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Old 08-09-2007, 01:54 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Man my DS3R is about to go find the UPS truck and get the processor it self. It's just sitting there begging to get thrown in my Stacker 832 and get the E6750 and tuniq 120 ontop of it.
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My new system is up and running. The BIOS is kinda confusing. No way to manually set RAM speed? I gotta go in and poke around some more
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press crtl+F1 to unlock the ram timings...the BIOS aren't that confusing really
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For some reason, Gigabyte chose to hide that setting, without saying it in the motherboard manual either.
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press crtl+F1 to unlock the ram timings...the BIOS aren't that confusing really
Ah! Alright. Why isn't that mentioned anywhere?
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For some reason, Gigabyte chose to hide that setting, without saying it in the motherboard manual either.
he told you heh....no idea why really but it's just not in the manual. The DS3-P65 was exactly the same thing
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Oh and CPUZ always says my multiplier is 6x, but it's set at 8x in the BIOS.
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Ah! Alright. Why isn't that mentioned anywhere?
It's probably so that, the newbie overclocker, won't get confused and starts messing around with them. More like an advanced setting, for more experienced overclockers.
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ram timings aren't dangerous as more as they would be like WTF MATE for a newbie overclocker.

As for the multi error...i'm not so sure. I remember hearing of this I think but I never had the problem myself. I would google it or search overclock.net forums
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