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MSI P6N-FI SLI 650i replaces Gigabyte 965P-DS3; good result

Discussion in 'Overclocking' started by Phil, Non-Squid, May 25, 2007.

  1. I replaced the Gigabyte I bought last month used with a new P6N from MSI
    hoping that my audio problems, power delivery problems, and the forgetful
    BIOS problems would go away. They sure did. That board did great in OCing,
    was stable, but it had a host of other problems that made it an ideal
    candidate for being sold.

    So starting off with the MSI, I hit a FSB wall at 1200MHz and couldn't go a
    smidge over 1212MHz. Read that 1310MHz plus was good so I hit that up and
    booted fine into 1333x9. Just crashed in Orthos so I bumped Vcore up to
    ~1.33V and cut down the frequency to 1330x9. I have the memory locked at
    800 and will play with that a bit later. More details later (I have to send
    this out before the compy crashes).
     
    Phil, Non-Squid, May 25, 2007
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