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First you might have stucked temperature sensors that can`t go below 40C..

I have three stucked sensor that can`t go below 42/40/40 but hey work above those temps..

System memory multiplier is what makes RAM to run at certain speed..

You`re using 2.4 memory multi that gives you 333MHz FSB x 2.4 = 800MHz RAM..

You need 3.2 memory multi to run RAM @ 1066MHz with 333MHz FSB..

Please post in THIS THREAD as there are lot of Gigabyte P45 users that would take you way beyond 3.4GHz...

CHEERS..
Okay, so I'm gonna go over there, see what they tell me to do.

The sensors could be delivering bad data, those of Core 0 and Core 3 never go below 40/41. Core 1 and Core 2 are usually 2-6 degrees cooler than that.
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