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I have reset CMOS, but I still cannot raise the fsb at all - even 267 (from 266)

will cause the system to hang while it does the memory test during post.

I have tried using different configs of auto settings and fully manual...

I have tried using different memory, but still same problem.

I don't think the board is damaged because it runs fine at stock and I can

run 4-4-4-12 memory timings (which is default given 2.2V) I am just frustrated!
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I'm pretty set on buying this board... The price is right and I've heard good things about its ocing abilities.... But while crusing the web I found this review http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mai...35-ds3l_9.html in this review their GA-P35-DS3L melted its four-pin ARX12V while ocing their q6700. I was wondering if anyone had experienced anything along these lines?
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Originally Posted by SgtSpike View Post
Voltage @ 470FSB was stock... I think I may have had to raise it up to +.1v for stability though. I'll try and remember to check what it's set at when I get home today.

Voltage @ 535FSB was +.3v, as NP2H pointed out.
do you think my e2200 is capable of a fsb like that? mid 400s?
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AYM2k, that's weird. I'm out of ideas. Hopefully someone else can give you a few things to try.

Neb: that link you posted is the first I've ever seen of anything like that. Could be the PSU they used.
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Originally Posted by Coelocanth View Post
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.
what is your core temps?

i opened it and changed the hsf placement and got it locked in better and its like 27c cpu temp

but the core temps still idle at like 35c... is this normal or should i keep messing around?
post #1416 of 4644
i've ran into a new problem if someone could help


i updated the bios, to f8a and now when i boot up i hear a beep right before the monitor turns on, i tried going back to f7 but its still there


im not 100% sure it wasnt there to start with...


i figured it was because the initial video was set on pci, i changed that to peg for pci-express but it still beeps, just a short beep for like a second but does it mean something? let me know. thanks!
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what is your core temps?

i opened it and changed the hsf placement and got it locked in better and its like 27c cpu temp

but the core temps still idle at like 35c... is this normal or should i keep messing around?
I use Core Temp to monitor my temps, and it doesn't have a separate reading called 'cpu temp'. It simply monitors each core and reports the temps separately. They're each at about 25 or 26C idle.

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i've ran into a new problem if someone could help


i updated the bios, to f8a and now when i boot up i hear a beep right before the monitor turns on, i tried going back to f7 but its still there


im not 100% sure it wasnt there to start with...


i figured it was because the initial video was set on pci, i changed that to peg for pci-express but it still beeps, just a short beep for like a second but does it mean something? let me know. thanks!
According to the manual, 1 short beep indicates a successful system boot.
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I'm pretty set on buying this board... The price is right and I've heard good things about its ocing abilities.... But while crusing the web I found this review http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mai...35-ds3l_9.html in this review their GA-P35-DS3L melted its four-pin ARX12V while ocing their q6700. I was wondering if anyone had experienced anything along these lines?
yeah me too. im gonna buy this board soon too
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Originally Posted by Coelocanth View Post
I use Core Temp to monitor my temps, and it doesn't have a separate reading called 'cpu temp'. It simply monitors each core and reports the temps separately. They're each at about 25 or 26C idle.



According to the manual, 1 short beep indicates a successful system boot.
oh thanks man, i couldnt find it in the manual, as for core temp i noticed core temp is just about the same as everest on core temps, the things i said were at like 35... ive done everything and cant get them down that low, i notice in the bios theres alot of things that make it go up, is there something i could do to make it go lower?

hsf is on good, artic silver 5 is on good
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Quote:
Originally Posted by AYM2k View Post
I have reset CMOS, but I still cannot raise the fsb at all - even 267 (from 266)

will cause the system to hang while it does the memory test during post.

I have tried using different configs of auto settings and fully manual...

I have tried using different memory, but still same problem.

I don't think the board is damaged because it runs fine at stock and I can

run 4-4-4-12 memory timings (which is default given 2.2V) I am just frustrated!
Have you tried doing "reset to default settings" in the BIOS itself? I've seen that help a couple of people... Try it and let us know.
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Originally Posted by dleccord View Post
do you think my e2200 is capable of a fsb like that? mid 400s?
Not at the default multiplier. You'll want to lower your multi to 8x or 9x to achieve a 400mhz FSB, cause at your default multi you'd be running 4.4ghz!
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