Originally Posted by Aleslammer
Thanks, voltage was around 1.55 as I remember, I'll go after it once the stock cooling has been replaced, just wanted to see what the board was capable of. Did play with p/l setting jumping it up to 9 or 10.
Would i be able to join this? With a 425MHz (from 333) on my Q9400.
I had it stable at 440FSB and 445 for a bit, but after a while with just music playing it would BSOD D:
I'm running DDR2 800 - Two kits that are slightly different.
They are both Corsair XMS2
4GB kit with 5-5-5-18 @ 1.8V
2GB kit with 5-5-5-18 @ 1.9V
Computer won't boot at anything less then 1.9 so it's set on 1.92 to be sure.
What else could aid me in FSB overclocking? I'm really hoping to acheive 3.8GHz but i understand that 3.4GHz is still a pretty hefty overclock!
Also my RAM runs quite warm, should i get a smallish 80-92mm fan to cool it down?
Whats the max you guys would suggest for voltage also?
EDIT: Also timings are lowered to 5-5-5-12 on both kits, it's been tested for more then 8 hours (With prime 95 and various Intel burn test runs). It's set at 5-5-5-15 as it was causing problems at 12 with music playback after a few hours? I really don't know as these stress testing programs are useless tbh..