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    Default Optimal Bios Settings

    Hello

    What are the optimal bios settings (no overclock) for:
    MG: H55m Pro
    CPU: I5-660
    Ram: 2x2048 Kinsgston DDR3 1600 Mhz HyperX Series (9-9-9-24)
    Video: intel gma (came with the processor)
    Power: 350W

    Ty

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    Default Re: Optimal Bios Settings

    Dear Saber

    I believe the BIOS default setting would be the best setting if you don't want to overclock your system.
    Following are the configurations I tested for your question.
    CPU: 661
    DRAM: Kingston HyperX DDR3-1600-2G (2pcs)
    VGA card: 8400GS
    Power Supply: 450w
    HDD: seagate 500G
    ODD: LG-DVD drive.

    System is stable during our testing.
    Please keep you BIOS as default setting for your using.

    Thanks!

    Best Wishes
    Sean
    ASRock Tech Support Staff

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    Default Re: Optimal Bios Settings

    I cannot leave bios default settings because if i do I always get BSOD when trying to boot Win7 or Vista (haven't tried xp).
    Something regarding Irq_channel (a little google digging and they suggested its something related to ram)

    Bios version is 1.00 should I update?

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    Default Re: Optimal Bios Settings

    Quote Originally Posted by Saber21 View Post
    I cannot leave bios default settings because if i do I always get BSOD when trying to boot Win7 or Vista (haven't tried xp).
    Something regarding Irq_channel (a little google digging and they suggested its something related to ram)

    Bios version is 1.00 should I update?
    Dear Saber,

    Please update your BIOS version to latest BIOS then try again.
    You can get the latest BIOS L1.99 from following link.
    BIOS L1.99 download

    Best Wishes
    Sean
    ASRock Tech Support Staff

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