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I would personally recommend it over any other budget board, but I've also heard that the blood iron or IP35's offer some good OCing as well. IMO, this is definitely THE BOARD to have.

And that'd be a good combo of hardware, but you're first upgrade from it would be a new video card.
Hi Sgt,

I purchased and will have in possession (3 days) the Gigabyte P35-DS3L that you love. I will also be using a E-6300 on it for folding SMP only. I will have only a SATA WD 80GB hard drive, Lite-on DVD burner/reader and an old ATI Rage 32MB PCI video card. Nothing else. I will be using a CoolerMax 450W psu... I see your using Crucial DDR. I have a stick of Corsair PC6400C4 DDR 1Gb...

Now the question: I see you pushed your fsb to 470 to get that 3.3Ghz OC. Did you do it gradually or made specific steps??

For example: Started with 300fsb, then 350, then 400, then 425, etc... You state that you are using stock volts. Is that still true today??

I know every board is different and so are the cpu and other components. I'm hoping the reach your level of OC. BTW - I will be using a Thermalright Ultima 90 for a heatsink, placing this set up in a Windowed Lian Li PC65-B case that I already own and using Fedora 7 (64 bit native Linux) as a operating system...

Do you have any thoughts or helpful hints on this project of mine??

Thanks in advance for your time, :-)
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Thanks for the help, I'm now at 2.9GHz and going up in small steps, I'll report back what I end up with!
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My friend just bought this board and would like to know what a good/cheap northbridge cooler would be; seeing as how the stock heatsink doesn't look like enough.
    
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Nice 3.4

I would try to lower timings and increase de Mhz
Oh man did I ever try...tonight actually. I kept one receiving BSODS - code 124. I tried dropping the multi to 8, run 400Mhz on FSB to get 1:1 ratio but that didn't pan out.

Like you said, I think I'll try loosening up the timings on the memory and get it back up to speed.

Update: Alrighty. I've brought my memory up to speed if you will. It's running at 400 something I can't remember but here's my CPU-Z validation link. I'm too tired.

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=266101
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My friend just bought this board and would like to know what a good/cheap northbridge cooler would be; seeing as how the stock heatsink doesn't look like enough.
Definitely the Thermalright HR-05/HR-05 SLI depending on what CPU HSF he is using.. It's great
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Definitely the Thermalright HR-05/HR-05 SLI depending on what CPU HSF he is using.. It's great
Seems a little expensive.
    
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I just got my board yesterday to replace my Abit IP35-E. I went through 2 of those and neither of them worked correctly. Right now I am at 3.0ghz with all stock voltages on a Zalman 9500 and stable for 4+ hours on orthos (I stopped to flash BIOS).

I have updated the BIOS to F6 because I was getting weird temp readouts from coretemp, everest and speedfan. But that didn't seem to correct the problem. Both cores idle at 9C with and ambient of 22...this does not seem right. But it loaded out to 45 C after 4hrs of orthos which seems about normal.

Anybody else have a temp sensor problem? Or is this a CPU problem?
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Hi Sgt,

I purchased and will have in possession (3 days) the Gigabyte P35-DS3L that you love. I will also be using a E-6300 on it for folding SMP only. I will have only a SATA WD 80GB hard drive, Lite-on DVD burner/reader and an old ATI Rage 32MB PCI video card. Nothing else. I will be using a CoolerMax 450W psu... I see your using Crucial DDR. I have a stick of Corsair PC6400C4 DDR 1Gb...

Now the question: I see you pushed your fsb to 470 to get that 3.3Ghz OC. Did you do it gradually or made specific steps??

For example: Started with 300fsb, then 350, then 400, then 425, etc... You state that you are using stock volts. Is that still true today??

I know every board is different and so are the cpu and other components. I'm hoping the reach your level of OC. BTW - I will be using a Thermalright Ultima 90 for a heatsink, placing this set up in a Windowed Lian Li PC65-B case that I already own and using Fedora 7 (64 bit native Linux) as a operating system...

Do you have any thoughts or helpful hints on this project of mine??

Thanks in advance for your time, :-)
I believe this was my stepping in FSB:
266>300>320>330>340>350>360>380>400>410>420>430>44 0>450>460>470>480>470>475>470

So yeah, small steps. It's too hard to tell what needs more voltage if you take big jumps.

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My friend just bought this board and would like to know what a good/cheap northbridge cooler would be; seeing as how the stock heatsink doesn't look like enough.
Not sure, but even up to 470FSB mine isn't overheating, so unless he's really going high, it's not really necessary...
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Ok I built my friend's rig with E4500 and DS3L and it boots fine but the fan doesn't spin on the stock heatsink. I tired different heatsinks and all the same. It only works when I plug it into one of the systfans 3 pins slots not the cpufans 4 pin where you are supposed to put it. Am I doing something wrong? Does it matter?
    
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Problems
Ok I built my friend's rig with E4500 and DS3L and it boots fine but the fan doesn't spin on the stock heatsink. I tired different heatsinks and all the same. It only works when I plug it into one of the systfans 3 pins slots not the cpufans 4 pin where you are supposed to put it. Am I doing something wrong? Does it matter?
My fan delays ~ 5 seconds before it comes on when I startup.
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