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Ok, having a problem connecting my front USB ports. I posted before but nobody seemed to know, so I'll try again.

The case I have has 2 front USB2.0 ports. They both have 4 pin connectors labeled [GND] [-] [+] [(and this last one im not sure, it starts with an F tho)]. As you guys know, the j_usb pins are 10 pin, not 4. How do I get my USB ports working... is it even possible?

I have it connected but its probably wrong -- whenever I put a USB device into the ports the computer shuts down or freezes -_-
post #2082 of 4644
Hi,

The 1 that starts with (F) goes on pin2, the 1 labeled (-) goes on pin4, the 1 labeled (+) goes on pin6 and the 1 labeled (GND) goes on pin8.

Hope that helps
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is anyone running 4 x 1GB sticks of ram with this board ? I want to buy another 2gb of ram, i already have 2 x 1GB and just wanted to know if i buy another 2 x 1GB sticks will this board be ok ? and im overclocking

thanks
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is anyone running 4 x 1GB sticks of ram with this board ? I want to buy another 2gb of ram, i already have 2 x 1GB and just wanted to know if i buy another 2 x 1GB sticks will this board be ok ? and im overclocking

thanks
Using another pair of the same ram that is in your sig will be fine. 4 sticks "can" cause the need to increase the volts a bit when you oc.
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Using another pair of the same ram that is in your sig will be fine. 4 sticks "can" cause the need to increase the volts a bit when you oc.
...4GB sure beats 2GB. I run the cheapo $2.99/GB HP sticks we all bought a few months ago from Cost Central: http://www.costcentral.com/proddetai...X976AT/L49299/
They are all Micron D9HNL chips which don't overclock like the "old" D9 chips, but they run nice and cool at 1.8V.

Anyways, your G-Skills will certainly be up to the task. You may have to back off a little on the memory OC and adjust the North Bridge voltage, but I'm willing to bet you will like the way your box runs with 4GB. That depends a bit on what you do with it, of course. I see the most benefit while multitasking.
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Hi,

The 1 that starts with (F) goes on pin2, the 1 labeled (-) goes on pin4, the 1 labeled (+) goes on pin6 and the 1 labeled (GND) goes on pin8.

Hope that helps
LOLLLL. I have a DIFF computer with the GA-p35-DS3L ROFL. But, ill give you a rep for that awesome tidbit

<s>BTW, the connector is one solid piece, I cant separate them... so now what>?</s>

edit: read it incorrectly. Thanks bro <3 Saved me a lot of trouble
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ight so give +.5 a shot in bios, like i said thats what i am running and in HWmonitor it drops to 2.14 underload. i would try the +.5 and let it test but also after about an hour touch your ram to make sure they are not sculding hot i can touch mine after all night of prime95 and they are hot to the touch but not to bad. o ya and even with +.5 in Bios it reads like 2.19 thats crazy isnt it lol o well off to play assassins creed
They feel slightly warm. Not even close to hot at 2.1v load. By the way, do you know how much the RAM voltage goes up with +.6v?

Does anyone here know if increasing the PCIe Bus Voltage help in overclocking a video card?
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Using another pair of the same ram that is in your sig will be fine. 4 sticks "can" cause the need to increase the volts a bit when you oc.
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Anyways, your G-Skills will certainly be up to the task. You may have to back off a little on the memory OC and adjust the North Bridge voltage, but I'm willing to bet you will like the way your box runs with 4GB. That depends a bit on what you do with it, of course. I see the most benefit while multitasking.
Ive just ordered another 2 x 1GB G.Skill PC2-6400 HK series

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I've got my cpu voltage at 1.36.... why does it show up as stock voltage?
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Hi, I am new to these forums. I have been having some difficulty with my overclocking adventures.

Here is my current setup. I have all my BIOS settings set to auto for voltages and such. The only values I have changed are the FSB (400) and setting the memory multiplier to 2.00.

Click here for Cpuz/Coretemp/Hwmonitor at Idle

When I run Prime 95, temps go up to around 60-64C. I just reapplied (by spreading out, not doing a line) some Arctic Silver 5 on my Q9450. On top is a Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme with a Sythe S-Flex 120mm fan. Does this temperature seem high, even thought it is at 1.3v? (I also have to allow time for the paste to cure, so it should come down a bit)

Also in the box:

Antec 900
Samsung DVD Burner
EVGA 8800 GTS 512mb
2x2GB Mushkin DDR2 800 RAM at 5-5-5-18 1.8V
Asus Xonar DX
Corsair 520HX
WD Caviar 640GB HD

My problem is when I try to set the voltages manually, I left everything except the vcore on normal(auto). At 1.175v I was able to get the FSB up to 370, which was around 3.0ghz. When I tried to up the FSB further, I would freeze up at the Vista loading screen. Increasing the vcore to 1.3 didn't help either. When I set voltage to auto, I was able to reach 400FSB, but now I am stuck there.

I know about vdroop, but I am not sure how high I should overvolt certain components. Should I get setting the DDR, northbridge, or FSB to a certain level to achieve stability? Can I push the vcore up a bit further to account for vdroop? ( I was a bit hesitant to do this because I don't know the extent of the vdroop so I wouldn't want to put too much juice into the processor)

Thanks for any help.
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