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    Default Re: Overclock on GA-X48-DQ6 problem

    Try a higher Sattic tRead Value 8-10 for now.
    I'm not familiar with this board settings, perheps FSB OverVoltage is needed, wait for a word from someone who knows.
    Are all memory timings on auto and the values in your template are the defaults shown in BIOS?

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    Default Re: Overclock on GA-X48-DQ6 problem

    The memory Multipliers are for different NB Speeds and timings, called straps. Here is what each is, use one that you are in, such as 333 or 400 for 400 FSB >>



    Sometimes you have to use the one you are in, like 400 FSB must use 400 Strap and 333 will not work, other times it does not matter. All depends on your ram, FSB and all other settings and voltages.

    I would make these changes now, for sure.

    DDR2 OverVoltage Control__ [Normal] << Set to your ram spec, often this is 2.1V (+0.3 = 2.1V)
    PCI-E OverVoltage Control_ [Normal]
    FSB OverVoltage Control___ [Normal] << Set to Auto or +0.1V for stability
    (G)MCH OverVoltage Control [+0.1V] << Set to +0.2-0.3 for 4GB of ram
    CPU Voltage Control_______ [1.25] << More, you will need to find your own CPU's stable voltage though. Maybe 1.28-1.35 actual shown in CPU-z

    And yes, I also advise using a higher tRD for now, try 8 for now instead of 6

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    Default Re: Overclock on GA-X48-DQ6 problem

    i have tried 8 instead of 6 for the tRD but the outcome is still the same...
    i trying 1.5v for Vcore and its still the same...

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    Default Re: Overclock on GA-X48-DQ6 problem

    Hmmm, could it be that the Q9300 does not like 400FSB?
    Try 399 or 401, if that does not work than maybe something in the middle like 366. It might be a problem finding memory multiplier for it though.

    EDIT: where there any overclocking improvements in later BIOS versions?
    Last edited by Chike; 08-18-2009 at 09:22 PM.

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    Default Re: Overclock on GA-X48-DQ6 problem

    errr i dont think so.. as i went to gigabyte's website and downloaded the F7 bios update.. F8a is still beta..

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    Default Re: Overclock on GA-X48-DQ6 problem

    i have tried 401, 399, 401 and it doesnt work too.. really weird..

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    Default Re: Overclock on GA-X48-DQ6 problem

    I think I saw another quad that didn't oveclock so well on X48 board, try increasing FSB from 333 with low multiplier see where you can get.

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    Default Re: Overclock on GA-X48-DQ6 problem

    i tried with ur first setting 333x6 also it dont really work out..

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    Default Re: Overclock on GA-X48-DQ6 problem

    333 is the native CPU FSB isn't it? Did you adjsut memory multiplier too?
    Use the 2.40B for DDR-800.

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    Default Re: Overclock on GA-X48-DQ6 problem

    i tried already and still the same outcome..

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