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Hey, I have this board and have looked through a fair amount of the pages. Who is running 4 sticks of ram and what did you need to do to run them (if anything)?

Edit: Yea do all of your OCing in the BIOS, doing it via software is the worst, especialy the included software.
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I don't have 4 sticks in my board, but are you having specific problems with yours?
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No, I have just read many times over about users having to go through great lengths to get 4 sticks to work. I currently dont have 4 sticks but may upgrade soon.
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Originally Posted by NP2H View Post
You probably just need to install the latest Realtek HD Audio drivers, even if it does say that you already have them.
This must be a common problem, b/c gigabyte actually has it in their FAQ. Unfortunately, their solution doesn't work.

http://www.giga-byte.com/Support/Mot...spx?FAQID=2538

The weird thing is, it's like there's 2 of them being recognized or something. I even have 2 "Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio" entries in device manager. I'm not too worried, since my sound works fine, but it just irks me to have an uninstalled device in device manager.
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I just built a new system on the DS3L and I had the same problem with the realtek audio. Follow the instructions on this page, it worked for me at least:

http://www.gbt-tech.co.uk/Support/Mo...spx?FAQID=2538
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I just built a new system on the DS3L and I had the same problem with the realtek audio. Follow the instructions on this page, it worked for me at least:

http://www.gbt-tech.co.uk/Support/Mo...spx?FAQID=2538
I've actually tried this about 4 times. When I get to the part where you re-install the drivers, it prompts for a reboot, and when it boots back up, windows says it's found new hardware again and asks me to install the driver.
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I just ordered this board. It will be sweet. My PSU has an 8-pin CPU power connector and this board takes 4 pin. My cable can be split apart to two 4-pins though so I think I should be alright. My only concern is that it looks like the other 4-pin will be hanging over the screw on the mobo, I just hope it doesn't arc and shock my cable or something lol.
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post #768 of 4644
Zip tie it to the other 4 pin, thats what I did
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I've just assembled a system, specs are in sig. I would like to try and attain a stable overclock higher than 3.2 but no matter how much voltage I add windows will not successfully boot. I seem to be experiencing a lot of trouble trying to use the 8x multiplier. I cannot get windows to successfully boot up at 8x400 even with high voltage (1.4->1.47).

My memory timings are 5-5-5-15 and the memory multiplier is usually set at 2 or 3. The memory is running at 2V.

Right now using it at 3ghz with 9x333 1.25V (V in bios) and Prime95'd it for 12 hrs. I can do 9x356 (3.2ghz) with around 1.3V (bios), but it seems less stable. I can get computer to boot up at(3.3ghz) 9x370 @1.4V (bios) but prime fails pretty fast. I have tried to boot up at 3.4 with 9x380 with 1.475V (bios) but booting fails. I know that the way I set the Vcore in bios will be lowered (vdroop) in windows. So should I simply continue to pump up Vcore in bios? I am a bit hesitant to set it to 1.5v or higher, but is it necessary? I have a Tuniq Tower 120 and temps are not a problem.

Any ideas on settings I can change or input on your Q6600 running above 3.2ghz stable with FSB,Vcore, and ram timings gladly appreciated.
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what bios revision are you using?
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