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Thread: GA-EP45-UD3R Issues




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    Default Re: GA-EP45-UD3R Issues

    The new Ram i have is what i believe to be faulty. Its an Gskill DDR2 1033 Ram.

    The stable one is my old ram stick. a 1GB x 2 DDR2 800

    I now have trouble getting past 3.15GHz
    @ 315 x 10.0 @ 1.28 Vcore. Hmm...

    And im a bit skeptical of the Vcore adjustment. Does setting it to .5 add on to the current vcore? or sets it as the actual vcore.

    My Previous Mobo added on voltages. so im very cautious.

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    Default Re: GA-EP45-UD3R Issues

    1033? You mean 1066 right :)

    Vcore .5? Not sure what you are asking there, you should be able to adjust your Vcore to any amount selectable by you

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    1066 yea, ive alreadly RMA'ed it at no charge since the newegg warehouse is nearby

    What i mean in Bios is that

    Load Line calibration [Auto]
    Vcore [1.28] (+) [0.5] = 1.78vcore?
    or is it
    Vcore [1.28] >> [1.29] = 1.29?

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    Default Re: GA-EP45-UD3R Issues

    There will be increments for Vcore, like 1.28, 1.2875, 1.29, 1.2925, ect. There will not be any +0.5 like in older boards, is that what you are asking?

    Ohh, and yes, if you mean is setting more the actual amount then yes. Setting 1.2 is 1.20, and 1.25 is 1.25, ect.

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