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Thanks dude but how did you get to F10.
i think he is using the 965P-DS3..it can't be the same board as you.I think he was responding to you saying your getting the DS3 next....and if i remeber right F10 is the latest for those...

F5 is 945P-S3
F8 is 965P-S3
F10 is 965P-DS3

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Hopfully i can get 3Ghz once i get me new board and good cooling.
    
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Hopfully i can get 3Ghz once i get me new board and good cooling.

for cooling i suggest this..

http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/cp...scnj1100p.html

idk where you live, so i just got this from their website...i have seen those sell for as low at $40...i hear they are great coolers..maybe one of the best air coolers around..


Looking forward to your new board man...let us know how things turn out..good luck
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sorry, he's right - I do have the DS3. get one mate, overclocking is a doddle!
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BTW i live in England can you find a good shop to buy that cooling and a 956P S3/DS3. Thanks for all the help dude.
    
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Anyone know how high of an overclock I should go for with a Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme?
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BTW, how do i install case fans, do i need to have slots in me case pre built or do i just drill little holes in it.
    
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BTW, how do i install case fans, do i need to have slots in me case pre built or do i just drill little holes in it.
You should have slots for your fans but if you don't, you can just drill some holes or somehow modify your case to stick some fans in em.
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you could also install fans in your empty slots under your vga...I can fit a 120mm fan exhausting air...It helps...

Just keep in mind you want to pull all your air in from ANY direction except the rear of the case...Save the rear of the case for fans that will exhaust the air..
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hello I know im abit late on this subject but I have recently brought the exact same items and seem to be having the same problems.

e4300 chip
ga-945p-s3 (rev1.0)
Corsair 1GB DDR2 XMS2-5400C4 TwinX
Hyper type m 580w psu
secondhand x1900xt 256 meg

I wanted to get to about 2.7-3ghz with the overclock but have too found problems.
I am at 2.6 at the mo with fsb set to 290 and ram at 1.5 and stock voltage on everything.

I find if I raise the ram to 2.0 then it wont boot. Ive tried more voltage in the ram but find I have to put 0.4volts to get it to boot. I dont wont to run my ram at +0.4v so have cut the ram back to 1.5

I have updated the bios to F5 (the latest version) but have tried f2 and f4 aswell.

Any ideas why the ram wont boot with a multiplier of 2 above 220 fsb?
I can run the ram with a multiplier of 2.66 at standard fsb (200)

Starting to wish I brought the 965p now.
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