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    Default Re: overclocking a Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R

    you should be using 2.00B, not 2.4

    2.4 will overclock your RAM to 960mhz, which we don't want right now.


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    Default Re: overclocking a Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R

    Quote Originally Posted by Snippy View Post
    Ohh my FSB is at 400. Should I try both auto and 2.40? If its 2.40 B or D?

    Ah ok, give me sometime lol im on my laptop
    I thought we were doing memory, load your saved settings / optimized defalts and redo.
    Your cpu was prolly on 3.6Ghz lol

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    Default Re: overclocking a Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R

    I added my changed results on Page 3! Hahah Im confused!! Whats going on!!

    @Chike, yes its at 3.6 LOL

    So..we do memory or cpu first @__@?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    I thought we were doing memory, load your saved settings / optimized defalts and redo.
    Your cpu was prolly on 3.6Ghz lol
    Why do you keep insisting on overclocking his RAM?

    He wants to OC his CPU to 3.6GHz.

    I have no idea why your first post in this thread was directing him to a memory overclocking guide..


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    Default Re: overclocking a Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R

    I never said a word about changing CPU Host frequesncy, you said memory 1st I was talking about memory settinhs only.
    It wasn't I who posted the template, I believe one system settings may not be good for another, for instance I am @ 3.4Ghz (still stressing) with vcore 1.12 (at loat) where I see many that stock vcore is above 1.2.

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    Default Re: overclocking a Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R

    Quote Originally Posted by creamsoda View Post
    Why do you keep insisting on overclocking his RAM?

    He wants to OC his CPU to 3.6GHz.

    I have no idea why your first post in this thread was directing him to a memory overclocking guide..
    He does indeed, but I asked and he said memory. And even it was with changing FSB he shouldn't go straight to 3.6

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    dude, you don't get it.. he WANTS to overclock his CPU to 3.6GHz, how the hell is he goin to do that without changing the CPU host frequency?


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    Default Re: overclocking a Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R

    Ok guys! Lets take it slowly haha. Stop arguing :P Lets fix up my memory problem first, and then move on to CPU. How bout that? Since BIOS made it stay 5-5-5-15...lets get the proper latency on it :D

    So..shall I first reload optimized BIOS settings? Or continue with what I have? :)
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    Default Re: overclocking a Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R

    Quote Originally Posted by creamsoda View Post
    dude, you don't get it.. he WANTS to overclock his CPU to 3.6GHz, how the hell is he goin to do that without changing the CPU host frequency?
    The bottom line was
    Quote Originally Posted by Snippy View Post
    Pretty much, just get the best out of my pc, without needing liquid nitrogen to cool my pc lol

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    Default Re: overclocking a Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R

    Quote Originally Posted by Snippy View Post
    Ok guys! Lets take it slowly haha. Stop arguing :P Lets fix up my memory problem first, and then move on to CPU. How bout that? Since BIOS made it stay 5-5-5-15...lets get the proper latency on it :D

    So..shall I first reload optimized BIOS settings? Or continue with what I have? :)
    Yes best with optimized defaults, disable Turno, and then all the rest we talked about, leave tRD on auto, after saving BIOS go bavk and see what it is, if below 7 set to 7 otherwise leave for now.

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