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im with loud on this ... CPU and mobo are fine.. so is your RAM. 

 

 If your super concerned with increasing CPU and memory performance, the 771 upgrade is great..but you would need to be focusing on memory that will run 1:1 above 450mhz FSB to really start OCing a CPU. 775skt and P45 chipset will still give some decent bandwidth performance for gaming.. especially 1:1 @ 533FSB. ;) 

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Apparently the EP45-UD3P can't run RAM with a higher voltage than 1.8?...Guess I shouldn't get that RAM then.
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Apparently the EP45-UD3P can't run RAM with a higher voltage than 1.8?...Guess I shouldn't get that RAM then.

Who said that? I ran mine overclocked at 440MHz and 5-5-5-18 at 1.92v or something.
 
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I was talking about the Xeon X5460 redface.gif I really don't know how to tell which cpu coolers will be compatible/fit on it, especially since the xeon is made for 771 and my mobo is 775... :S

EDIT: this should do, right? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835186134

 

The socket number refers to the number of pins or metal contact points in the socket. Socket 775 has seven hundred and seventy five of them. Socket 771 has seven hundred and seventy one of them. The mod makes a socket 771 work as a socket 775 CPU.

 

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Apparently the EP45-UD3P can't run RAM with a higher voltage than 1.8?...Guess I shouldn't get that RAM then.

 

No, it ran put memory up way past 2.0V.

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it dont like to boot with RAMv over 2v at stock though.. so some DDR2 like CAS4 +1000mhz and CAS5 1200mhz, that need ~2.2v to boot at XMP, wont.. unless you manually set the voltage first.

 

*not really a big deal at all.. just some folks griped because their primo RAM wont POST by running XMP profile at default, until you set RAMv manually... :rolleyes:

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it dont like to boot with RAMv over 2v at stock though.. so some DDR2 like CAS4 +1000mhz and CAS5 1200mhz, that need ~2.2v to boot at XMP, wont.. unless you manually set the voltage first.

 

*not really a big deal at all.. just some folks griped because their primo RAM wont POST by running XMP profile at default, until you set RAMv manually... :rolleyes:

 

That must be why I never had any problems with the EP45-UD3P because I like to do everything manually.

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Still. Do the 771 upgrade before RAM. Obviously a new GPU is required for gaming. You'll need a better cooler regardless (any good LGA 775 cooler will do fine).

So that's where you're at. Better cooler, GPU, and possibly that 771 Xeon mod. A new hard drive couldn't hurt, and they're pretty cheap too.
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Still. Do the 771 upgrade before RAM. Obviously a new GPU is required for gaming. You'll need a better cooler regardless (any good LGA 775 cooler will do fine).

So that's where you're at. Better cooler, GPU, and possibly that 771 Xeon mod. A new hard drive couldn't hurt, and they're pretty cheap too.

I just realized this..

But Pioneer, how is my EP45-UD3P going? Haha smile.gif
 
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Still. Do the 771 upgrade before RAM. Obviously a new GPU is required for gaming. You'll need a better cooler regardless (any good LGA 775 cooler will do fine).

So that's where you're at. Better cooler, GPU, and possibly that 771 Xeon mod. A new hard drive couldn't hurt, and they're pretty cheap too.

I just realized this..

But Pioneer, how is my EP45-UD3P going? Haha smile.gif

Not well. My block doesn't sit right. sozo.gif
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Still. Do the 771 upgrade before RAM. Obviously a new GPU is required for gaming. You'll need a better cooler regardless (any good LGA 775 cooler will do fine).

So that's where you're at. Better cooler, GPU, and possibly that 771 Xeon mod. A new hard drive couldn't hurt, and they're pretty cheap too.

I just realized this..

But Pioneer, how is my EP45-UD3P going? Haha smile.gif
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Not well. My block doesn't sit right. sozo.gif

Aw, what kind of block are you using on it?

Sorry to be offtopic.giftongue.gif
 
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