Hello BIOS guru's and enthusiasts, I have a Gigabyte 970A-D3 mobo that I bought in Sept of '11 and have had several different CPU's in it over that time. The main issue with it (after I added a VRM heatsink that is) is the inability to get the RAM set at the speed that it's rated to run at. If I set that MEM setting to 1866, it jumps the FSB to a whopping like 240 and lowers the ratio/CPU but that causes problems instantly and it has never booted when I have used that function. I just want to use the ratio or mild fsb to OC the cpu, and separately just simply set the memory to 1866. Is that possible? I know that if I change the fsb, the it changes many other things, but simply running at the stock "turbo" CPU speed is fine with me if I just could set the memory to 1866 and 1.65 volts.... Maybe it's just time to dump off this board, or just run the dang memory at 1600...???
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9/8/13 at 3:59pm