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Old 09-18-2007, 10:10 AM   #1
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I've been searching around and havnt found a good one yet, i dont quite understand how this works, seems a little more complicated then with AMD.

I Have an E6750 and an EVGA 680i
I also have OCZ DDR2 800 memory and I want that to be running at 800MHz or close to it.

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what are you having trouble with?
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Just raise the MHz of the Front Side Bus...
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Old 09-18-2007, 06:56 PM   #4
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Just raise the MHz of the Front Side Bus...
i couldnt find that in my bios -.-

what menu is it under?
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This should help

http://www.evga.com/support/manuals/122-CK-NF63.pdf
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Depends on your BIOS, but it could be automatically setting it, so you need to find a way of allowing manual timings.
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Old 09-18-2007, 07:32 PM   #7
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does everything look alright here:

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Yeah, that's fine. The max temperature for most of the Core 2 Duos is 60*C.
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Yeah, that's fine. The max temperature for most of the Core 2 Duos is 60*C.
k; i need to get some more fans my 2900XT is making my case hot when i had my am2 rig it idled at 26*c and maxed out at 38*c 100% load

This maxes at 42*c and is idle 36*c or so
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Yeah, that's fine. The max temperature for most of the Core 2 Duos is 60*C.
k; i need to get some more fans my 2900XT is making my case hot when i had my am2 rig it idled at 26*c and maxed out at 38*c 100% load

This maxes at 42*c and is idle 36*c or so
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