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    Default Re: EP45-DS3L and crucial ballistix

    Look this
    The E6850 G0 Thread - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net
    two of then do it in air :P
    i remember saw old reviews about the 965p-ds3 hiting the 500FSB with the E6850
    And others hiting 480 average and i only need 450 9x450=4.0

    if a the 965p can do that y think a ep45-ds3l can too. 3 years of evolution xD

    the kit are the .8FD5 :(.. the good are the 16FD3
    anyway the 8FD5 do avg 1200 that is enough
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    Default Re: EP45-DS3L and crucial ballistix

    Ohh well ya then! New boards for sure will do it. I just thought maybe your CPU could not, do keep in mind your CPU is not the same one they are using.

    But you can likely do that just fine after seeing that.

    And here, so you can see GA-P45 does 500+ FSB. Here is mine at 533 FSB, and yes it would do more then that as well >>>



    And here is what I run 24/7 450 FSB >>



    You will have no issues with your board doing what you want, if you do have issues it would be ram settings or your CPU

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    Default Re: EP45-DS3L and crucial ballistix

    nice

    ah, why u say i dont have the same cpu?
    i have an E6850 G0 too O_o

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    Default Re: EP45-DS3L and crucial ballistix

    I meant only that not all CPU's are the same. Some will do far more then others, and some are WAY more Voltage hungry then others.

    So basically do not expect such things automatically from your CPU.

    I could only get 3.5 stable with my 6750 without using way to much voltage for 3.6-3.7.

    So just do not expect 4Ghz because you saw someone else do it is all I am saying

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