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post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by Nasgul
The problem in my opinion is the heat-sink/fan, I mean 41c idle? That seems a little too high for a 65nm CPU. My Presler idle does 30c and my Conroe does 33c with the Tuniq Tower.
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What's your ambient? My Presler idles at 41, but my ambient is 25 outside the case and about 33 inside the case. If his ambients are like mine, that's not bad for that cooler.
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Ambiant temps.: outside the case is 21, and inside is 31.

Core temps are 35.
    
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Ambient, it's 75f but the funny part is that when it reaches 79f then the idle jumps to 35c, yet at 79f the same load temps is reached, 43c.

I have my system in my basement and for crying out loud, my basement just gets too fricking hot, upto 81f last night, it's not a walk-out basement though. I think I'm gonna have to get me one of those portable AC units.
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I sure hope those ambients are in F, Nasgul. 75C would be 167F Quite the sauna in that basement if that's the case (81C = 178F)
    
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I sure hope those ambients are in F, Nasgul. 75C would be 167F Quite the sauna in that basement if that's the case (81C = 178F)

Forget the sauna in his basement, that would mean his air cooler is running the CPU 30 degrees UNDER ambient
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I had luck with these settings around those speeds....

CPU- set multi at 7x, you can always increase your multi later instead of your fsb. I run a 7 multi @ 462mhz for 3.2ghz.

Chipset- leave everything set to auto until you find a stable oc for your cpu. Only increase voltage as your RAM speeds increase. After you determine a good setting, then you can fine tune your RAM timings.

Frequency Adjustment- Turn all spread spectrum settings to OFF. Lock your PCI clock to 33mhz and PCI-e to 100mhz.
Vcore in BIOS- 1.38v {has been good for me upto 3.4ghz}
NB voltage- 1.55v
SB voltage- 1.6v
ICH voltage- 1.2v
VDimm- depends on your ram. I have Ocz ddr2 800, I give it 2.35v around 925mhz and 1.95-2.05v around 800mhz.

Hope ya get it
I'm trying to set my system up similary but for some reason I can't change the multi from 9 to anything else. I changed the "modify ratio support" to enabled and the "ratio CMOS setting" is in blue text but I select it and hit enter an nothing happes. Any clue as to what is going on? Could I just be missing something simple, another setting maybe? I'm running bios version 0614 but I also tried 0507 and the same thing happend.
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The option for the multi does not pop up....you just enter the new one and hit enter. Im running the 6xx bios for the P5b also. Previous verison did not allow me to change the multi.
post #18 of 18
I would do the following:

1) Enable the CPU Multiplier function in the BIOS and set it to 8...Also, Turn off all other functions in the CPU Section.

2) Manually set the Timings of your DDR2 in the NB chipset section of the BIOS: Corsair is 5-5-5-15

3) Reduce the Divider so that the memory is running at a 1:1. At 333 this should be 666.

4) Put your CPU VCore to 1.4000 Volts (DO NOT USE AUTO).

5) Put your NB Vcore to 1.45-1.55 Volts (DO NOT USE AUTO).

6) Save settings and exit.

Now reboot and check the system for stability.

After this, start to increase the FSB until you loose stability again. At this point you will need to add more VCore to the CPU.

Give it a shot.
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