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Originally Posted by Hellsrage View Post

So far I'm at 4.6 but I plan to go up higher(as high as temps will allow). I'll have to use just the multiplier though as it seems my particular CPU/Motherboard dislikes FSB overclocking.


Youre right.CPU socket and nb temps are my concern too....Have you tried bumping down your nb frequency or voltage to get lower temps?
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When will Gigabyte relase new BIOS for UD-5 REV 3.0 ??
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Well the spectrum is disabled by default on this boards, at least the previous versions of the rev 3.
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My nb temp shoot up oc'ng my procie at 4.6ghz, Ive seen these on the net, don't know what brand it might be...Guys have any idea what brand and does this item still exist in the market.
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My nb temp shoot up oc'ng my procie at 4.6ghz, Ive seen these on the net, don't know what brand it might be...Guys have any idea what brand and does this item still exist in the market.

That's why most argue about the truly being the NB temp (including myself) because an OC shouldn't affect it THAT MUCH.

I don't have any info on that HS but I don't think that would fit if you have a GPU and an aftermarket cooler on your CPU.
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That's why most argue about the truly being the NB temp (including myself) because an OC shouldn't affect it THAT MUCH.

I don't have any info on that HS but I don't think that would fit if you have a GPU and an aftermarket cooler on your CPU.



I agree it would not fit into the mounting holes of a ud3, and if these comes with mounting bracket still wont fit, its an old item. but, I could use a 3m double adhesive tape to mount this...Whats you're load nb temp BTW?
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Is there any way to get 4 sticks of 1866 memory to run in Dual channel besides overclocking the FSB ?
I have 4 - 4GB sticks of Crucial 1866 and anytime I try anything higher than 8 on the memory multiplier it won't work.
Nothing seems to work other than raising the FSB to 233 and then raising the voltage on the NB.
When I do this BF3 always crashes and I get a little instability.
Is there something else I can try ?
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I agree it would not fit into the mounting holes of a ud3, and if these comes with mounting bracket still wont fit, its an old item. but, I could use a 3m double adhesive tape to mount this...Whats you're load nb temp BTW?

Usually around 58-64 with my current OC.
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Originally Posted by SeriousTom View Post

Is there any way to get 4 sticks of 1866 memory to run in Dual channel besides overclocking the FSB ?
I have 4 - 4GB sticks of Crucial 1866 and anytime I try anything higher than 8 on the memory multiplier it won't work.
Nothing seems to work other than raising the FSB to 233 and then raising the voltage on the NB.
When I do this BF3 always crashes and I get a little instability.
Is there something else I can try ?

I depends on your CPU IMC mainly.
Try using the EOCP to set it automatically for you.
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