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    Default Re: X48-DS5 Overclock .....

    I mean more MCH Voltage might help you use a lower tRD

    Are you using the latest BIOS? If not that might be part of the issue

    Edit, just checked, try this BIOS
    http://www.fileden.com/files/2009/12...X48DS5.F8f.zip

    Please DO NOT USE @BIOS to flash, use Qflash or DOS, here is a guide
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...h-guide-27576/

    If you are using RAID pay very close attention to my comments in a image in regards to loading optimized with RAID after your flash.

    As for sleep the latest BIOS may also help too, but you need to be 100% Stable before you will be able to resume from sleep so I suggest you not try sleep until you get sorted out.

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    Default Re: X48-DS5 Overclock .....

    bios updated

    have noticed that some bios settinga have changed though ....

    CPU GTLREF1 VOLT RATIO is set at auto as always but now CPU GTLREF2 VOLT RATIO can no longer be set at auto but has manual instead ? and also PCIE Over Volt Control can longer be set at auto and has manual, 0.1, 0.2 etc etc, i have this set at manual atm is this ok ?

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    Default Re: X48-DS5 Overclock .....

    GTL Ref 2, you can scroll to the top and put auto? How about if you hit numlock key, then try to enter zero?

    Ya, PCIE is fine in manual, use +0.1 if you have to.

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