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GA-965P-S3 missing memory timings and other settings

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Hello, I have this mobo for cheap, but now I am not sure I will not change it for some other (P35 or maybe Xsomething), because it is weird - I cannot set memory timings in BIOS and also that core2quad inner vcore or what is it. Is this normal on this p965 chipset or this board is strange? I have the latest bios F12. I managed to overclock my Q6600 to 3.5GHz, which is good, but I think board is the limit now since it won't go a megahertz more on FSB...
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try Ctrl+F1 in bios
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try Ctrl+F1 in bios
bingo, most gigabytes are like that
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my old DS3 was
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Yes that's it thanks! I have already tried some key shortcuts but not this one probably. But I am not sure the settings works. I have set memory to 4/4/4/15 and it is still 5/5/5/15 according to CPUZ... I will check it more tomorrow.
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aha it did not work so it automatically reset itself to defaults, probably because of low voltage. Now I have set RAM to 800MHz 5/6/6/18. What do you think I can get from it and what would be a good settings? 4/4/4/12 maybe? I would play with the voltage, but once I managed to make it so unstable that I was bearly able to get into bios but it got stuck before I could change anything so I had to clear CMOS manualy :-]
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