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SET YOUR PCIE Frequency to 130mhz. This is the key to these low voltages I list and sound, LAN, all PCI/PCIE slots work, this frequency is not out of range for any hardware on this motherboard.

FSB (QDR), MHZ : 400mhz (1600mhz effective)
MEM (DDR), MHZ: 800mhz
FSB-Memory Clock mode: LINKED --> Sync Mode
Vcore Voltage: 1.312v (I have mine set at 8x multiplier to keep voltage and temps minimal)
Dram Voltage: 1.91v (depends on your RAM)
HT Voltage: 1.20v
NB Chipset Voltage: 1.20v
SB Chipset Voltage: 1.50v
NB PCIE Frequency (Mhz): set to 130mhz

Memory Timings (depends on your RAM)
CAS Latency: 5
TRCD: 5
TRP: 5
TRAS: 18
CMD: 2 T

Disable Speedstep Tech, C1E halt states and any other power saving crap. You don't have to though, as they still seem to work when overclocked.

Note I said I set my multiplier to 8x to keep voltage and temps low. If you want to run this with 9x multi then you need to bump up the Vcore to 1.34v
LTD Frequency is set to 7x -- If you want to run at 8x, then bump up the HT voltage and NB voltage a little. I never tried it. Just play with it. But what I have mine set at runs everything perfectly. I play all of my games at max settings, nVidia control panel set to high quality, etc and get over 30fps depending on the game. This board is actually not bad at all, despite the majority of the reviews I've read just today. If you don't believe me, you're more than welcome to try this yourself. This setting I have going seems to be perfect for everything. Running it at 9x multi seems unnecessary considering games run amazing @8x. I only recommend it if you have liquid cooling. My core temps get as hot as 65C under load and up to 71C benchmarking. Too hot for my comfort level @9x, air cooled. RAID works perfectly as well, as I have three Velociraptors in a RAID 0 configuration.

One final note: maxing out the multiplier and LTD frequency require a fairly moderate voltage increase regardless of PCIE frequency. Like I said, if you are using an air cooling solution, I recommend 8x multiplier for the CPU. The reason I have not tried 8x LTD is because something is taxing the h*** out of my 3.3v rail and I am running my chipset at the least voltage possible, which happens to be the lowest you can set it to.

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Edited by 420Illuminati - 8/10/13 at 5:20pm
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