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OK this was my first try on ANY intel board ever. Keep in mind I have a good idea where with processor performs and what my ram can do. The ONLY voltages I changed where RAM and CPU. Everything else is at auto.

My only concern is that I set this thing for 1.425vcore in the bios but both Asus programs are reporting 1.36 along with cpu-z at 100% load.

I think this looks promising.

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yea.. wait no ***? 1.425 in BIOS and it says 1.36 in cpu-z? :S you sure SpeedStep is disabled?
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My Hard Drive bench. I'm down one of my 4 in the RAID 1+0 but I don't think that hurts performance just redundancy. One of my Seagates died.
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looks good so far, theres something else with the voltage that I heard of but forgot whats it called you could ask cyberdruid. It has something to do with the voiltage and what it sets it at, very promising so far, tried anything else higher yet and the other ram dividers how are they doing on this board.

I must say thats really good for default voltages on the motherboard
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Another thing remember that without reading the voltage with a multimeter it could be getting detected to be off. Either in bios or windows. It could be either way also like a bios update may change that so what the voltage you have now is and would be 1.36 if you set it in bios. Its like getting a bios update and dropping or rising 10c in bios
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looks good so far, theres something else with the voltage that I heard of but forgot whats it called you could ask cyberdruid. It has something to do with the voiltage and what it sets it at, very promising so far, tried anything else higher yet and the other ram dividers how are they doing on this board.

I must say thats really good for default voltages on the motherboard
I just bumped it up to 490MHz FSB and kept the 5:6 divider for the moment. I'm really tired and have to be back up in 2.5 hours. I'm gonna try and get some sleep and I'll be back tomorrow to report what else I can find after I comb CD's thread.
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yea.. wait no ***? 1.425 in BIOS and it says 1.36 in cpu-z? :S you sure SpeedStep is disabled?
I looked through everything and killed all the the usual suspects but I'll make another go of it tomorrow morn.
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Good job, that rivals how easy my dfi was to get high fsb with, getting it stable right off the bat was another story but hey thats part of the fun right.

Yeah get some sleep looks like youve had enough fun for one day
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Couldn't help it, I wanted to check my memory out. I am surprised by the latency scores. I was getting much worse on my 680i with 4-4-4-5 timings at 1000mhz. Any ideas?


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Pssh keep going I wanna see 3.5 on that baby!!
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