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    Default Re: GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3R Very Slow

    CPU Host Frequency (MHz)__________ [400] << That is your FSB

    That file is in the folder where you run the program from it is just called splog.txt. (Results.txt for Prime95) But all it will tell you is the same message the program says

    Sounds like you need some CPU volts maybe. But what you need to do first is pass memtest86+ for several passes with your ram, then if orthos fails you know it is your CPU

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    well did 4 passes and memory is fine set it to 2.40b since I don't want to shoot for 3.6ghz @ 400mhz I would be quite happy with 3.0-3.2ghz I don't need much more.

    Though I don't think its going to happen...shows memory @ 5:6 now and not 1:1 @ 2.40b

    Though I am curious if I set it to 400x8 it would be 3.2ghz ...would get me the 1:1 ratio right? At 2.0b memory divider that is.
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    Well the 400x8 wouldn't let my PC get to Vista dekstop so I think I need a greater voltage then 1.325v I dunno if its good to go higher then that though.

    I set it back to 333x9 and 1:1 so underclocked to 667 and left voltage @ 1.325 a .025 increase and so far 10 mins into prime95 no errors yet.

    Was getting errors on 2nd core @ 3-4 test mark.



    Just curious if I set it to 380x8 would that be a odd timing for the ram to run at? As you can easily tell I never overclocked before and the guides make sense to a point but then they get skew on little things that's important.
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    Well 30 mins or so later here is prime95 @ 333x9



    Seems .025v was all needed to stop the core error.


    *edit 1 hour prime*

    Temps actually have dropped 3-4c after the 1 hour mark...dunno if its a different test running but rather cool :) Going to turn my PC off for 15 mins let it cool down...still breaking in the AS5 after all.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3R Very Slow

    for 1:1 at 800 you have to use 400 FSB, so if you want that you will need to up your CPU Volts is all.

    Try 8x400 with 2.00B selected that should be easier for you to do then 3.6

    You can run at any divider you want it does not have to be 1:1 and that is not the best anymore anyhow. Just pick where you want to keep your CPU and then pick a ram multi that is at or above your rams rated speed

    Those are good temps as well, ya prime switches tests at various times while it runs some will be hotter and some will be much cooler

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    I noticed a strange issue in Vista. It shows me with a 2.40ghz and 3.60ghz but CPUz shows it @ 400x7 2.8ghz.



    Why is that? ATM I am at 400x7 I wanted to test a lower temp for summer use depending on my rooms temp. (gets up to 30c on worst days)


    Also 400x8 = 1.375v after I turned off the intel vdroop and the temps were 55c in a 21c room.
    Sadly a bit warmer then I wanna go so since its gonna get much warmer later in my room so I dropped to 400x7 1 hour prime95 stable.


    Btw thanks again for all your help :)

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3R Very Slow

    That is just a vista (And other apps will do the same) quirk. It shows your CPU's default speed and the actual speed you are running is all. All very normal, see here is mine just so you can see it is normal >>>



    55C is not bad, is that Idle?

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    Max load in 21c room is 55c.

    Btw mine shows me 3 different speeds not 2 :)

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    No both disabled.

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