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Thread: Gigabyte EP45-DS3L with Corsaire XMS2




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    Chike is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-DS3L with Corsaire XMS2

    Try setting MCH Core to 1.16-1.24v, if 1.16v is not available try 1.2v.
    Also increase DRAM Voltage by a click or 2 (1.86-1.88v).
    Have you ran any stability test on your system before?
    I Would recommend running Prime95 large FFT torture for 2 hours for a start. Monitor your cores temperatures with RealTemp or Core Temp, anything above 60c for Prime95 means there is a cooling problem.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-DS3L with Corsaire XMS2

    Hi Chike

    ok i actually ran it on the settings in the png file for a few hours. temp never rose above 55c. and system appears stable at the moment.

    are there any other torture test you recommend just to see if this really is stable?

    and thanks for all the help so far.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-DS3L with Corsaire XMS2

    So it seems stable without any changes at all? No instability with firefox/AVG?
    If you still get errors try 1.16v MCH Core first.
    Prime95 blend for 6+ hours should be ebough, you can also run OCCT medium with dataset.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-DS3L with Corsaire XMS2

    Yup. Strange. Well I'll try what u have suggested and see what happens.

    Thanks again for your time!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-DS3L with Corsaire XMS2

    With 4GB memory sometimes 1.24v is needed, but if you get away with less that's better.
    My board does fine with 1.16v at 333MHz FSB and 1.18v at 450MHz FSB.

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