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x48-ds3 with ED4500 overclcok how?

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*edit* can some one change the name to x48-ds3 with E4500 overclock how? (taking the d from the Ed4500 overclock please)


hi just just bought my self a x48 mother board today the rband is gigabite (x48-ds3 search Google for specs etc)

could any 1 help me overclock my E4500 to 3.0 Ghz? i have clicked power on auto like the bios suggested (yes it is speaking to me ) and did x9 333Mhz that should give me 3.0Ghz but it didn't post neither did it post at 2.4Ghz

can any 1 help me? i cant find any forums with people posting with how to overclock as me (same mobo and cpu)

i know there are all round overclocking How To how there but i get so confused reading them and i try that they say but my bios never seems to have it

my bois version is REV 1.3 i think it says it on the mobo any way


thanks a lot
Edited by headcrabcake - 7/3/08 at 8:39am
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ok standard is to take it of manuel and set the voltage to standard. Then slow up fsb and stress test it the whole way dont go for a big jump at once got to take it slow and steady to get big overclocks
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ok ill try that now,thanks
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i just went onto the bios i noticed that ti was saying 1.60Ghz at 200x8 is this correct? as my cpu is meant to run at 2.2Ghz is the mother board not reading the cpu correctly or is it something elts?

i tried the standard voltage and tried 275x8 (2.0Ghz) my comp didn't post so it reset it self
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post #5 of 6
Hiya again. it says 1.6 because you set your multiplier to 8, the overclock failed so it set it back to 200 fsb to reset itself giving you your 1.6ghz. try like you did 333 fsb 9 multi instead of 8, 1.38v for vcore and set pci express to 100, dram frequency to 667 or 800 and see if it boots, if it doesnt boot try either going up a couple notches with your vcore or down a few notches with your fsb. If it does boot first shot and you can stress test and get it to pass for more than 10 minutes drop down vcore once click at a time until you get a bsod or it restarts and then move it up one notch from there. Stress test again to verify its stable and adjust as necessary
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Another thing I forgot to mention, you may need to set your dram timings to manual and manually enter default values and sometimes default voltage to get it stable, my rams default voltage is 1.8v you can go to your manufacturers website to find out your default voltage, and cpu-z should show you a few different timings in the memory or spd tab. Good luck!
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