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in oc'ng tutorial it says to turn up speed is it referring to fsb, multiplier or both?
sorry this wasn't in last post
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in oc'ng tutorial it says to turn up speed is it referring to fsb, multiplier or both?
sorry this wasn't in last post
Start with the cpu multiplier on stock voltage,starting with 17 1/2,then 18 and so on,testing for stability after each increase of the multiplier until it wont boot or bsods at stock voltage,when this happens it's time to start upping the voltage a notch at a time untill you regain stability.Once you have reached the maximum stable cpu frequency,bearing in mind temps and voltages,put the cpu multiplier back to stock x17 and put the voltage back to stock,and do the same with the CPU-NB,and so on.Hope this helps.

If and when you get stuck,just ask,this forum is very helpfull,with many knowledgeable users.
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This may be a dumb question but how do these boards fare in the NB overclocking area?

Because its a toss up between the GA-790FXTA-UD5 and this one.
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Better yet, Do you have your manual? Look at page En-23

@&*#$*@(@)&#@)@#(&!(@%#$#-ok i will move it-URGH!!!! (but it just looks so good in the second slot-lol)

i know there isn't much difference, if any at all running 8x.
gives me a chance to test the theory

well Moorhen, i found someone new to help me-


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Well... I had a hard time with bios 1.10 but now it's rock hard stable.

19+ hours under prime blend.
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This may be a dumb question but how do these boards fare in the NB overclocking area?

Because its a toss up between the GA-790FXTA-UD5 and this one.
NB- OC is really CPU dependent. as the NB is actually the IMC(internal memory controller) which is on die.
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thankyou for clarification morhen2
i started to get this goin but my cpu started gettin hot so i think i'm gonna order a new heatsink and fan before i really start gettin into this to far
any suggestions on new cpu cooler ?
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NB- OC is really CPU dependent. as the NB is actually the IMC(internal memory controller) which is on die.
Well I'll put it this way currently on my GA-790XTA-UD4 I cannot cold boot 2400 MHz on the NB.
I have seen the UD5 do it and I am wanting to know will this board let me cold boot on anything above 2400MHz on the NB.

I am looking for an average of NB overclocks using this board before I pull the trigger .
It's either this board or the GA-790FXTA-UD5
Edited by smash_mouth01 - 4/19/10 at 6:40pm
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No im at work i will be tying the 10.10 when i get home
None work except 1.9 Final so i went back to that one 10.1 on up dont work for me for some strange reason.
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C&Q worked for me with 1.10B10 bios. Not immediately though.. it took like 5 minutes for it to kick in at idle. (stock CPU setting , no overclock )
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