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Hey I'm about to do my first OC... Looking for advice while I wait for my heatsink I ordered.
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Any tips on this specific mobo would be gnarly
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i wanted to get a new mobo and i dont know what to get.. i wanted to get the p35-ds3L model but they got the p35-ds3 without the L at the end.. is there a difference?? and they have like revision 1 and 2...2.1.... and what about p35-ds3R?? can anyone help?? which gigabyte mobo in the p35 set is best?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by theduck View Post
I'm a newbie to OC'ing because I Dell'd it for my last 2 PCs. Got tired of their crap & after my mobo died & they wanted to charge me $300+ for a new one, I decided to build my own.

I bought the best parts my budget would allow & I now want to OC my system. Only thing is, the more I read, the more "worried" I get about frying my brand new system and there isn't any single post with all of the BIOS settings required for any specific type of OC'ing.

I was hoping you guys could help. I know this is going to come off as a lazy person's request, but really it's more of a "becoming exhausted with researching " and now it's time to ask the pros question.

Could you guys look at my list of parts & tell me what you think would be the optimal BIOS settings (the more detailed the better because what worries me most is missing a setting like increasing some component's voltage or turning off a specific setting that would seem obvious to someone who's done this before)

I'm not looking to OC much, just wanted to squeeze a bit more out of my system than the 2.2ghz stock (2.7ish would be great, 3.0ish would be more than awesome).

My Parts:

--Intel E4500 2.2GHz (stock FSB Setting: 200)
--GA-P35-DS3L Rev.2
--Arctic Freezer 7 Pro
--4GBs GeIL Ultra DDR2 800MHz (1.9V-2.3V, 4-4-4-12 stock timing)
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--Coolermaster RC690 Case with 5 Total Case Fans (came with 3, added 2 more myself)

Again, I'm sorry for coming off as a lazy person but I'm a bit overloaded with info right now and don't really know what to do. I've got all of the programs DLed (orthos, cpuz, speedfan, etc.), just need to know what settings to adjust in my BIOS (increasing voltages somehow scares the hell out of me). I think after seeing a few responses, it'll somehow bring all the random bits of OCing info I'm still trying to digest.
If you bump your FSB up to 266 that'd give you dang near 3 Ghz. You should be able to do it with all stock settings (volts wise). I just bought that heat sink too lol hope it works well for both of us.

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Originally Posted by theduck View Post
I'm a newbie to OC'ing because I Dell'd it for my last 2 PCs. Got tired of their crap & after my mobo died & they wanted to charge me $300+ for a new one, I decided to build my own.

I bought the best parts my budget would allow & I now want to OC my system. Only thing is, the more I read, the more "worried" I get about frying my brand new system and there isn't any single post with all of the BIOS settings required for any specific type of OC'ing.

I was hoping you guys could help. I know this is going to come off as a lazy person's request, but really it's more of a "becoming exhausted with researching " and now it's time to ask the pros question.

Could you guys look at my list of parts & tell me what you think would be the optimal BIOS settings (the more detailed the better because what worries me most is missing a setting like increasing some component's voltage or turning off a specific setting that would seem obvious to someone who's done this before)

I'm not looking to OC much, just wanted to squeeze a bit more out of my system than the 2.2ghz stock (2.7ish would be great, 3.0ish would be more than awesome).

My Parts:

--Intel E4500 2.2GHz (stock FSB Setting: 200)
--GA-P35-DS3L Rev.2
--Arctic Freezer 7 Pro
--4GBs GeIL Ultra DDR2 800MHz (1.9V-2.3V, 4-4-4-12 stock timing)
--Thermaltake Purepower 500W PSU
--ATI X1650pro 256MB Video Card
--Coolermaster RC690 Case with 5 Total Case Fans (came with 3, added 2 more myself)

Again, I'm sorry for coming off as a lazy person but I'm a bit overloaded with info right now and don't really know what to do. I've got all of the programs DLed (orthos, cpuz, speedfan, etc.), just need to know what settings to adjust in my BIOS (increasing voltages somehow scares the hell out of me). I think after seeing a few responses, it'll somehow bring all the random bits of OCing info I'm still trying to digest.
Memory multi to 2.00
Then just start upping the FSB in small increments (10mhz). When it no longer boots to Windows, up the voltage on your processor, FSB, or MCH.

Other than that, just try it out, and post here when you have problems. It's actually pretty hard to break anything overclocking. You have to way overheat or overvolt something to completely kill it.
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Anyone get AHCI in XP working by slipstreaming yet?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jinja_ninja View Post
You sometimes gotta take risks to get bargains

My 8800GT had a faulty fan, but its working and overclocking like a charm. I saved $70 because of the stock HSF being faulty.

If the board doesn't work, I could still sell it on ebay for about 25% less than what I bought it for.
Well the board has arrived. The only thing wrong with it is that one of the NB heatsinks pushpins has snapped. Had some spare ones and put it all back on.

God I hate changing mobos, but looks like that's what's going down tonight. We will see if the NB has been fried or not

It doesn't even look used at all. The protective cover on the CPU socket hasn't even been removed yet. I'm hoping someone simply RMA'd the board without even running it. Even every cable is still inside the plastic bags.
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Is the SB heat sink normally sort of loose on this board? I can move it around rather easily yet the temps seem cool enough in the bios 30c.
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