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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by pocenk View Post
    hi i have a EP45-DS5 mobo, i want to ask about easytune6, when i install on windows XP, the 3.3v and 12V didn't show on hw monitor tab, it's that normal?
    my worry is when i use OCCT the 12V show instability voltage (1.5~8.9v) i consider that OCCT might be wrong reading. because when i use IP35 proxe my PSU work very well on the voltage.

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    please help me:D
    EP45-D series don't have this measurements(even in the BIOS),so don't worry.
    OCCT using (if you didn't set different source)your own built-in soft,which is irrelevant for you.
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    EP45-D series don't have this measurements(even in the BIOS),so don't worry.
    OCCT using (if you didn't set different source)your own built-in soft,which is irrelevant for you.
    BIOS-PC Health Status
    ok thanks u sir,

    1.what program should i use to monitoring the temp,voltage,etc on my DS5 mobo?

    2. when i OC my procie to 4,4 (352x12.5) with these setting:
    CPU vcore..........................1.55v
    CPU PLL.............................1.500v
    CPU termination.................. 1.200v
    VMCH................................1.26v
    FSB Strap...........................2.40C(845 using 333 strap)
    Vdimm................................2.100v
    timing................................4-4-4-12(adata 800+ PC6400)
    PCIex Freq..........................100
    X.M.P.................................disable

    orthos and OCCT never pass, but 3dmark vantage pass very well. and after sometimes the system shutdown improperly, at the morning when i turn on my system, the mobo seems to be ON and OFF several times every 2 seconds.
    what should i do

    thank u

    sorry if my english very bad
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    You can find a list of monitoring downloads here.----> http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/late...y-tools-30530/
    Keep an I on your core temperatures that's high on your cpu core voltage.
    Some would say use realtemp/coretemp but it only works on about half of the systems out there.
    I prefer HWmonitor 1.14 You can find it here----> CPUID
    On mine the Vin1 is DDR2 voltage.---->
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I prefer and suggest Everest Ultimate, also found at the above link. But you can use any tool you like really.

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    ok thank u sir, now i'm using everst ultimate.

    i'm asking because i'm worry about the 12v voltage, i thought my PSU was damage :D

    so lately i overclock my E5200 to 4,25 (340x12.5)

    vCore 1.525000 (CPUZ read 1.49)
    CPU PLL 1.5
    CPU termination 1.2
    Vdimm 2.080
    PCIex Freq 100
    XMP disable

    using 2.40B ratio for mem and manual timing 4-4-4-12
    the others are set to AUTO
    run OCCT without error
    but everytime i plugged out the power chord and plugged in again the mobo was not directly ON, it seem to boot loop 1 time


    is that something wrong with my setting ?
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    1.2 Vtt may be why, that seems a little low to me

    And depending on how long you unplug it the CMOS may need to recharge/reload your settings, so one loop would be normal.
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    owh ic sir, now i know about gigabyte, it's really different from abit. but gigabyte is awesome mobo. i can go 4ghz without change anything, only the timing set to manual

    thank you very much, now i'm going to try 4.4Ghz
    by the way, i can't found CPU VTT on the BIOS, is that same as PLL or termination, or CPU reference 1&2?
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    Gigabyte makes some great products for sure pocenk!!

    Please don't leave Vcore, Vtt, PLL or Vdimm on Auto as they may use way to much when you overclock.

    Vtt is CPU Termination, sorry for the confusion on that. Good luck on 4.4Ghz!

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    ok then, tonight i'll go to try 4.4Ghz

    this thread very useful for me, i couldn't find the answer at my local forum :D

    thank u very much
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Anytime, good luck!

    If you need help please make a new thread with all your specs and settings and we will try to help you out further

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