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Originally Posted by Coelocanth View Post
To add to what NP2H suggested, check your memory voltage as well. Make sure you bump it up to your memory's rated voltage (default is 1.8 volts on this board).
Thank you kindly, that did slip my mind
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I had the DDR set for +.4 which should be 2.2 I believe. I can only set the multiplier to 2.4 (667 @ the stock clock). I've tried swapping out memory, changing slots, etc. I've verified that what seems to be causing the problem is either changing the CPU clock to enabled or trying to fix the PCI-E clock to anything other than Auto. Any other ideas/suggestions?
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More on my overclock of my E2160. I had 'er up to 3.4 (9x378) and had some problems so I stepped back down to 3.24.

Went to the local geek shop here in Okinawa today and picked up a thermaltake Big Typhoon cooler roughly the size of New Hampshire and installed it. Lucky me. I just put the system together and I had to pull it back up to install the cooler. And it was darn near impossible to get one of the tightening nuts on. I think I left a little skin on the case but it'll grow back. And yes, I realize now that I should've mounted the cooler while I had the mobo out.

My temps went down about 10 degrees and I juiced back up to 3.4 GHz and have run Orthos for about 6 hours now with no problems. I might see if I can go a little further with it.

Thanks for the great info gents.

John
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Results of my overclock validated by CPUZ http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=297287

Stable on Orthos for about 9 hours now.

John
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I just updated my bios to F7 and now cpu-z is reading my multi as 6 instead of 8 on my e2140. I am running at 375x8, but cpu-z reads 375x6. This happen to anyone else? It is version 1.42

Another problem I am having is that I can't seem to get 400x8 stable. My motherboard runs stable at 400fsb at all stock volts, but if I try to boot at 400x8 it won't even post. It's weird because 375x8 is completely stable at less than stock volts, but I can't even get it to post at 400x8 with 1.425 vcore and +.2 mch and +.2fsb.

Any Suggestions?
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I've got the P35 DS3P and just wanted to know whether or not it's got the same default memory voltage (1.8v) as the DS3L does, and is there any way to check what your current memory voltage is at?
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I've got the P35 DS3P and just wanted to know whether or not it's got the same default memory voltage (1.8v) as the DS3L does, and is there any way to check what your current memory voltage is at?
I'm reading in articles that the native memory voltage is 1.8v.
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I just updated my bios to F7 and now cpu-z is reading my multi as 6 instead of 8 on my e2140. I am running at 375x8, but cpu-z reads 375x6. This happen to anyone else? It is version 1.42
Did you turn of EIST after updating the BIOS?

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Another problem I am having is that I can't seem to get 400x8 stable. My motherboard runs stable at 400fsb at all stock volts, but if I try to boot at 400x8 it won't even post. It's weird because 375x8 is completely stable at less than stock volts, but I can't even get it to post at 400x8 with 1.425 vcore and +.2 mch and +.2fsb.

Any Suggestions?
RAM synced at 1:1 ratio? (2.0 memory multiplier)

Have you raised your default RAM voltage to whatever your recommended voltage for that particular RAM is?
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What's the general consensus on the northbridge heatsink for this board? Do most of you replace it, or is it good enough?
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Hey guys, just came across another review for the DS3L, just wanna share with u guys
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mai...-p35-ds3l.html
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