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You could try downloading off a external website such as megaupload or rapidshare. Also, you can use a USB drive, but I have no idea how that stuff works.
I got the file ok, when I went to flash the bios I got a message saying that the windows version was not for 64bit.
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Wait, the Gigabyte does support 45nm tech right?
    
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Question on brand new build. OS not installed yet.
DS3L
E8400
Artic Freezer Pro 7

Everything seems to powered up, got to the please load disc screen.
The cpu fan doesn't want to seem to run, it makes some movement but no complete revolutions. I didn't want to wreck anything so I shut it down.
Do I have to do anything with the bios before loading Windows?
Comming from a Dell so this is new to me. Thanks
I have the same cooler and my chip runs hotter than yours and it takes a minute for the fan to kick on depending on my ambient temps. Even still the fan usually runs around 850rpm idle to 1100 or so while in a game. You can give your chip more time for the fan to kick in.
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Wait, the Gigabyte does support 45nm tech right?
Yes. depending on the version of your motherboard. The older ones need to have the bios flashed and the newer version 2 should already have support pre installed.
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Just got my DS3L and an e8400 and I put on my Big Typhoon. It seems to be running really hot, hovering around 50c (using CoreTemp and HWMonitor) and I dunno why. I installed it pretty good and put on a small amount of AS5. I guess I'm gonna go back and try and redo it but what temps are good for this chip? I was getting 25-30c idle on my 3700.
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I think I have hit a "wall" that I can't figure out how to get past.

Right now, I am stable with the following settings:

(Q9450 with a Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme and Scythe S-Flex 120mm Fan)

BIOS Settings
1.250 Vcore
Multiplier: 8x
FSB: 400
DDR2: +0.3V
FSB: +0.2V
MCH: +0.2V
RAM: 5-5-5-18

(RAM is Mushkin DDR 6400 at 5-5-5-18 1.8V)

This gets me to 3.2Ghz. It is a nice overclock from 2.66Ghz, but I think I can do a bit better. I have tried to "optimize" the voltages by fiddling with the RAM, FSB, MCH, and Vcore, but anything lower than these settings will freeze up Prime 95. Without .2V on the FSB and MCH, I can't even reach 400FSB. Does this seem odd? Is it harmful to run both the FSB and MCH at .2V 24/7 without any additional cooling? How about .3v?

I've tried to raise the vcore up to 1.337v in the BIOS, but I still can't reach 410FSB. Should I continue to raise the FSB and MCH? Is the RAM holding me back? (I've tested it via memtest at 5-5-5-18 at 1.8v DDR 1000 and it passed 13 times) Why does the RAM require +3V when it should run on auto?

I have two images that should have any other diagnostic info. The first is my PC at idle and the second at load:

3.2 Idle
3.2 Load
Gigabyte did a great job with this board if you just want to run everything on stock settings. If you want to do some over clocking there are some considerations that need to be taken into account. The problem with this board is the voltage drop. Whatever you manually set in your voltage is not going to be what you get in reality. This is where you will need to tweak things based on your own setup. You'll notice the difference in what you set and what your actual readings will show. Then they drop under load.
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Just got my DS3L and an e8400 and I put on my Big Typhoon. It seems to be running really hot, hovering around 50c (using CoreTemp and HWMonitor) and I dunno why. I installed it pretty good and put on a small amount of AS5. I guess I'm gonna go back and try and redo it but what temps are good for this chip? I was getting 25-30c idle on my 3700.
That is a really hot idle temp for your chip. My e6750 doesn't even run that high under gaming load.
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cana P35 DS3 user join in? since i cant find the thread
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Does anyone else have a Q9450 in a P35-DS3L? If so, how far have you overclocked it?
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Noobie OCer here. Just bought my new rig last friday. This is my 1st OC Adventure since I havent tried to OC with my last AMD rig since my ECS is AGP unlocked.

1) How do you set Ram multipliers 1:1 / 2:3 / 4:5 in bios?
It only has this:

System Speed Multiplier (SPD) - Auto,3.33,4.0+,2.00,2.40,3.20,2.50,3.00 etc..

2) I have already made the necessary preparations to OC like setting PCIE 100,C1E/EISTdisable. All voltages at stock and running at 2Ghz stock. I already run prime95 Stable for 4 hours at 37C Idle 59C Load on Stock Cooler.

3) I only want to OC at a respectable 3.0 Ghz since its to hot in this country. 30-35C Ambient at the moment since its summer. Anyone can show me a step-by-step how-to to reach 3Ghz using E2180 & Gigabyte-P35-DS3L mobo at F6 Bios? or post their settings.
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