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By loosening the timings, what would you recommend. Memory timings is where my brain turns to jello.
Something like 5-5-5-15. Just leave your advanced timings on auto.
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By loosening the timings, what would you recommend. Memory timings is where my brain turns to jello.
My RAM will do 5-5-5-15 at 3.6GHz. At 3.7GHz, the best I can seem to get is 5-6-6-16. Upping the voltage helps as well.
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was just wondering, with this motherboard... the GA-P35-DS3L.


did anyone install there cpu without having to pull down on the socket lever pretty hard? i put the cpu in (correctly of course) and closed the top then pulled down the lever to lock it, i felt like it was definitely going to bend some prongs on the motherboard, but knowing the cpu couldnt go in anyother way i did it... now everything works but knowing im going to make changes... hsf,thermal,new cpu's etc... i want to know if this is common?
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Mine wasn't too bad, but you do have to put some pressure on it. Since everything works fine then I wouldn't worry about it. You don't have to remove the CPU to put on thermal grease or a heat sink. At least I don't. If you use too much grease and it gets everywhere, then you might want to remove it and give it a thorough cleaning.
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Something like 5-5-5-15. Just leave your advanced timings on auto.
Well crap, that's where my timings were set, looks like I need to invest in faster memory. Probably this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227181
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So I had my q6600 overclocked, memory at default speed and timings, pci-e

set to 100 and it was running fine at 3.0ghz, and would fail stress testing at'

3.6ghz - but now...
I cannot even raise the fsb to 267 (from 266) I have updated BIOS to f8a,

tried using auto memory timings (my memory takes +.4v =2.2v), I can leave

everything on auto (pci-e freq, voltages, etc) I have the reduce core clock

features turned off, but when I raise the fsb at all the computer restarts starts

to post, but restarts and resets itself during memory testing
- I don't know

how it could be a memory problem though when I have tried default memory

settings and auto.... my computer has been like this ever since I came

back to college ( I built it over winter break and overclocked it on the last

night before I came back, but like I said it wasn't running at 3.6 so I went

back to defaults temporarily)

any help would be greatly appreciated, I just am dumbfounded as to why

ever since I came back to college I can't overclock, nothing changed!

I tried using a pair of ddr2 800 corsair xms2 5-5-5-12 but no luck, so maybe
PSU?!?
Try clearing your CMOS and see if that makes a difference.
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Mine wasn't too bad, but you do have to put some pressure on it. Since everything works fine then I wouldn't worry about it. You don't have to remove the CPU to put on thermal grease or a heat sink. At least I don't. If you use too much grease and it gets everywhere, then you might want to remove it and give it a thorough cleaning.
thanks for quick reply, pressure as in concern for the cpu/mobo? like did u question it at all?


also i notice in everest my temps are

cpu temp 30c
core 1 38c
core 2 38c

i sometimes catch them up in the 40's and 50's but they drop so quick im not sure whats going on, why do they fluctuate like that?

and is this the right core temps? if not ill open it back up and lay that thermal on a little better (i remember seeing a post that core temps were same as cpu temp so im wondering)
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on a c2d e6750 (for the temp question)
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on a c2d e6750 (for the temp question)
Seems high. Are you sure your heatsink is seated properly? Got thermal compound on your CPU? If you're using the stock HSF, double check the push pins. I've read tons of posts by people having trouble with temps only to find one or more of their push pins with the stock HSF weren't locked in.

I have the E6750 OCed to 3.6 GHz (see my sig for specs) and it idles at about 27C.
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Well crap, that's where my timings were set, looks like I need to invest in faster memory. Probably this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227181
Great sticks. People have been using them for a long time with excellent results.
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