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post #21 of 29
set CPC to disabled to run 2t.
it's probably your memory messing with the board. If you are running one slot, run it in the orange slot closest to the outside edge of the board.
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post #22 of 29
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its in that slot lol
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Try dropping your CPU Multiplier from 10x down to 5x and let us know if the system posts. If it does, it's your CPU, so try some more vcore if your temps are okay. If the system still doesn't post then it's likely to be one of the smaller ram timings that are too tight or too loose. If this is the case I'll get you a link for a guide to setting these up.
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if i drop the multiplier it will accept a higher FSB
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if i drop the multiplier it will accept a higher FSB
Okay, 2 options then really. Either your CPU isn't playing nice with the mobo or you need more vcore. Try flashing a few different bioses. 623/3, 623/2 are good ones to try. If you still get the same problem it looks like you'll need extra vcore. Make sure you temps are okay and I wouldn't go any higher than 1.65v for normal use.
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ok i will have a go... hope its jst a matter of flashing the bios and adding more vcore... knowing my luck it wont be lol
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adding more vcore got me to 2.35 ... i havent gone any further because my temperatures at 100% load range from 43-50 which is way to high.
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Im at 2.5 and i dont think its gonna go any higher, would flashing the bios help at all?
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Im at 2.5 and i dont think its gonna go any higher, would flashing the bios help at all?
It might do, only one way to find out. Try 623/2, 623/3 and the new betas:
http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/other/114
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