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The other useful thread for these: http://www.overclock.net/t/666710/setting-up-and-voltage-terms-for-ep45-ud3
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Thanks man!

Hmmm...what do I open the file inside 700RAM with? 1.46VTT? Seems real high, no? Thought something like 1.26 is enough for 600? Also...hicookie made a bios for e8x00 and pi...think ver f4-4? I can't seem to find it...anyone here have a link or be willing to share it?

Glad this thread's still rockin'! I'm late to the party but will hopefully figure this board out...2111 pages :/
Yea, that VTT was too high as mentioned. However, it did take 1.4 to get 600+ for my board at least. I am not really worried about VTT for benching since I am not running 24/7. Extract the file to a fat32 usb drive and load it in your board. From the main bios screen, F11 and F12 are open and save bios files.
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Can't believe this thread is still going... I still run my UD3P daily as a server for the house (Plex, Minecraft server, Mumble, ventrilo) with a q9550 @ 4.2GHz and 4gb of G.SKILL 1066mhz DDR2.

Can't believe it's still going strong like this after 5 years. I think I still have my original E8400 in the cabinet somewhere too lol

@NoGuru tongue.gif
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Can't believe it's still going strong like this after 5 years.
Its still one of the best 775 boards ever, even considering X48. I am shocked that 775 is still going as strong as it is, maybe its because you can get an E8400 for $5 on ebay lol. Its a good platform to get alot of experience with subzero without spending a bunch. I seriously doubt there are many still working as main gaming rigs tho...most are relegated to media/HTPC tasks and OC murder runs.
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Can't believe it's still going strong like this after 5 years.
Its still one of the best 775 boards ever, even considering X48. I am shocked that 775 is still going as strong as it is, maybe its because you can get an E8400 for $5 on ebay lol. Its a good platform to get alot of experience with subzero without spending a bunch. I seriously doubt there are many still working as main gaming rigs tho...most are relegated to media/HTPC tasks and OC murder runs.

Yea, she's getting tired, even as a server... transcoding on it is a CHORE
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I've still got 100+ 775's (and about 1/2 as many 771's) to get through :/ Plan to use this board for the quads. Think one of my x48 REX's will still do better on dualies.

Too bad I've got a rev 1.6 board frown.gif
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Now that makes me wish I hadn't sold my UD3P and gave my UD3R away.

Don't worry Papa, she misses you, too. But I'm taking good care of her and her heart is running strong with my x5460 clocked at 4.1GHz as a daily driver and main gaming rig.
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I've still got 100+ 775's (and about 1/2 as many 771's) to get through :/ Plan to use this board for the quads. Think one of my x48 REX's will still do better on dualies.

Too bad I've got a rev 1.6 board frown.gif

I never really tested what my UD3P was capable of... highest I ever pushed was 533mhz FSB on my E8400 for a boot and validate... couldn't actually run anything though... I didn't have teh cooling at the time... was using an arctic cooling freezer 7 pro i think lol
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Yeah...haven't tested mine yet either (slacking, I know). Still need to remove the nb heatsink and either apply fresh/better tim or throw a waterblock on it. Will probably also cover the board in LET.

From what I recall...the ud3 should be capable of higher fsb on quads than x48 (I don't recall the logic, though so if anyone could explain that, it'd be much appreciated). The highest fsb I've been able to hit on a REX (with an e8400es) was just over 640.
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My UD3R did 640 with almost no effort tongue.gifhttp://valid.x86.fr/mvxy8q

I am going to freeze this NB at some point, but it does amazing on air...and I still haven't replaced the NB TIM. However, I would take your REX over this UD3R all day long. I have been trying to get a X48 REX for a few years now, just cant afford one frown.gif
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