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RawZ:

your mobo, is it just M2N68? anything after those numbers

EDIT: your mobo then might be holding you back, I dont think your mobo is able to do 2000, going back toy our post with your BIOS, those greyed out areas you cannot change those
Edited by HondaGuy - 8/25/09 at 2:29pm
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RawZ:

your mobo, is it just M2N68? anything after those numbers
Just M2N68 yes.
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EDIT: your mobo then might be holding you back, I dont think your mobo is able to do 2000, going back toy our post with your BIOS, those greyed out areas you cannot change those
I've always known that. Just hoped there would be a hidden option to change it, but looks like it's on stock 1000. Nevermind.

Quick thing, is it better to have a higher BUS and lower Multi or a high Multi with a low or stock BUS?
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Djohny24, that is interesting. Well it's really hard to say unless you have another set of memory to test with. I'm assuming you tried a single stick of memory at DDR2-1066 as well? All though it doesn't really mean much, your memory isn't on the Gigabyte "memory support" list. Basically that lists just goes over the memory that was tested on your board.

Hopefully someone else has some suggestions for you.

Good luck
Mmmm, my current bios version is F3... maybe updating to F5?

edit: if i must keep it at ddr 800... can i force its latency? better performance? thanks for your time again!
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Mmmm, my current bios version is F3... maybe updating to F5?

edit: if i must keep it at ddr 800... can i force its latency? better performance? thanks for your time again!
Djohny24, if the memory is capable of DDR2-1066 (533) speeds then you'll have to play with the reference clock if you're wanting to get up to that speed. It's worth a shot.

In regards to the bios update...it's all up to you but I would check it out.

Has anyone else here with the Gigabyte 790X-UD4 had this issue?

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I've always known that. Just hoped there would be a hidden option to change it, but looks like it's on stock 1000. Nevermind.

Quick thing, is it better to have a higher BUS and lower Multi or a high Multi with a low or stock BUS?
Higher bus, lower multi would be better.... not sure by how much....
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Djohny24, if the memory is capable of DDR2-1066 (533) speeds then you'll have to play with the reference clock if you're wanting to get up to that speed. It's worth a shot.

In regards to the bios update...it's all up to you but I would check it out.

Has anyone else here with the Gigabyte 790X-UD4 had this issue?

Good luck

This is very strange xD, last night my pc passed 3 stress hours with occt in high priority @ 3,7Ghz with DDR2-800. Now is running 225x17 @1,42v = 3825Mhz

Few hour left to post you a pictures!
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Seems like 3.9GHz is the highest 10+ hour stable I can get. 4.0GHz crashes after about 6 hours of Prime95. That's still good for me since I won't be doing anything that requires 100% CPU load for more than 6 hours, but I wish it was at least 8 hours. Oh well, I think I'm gonna go for a 265 with some 1600 RAM soon, anyways.
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Personally, 6 hours in prime 95 would satisfy me. What are your ambient temps like.... kicking my butt on idle and load temps. I have a 27 idle in a 24c room but that is only because phenommsr tweaker, without it I'm at like 33c idle. Same load of about 54- 55c.
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This is very strange xD, last night my pc passed 3 stress hours with occt in high priority @ 3,7Ghz with DDR2-800. Now is running 225x17 @1,42v = 3825Mhz
Djohny24, with the 225HTT increase what is your memory at right now? Your DDR2-1066 set should give you plenty of room to grow.

Sleeping Giant, congrats on the 3.9Ghz overclock
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