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I tried to but the pc wouldn't boot. I think its an issue with this motherboard, im not sure.

Manual bios settings I used were

DRAM CAS# Latency - I set it to 4
DRAM RAS# Precharge - I set it to 4
DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay - I set it to 4
DRAM RAS# Activate to Precharge Delay - I set to 12
DRAM Write Recovery Time - Left at default 4

Put the recovery time at 6 and increase the ram voltage a tiny bit
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Put the recovery time at 6 and increase the ram voltage a tiny bit
I'll give it a go

Cheers
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And definitely flash to the latest bios as suggested before. That could be the problem
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Running the latest bios. I def think its the motherboard in general at the moment.



Thats the memory running at 4-4-4-12. It only works up to around 330-340 (something below 400 anyway) FSB. Might just have to deal with a lower overclock until another new bios comes out
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I'm pretty sure thats the FSB limit on that board

Can you not go to 400x9 with the ram 4-4-4-12 400/800mhz?
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I'm pretty sure thats the FSB limit on that board
Ive seen others pump it up to around 450 though

Mine runs stable at 400, its just the memory thats a pain!
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Do you have a NB voltage option in bios?

And a FSB termination voltage?
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Do you have a NB voltage option in bios?

And a FSB termination voltage?
Yeah I do! I've been raising them a bit. Had to do it to get 3.6GHz. Maybe try increasing them a bit more?
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Put them both up to max. Heat won't be a big issue

What about your RAM voltage, what is that set too? The working voltage for those sticks is 1.8 - 2.3v so you can go to 2.3v without worries
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post #20 of 26
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I'm pretty sure thats the FSB limit on that board

Can you not go to 400x9 with the ram 4-4-4-12 400/800mhz?
Few times I've tried that its not booted up. Maybe a case of the board needing a few more volts heh.

I've left the memory at 2.1-2.2 each time (2.1 is default setting). I'm not overclocking it so I don't see a reason why I'd need to push up voltage?

Ok I'll try the voltage tips - Thanks a lot for helping out Joeking!
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