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Thread: GA-EP43-DS3L fsb wall

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    Default GA-EP43-DS3L fsb wall

    Hi every one.
    My system is

    Mobo GA-EP43-DS3L (Firm F9c)
    CPU C2Q9550
    RAM G.Skill 2*1Gb 1066 5-5-5-15 2.1v
    VGA Asus 9800GTX
    PSU 650w

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    This is true because i can over clock my cpu to (8.5*400 = 3.4Gh)
    and run stable at default volt's but i can not boot up if i set the fsb more than 416 no matter how much i increase the volt to CPU - RAM - NB - SB.
    Is it possible with a new firmware to resolve this fsb limitation or not?

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    Lsdmeasap is offline GIGABYTE Guru
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    Default Re: GA-EP43-DS3L fsb wall

    Sadly, no you cannot overcome this. It is because Intel made the Cheaper Silicon, or less performing, into P43 chips. So your limit is the limit, nothing will make it better except a new chipset/board

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    Default Re: GA-EP43-DS3L fsb wall

    thank's. :(

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