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Thread: Posting my BIOS Settings for the EP45-DS3L




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    Default Re: Posting my BIOS Settings for the EP45-DS3L

    L,
    I tried several of your suggestions and so far things are stable. First, I added 0.1v to MCH Core, so it runs at 1.2v now. I first changed tRAS from 15 to 12, and that was fine. Later, I changed tRFC to 50. Command rate was always getting set to 2, even though it shows 0 in BIOS. I also played around with the static tRead Values, but could not post at 7. Now it's at 10 and seems stable, though no memtests yet.
    Also, as noted elsewhere, Gigabyte sent me the F9b BIOS to try to fix the resume from S3 problem, so I am currently using that version.
    Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3L (BIOS F9); E7200 Core2Duo 2.53Ghz 1066Mhz FSB 3MB L2 (OC to 3.4Ghz); SuperTalent 2x2G DDR2-800 PC6400 CL 5-5-5-12 (T800UX4GC5); Seagate 500GB SATA2 7200 32mb cache HD; EVGA 8800GT 512MB Superclocked Edition
    Ultra X-connect X2 550-watt PSU; Vista x64 SP1 and OpenSUSE 11.0 (KDE 4.1)

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    Default Re: Posting my BIOS Settings for the EP45-DS3L

    Well I got a reply from Paypal, Arse's they are. Still waiting on a reply back (Where I again asked the same questions and told them they did not answer anything I asked and looked like they did not read my question at all)

    MY Original Email to them was thru the contact us link within my account as described in her comment. I think she blew off the email thinking I was another customer asking how to make buttons work in my webpage!!!!

    Dear User,

    Thank you for contacting PayPal, my name is Joanne.

    If you have an issue with integrating PayPal on your website and are in
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    3. In the "Merchant Technical Support" box, click the "Merchant
    Technical Support" link.
    4. Fill in the form and all the required fields.

    Alternatively, you can click on the following link:
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    If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us again.
    By phone: 1-888-221-1161
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    Original Message Follows:
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    customer subject: Have a few Questions about the Donation Process
    customer message: Additional Information: 'I have been thinking of
    adding a Donate Button to my support site, and have a few questions and
    concerns.

    First is, when users donate to me will my details such as address or
    phone number be visible to them either in emails or receipts?

    Second being, if the above is true and the donators can see my address
    and phone number where would it be shown to them and is this changeable
    at all?

    I would like to accept a few donations for a small amount of time but
    would like to keep all my details private. And I was just wondering if
    this is at all possible.

    Thanks
    Ya, I saw you comment on the other thread about the Beta. Best to not use it if it did not solve your S3 issue as it may also have a neg. effect on your Memory.

    Static tRead 7 failed eh, did you try it with your trfc set higher? How did 8 go?

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    Default Re: Posting my BIOS Settings for the EP45-DS3L

    Maybe you'd have better luck calling them? Sounds like the email response is automated...
    By "negative effect on memory", do you mean it could be damaging the DIMMs? Or just more prone to (in)stability issues?
    Would it be better to set tRFC higher than 50 and try to get static tread lower than 10? I assumed lower was better in both cases. Didn't try 8 yet...
    Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3L (BIOS F9); E7200 Core2Duo 2.53Ghz 1066Mhz FSB 3MB L2 (OC to 3.4Ghz); SuperTalent 2x2G DDR2-800 PC6400 CL 5-5-5-12 (T800UX4GC5); Seagate 500GB SATA2 7200 32mb cache HD; EVGA 8800GT 512MB Superclocked Edition
    Ultra X-connect X2 550-watt PSU; Vista x64 SP1 and OpenSUSE 11.0 (KDE 4.1)

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    Default Re: Posting my BIOS Settings for the EP45-DS3L

    Ya, I thought about calling them. I will for sure if I get another scripted reply

    I meant instability issues with your ram and Beta BIOS's sorry for not saying that better.

    Yes, lower is better in both cases, but you would need to start lowering Static tRead Value first with the other settings higher then work on lowering the rest of the settings.

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