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Originally Posted by dleccord View Post
kick it up a notch on the ram voltages.
thanks but i fixed it problem but i have a new problem now

i oced my sytem 9*333 1,375V. it stabled. after i tryed 8*400 1,4V +1 fsb +1 gmch +1 ddr2 after it dont boot up and stable. i back to 3ghz but fsb wasnt changed. i change it on bios. 333 but in boot screen write 9*200. then i log in bios there write 9*333 but it dont start with 333. it started with 200

i tryed bios update, clear cmos and take off all usb but i cant fixed it.

anybody help me about this problem?*
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going to place a 40mm fan on the northbridge with screws or hotglue. is it worthwhile to remove NB HS, clean it and replace the compound underneath or best to leave it? rememebr reading somewhere that someone had opened it and found good compound and said it wasn't necessary... plz advise.
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i dont think. if this problem cause hot , why i dont do underclock. what i do fsp(150-350) anything change it started all time 200.

and i have a good cooling system.
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anybody have a think about my problem?*
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Junior, you seem to be having the same problem that I do. I can change all my OC settings except for the FSB. When I change the FSB under or over the stock voltage (333 in my case) the board will do a double boot and start with the stock voltage. I can change memory timings and everything just fine.

I haven't found a solution to this problem, so I'm just over clocking using EasyTune5 through windows. This certainly isn't the best solution, but gets the job done for now.
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Originally Posted by losttsol View Post
17C idle is plenty cool, probably less than ambient.
Thanks, I should probably mention that I keep my case right next to the window in the winter time to bring in cooler air, which it definitely was yesterday.

My case:
Thermaltake Tsunami Dream, has 1x120mm fan blowing in (bottom front) and one blowing out (top rear) plus a 90mm fan on the side blowing in centered over the NB and Ram and also blows in front of the CPU cooler fan, which blows straight out the rear 120mm fan. A very well designed case in my opinion.

I feel that the lower CPU temp is due to the 45nm and the ZEROtherm, which is a massive HS. I will Prime95 stress test it over night tonight and see what the temps hit and post those for comparison.

Looking forward to OC my machine this week now that I have all my drivers installed and every thing else ready to go.

One question though, I have an original Sound Blaster Audigy card from my old machine, I am thinking of using it again because this motherboards on board audio messes up my 4.1 speaker setup, no rear speaker sound. Anyone else have this problem or know fi the Audigy card is better? thanks.
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On board HD audio drivers question?

I was reading on the Newegg comments for this board that Windows automatically installs its own drivers when XP/Vista is setup for the first time which will intefer with the drivers that comes with the motherboard. The person that posted that comment says to uninstall the windows drivers and then install the drivers that come with the motherboard. Does anyone know anything about this? Because I am having issues hearing sound from my RL and RR speakers in my 4.1 setup and i did not uninstall any Windows sound drivers, any help is greatly appreciated.
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On board HD audio drivers question?

I was reading on the Newegg comments for this board that Windows automatically installs its own drivers when XP/Vista is setup for the first time which will intefer with the drivers that comes with the motherboard. The person that posted that comment says to uninstall the windows drivers and then install the drivers that come with the motherboard. Does anyone know anything about this? Because I am having issues hearing sound from my RL and RR speakers in my 4.1 setup and i did not uninstall any Windows sound drivers, any help is greatly appreciated.
I've seen a few posts on other forums with people having troubles getting the HD audio to work and it seems the workaround that you mention is what they end up having to do. I had no troubles installing XP, then the mobo drivers, but I only have 2.1 sound hooked up on my rig, so I don't know what to tell you on it.
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I've seen a few posts on other forums with people having troubles getting the HD audio to work and it seems the workaround that you mention is what they end up having to do. I had no troubles installing XP, then the mobo drivers, but I only have 2.1 sound hooked up on my rig, so I don't know what to tell you on it.
Ok, well the 2.1 of my 4.1 works perfectly fine... , but I want the other half to work as well. It is nice to know that I wasn't the only one having this issue so I look forward to trying this out when I get home. Thanks for posting.
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Any suggestions or are these settings fine?

Intel C2D E6300 1.86GHz - 3.01GHz
2GB G.Skill DDR2-800 - 860MHz

RAM Timings: 5-6-6-16 (2T)
VCore: +1.45V
FSB: +0.1V
DDR2: +0.2V
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