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This is interesting - I'm looking at the same CPU/Mobo combination and I'd like to see how it performs
    
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Originally Posted by lightsource
How did you update your BIOS? Through Windows or with a floppy.

Becuase I REALLY Don't want to setup my floppy drive.
Windows... I dont have a floppy.

Just make sure to use the @BIOS from CD because the one the Gigabyte site is fooked.
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Windows... I dont have a floppy.

Just make sure to use the @BIOS from CD because the one the Gigabyte site is fooked.
Will do. Thnx
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do u have f5 or f4 bios.. and some of the options listed on your pics dont show on my bios
i have f4.
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do u have f5 or f4 bios.. and some of the options listed on your pics dont show on my bios
i have f5.
F4E BIOS... ON the main menu of BIOS press Ctrl + F1 and then when you go into them you should see the extra options.
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2450 now 50C on stock cooling.

thanks a lot man u have helped me a lot. I will download the test programs and go a little higher on the OC
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what might help is to gt a newer northbrifge cooler, I have the same setup on mine and i have it up at 3.5, well almost. but what you need to do is cool down the northbridge on the Ds3, try and touch the heatsink now whithout the cooler. you will burn yourself.
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post #18 of 76
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he he man we seem to have the same set up from RAM MObo and CPu.

How big should i get the cooler 40mm? 80mm?

It did burn me lol

i am impressed at the patriot ram.

Hey so what speed, volt and timings do u have on the ram
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post #19 of 76
Quote:
Originally Posted by roy956
he he man we seem to have the same set up from RAM MObo and CPu.

How big should i get the cooler 40mm? 80mm?

It did burn me lol

i am impressed at the patriot ram.

Hey so what speed, volt and timings do u have on the ram
The cooler on the northbridge is 40mm
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835116018
great product.
And my timings on the ram are 4-5-5-12. I only had to bump the voltage .2 from 1.8 and i was running at 996. Amazing RAM, and barley even warm to the touch. I was lucky though, i know for a fact that every damn stick can hit 800mhz on stock timings and MABYE a bump in voltage.I was lucky i could get it up stable, its all luck, same with my mobo. I am so happy as to how ucky i got haha.
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post #20 of 76
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That is the same ram i have i will trey out your specs and buy that cooler

thanks
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