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I am having some problems with this board and any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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What problems are you having??
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Hey guys, very new to overclocking, today is the first day of trying anything out.
i have the GA-p35-ds3l mobo with a Q8200 quad core intel CPU
i have it oc'ed to 2.55GHz as of now but i tried getting it to 2.6 and it will not start up. i have the multiplyer set to 2 for the RAM but other than that nothing is modified except turning the C1E and EIST off.

any suggestions on what i should do? and may need to tell me specifically what to change and whats its specifacally called as i do not really know what is what yet
example like vcore and the voltages im not to sure where to change that or if i should or not.
Thanks guys!
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I've had this rig for 2+ years and just now decided it might be a good time to OC. ("Idiot!", they cry out.)

I can't seem to figure out where in the BIOS I can change the FSB. I've tried the CTRL+F1 to get the advanced options, but the only thing that even mentions FSB is "FSB Voltage Control" (you can choose to manually change it or not).

Can someone point me in the right direction? Just want to get a little more juice from my rig.
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k3vb0t, you should look in the M.I.T. BIOS menu and in it there is a "disabled/enabled" switch for the CPU frequency control. Just turn it to enabled and you should be able to raise the fsb and multiplier (although 9.5 is the maximum on my board). And keep in mind about the phases - you shouldn't be able to get as much as possible without the proper voltage Good luck mate, and if u have any more questions - send me a PM and I will be very happy to answer back.

Long live overclock!
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K3v, try looking at the video in my sig. It will help you with some of the BIOS settings needed to get a good overclock.
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Hi all,

I have the GA-P35-DSL3 rev 2.1 that I can't get stable using all four memory slots together. I have no problems if use 1, 2, or even 3 dimms, but the second I had the 4th dimm, the system will lock within 20 minutes of playing any game. I use memory that is on their officially supported list - KHX8500D2K2/2GN (Kingston HyperX). I emailed Gigabyte Support and they told me almost verbatim "We can't guarantee stability on your motherboard when using all four memory slots. If you want to use 4 gb of ram - just buy 2 memory sticks of 2gb each". Absurd - I'll never buy from Gigabyte again, so hopefully someone here can point me in the right direction.

Here are the specs of my system - FYI, I run everything at stock values, no overclocking, yet. I did manually set the memory timing, but also tried the "auto" setting.

Proc: E6550 @2.33 ghz
Memory: 4 X 1G - KHX8500D2K2/2GN - Kingston HyperX @ 1066 (5-5-5-15)
Vid Card: ATI X1650 pro
OS: Vista x64

Anyone have any ideas on how I can get this thing stable using all 4 memory slots?
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Jerricho, You are not the first person I have heard that has had trouble using all 4 memory slots on this board. Just like every CPU has different limitations, so do motherboards. The responce from Gigabyte may be to the point and lacking of compassion, however they are right. When 4 memory slots are causing problems when used in tandom, it is an issue with circuting, and most likely cannot be resolved unless the board is RMA'd or you purchase either another board, or 2x2GB ram which they recommended. Sadly this board is becomming more outdated, and there are substantialy better performing boards out there with new architectures. You say that you do not overclock your system, and have tried your ram timings both manual and on auto and still have the problem. The only suggestion I have is either to purchase a new board, get 2x2gb, run 2 slots if it doesn't lag you out, or try running more relaxed timings with higher voltage. Good luck, sorry to hear your having this issue, however there aren't to many work arounds to this problem that don't involve spending more money.
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whats the highest fsb anybody in here has had with one of these boards? only my m8 has one and he wondred if it was worth his while buying my old 8200, but if his board will limit his speed hes better off with a 7 series and its higher multi so....
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