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Are your mem volts set at the brand names defaults?
I got blue screens when I first ffirst time for my ram, then rebooted into bios and loaded my memory voltages to there defaults for mine is 2.2, and everythong was ok from there
Yea, my RAM is rated at 2.0V and the motherboard defaulted to 5-5-5-15 with 1.8V I believe but I changed that after I got it up and running. Right now it is at the rated 4-4-4-15 @ 2.0V
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Benny99 brought up something interesting in this thread:

http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...time-boot.html

Is anybody else running vista with this board and notice takes some time to load vista?
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alright, installed my new e8400. It's still stock settings, with messed up temps. Core temp reports temps at 39 idle, 42c orthos load. Everest reports the sames temps for my cores, but 47 idle, 57 load for the actual cpu. Real temp 1.0 lists my core temps at 29c idle, 32c load. Should I be concerned? Any ideas and or suggestions?
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No. E8400 is messed up at stock voltages. Don't worry. RealTemp is trying to get there, but it's not the holy grail of temp monitors. As long as vCore looks good, you're aces.
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Yea, my RAM is rated at 2.0V and the motherboard defaulted to 5-5-5-15 with 1.8V I believe but I changed that after I got it up and running. Right now it is at the rated 4-4-4-15 @ 2.0V
one thing that i believe is that if you tighten up your ram to 4-4-4-8 or 12 with 1t is much better than 4-4-4-15

see what other's say.
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one thing that i believe is that if you tighten up your ram to 4-4-4-8 or 12 with 1t is much better than 4-4-4-15

see what other's say.
I'm not sure if my RAM would be stable at those timings, but when i was going through the RMA process with my old sticks of RAM with OCZ they told me to bump the voltage up to 2.1 and 2.2V to see if it would do anything and it actually made Orthos report an error quicker than when I had it just on 2.0V. I did want to try to get my RAM running at 1t but I guess that will have to wait until after I get everything error-free.
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Well so far so good at 3.4 (400x8.5) with 1.25v vcore. Here are my current settings:

vcore: 1.25v
nb: 1.4
sb: 1.5
1.2ht: 1.3
vtt: 1.55

How much fsb do you think I could increase with 1.45v nb max? I'm getting some temp monitors, but until then I'm not going over 1.45v nb so I don't kill my board.
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@mica3speedy

set vcore to 1.34-1.36v
dont need so much v on NB, lower it to 1.35, max 1.40v
1.2ht max 1.25v, 1.30v is less stable
and why 8.5 multi?.
set it 425 or higher x9 and enjoy
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well it was 8.5x400 to match my ram which is currently at 400x2, so it's 1:1.
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Any chance to use a Q9450 on ASUS P5N32-E SLI? I think not, right?
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