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post #1 of 5 Old 05-28-2008, 11:06 AM - Thread Starter
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Well, this is my first DFI and I must in looking through the BIOS I have a lot to learn. I was overclocking my Q with an Abit FP-IN9 but needles to say it was a slight overclock. It just couldn't push the Q hardly at all. So here I sit....I have this awesome DFI board and I don't know how to use it yet lol

If anyone out there has this board a 6600 G0 let me know what settings your using please. I'd appreciate it.

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post #2 of 5 Old 05-28-2008, 11:13 AM
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Well what kind of an OC are you looking for, 3.2/3.6/4.0ghz?

I'm currently @ 333FSB(3.33ghz) on the 266 strap with every voltage option set to stock except memory and vCORE(vCORE is undervolted too).

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4.0Ghz(450FSB) is doable with GTLrefs still on auto, all you really have to manipulate is CPU VID control and NB voltage...

NB voltage = 1.35V (might even require a little less)
CPU VID control = 1.XXX (You'll have to figure out this one on your own not all chips are equal)
every other voltage can be left at stock/auto

Another thing to consider is the DRAM speed, you should select from 333mhz strap @ 450FSB...

Option will look like this:

266:667
266:800
333:667
333:800
333:1066

The higher the strap chosen the looser the sub timings(typically better stability)... you can check that out for yourself by booting into windows @ various straps and opening up memset(found here).
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post #4 of 5 Old 05-28-2008, 11:50 AM
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Check this link out also. The BIOS section is rather informative.

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Well what kind of an OC are you looking for, 3.2/3.6/4.0ghz?

I'm currently @ 333FSB(3.33ghz) on the 266 strap with every voltage option set to stock except memory and vCORE(vCORE is undervolted too).
I'm basically looking for the limit of my cpu and then back it off a little for everyday use. I imagine that could be anwhere from 3 to 4GHz

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