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e6750 OC with GA-P35-DS3

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Hello guys, Im from Germany and Im starting with OCing.
My currenct PC ist already 4 Years old and i want to get a bit more power out if him until i got a new one.

PC:
MB: GA-P35-DS3 (bios update F14)
CPU: C2D E6750
RAM: 2x HV20MK48DE 2GB-Kit DDR2 MDT (4x1gb) http://www.hardwareschotte.de/hardware/preise/proid_8032319/preis_2GB+2er+Kit+MDT+TwinPack+M2GB-800K
CPU Cooling: Thermaltake Golden Orb II http://www.hardwareschotte.de/hardware/preise/proid_8015460/preis_THERMALTAKE+Golden+Orb+II+CL-P0220D
Grafik: ATI Radeon HD 5750
Netzteil: Bequit! BQT E8-500W
Soundkarte: Creative Sound Blaster X-FI Xtreme Gamer
HDD: Samsung HD501LJ 500GB 7200, 16MB Cach
CD/DVD: Samsung SH-S182D
Case: Thermaltake Soprana Black VB1000BWS

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EXAMPLE OF MY COOLING SYSTEM!!! ITS not my PC

I got my C2D e6750 from 2,66 to 3,2 GHz until now Stable, here some PICs:
(If i did something worng or if u have any advice to get a better performance pls tell me)

Now to the Tests
Prime 95 (started at 23.34 and finished 2hours and 40min later)

at 01.09:
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after 2hours and 40 min:
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NOW Stress-Test Torture
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CPU on IDLE
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Bios Printscreens!

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Thx in Advance
post #2 of 4
Thread Starter 
no1 there to help me?
post #3 of 4
Check to see what voltage your RAM runs at. Default for that motherboard is 1.8V I think. So if your RAM runs at 2.0V, you need to adjust your DDR2 Overvoltage to +.2V.

If you want to overclock your processor more, you need to up your voltage. Standard E6750 voltage is 1.35V, you are currently running at 1.28V. Set your CPU Voltage Control to about 1.39V and then try increasing your FSB some more.
post #4 of 4
Thread Starter 
Hello, and Thx for the Reply.
First of all i updated it going from PCI-E Auto to 100MHz (read it should be better instead of AUTO)
Here some Prints.
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Now i didnt really understand. U mean that my RAM is on 2.0V and i should put it to 1.8V?? so doing +0.2V???

Or did u mean that my RAM should get the +0,2V to get to the 2,0V???

Since MY RAM now from the CPU-Z info ist at 1,80 V.
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