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post #21 of 26
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My mobo is a asus p7p55d deluxe. It's the CPU that determins the multiplier not the mobo. Don't know about the 1.4V for the CPU but my cooler can take it so I'll risk it.( I live in norway and have cool air from the window into my case via some cheap ventilation plus duct-tape.
PCH and the voltages I havent mentioned are on AUTO. I disabled spreadsheet spectrum (something like that) and another one wich I can't remeber the name for.

of course it is cpu that determines the ratio or multiplier but at some certain model ( mine is core i7 -870 ) it can partially be unlocked by a mobo. For example my cpu has 22 ratio ( without turbo ) but my mobo lets me set it upto 24 ( without turbo ) . You can have these feature in cheap h55 or other less aggressive motherboard.
post #22 of 26
actually i meant "you can not have "

by the way, your motherboard is a strong one
post #23 of 26
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actually i meant "you can not have "
by the way, your motherboard is a strong one

It is a good mobo but a horrible purchase. I was looking for a mobo with SLI support and purchased it from a german on ebay. It was priced in pound instead of euros and with VAT on top of that it turned rather expensive. Added to that P7P55D series don't support 6g/b sata while the p7p55d -e series does.

Other than that I have a Antec P193 case wich is rubbish for its price.
 
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post #24 of 26
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It is a good mobo but a horrible purchase. I was looking for a mobo with SLI support and purchased it from a german on ebay. It was priced in pound instead of euros and with VAT on top of that it turned rather expensive. Added to that P7P55D series don't support 6g/b sata while the p7p55d -e series does.
Other than that I have a Antec P193 case wich is rubbish for its price.

dont bother with the E series asus p55 , they do support 6gbps which is real life perform much worse than 3gbps because the 5 series intel doesnt natively support sata III (6gbps ) so asus implemented marvell sata III controller . And it is full of troubles. Besides the SATA III mode is only available when the pci express lan for the gpu is 8X . Untilmately the e series has never been a sata 6 gbps solution. How do i know ? because i myself using one smile.gif ( P7P55D-E LX)
post #25 of 26
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dont bother with the E series asus p55 , they do support 6gbps which is real life perform much worse than 3gbps because the 5 series intel doesnt natively support sata III (6gbps ) so asus implemented marvell sata III controller . And it is full of troubles. Besides the SATA III mode is only available when the pci express lan for the gpu is 8X . Untilmately the e series has never been a sata 6 gbps solution. How do i know ? because i myself using one smile.gif ( P7P55D-E LX)

New viewer.. I have a similar motherboard and the same CPU and i'm currently ay 3.8ghz.

I have the ASUS p7p55d-e pro and it supports SATA 6Gb/s and USB 3 without PCI-E compensation. by using the new PLX implementation chip. So yes some P55 boards do have real sata III smile.gif I will post my bios settings later as i am getting ready to go out.
post #26 of 26
To reach 4GHZ i use these settings.

i5 760 2.8Ghz
8GB Corsair Vengeance 1600 C9 1.5v
hyper 212 plus one fan

Blck 190
Multi 21x
Vcore 1.285v load line calibration on Vcore at load 1.296v
QPI Auto
Memory 1900Mhz 10-09-10-24
Dram Voltage 1.6v
IMC 1.25
PLL & PCH on auto.

Temps when using prime reaches 70c. when gaming around 63c

I have had this i5 760 for about a year now its a great CPU overclocked. I skipped SB as the i5 OC and with a decent GPU was plenty for gaming, ill be upgrading to Ivy when its released if the performance will be much greater. Peace

edit: Added a second fan to the Hyper 212 and temps are lower by 7-8c at load. 55c when gaming now.

Still need to tweak my memory, i should be able to tighten the timings a little.
Edited by ollie26 - 3/2/12 at 4:20am
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