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DFI Lanparty S939 NF3 Ultra -TWEAKS

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Wait, so does 67 or 68 lock it!? Or both!? Sorry, I'm still new to nf3....

 

Pick one ;) eeny meeny miney moe wich one locks this board fo sho...

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67 here now, seems to have helped, actually!

 

Still just running it at 240HTT? Get that Sandy up there man! Drop the multiplier and crank her up!

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i still cant seem to get my venice/mem to OC at all. If i turn the HT up even 1mhz ill either blue screen or freeze in 3dmark's =/ ... still using default board bios. i have my voltage at pass thru, +.2 , and mem at 2.7v

 

edit: every time i try getting a little more out of this thing it doesnt work out so well. (Everythings running great now.. but stock) I end up clearing cmos and going right back to these settings. should i try putting my mem in a diff DIMM? its in DIMM1 right now. i feel i should get atleast 2.3 =/

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Will the ddr booster and 3 sticks of ram work or is it too tight of a fit?

 

thanks,

 

Tom

 

No...Booster takes up two slots. Leaves you stuck with slots one and two if you use XP-120 or XP-90...

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i still cant seem to get my venice/mem to OC at all. If i turn the HT up even 1mhz ill either blue screen or freeze in 3dmark's =/ ... still using default board bios. i have my voltage at pass thru, +.2 , and mem at 2.7v

 

edit: every time i try getting a little more out of this thing it doesnt work out so well. (Everythings running great now.. but stock) I end up clearing cmos and going right back to these settings. should i try putting my mem in a diff DIMM? its in DIMM1 right now. i feel i should get atleast 2.3 =/

 

You are doing something wrong.

Overclock using one of the guides. If you do it properly you'll find out which part of you machine is not clocking and from there you can figure out why.

Don't overclock everything at once, try and see your max for CPU, Motherboard and RAM separately, that should give you an idea of what's wrong.

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