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Thread: GA-EP35C-DS3R Rev 2.1 + G.Skill Pi Black 8500 (2x2gb) - Frequency memory problem




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    Unhappy GA-EP35C-DS3R Rev 2.1 + G.Skill Pi Black 8500 (2x2gb) - Frequency memory problem

    Hi, i have this pc:
    • E8400 Rev. C0 (without OC) + Noctua NH-U12P + NT-H1
    • G-Skill PI Black DDR2 PC2 8500 (1066 mhz)(2 x2gb) 5-5-5-15 , 2.1v
    • Gigabyte EP35C-DSR3 Rev. 2.1
    When i go to oc the processor (3.6 ghz), i put de Cpu clock ratio = 9x, Cpu Host Frequency = 400 mhz, PCI Express Frequency = 100 mhz, but the System Memory Multipler (SPD), only I can put 2.50 = 1000 mhz or 3.00 = 1280 mhz, what is best?. Thanks






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    Default Re: GA-EP35C-DS3R Rev 2.1 + G.Skill Pi Black 8500 (2x2gb) - Frequency memory problem

    Not likely your modules will run at 1280, so 2.5X multi would be the best setting at 400x9. Alternately, you could try 450x8 with the 2.4X multi. Your memory will run at 1080, which may be doable.
    QX9650 batch L739A761/ GA-EP45-UD3P/ Kingston KHX9200 4x1G

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    Default Re: GA-EP35C-DS3R Rev 2.1 + G.Skill Pi Black 8500 (2x2gb) - Frequency memory problem

    Quote Originally Posted by gampamu View Post
    Not likely your modules will run at 1280, so 2.5X multi would be the best setting at 400x9. Alternately, you could try 450x8 with the 2.4X multi. Your memory will run at 1080, which may be doable.

    Thanks, i will try the 2 options...pray for me :P

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    Default Re: GA-EP35C-DS3R Rev 2.1 + G.Skill Pi Black 8500 (2x2gb) - Frequency memory problem

    Most likely you will need to weak with the FSB OverVoltage Control and the (G)MCH OverVoltage Control settings at 450x8 to get her stable. Good luck.
    QX9650 batch L739A761/ GA-EP45-UD3P/ Kingston KHX9200 4x1G

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