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post #10791 of 21187
1024k u dont need 2 bump up ur vcore
i think that high its somthin with ur ram i forgot some 1 told me a few days ago
that if 8k fails u need 2 up v core and higher isnt v core
ahh here it is
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Originally Posted by radaja View Post
an worker error in 8k is most likely needs and increase in cpu vcore
failures in small fft's vcore related
failures in large fft's are memory/NB related
a crash or BSOD is memory related
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Originally Posted by ben h View Post
1024k u dont need 2 bump up ur vcore
i think that high its somthin with ur ram i forgot some 1 told me a few days ago
that if 8k fails u need 2 up v core and higher isnt v core
ahh here it is
OK. I will experiment by upping the NB a tad .
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OK. I will experiment by upping the NB a tad .
k hope it works
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Has anyone ever done the SLI Hack on this Motherboard?
I am trying to iron out a couple things before I do it.

I just want to make sure I can do the following:

I have read over this, however it doesn't state what drivers can be used. Can I use the most recent 196.75 drivers for this process? I read somewhere that 196 is usable, but may be flawed. I just want to verify before I go and install a driver that doesn't work with SLI. Mainly because I want the latest ones.

For Windows 7 64-Bit, can someone explain this to me, because the way it is worded confuses me:
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Section C. Windows 7 64-bit, method 1, modded Forceware 190.62 Vista/7
Steps 1-2 are the same.

Step 5. Disable UAC, enter system to test mode, make modified driver file have certified for OS.
What is test mode? Safe Mode? How does one go about doing that last part about making it have the modified driver file? Just copying and pasting over it?
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There has been a few that have done it and had it work. I can't help you with the method, as I'm not sure what they mean by test or safe mode.
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Got an english link for that program?

Google just gives me russian...
http://forums.tweaktown.com/f59/meas...mchtemp-34373/
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post #10797 of 21187
Hey, I have a question about RAM strappings.

I want to set a FSB of 450. The highest strappings the UD3P is for 400. I'm running 1066 DDR2. Setting it to 450 gives me a choice of 900 and two or three other ratios that are way over 1066.

How do I manually set my ram speed? Is it possible?
    
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How do I clear the cmos?
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post #10799 of 21187
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Originally Posted by TFB View Post
Hey, I have a question about RAM strappings.

I want to set a FSB of 450. The highest strappings the UD3P is for 400. I'm running 1066 DDR2. Setting it to 450 gives me a choice of 900 and two or three other ratios that are way over 1066.

How do I manually set my ram speed? Is it possible?
you cant manually set it,the way you mean.but you
can find the right speed with fsb speed and the dividers.

if you set your fsb to 450 you can choose a 1:1 ratio that nets you ddr2-900
using either the 333 strap or 400 strap.you can choose the 5:6 ratio/333 strap
which will give you ddr2-1080 your ddr1066 ram should be able to do this.
this would be the best setting i think.set the static trd to 8.

heres a chart for the RAM ratios and STRAPS


200 strap: 3:4, 3:5, 1:2
266 strap: 4:5, 2:3, 1:2
333 strap: 1:1, 5:6, 5:8, 1:2
400 strap: 1:1, 3:4, 2:3

ratios are calculated by multiplying the second number
in the ratio by the FSB speed,the divide that by the first
number in the ratio multiply by 2 for ddr2 and then you
get the actual memory speed.
Example:5:6 at 450fsb. 450x6=2700 divide by 5=540 x2=ddr2-1080


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Edited by radaja - 3/9/10 at 9:58pm
    
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I recently just bought this motherboard for my dad so he could go off on an adventure and build his first PC. After a little trouble with him trying to get the ram seated (I would have helped him but I'm in a diff state) be finally got it to post. He takes every second of his free time and puts it into that computer now.




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