Re: OK what is REALLY going on with the Lanparty NF4 series?
this particular board needs lots of attention and taming before it can produce. if one of your settings doesnt agree with the rest of the handful of your settings and the mem controller, your unstable. plug and play is definitely not its forte'. this is in part due to the individualness of the ondie mem controller on each cpu, paired with the chipset. the chipset itself should be ahead in the game, as nF3 was a staging ground.
you can even notice the difference from 02xx to 03xx in terms of stability. those 'quirks' are slowly dissappearing. DFI is trying their best (good on them) to tame the wild chipset that is nF4, hehe.
Last edited by pershoot; 03-13-2005 at 05:32 AM.
DFI LP DK 790FXB-M2RSH - 1/16 Beta
Phenom II X4 940 (CACVC AC 0850BPDW), 3.8GHZ (19x200) @ 1.46v (+150mv), NB: 2.6GHZ (x13) @ 1.3375v (11), HT: 2.6GHZ, CPU: P-1 state
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