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    Default Re: Is my OCZ causing me to BSOD?

    Yeap X3075 is a LGA775 Dual Core. Counterpart to E6750 (You are partially right, As you see here FC-LGA6 is 771, intel is just to dumb or lazy to update to the proper FC-LGA775) it is LGA775 same as FC-LGA775>>>

    Intel® Xeon® Processor 3075 - SLAA3

    SLAA3 (Intel Xeon)

    Newegg where I bought it >>
    Newegg.com - Intel Xeon 3075 2.66GHz 4MB L2 Cache LGA 775 65W Dual-Core Processor - CPUs / Processors

    And yes it has a X in X3075, just is not listed at all places. But I dont mind if I am wrong, Getting a E3110 Monday anyway. I post that as my "Away" message for L33tsig, as l33tsig pulls it up as X3075. Ill update the offline for now, since It will be gone monday anyway. but online it will say that no matter

    Same as my New CPU (Cept Intel Dropped the X to make us 775 Xeon users look less cool) I have a E3110 Xeon on the way to be here monday. There is alot of 775 Dual and Quad Xeons now, 65nm and 45nm

    Here is my X3075 CPU-z



    ALL of these are 775 Xeon's >>>
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    Default Re: Is my OCZ causing me to BSOD?

    That's plain weird, I looked all over Intel when I saw your sig as my second pc has a Xeon E3110 in it and I didn't see any mention of an X3075 anywhere when I was researching prior to purchase which is why I asked the question.

    I'm sure you'll enjoy the E3110, mine does 4.0GHz on 1.33750v no problems.



    I'm thinking X3350 or X3360 for my next buy, but I'm having a little trouble convincing the Mrs I really "need" one.


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    Default Re: Is my OCZ causing me to BSOD?

    YA, I really was going to get a X3350 but it had been out stock at newegg so long I just convinced myself 4Ghz sounded better then any quad since still many apps do not take full advantage. And yeah that 350 is a pretty hefty amount to be spending for a cpu that will likely be 250 shortly.

    You on air or water?

    Yeah, L33tsig, and Something else I cant think of bring it up as X3075, so I just marked it like that one day on my away message for l33tsig, and never changed it to 3075, sounds cooler! I looked at it like the X either way meant Xeon. Makes the ladies crazy!!!

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    Default Re: Is my OCZ causing me to BSOD?

    Air, Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme

    My theory is along the lines of Nehalem is coming soon and by all accounts Intel is planning on locking most cpu's except their premium priced overclocking range so the 3360 could well be my last oc chip.

    If Intel does as is being touted it's either AMD or shell out big bucks to oc, neither appeals to me really.

    Back on topic: no word from Relly yet although he is logged into this thread, I wonder how he is getting on???
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    Default Re: Is my OCZ causing me to BSOD?

    So what RAM plays nice with my motherboard?

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    Default Re: Is my OCZ causing me to BSOD?

    I can't give you a definitive answer mate, sorry, but my suggestion would be to Google up some P5N32-E reviews and see what ram was used and how good the results were.

    I'm a Kingston HyperX fanboy tbh, that is my personal preference but I can not guarantee that it will "play nice" with your board. Have you looked at the Memory QVL for your board?? I don't see OCZ on there anywhere :( did you check the QVL before you purchased your modules??

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    Default Re: Is my OCZ causing me to BSOD?

    Personally I'd try 1st with a fan blowing directly over your RAM before changing it.
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    Default Re: Is my OCZ causing me to BSOD?

    I already ordered an RMA a few days ago. I'm ordering new RAM so I wont be without a computer for a couple of days while waiting for the new RAM to arrive.

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