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    Default Re: EP45C-DS3 Vcore steps ??

    1600 what?
    First of all memory frequency is not all that important, not worth throwing a 100+ bucks on a new MB.
    Second I have already pointed there are a few new BIOS updates, untill you haven't tried them don't give up.

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    Default Re: EP45C-DS3 Vcore steps ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    1600 what?
    First of all memory frequency is not all that important, not worth throwing a 100+ bucks on a new MB.
    Second I have already pointed there are a few new BIOS updates, untill you haven't tried them don't give up.
    1600 Ram speed. and ok about the new bios versions
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    Default Re: EP45C-DS3 Vcore steps ??

    Yes, please try the latest BIOS, you are using a very old one. Be sure you flash properly and safely, and load/apply optimized, then reboot back to the BIOS and make your necessary changes such as SATA/Disk settings and memory voltage before going to windows.
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...h-guide-27576/

    Then reboot again and try some overclocking. Can you add a fan to your northbridge? 60-80mm pointed at it may help, if the NB is overheating.

    I doubt that is an issue though, at least now anyway because you can't even boot so heat could not be the cause.

    Once you update your BIOS and try again, if things fail please give us your new failed settings and we can advise back. The board is not the problem, just BIOS and settings.

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