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Asus P5N-D
Post your RAM specs. And increase the GTL Reference voltage, it's probably what's holding you back.
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Ram specs as in..? 4gb of g.skill, it's at 800mhz i believe.
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post #33 of 64
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Ram specs as in..? 4gb of g.skill, it's at 800mhz i believe.
What are the frequencies, voltages, and timings? The RAM might be holding you back. Is it a 2x2GB kit or a 4x1GB?
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2x2. I assume your talking about DRAM voltage, which i've left on auto. I've also looked in bios for GTL Reference voltage and cant find it.
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post #35 of 64
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2x2. I assume your talking about DRAM voltage, which i've left on auto. I've also looked in bios for GTL Reference voltage and cant find it.
Is your RAM running at stock and the divider is set to unlinked? I suggest manually to it's specifications. The majority of your options should be set to manual. GTL Reference might be named something else, I don't have any personal experience with the P5N-D BIOS.
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Is your RAM running at stock and the divider is set to unlinked? I suggest manually to it's specifications. The majority of your options should be set to manual. GTL Reference might be named something else, I don't have any personal experience with the P5N-D BIOS.

Yes RAM is at stock. everything is unlinked. The best i've done is 3.0 and it's rock solid.
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post #37 of 64
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Yes RAM is at stock. everything is unlinked. The best i've done is 3.0 and it's rock solid.
Once you find the GTL Reference voltage, you'll be able to pump it up to at least 3.4 in my opinion.
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i cant find that at all, im not even sure what it does.
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post #39 of 64
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i cant find that at all, im not even sure what it does.
I don't know what it's for either But if you want to overclock it farther, you're going to have to figure out what they renamed it and where it is located in your BIOS. It's a 750i right?
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Yeah. Ive can boot up 3.4/3.6 it just run in prime95 for more than 3 mins without getting an error.
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