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Help wanted:

Earlier today I set the CPU host to 400. My computer would not boot but Bios would reset. I turned off the Error Halt option. I upped one notch for both the NB and the FSB. Vcore was cranked to 1.375 or so when I had my E2200@400x8.

What's going on? Should I set the Vcore to like 1.5V?
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Originally Posted by Ralph Louie View Post
did you use a flash drive or floppy to flash it? and when copying to the flash drive, do you JUST copy the 1,024kb F8a file... or the 173kb Application and autoex ones too? Windows sees it fine but for some reason bios doesn't

Question.. what is this EasyTune 5 Pro? is it some sort of overclocking utility? How useful is it?
EasyTune is a program that comes with this motherboard that can be used to OC your system. I personally don't use it to OC but I do check it for temps since it seems to take its readings straight from the bios.

If you have a Giga-Byte motherboard, you can go to their website and download it for free.
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In reading through some boards I noticed that some of the Gigabyte boards (GA-P35-DS3L), are not the "standard" size of approx. 12" x 9.6" but is 12" x 8.3".

I ordered a Antec Solo case which I have not received yet. I would like to know if there are any issues such as the board flexing or not installing properly as it seems some of the standoff holes do not match the standard holes in many cases due to the narrower than normal width of the board.

Some reviewers have pointed this out in their reviews.

Thanks.
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Hi all! First, let me apologize if any / all of my answers are already in this massive thread. I've got a baby on the way this month, a 3 y/o, and work, so my time is extremely limited. (i'm sneaking a moment in at work to even write this if that tells you anything)

So, I haven't changed much. I did set the voltage option for the cpu to manual, and changed it to (1.5...something). CPU-Z showed the voltage at 1.32 or so. I noticed some "automatic" features, which made me think perhaps they needed to be disabled to actually push things? I was Orthos stable up to 270fsb, with the memory SPD set at 2.0. I tried increasing voltage on the cpu, but that didn't seem to help stability. Are there some other things I need to look to change or settings to enable/disable or something?

I'll answer questions as quickly as I'm able, and thanks in advance for any help!
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Originally Posted by mattc001 View Post
In reading through some boards I noticed that some of the Gigabyte boards (GA-P35-DS3L), are not the "standard" size of approx. 12" x 9.6" but is 12" x 8.3".

I ordered a Antec Solo case which I have not received yet. I would like to know if there are any issues such as the board flexing or not installing properly as it seems some of the standoff holes do not match the standard holes in many cases due to the narrower than normal width of the board.

Some reviewers have pointed this out in their reviews.

Thanks.
My mobo tray had mounting points that fit this board perfectly

From looking at the mounting points on that case on newegg I would say it'll mount up fine Infact I would bet $100 on it cause I just did a google search for ds3l antec solo and it showed me posts on other forums with peoples setups in their sig and several of them had - antec solo - ds3l - corsair 520HX - etc. etc.
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I have an E8200 arriving tomorrow with a GA-P35-DS3L. What BIOS settings should I toy with to stop them getting in the way of overclocking? Things like power management etc.
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Ah how this mobo is so great. =D
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Originally Posted by mattc001 View Post
In reading through some boards I noticed that some of the Gigabyte boards (GA-P35-DS3L), are not the "standard" size of approx. 12" x 9.6" but is 12" x 8.3".

I ordered a Antec Solo case which I have not received yet. I would like to know if there are any issues such as the board flexing or not installing properly as it seems some of the standoff holes do not match the standard holes in many cases due to the narrower than normal width of the board.

Some reviewers have pointed this out in their reviews.

Thanks.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ralph Louie View Post
My mobo tray had mounting points that fit this board perfectly

From looking at the mounting points on that case on newegg I would say it'll mount up fine Infact I would bet $100 on it cause I just did a google search for ds3l antec solo and it showed me posts on other forums with peoples setups in their sig and several of them had - antec solo - ds3l - corsair 520HX - etc. etc.
i can attest to that!
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Help wanted:

Earlier today I set the CPU host to 400. My computer would not boot but Bios would reset. I turned off the Error Halt option. I upped one notch for both the NB and the FSB. Vcore was cranked to 1.375 or so when I had my E2200@400x8.

What's going on? Should I set the Vcore to like 1.5V?
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