than the TX3.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835887023

    Does the 212 have direct touch pipes?
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    P55-UD4P - i7860 - Patriot Inferno 120GB SSD - 1600Mhz Mushkin 7-8-7-20 - 3 WD 640GB Black
    880GMA-UD2P - X6 1055T CPU - Patriot Inferno 120GB SSD - GSkill 1333 8-8-8-21 - 2 500GB WD Black
    2 or 3 other systems I like to play with and a laptop

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