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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    Question:

    For all the voltage settings, do I just manually enter the same numbers that appear to the left under the "normal" column next to AUTO?


    Thanks for looking this over!

    Edit: Also where do I go to fill out the RMA on the original board?
    Last edited by Esch; 08-14-2009 at 03:30 AM.

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    For DDR-1066 you memory needs DRAM Voltage 2.1v. Auto may set it to 1.9v but it's still too low.
    Ram page says it's EPP ready I wonder why you don't have the XMP option, have you began with loading optimized defaults?
    Could you post screen capture of MemSet main and spd window(click the spd button) and EasyTune advanced voltage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    For DDR-1066 you memory needs DRAM Voltage 2.1v. Auto may set it to 1.9v but it's still too low.
    Ram page says it's EPP ready I wonder why you don't have the XMP option, have you began with loading optimized defaults?
    Could you post screen capture of MemSet main and spd window(click the spd button) and EasyTune advanced voltage?
    I didn't do optimized when I started, I just jumped in and changed the CPU and RAM settings and that was it.

    Sorry, I'm a little confused, where is the MemSet at? You talking about using CPU-Z or is this another program? Attached is the Easytune page. Note I have not made any of the changes to the bios per the previous recommendation yet....


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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Esch View Post
    I didn't do optimized when I started, I just jumped in and changed the CPU and RAM settings and that was it.

    Sorry, I'm a little confused, where is the MemSet at? You talking about using CPU-Z or is this another program? Attached is the Easytune page. Note I have not made any of the changes to the bios per the previous recommendation yet....

    yes after clearing the bios with jumper/remove battery you should load optimized defaults to reset all settings default to cpu. save changes with F10 and reboot renter bios and reset M.I.T settings. Yes the voltages to the left are the default voltages. Cpu Vcore value on left is the Vid for your cpu to run at defualt speed. Mch voltage may set to 1.2 - 1.28 for 2x2g ram. Dram voltage set manually to atleast 2.0v for ddr2 1066 may need the 2.1v

    For ET6 voltages you wanna look at the Tuner tab then the advance buttong then the voltages tab. That will show you what you are using in bios if all are set to auto or what you have manually entered in.
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    Ok I rebooted and set optimized defaults... this fixed the 266mhz CPU host frequency issue. That's now at 333. I have not changed the main voltage settings, however I have a question on the ram voltage..

    I noticed that from 2.1 on the color turns pink, then after another set of numbers, it then turns red. My guess is it's warning me that the voltage is getting too high. So, do I still set it to 2.1 even though the MB shows it being borderline dangerous high voltage?

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    Here's the detailed voltage in ET6...


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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Esch View Post
    Ok I rebooted and set optimized defaults... this fixed the 266mhz CPU host frequency issue. That's now at 333. I have not changed the main voltage settings, however I have a question on the ram voltage..

    I noticed that from 2.1 on the color turns pink, then after another set of numbers, it then turns red. My guess is it's warning me that the voltage is getting too high. So, do I still set it to 2.1 even though the MB shows it being borderline dangerous high voltage?

    Yes 2.1v is fine even up to 2.4v but the standard voltage for ddr2 is 1.8 so pushing up to 2.1v the mother board is like up thats a big jump from 1.8 but todays ram can handle it up to 2.1v. Higher you will need good ram and cooling for them.

    ET6 voltages look good if you at stock speed. Is that auto or did you set them all manually? If thats auto they are the stock volts. Set manually to those values. Do you still have stuttering at those settings now?
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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    All the settings you see are AUTO stock voltages, I never messed with them yet. If these look good I will manually set them to lock them in and then change the ram to 2.1 as well.

    I'm still having the stuttering problem, however. I reinstalled my video card drivers hoping that was it, but no luck. That's why I asked about the SATA plugin placement because I thought maybe I had the cable in the wrong spot and the MB / Bus was working extra hard to do stuff. So need to narrow down which driver is causing the problem, sigh.

    I'll post again after I reboot after setting the voltages manually.

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    Ok set all of them to "Normal" and ET6 shows them all being exactly the same as the last screen grab I gave you, with the addition of the ram showing 2.1v now.

    Question on that: It says "Power On: 1.9", "Target: 2.1"

    So does that mean it's actually at 1.9 still even though my target was 2.1? I had problems with this ram and the last MB I had as well where it would never get the voltage right.

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    You can find MemSet and other monitoring/benchmarking/stress programs in Latest Overclocking Programs, System Info, Benchmarking, & Stability Tools
    What exactly is this system stutter? Does freez every half minute?

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