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Good, and monitor those temps too. Use core temp. Make sure it stays under at least ~65C under load.
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Yep i had it running.... didnt go over 55. but it rebooted after about 2 minutes... I ran the stress CPU option
thats with the multi at 420x9... How long does it have to run for?
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Hey all, new here and have been reading this thread off and on over the past few day's as I got this board for my first build. Unfortunately I've had some problems.

Started with both sticks of my ram and no post to bios, pulled one stick and booted. Just to check thing's out tried the other stick and no boot. Was told by another site to up the vdimm to ram specs, did that and when I tried to reboot I got nothin but case fans running.

Tried clearing cmos ( pulled battery for 30 mins, used jumper cap and had battery out for 10 hours ) and nothing with that.

Pulled board , cpu and heatsink out and off and redid everything. Now I've got with one stick in fans all run with no post, other stick in and case fans start for a few, stop and repeat with no post.

Any suggestions? Thx...
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I have a request for anyone that has replaced their northbridge cooler on this board. What northbridge heatsink did you replace it with?

Basicly.... Can someone link me to the best cheapest northbridge heatsink that is compatible with this board.

Just in case its important, I'm using the Artic Cooling 7 Pro cpu heatsink, hopefully it's not in the way.
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Originally Posted by madroxinide View Post
I have a request for anyone that has replaced their northbridge cooler on this board. What northbridge heatsink did you replace it with?

Basicly.... Can someone link me to the best cheapest northbridge heatsink that is compatible with this board.

Just in case its important, I'm using the Artic Cooling 7 Pro cpu heatsink, hopefully it's not in the way.
Im sure if you have the board you noticed that they are ALMOST touching. I would think any NB heatsink would be too big.
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Originally Posted by _CJ_ View Post
Hey all, new here and have been reading this thread off and on over the past few day's as I got this board for my first build. Unfortunately I've had some problems.

Started with both sticks of my ram and no post to bios, pulled one stick and booted. Just to check thing's out tried the other stick and no boot. Was told by another site to up the vdimm to ram specs, did that and when I tried to reboot I got nothin but case fans running.

Tried clearing cmos ( pulled battery for 30 mins, used jumper cap and had battery out for 10 hours ) and nothing with that.

Pulled board , cpu and heatsink out and off and redid everything. Now I've got with one stick in fans all run with no post, other stick in and case fans start for a few, stop and repeat with no post.

Any suggestions? Thx...
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If you bought it from Newegg, it'd be easier to RMA it and not worry about dealing with a whacky board than trying to figure out the problem.

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Sounds like you might have a bad board, assuming everything you have plays well together in a perfect situation. Your RAM is perfectly compatible (I have the same brand/type, only two 1GB sticks), so I'd take everything apart and put it back together again, making sure you plug all power cords in properly and such. If you get the same result, RMA/refund/return it. I haven't had any problems with mine at all (aside from the slightly frustrating lack of variable fan control for anything but the CPU), but it would be up to you whether or not you wanted to get a different board or try for another DS3L.
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Im sure if you have the board you noticed that they are ALMOST touching. I would think any NB heatsink would be too big.
That is why I have asked specifically for a NB heatsink that would work with my setup, as if there is a way, I'm sure someone has already done it as the NB gets very hot when you overclock.
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Stable at 3.5...... 54 degrees under load 389x9 multi
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LAZY WAY
If you bought it from Newegg, it'd be easier to RMA it and not worry about dealing with a whacky board than trying to figure out the problem.

TEDIOUS WAY
Sounds like you might have a bad board, assuming everything you have plays well together in a perfect situation. Your RAM is perfectly compatible (I have the same brand/type, only two 1GB sticks), so I'd take everything apart and put it back together again, making sure you plug all power cords in properly and such. If you get the same result, RMA/refund/return it. I haven't had any problems with mine at all (aside from the slightly frustrating lack of variable fan control for anything but the CPU), but it would be up to you whether or not you wanted to get a different board or try for another DS3L.
Thx for the input. I'll have to RMA to Gigabyte themselves as it's been past 30 days since it was bought and I've heard nothing but horror stories about Gigabytes RMA dept.
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I haven't had any problems with mine at all (aside from the slightly frustrating lack of variable fan control for anything but the CPU)
I've plugged all of my system fans directly into 4-pin PSU cables via cheap adapters. They come with most fans. Ensures that they run 100% all the time. Makes quite an impact!
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