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Thread: New ep45-ud3p rev 1.6 from FA bios




  1. #11
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    Default Re: New ep45-ud3p rev 1.6 from FA bios

    Fck, if they pulled out new revision, I will hang myself or something, since I only bought rev 1.1 week ago :D

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    Default Re: New ep45-ud3p rev 1.6 from FA bios

    I got mine at frys- concord ca, they had about 5 of them

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    Default Re: New ep45-ud3p rev 1.6 from FA bios

    but it's completely new thing, right?
    what country btw?
    edit: the U.S. I guess

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    Default Re: New ep45-ud3p rev 1.6 from FA bios

    yeah usa 94521 i think

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    Default Re: New ep45-ud3p rev 1.6 from FA bios

    Try a lower VTT, as higher isn't always better. Also, try playing with reference voltages (GTL's). They both (MCH Ref and CPU Ref) scale as you add VTT.

    To stablise a Dual Core CPU, try first setting VTT back to 1.200V. Then set CPU ref to 0.760 and lower MCH Ref to 0.720V. Now increase VTT back to your value of choice. Lowering MCH ref can do wonders for stability. At stock MCH ref ratios at 3.9GHz, this CPU fails prime large FFT's instantly. With 0.720V @ 1.2Vtt followed by an increase of VTT to 1.4V, I'm 24 hour Prime blend, 12 hour large and small FFT and 50 runs of IBT max stress stable.
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    Default Re: New ep45-ud3p rev 1.6 from FA bios

    I think i found a problem with the bios , But it could b just me not seeing right. at some fsb testing times have defaulted to 10 x static tread value [performance level in memset].
    and other times at 8 in bios . what i am trying to say is that this specific setting seems to be buggy , not setting corectly. I should be able to reproduce the automatic levels with some sort of a setting but i cant. I can only set it manually.
    example; running 535 fsb 1:1 mem statictread value sets 10 automaticly and i can only add a manuel setting of 9 or 8 what ever. now at 550fsb it sets static tread value valure to 8 automaticly. now it should be reversed lower fsb should be static read value 8 and higher fsb 9 or 10..
    at 475 fsb i should b able to run perfomance level of 9 with this ram but i cant i need to performance level 10 with a turbo setting, not standard at performance level 9 or 8.
    now in meset in windows the performance level number and apply button b would be missing sometimes also.
    on my maximus formula i ran performance level at 8 or 9 i think.. the ram can do it.

    maybe i am missing somthn.

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