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Originally Posted by Jonesey I7;12820664 
Glad I kept my b2.

Some people report that they can lower vcore with the B3's for the same OC. I'm not sure who to believe at this point, but I'm leaning towards keeping my B2 board and not messing with anything. I'll RMA it later, when it's time to sell.
Edited by Sheyster - 3/22/11 at 9:10am
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i am running 1305 bios, has anyone experienced the post reboots after OCing? When i turn my pc off, then power it back on it loops maybe once or twice then starts up. I dont get the error due to OCing etc. Just wondering why this happens? Or if anyone else has experienced this ?

Anyone? It used to happen a lot worse on the UD7, thing would reboot from cold boot like 6 or more times sometimes before i got a post screen with an error due to OCing...
I figured it out, i had "CPU PLL" Enabled , from what i have read it is only needed either for x45+ or x50+ multipliers? Now that i disabled it i am no longer have the problems from cold boot. This was driving me nuts!
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1. Fix system maybe hang if the NEC Chip F/W is broken.(can some one explain what this is about)
NEC is the USB3.0 controller.
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How come the lastest INF Driver that is listed in opening post looks like it is newer than the one on intel's website?
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I figured it out, i had "CPU PLL" Enabled , from what i have read it is only needed either for x45+ or x50+ multipliers? Now that i disabled it i am no longer have the problems from cold boot. This was driving me nuts!
Good post. I'm going to try this later.
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I figured it out, i had "CPU PLL" Enabled , from what i have read it is only needed either for x45+ or x50+ multipliers? Now that i disabled it i am no longer have the problems from cold boot. This was driving me nuts!
Same here. B3 revision is sucky for overclocking.
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I'm not sure about the current limit. I have had more issues overclocking with the b3 board. I find that I need higher voltages to have a boot stable overclock.
Ditto. On top of that, I experineced random random shutdowns.
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Gentlemen,

Do you know what this crap is with my temps, Core Temp seems to be the most accurate (atm 25-34c), but still see my clock at default 3.3ghz. CPU-Z see it at 45 x 100.0. But speedfan see my temps as -60c O.o , and my core's don't even show up on speedfan?

Is there a more accurate Temp/Core clock meter on the market?
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when i put the new mobo in, do i need to reinstall windows?
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Gentlemen,

Do you know what this crap is with my temps, Core Temp seems to be the most accurate (atm 25-34c), but still see my clock at default 3.3ghz. CPU-Z see it at 45 x 100.0. But speedfan see my temps as -60c O.o , and my core's don't even show up on speedfan?

Is there a more accurate Temp/Core clock meter on the market?
I could never get SpeedFan to work with my ASUS Board.

I use Real Temp http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/
and
HWmonitor http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

AI Suite also can monitor Temps, but AI Suite is a little buggy so I would use with caution

As for the clock speeds. I check them using Tmonitor http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/tmonitor.html
CPU-z
and AI Suite.

Also for your clock speeds make sure you have c1 c3 and c6 enabled in the BIOS. I found a lot of issues with not getting the accurate clock speeds when I had those set to Auto. Set those 3 to enabled and it should help some.
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