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Review is done very good and excellent.. But if you put exact scored values instead of roughly graphs, it would be very useful to compare them for estimation of performance with our rigs.

Nevertheless you SIR, have done excellent Job.. It Inspired me again to post myresults(kept on hold), i too wanted to post my benchmarks since three months but couldn't due lack of time..
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Originally Posted by compudaze;11991888 
Don't mean to hijack...

I was able to get my $99 UD3 and my $179 i5-2500K up to 4.9GHz on air with ~60C temps.

Thanks for the guide!
No problem glad it helped smile.gif
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Review is done very good and excellent.. But if you put exact scored values instead of roughly graphs, it would be very useful to compare them for estimation of performance with our rigs.

Nevertheless you SIR, have done excellent Job.. It Inspired me again to post myresults(kept on hold), i too wanted to post my benchmarks since three months but couldn't due lack of time..
Thanks I appreciate it, yea time is an issue. Next time I will put up exact numbers, if you need exact numbers on any benchmark let me know, i have them all.
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First of all .... what an awesome review!! As a newbee to overclocking I'm sure I can learn a lot here!!

Just got my GA-P67A-UD7 today and unfortunately I've been working on it all day and it still doesn't work. With a "optimized load" of bios F6 (and other bios I tried), I get stop error 0x00000124, when I try do do memtest it freezes berfore it starts, "Main bios checksum error" reverts me back to F3, it keeps crashing, it hangs often with code 50 frown.gif I know my ram isn't the best (KHX1600C9AD3/2G x 2) but they are Genesis and reseller told me they would work with the board.

Sry I'm not trying to steal the thread, just crying for help. smile.gif

Again once more - awesome that people like OP take time to make such a detailed review for all of us .. thanks!!!

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ok, first off, use BIOS F3, and then run memtest on both stick, see if it passes, if it doesn't then the RAM is bad or the Motherboard, most likely the RAM. FYI if the RAM is not on this list: http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3646&dl=1#memory%20support%20list

its the memory support list, if its not on there then its not garunteed to work.
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What is the equivalent of VTT (found on 1156, and 1366) on 1155?

maybe i missed it in the guide.

Or is it excluded because your not supposed to OC the blk?
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What about RAM speeds? I'm hitting a little bit of a wall - I can boot my chip into windows at 4.8, but I can't really get it too stable past 4.5. Generally it is stable, but Prime reveals an error on blend and small FFT. I'm running 1333 MHZ RAM. Potentially a factor?
    
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excellent guide +1
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any one know why my ram won't do anything other than 1600MHz, 9-9-9-24 1T ?
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any one know why my ram won't do anything other than 1600MHz, 9-9-9-24 1T ?

I've had some complications also, I'll let you know when I get them stable.
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I can't do anything other than 1600mhz.

(ok, i haven't tried 1333, but i don't see a reason to.)

STT Chrome btw
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