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    Default Re: New OCZ SSD - Expert advice requested

    Passed 11 passes of Test #5.
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    3.20B multi, everything on auto except DRAM timings.
    ET6 reports CPU 1.168v, DRAM 1.984-2.0v, +3.3v 3.344v, +12V 12.239v
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    Default Re: New OCZ SSD - Expert advice requested

    Excellent start!!
    Be sure to include EasyTune6 --> TUNER tab --> ADVANCE tab --> VOLTAGE tab (only the Voltage tab is needed) with your next screen-shot.

    If there are any Prime95 errors, include the Prime95 window that shows which worker thread(s) failed. This will also let us know which FFT test failed and how long each worker thread ran until an error occurred. An overnight test is best where the test can run 6 - 10 hours or longer. If a single error occurs, stop the test and post a screen-shot like your first screen-shot, and include ET6 and the Prime95 window.

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    The ET6 Dram Voltage is below the allowed 2.20 - 2.25 values. If your stress test completes without errors, leave it where it is for now. If there are errors, manually set the voltage to 2.10 or 2.20 volts and retest. We can always lower the voltage later and test again after your system is stable. If you need to increase the voltage, save settings, exit, and reboot into the bios PC Health screen and note what the Dram voltage is in this screen.
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    Default Re: New OCZ SSD - Expert advice requested

    blend or large ffts?

    and I'll have to run prime tomorrow as the pc is in our bedroom for the moment and the mrs can't sleep with it on... 5x120mm fans, a 140mm and the Zalman at full blast isn't too quiet... Haha.


    also wanting to confirm you want me running the primes at stock CPU and 3.20B multi for 1066 Ram?
    Thanks for your help again sir!
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    Default Re: New OCZ SSD - Expert advice requested

    Yes, test with 1066MHz with the 3.20B multiplier, until your system passes both Prime95 tests.
    My personal preference is to run the Blend test first, followed by the large FFT test.
    The large FFT test is a more demanding memory test, and the Blend test runs a wider variety of FFT sizes which works more of a balance between cpu and memory.
    If your Prime95 tests are error free, feel free to rigorously test your system with the most demanding games or applications you have.
    Check my added DRAM voltage comments in post #22.

    Glad to help out, keep up the good work.
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    Default Re: New OCZ SSD - Expert advice requested

    just passed 6 hours of blend and large ffts. No errors. With your help I can definately dial her in! And hopefully it was the bios and not the ram...

    another note- highest temp was 55c on one core, I may apply new TIM, the as5 I have on here is at least 2 years old.
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