Originally Posted by synge
I know that, but I got the CPU & MB that I did at a ridiculously low price (got to love pricing errors!) and it's what I could afford. I'm just looking to make the most of what I have.
I'm not sure if you can do it with 4 Dimms, but here's something to try.
NB - 2400Mhz
HTT - 2400Mhz
DRAM 2133 9-11-11-27 1T 1.485v
That divider may not work on that board. so you may have to settle with,
DRAM 2000Mhz 9-11-11-27 1T 1.475v
You'll have to adjust your CPU multi cause raising the FSB will change the CPU Frequency too.
What, it's the same process as ASUS with different names. I'll get around do it, but keep in mind the literal only changes I've done are:
1) Up CPU PLL to 2.695
2) Up CPU Vcore to 1.5v
3) Up LLC setting to High
4) Up CPU Multi to 25
That's it, I had my 5Ghz since 2 hours after I got home with the chip.
Doesn't Gigabyte use offset Voltages though? It's just so hard to explain.Edited by ComputerRestore - 2/12/13 at 1:48pm