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Thread: EP45C-DS3R & RAM issue




  1. #51
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    Default Re: EP45C-DS3R & RAM issue

    Try my simple settings first. Usually, leaving everything else on Auto works fine, you just need to chage that kind of stuff in problem cases.

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    Default Re: EP45C-DS3R & RAM issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickel020 View Post
    Try my simple settings first. Usually, leaving everything else on Auto works fine, you just need to change that kind of stuff in problem cases.
    k, so to hit 3.2ghz just simply set to 400 right? then rest are Default?

    i'll try :)

    S M O T H E R

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    Default Re: EP45C-DS3R & RAM issue

    No!

    Read the explanation on the relationship between FSB and RAM again.

    Use these settings:
    So for starters, set the FSB to 400, the system memory multiplier to 2.0D and CPU VCore to 1.325V and see if that is stable.

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    Default Re: EP45C-DS3R & RAM issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickel020 View Post
    No!

    Read the explanation on the relationship between FSB and RAM again.

    Use these settings:
    Done!

    tnx a lot!

    the only problem is the Temp, from 20*C to 30*C on idle, seems my Cooler can't handle 3.2ghz, maybe need to change ;)

    S M O T H E R

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    Default Re: EP45C-DS3R & RAM issue

    Idle temp doesn't matter at all. In fact, the temp sensor inside the CPU is highly inaccurate when measuring idle temps since it's made to measure load temps. 20 C isn't even possible since that is probably close to your room temperature and CPU coolers can never cool anything that close to room temperature and never below it.
    As long as load stays below 65C and teh system is stable there's nothing to worry about.

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    Default Re: EP45C-DS3R & RAM issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickel020 View Post
    Idle temp doesn't matter at all. In fact, the temp sensor inside the CPU is highly inaccurate when measuring idle temps since it's made to measure load temps. 20 C isn't even possible since that is probably close to your room temperature and CPU coolers can never cool anything that close to room temperature and never below it.
    As long as load stays below 65C and teh system is stable there's nothing to worry about.
    all i can say is THANK YOU! ;)

    S M O T H E R

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