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    Default Re: Help needed with GA-P35-DQ6

    That almost always means the card has a PCB design flaw and you will have to RMA the card normally, Since you found some changes corrected it that may not be your issue.

    Did you try .3 MCH and do you have PCI-E set to 100? If so try 103-105

    You could likely start over and have better luck. Since you settings are written here or you have them? Load optimized defaults and save/apply reboot BACK to the BIOS as you HAVE TO Set you SATA settings again. Then try all of the above again and see how it goes.

    Running your ram at 1066 should not affect your PCI Bus, do you have +0.1 or more added to PCI voltage? If not you can try that as well

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    Default Re: Help needed with GA-P35-DQ6

    I have finally got my system stable at 3.2gh with fsb at 400 and multi 8. I have my memory running at 1000 at 2.0v (2.1 is reccomended for my ram at 1066) and the adjustments to voltage that i made are the following MCH 0.05 FSB 0.1 RAM +0.20 CPU 1.28.I left pci frequency at auto set my ram at 5 5 5 15 the rest on auto.One thing that i am not sure about is the CPU calibration so i left it on auto( is it better to disable?).
    Ok now the only thing i need to know is if it is safe to run the above settings 24/7 or will i have any problems?As i want my system to last. Just asking because i am afraid of the ram failing on me again so far i had to RMA 2 sets of ram and this is the 3rd set i have(thats why i have the voltage at 2.0 and not 2.1 on the ram) just to be safe.
    Many thanks for your time on helping me and i am looking forward for your reply.

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    Default Re: Help needed with GA-P35-DQ6

    Loadline calibration leave on Auto or disabled, but since you are stable now you should leave it as you have it

    Yeap, all that is for sure safe

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