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I'm actually working on two rigs with this same board, and was curious to know if anyone here would be willing to PM me with some details on NB and CAS tuning details. I have yet to become "familiar" with this BIOS and can't seem to find what I need.
    
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Hi there,what would you like to know,????
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Here you go pendrago,this is what the numbers and letters meen.

...and what CPMW stands for ?

Oh! Thanks a lot for clarifying this ... after I post this picture I've found this CPU-World.com ... though your information were more detailed. BTW! Nice drawing and stylish handwriting ;>



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Ok,i can see your on 1.2 divider,i would change your divider to either 1.2.66,this will give you 1317mhz on the ram,or 1.3.33 this will give you 1646mhz,at the moment your running your ram at 988mhz,way below spec,i believe the timings for your ram should be 7 7 7 20 with a comand rate of 2t.I think your ram is the cause of your problem in stability.Also,the 1.9v is stock voltage i believe for this ram,just because your underclocking your ram,does'nt meen you should lower the voltage as low as you have,i think your tight timings at such low frequency is the biggest problem,but i stand to be corrected,lol!!!
I think you were right about it - here are some test I did this night



so... I've decided to don't mess with many voltage settings.
I've just lowered FSB clock as you can see and set the RAM divider to 1.2.66

The only voltages I've changed were
CPU V = 1.38
CPU NB = 1.27 (I don't know why everest shows 1.28 ?? )
DRAM Voltage = 1.75 (maybe that's too much )

I changed the timings to 8-10-10-30 1T ... I will do some more test tonight and try to tighten timings ... maybe my Patriot RAM modules aren't as good as they supposed to be ehhh
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Oh! Thanks a lot for clarifying this ... after I post this picture I've found this CPU-World.com ... though your information were more detailed. BTW! Nice drawing and stylish handwriting ;>




ROFL I guess I have a very special 965 as according to their table mine is a 125w C2 version....
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Contagion: could you please post a cpu-z as there is no way you are running 4050 with a 235 HTT/FSB....
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will this cooler work on this board without blocking any of the ram slots?
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will this cooler work on this board without blocking any of the ram slots?
I run this cooler, and it you use ram without large heatspreaders (I use OCZ for example), you will be fine.

Mastiff suggests putting your ram in slots 3 and 4, in which case you won't have any issues at all no matter what spreader is on the ram. I have mine in 1 and 2 currently, but I will probably move it to 3 and 4 when I start to do OCing on the CPU.
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i ordered these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231277 do you think it will be a problem for them to fit in the ram slots closest to the cpu?
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I think they would, but on this board the two slots further from the cpu seem to work better for most people.

The new board is overkill. I mean who needs that many pcie slots on a normal day....unless the new chipset improves things like OC extensively I will stick to this thank u very much.
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may have to remove the heatsinks then. the pcie slots,i think, are for things like tv tuners, sound cards, and wlan cards. i have 3 pcie cards in my system, and i only use 1 gpu,for those of you who use multi gpu then the pcie slots may be nice, as my tv tuner and sound card are only single slot cards they could fit in the top 2 slots no problem,then add a pcie wlan card and 2 gpus and every slot is full
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