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Thread: Q9550 and GA-P35-DS3L rev2.0 Bios Settings Quick Help

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    Arrow Q9550 and GA-P35-DS3L rev2.0 Bios Settings Quick Help

    Hello; I'm a new owner of the Q9550.

    My mother board is the GA-P35-DS3L rev 2.0. product page

    I was wondering what was the standard settings for my bios for this processor. I was in the first menu, and was alittle bit confused and just was wondering if anyone could assist me. I do not want to overclock this processor but make sure all my voltage and settings are correct for this processor.

    I currently have a 700watt Thermaltake Power supply... link to product page

    I'm also running a XFX 9800GTX+ 512 card in it, and adding another one tomorrow with SLI.

    If you can spare a moment to provide the correct settings, that would be awesome.

    Thanks a million guys!!!

    note: I was testing thru a benchmark program 3dmarks vantage, and it reported that my internal clock was 333.0 Mhz.
    Last edited by vipeness; 01-03-2009 at 05:10 PM. Reason: just made an update on the bottom.

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    Default Re: Q9550 and GA-P35-DS3L rev2.0 Bios Settings Quick Help

    Sorry for the Late reply here!!

    Well, first of all you should load optimized defaults first whenever you install a new CPU or ram, or flash your BIOS (Which you may want to do, if so see here and do NOT USE @BIOS >>>

    I need to know your ram amount and a link to it before I can give you some stock settings. That is what you need/want correct? Sounds like it.

    So ya, please give me a link to your ram or tell me the model # and how many sticks you have and I will get you a set of settings to work with

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