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    Default Re: Memory running at 1066mHz in X58A-UD3R

    yes i just disable c1e and use balanced power saving profile in windows 7 it does the same job,in win xp i keep c1e enabled,cpu-pll is on auto,test with voltages in easytune and run prime95,then when low enough and stable set it in bios, gasan qpi link speed can be 36x or next one up 48x i think it is
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    Default Re: Memory running at 1066mHz in X58A-UD3R

    so for i920 what is the best qpi link speed setting for it ? and the i975

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    Default Re: Memory running at 1066mHz in X58A-UD3R

    can you answer my thread nvlddmkm.sys dead screen

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    it depends how high your overclocked,im not sure but i think 36x is fine below 4ghz,4ghz+ then 48x or next setting up from 36x
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    Default Re: Memory running at 1066mHz in X58A-UD3R

    For QPI, you just need to keep it under 8.8Gt/s, so depending on your Bclk you can use 36 or 44.

    Easiest to keep stable is 6.4-7.8Gt/s

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    so if my overclock under 3ghz the qpi should be 6.4-7.8 and if its over 3ghz 8.8
    fix me if iam wrong ???

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    Default Re: Memory running at 1066mHz in X58A-UD3R

    No, I only meant 8Gt/s or above is where it starts to get unstable.

    You ideally want to use 6.4-7.x

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