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OK, you'll want to flash your bios if you want the fractional muliplier. 9.5 etc. I seem to do fine at 10X. But 9.5X would be a nice option to have. The ram settings are different on this board. 2.00 is 1:1. You'll want to start off with SPD 2.00 to have a stable CPU OC and you can mess with the ram timings later.
I'd just raise the FSB 20 at a time. And keep adding vcore if it doesn't post. Then 10X FSB as you get closer to 3.0. When you get up towards 3.0ghz you'll wanna add some FSB and MCH(North bridge) volts. +0.2v is a safe bet. And check your RAM voltage specs. This board defaults to 1.8 DDR2v. My ballistix needed 2.2v so I had to go +0.4v on the DDR2. That should help get you there. Good luck. ~JadeMiner~

EDIT: You might also want to check out Linskingdom's charts that show what settings others used on their E2180's http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...on-thread.html
I ran that chip myself and it's an excellent overclocker

EDIT: Come to think of it. That E2180 doesn't run at fractional multipliers. Just 10X or 9X. But if you ever move up to an E8400 you can run the fractional multipliers. Good luck!
    
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Is it safe to run the FSB 24/7 at +.3V?
How about for the MCH at +.3V?
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Is it safe to run the FSB 24/7 at +.3V?
How about for the MCH at +.3V?
I couldn't go over MCH +.1v without extra cooling for the northbridge or I'd get a random reboot while priming.
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Hey guys, can you tell me what your northbridge temps are under load for about 10 mins? Running small ffts for 10 mins, my northbridge temps get up to 56C. Seems a bit high to me.
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I'm sure this has been asked before but I'm not reading through 217 pages lol. So is there no way to adjust memory timings through the BIOS on this board? No newer BIOS or anything? I'm locked at 5-5-5-15-2T which is fine since I'll likely be taking the memory over 1000MHz, just curious.
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I'm sure this has been asked before but I'm not reading through 217 pages lol. So is there no way to adjust memory timings through the BIOS on this board? No newer BIOS or anything? I'm locked at 5-5-5-15-2T which is fine since I'll likely be taking the memory over 1000MHz, just curious.
Found the answer on page 207 of this thread.

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Go to BIOs, when you get to the blue screen hit Ctrl+F1. Then go to the M.I.B section and scroll down and you should see memory timings
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hi all!

just order one of these will arrive tomo! im moving tot he dark side
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I just received this mobo and set it up. I have a SATA HD, an IDE HD, and a IDE dvd burner. For some reason, I can't connect 2 IDE devices at the same time to the IDE port. It always recognizes the master IDE drive but not the slave device. e.g. If I put the dvd burner as master, it's recognized but the HD is not recognized, and vice versa. Have anyone experienced this problem? I really want to have 2 IDE devices working. Thanks.
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I just received this mobo and set it up. I have a SATA HD, an IDE HD, and a IDE dvd burner. For some reason, I can't connect 2 IDE devices at the same time to the IDE port. It always recognizes the master IDE drive but not the slave device. e.g. If I put the dvd burner as master, it's recognized but the HD is not recognized, and vice versa. Have anyone experienced this problem? I really want to have 2 IDE devices working. Thanks.
have you tried one set to master and one set to cable select?
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Does anyone else have a Q9450 in a P35-DS3L? If so, how far have you overclocked it?
I came across this thread looking for Q9450 OCing help on the DS3L because I couldn't get past first base at stock settings and didn't want to just start flipping switches. I have a moderate amount of experience OCing Asus boards (I'm done with them) and Core2 Duos, but this is my first Gigabyte and first Quad. I'll give a run using some of your settings (from prior post) and post back. What I have found out with this Q9450 is the minimum undervolt at stock, and amazingly it's 11 hours Prime 95 stable at 0.99375 VID (0.960 Vcore idle, 0.944 Vcore load). So the 1.2375v on Auto is way over the top.
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