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OK, disregard me. I should probably get some sleep.
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Originally Posted by chompy View Post
Ok, but if you clicked on ANY of the first 10 links to pop up, you'd see that the board does indeed exist. That was my point. I thought it was obvious enough to go unstated.
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The DS3L you received from Newegg two weeks ago came with the F6 BIOS--which supports 45nm chips? If that's the case, I'd feel a little better about ordering one along side an E8400 in late January/early February. I'm a little worried about completing a build with an E8400 only to find that my motherboard needs to be flashed to support the CPU.

PS. Does the AC7 Pro have thermal compound already on the unit, that I'd have to remove to apply my own arctic silver?
Yes. It came with the F6 BIOS and F6 supports the 45nm. From what I've read on Gigabytes website, the only difference between F6 and F7 was that F7 supports 1 terabyte hard drives. I flashed them both to the F7 just the other day. I don't have a 1 terabyte drive, but just did it just to have the latest. I hear they ran out of the boards last week and just got some new ones in, so I'd be willing to bet the farm that they are the newest, latest version.

The AC7 pro has thermal compound already on it. I have Arctic Silver in my desk drawer, but just choose to leave it alone. I am overclocked 30% on this rig and 32% on the other and neither has ever hit over 50C.
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The AC7 pro has thermal compound already on it. I have Arctic Silver in my desk drawer, but just choose to leave it alone. I am overclocked 30% on this rig and 32% on the other and neither has ever hit over 50C.
When I popped on my AC7 for the first time, my temps didn't really change at all. I don't know if I had it seated improperly, it was probably likely. I had a bit of wobble on the HSF when I nudged it around. I took it off and put on some AS5 I had laying around, and now I'm at about 27C idle in a 23C ambient, so not bad I think. The surface was pretty nasty, so I'll probably lap sometime if I get bored. No load temps right now, cause my board is being a pain and I don't have time to work on my OC.
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So if I buy ram with timings of 5-6-6-17 and I can only overclock it to 3.20ghz and then I buy ram with timings of 4-4-4-12 both at the same speed like ddr2 800....then can I overclock the processor even faster since the 4-4-4-12 ram can handle the FSB speed, so the processor would go faster? Sorry, i am new to overclocking...
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So if I buy ram with timings of 5-6-6-17 and I can only overclock it to 3.20ghz and then I buy ram with timings of 4-4-4-12 both at the same speed like ddr2 800....then can I overclock the processor even faster since the 4-4-4-12 ram can handle the FSB speed, so the processor would go faster? Sorry, i am new to overclocking...
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...+800+(PC2+6400)


Most of the ram here ^^^ will work well for overclocking. DDR2 ram is so cheap now, you might as well get the good stuff right from the get go. The best thing to do is run the ram on 2.0 and the timings @ "auto by spd" at first, then get your cpu overclock all set and stable, then go back and see if you can get away with tighter timings. (On this board, you can adjust the ram timings by hitting CTRL and F1 in the main BIOS screen.) This is what I did and it worked out well for me.

*If anyone wishes to correct me on this, feel free, I'm all ears because I'm fairly new at this myself.
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Ok Sarge,
Here is mine. Validation link....
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=288766
This is not the highest I can go but this is the most stable. Core temps are a little high, reaching 65-68 at full load and idle is running around 45 for two of the cores and 40 for the other two. I ran Prime95 for 9hr 55min then terminated it. I may work on the memory timings a little since they are just stock at the moment.

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my first attempt at overclocking is a success (atleast i think so)
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=288826

3dmark06 came in at 12,900 :>
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I just realized that the RAM slots are UV reactive =D.

And, I wonder why I'm not in the list..

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does anyone know what the average and highest MHZ (running stable) someone got with this board and the E6600?
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