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Thanks for the info Sin0822. I definitely had my suspicions it was related to how new these boards are and glad to hear my suspicions are confirmed.
Well this is the board I plan on getting but my inexperience with building and trouble shooting worries me lol. Computer Science Minors are utterly useless. I learned to code outdated website and use access -.-.
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anyways to get Turbo to work properly, you just need to set a max of 1333mhz RAm divider, if you set a higher divider you will need to manually enablke C states in BIOS. This was due to lack of compatiblity of some memory kits and C states during initial testing and BIOS programming, that is what GB told me. It shoudl be fine by now tho, try updating your BIOS, but don't use a BIOSoff GB's website, goto tweaktown.com and they have forums and then gigabyte section and then they always have the latest Beta BIOSes, try one.
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Thanks Sin0822! I had no clue Gigabyte put out bios builds outside their main site. I'm going to flash to the beta build f7d once my Prime95 run is done. I'm at about ~10hrs of Prime95 for 4.8Ghz @ 1.35v and I'm aiming for 24hrs. Got to love the NH-D14; my hottest core is only 63c thus far and doesn't appear to be getting any hotter.
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