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    Default Re: Gigabyte ga-x48t-dq6

    It is unlikely that you can run your cpu at 4.0GHz with CPU Voltage Control = Normal

    what would your voltage???

    thanks

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    Default Re: Gigabyte ga-x48t-dq6

    I don't know what your cpu voltage is at stock settings.
    When overclocking, the voltage required varies somewhat with each cpu.

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/search.php?searchid=106955 is an advanced forum search using X48T in the title.
    You can get a good idea what bios settings and procedures others have used.
    The search found 71 threads with X48T in the thread title.

    Happy reading.

    **edit**
    Apparently the SEARCH results are only saved in the forum for a short time.
    To repeat the search, click on Advanced Search in the upper right corner of the web page.
    Type X48T in the Keyword(s) field and then change the default Search Entire Posts option to Search Titles Only.
    Then click on the Search Now tab and you will get the same results as my original search.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte ga-x48t-dq6

    Quote Originally Posted by kepuntazo View Post
    It is unlikely that you can run your cpu at 4.0GHz with CPU Voltage Control = Normal

    what would your voltage???

    thanks
    Dunno up and see where it fries?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte ga-x48t-dq6

    I coneguido qe starting at 3.8 MHz is stable going well, when I put a 4.0 freezes on windows startup

    omeone can help me put the values

    Thanks for your help po

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    Default Re: Gigabyte ga-x48t-dq6

    Your ram is not rated for 7-7-7... it should be 9-9-9... http://www.valueram.com/datasheets/kvr1333d3n9_2g.pdf

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