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Thread: Gigabyte X38/P35/P965 (DS* DQ* S3) Overclocking and General BIOS tweaking Guide




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    Default Re: Gigabyte X38/P35/P965 (DS* DQ* S3) Overclocking and General BIOS tweaking Guide

    can i use this guide to overclock with a GA-P43-DS3L motherboard?the bios layout seem similar.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte X38/P35/P965 (DS* DQ* S3) Overclocking and General BIOS tweaking Guide

    Yes, you can use it as a general guide, but as you can see there is a bit more options in P43/45 so you may have to start a thread and ask about any specifics you are unsure about.

    If you do make a new thread for some help, please include your full specs and a link to your ram or the model #.

    Thanks, and good luck with your overclock! If ya get stuck, make a thread as we are here to help for sure

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    how to measure mhc temperature and mhc voltage?and how much to put mhc voltage? i let it normal but i know that isnt good cuz supplies more then needs with normal. i need an answer for this .

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    Default Re: Gigabyte X38/P35/P965 (DS* DQ* S3) Overclocking and General BIOS tweaking Guide

    What board do you have? Here is some info on MCH/Northbridge temp info tested by one of our members (Kick, thanks!) >>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/ep45...rmation-31370/

    How much to use voltage wise depends on the amount of ram you have, the speed you run it at, the timings you are using for your ram, and your FSB.

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    i have ga-ep31-ds3 motherboard with cpu intel q8200 duo quad and 2gb ddr2 kingston with max bandwith pc2-6400.Can this type of ram be safe with 1.9v? and what is the standart voltage if we let the standart option in the bios?(it doesnt give options example:1.8 1.9etc but it says only: standart;+0.1;+0.
    2etc)Also if you could suggest me any programm to see north bridge temperature ( i use everest but it dont show the temperatures just core voltages)

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    Default Re: Gigabyte X38/P35/P965 (DS* DQ* S3) Overclocking and General BIOS tweaking Guide

    and for my south bridge it shows this :
    Core voltage means the voltage of south bridge and in the first picture the voltage of the north bridge?give me any advice please

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    these are the only temperatures everest shows ,not the temperature of north of south bridge,i have real temp too speed fan too but they too dont show north or south bridge temperature.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte X38/P35/P965 (DS* DQ* S3) Overclocking and General BIOS tweaking Guide

    Motherboard or System is the closest you can get to seeing the NB temps. Easytune will also show you the system temps. Here is a post where Kick, a member here, tested the NB temp vs "System/Motherboard" Temp readouts
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/ep45...rmation-31370/

    As for your memory voltage question standard is 1.8V +/-

    You can check PC Health section of the BIOS to see what you get for each setting, choose a setting and save/apply/reboot F10 back to the BIOS and check that page and you will see what actual voltage you get for each choice.

    Some boards and or BIOS's will vary a little from setting to setting but the normal/auto should be around 1.8V.

    Auto/Normal = 1.8V
    +0.1V = 1.9V
    +0.2V = 2.0V
    +0.3V = 2.1V and so on.

    If your ram is rated to 1.8V on the sticker or spec page then you should use 1.8V, but yes 1.9V-2.0V should be safe as well

    Those NB/SB voltages you see in everest are just the stock spec of the chips, not what is being applied if you have changed the voltages. Everest will always show that amount though so no way to check the Voltages for north/south bridge.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte X38/P35/P965 (DS* DQ* S3) Overclocking and General BIOS tweaking Guide

    hey guys,i've got a p965 DS3 motherboard with a intel core 2 duo E6320 with 450FSBx7 which is going 2.8ghz. I was wondering if i could go even further than that on the motherboard,i have tried before going to 3.2ghz but it reverted backed the default settings,does this mean i've met the FSB limit on the motherboard?

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    Is this applicable to EX58 boards?

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