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Old 03-04-2009, 01:06 PM
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Yes you did say that. Well, at least I tried didn't I. I will experiment how low I can get vcore at 1333 fsb x9 now. Again, many thanks for your help DerekT.
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Please do let us know how you make out and I don't have a problem replacing the memory for you if U like but I really don't think the memory is the issue here.
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Sure thing. Then when you decide to move to a 45nm quad core with a 333Mhz bus (Be sure to get an E0 revision) you will very likely be able to increase the memory speed and CPU bus speed.

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Old 03-04-2009, 07:29 PM
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You may not be surprised, but all is well at 1333 fsb, but the cpu does require quite a lot of vcore. 1.4v to be exact.

But, the most important thing is that it's stable and all is well, no BIOS corruption, POST freezes or bsods.

RAM is running sweetly at 1333 mhz at 9-9-9-24 1T. 1.6v in BIOS 1.66v actual.
NB is set to 1.32.
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Old 03-04-2009, 07:34 PM
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As it well should. That's fine CPU Voltage for an A Fab.

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You may not be surprised, but all is well at 1333 fsb, but the cpu does require quite a lot of vcore. 1.4v to be exact.

But, the most important thing is that it's stable and all is well, no BIOS corruption, POST freezes or bsods.

RAM is running sweetly at 1333 mhz at 9-9-9-24 1T. 1.6v in BIOS 1.66v actual.
NB is set to 1.32.
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Old 03-04-2009, 07:44 PM
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Well, I'll stop hassling you guys now. Glad to have sorted out that it wasn't a mobo/RAM issue.

I'm happy with 3ghz now. Plenty fast for me if I'm honest. Again many thanks to both RAM GUY and DerekT.

Rest assured that I probably will be back when I build my i7 system with Corsair memory. ;)
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Oh No



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Rest assured that I probably will be back when I build my i7 system with Corsair memory. ;)
Joking. Come here BEFORE you make any decisions on hardware.
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Old 03-04-2009, 08:11 PM
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yeah, wouldn't have bought this motherboard coupled with a 65 nm quad then... Oh the pain it could have saved me...

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