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Thread: Gigabyte P35-S3G




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    Default Re: Gigabyte P35-S3G

    Yup tried adding Vcore, boots at that speed once and then never does it again.
    All mem and voltage setting stay at the ones we set, just the FSB speed goes back to default.

    Since the last post I've tried a E630, this booted once with the same settings so it was running a 2.33GHz. Next time it boot up it crashes on the RAM check and reset the FSB speed.

    I beginning to think the board is not a overclocker.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P35-S3G

    It very well could be the board as the S3 models are almost the Budget L models, but I would think you could get a little bit for sure. Have you tried other memory to be sure that is not the issue?

    Latest BIOS? Sorry this thread is a bit long and a little old so not sure what all we had discussed

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P35-S3G

    Yeah tried different RAM a while ago. F5b BIOS too.
    Guess its time to start saving for a non budget mainboard.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P35-S3G

    Could be that time, sorry buddy!

    Good thing now though is that P35 boards, and even P45, are pretty cheap. You can find P35-DS3R and onwards for $80-100, sometimes less on ebay, and P45-UD3R/UD3P for $100-125 new, and of course less used on ebay.

    If you need help finding a board that will overclock, let me know your price range and I will look around for you

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