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E6300ES B0 @3856MHz + D975XBX R.302 & P5B-DLX

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D975XBX R.302

I've firstly tried with an Intel D975XBX R.302 fully modded so that it can run Core 2 Duo chips. It was pretty disappointing because the Bad Axe didn't allow me to increase FSB above let say the low end 450 range. I've just performed some little tunes with the RAM.



I guess saying the 2-Stager was useless isn't a surprise... BTW with the chip @1.24V the core temp was -77°C (It was -83°C at stock freq+vcore) Obviously, it's a very bad mounting; it would have been in mid -90°C.





Also, I would like to share some pictures of the E6300ES prepared by myself...





Then I've made some tests with watercooling instead of phase change and managed to reach 450MHz 3-3-3-4 @ about 2.25V...



http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=130708

Sorry for the bad picture (I really hate taking bad pictures )...



P5B-DLX

Because of the FSB limitation of the Bad Axe, the more interesting benchies were performed with P5B-DLX... My mounting was weird again but gave me slightly colder temperatures.

It looked like the P5B wouldn't go over 551FSB *7 without freezing while running obvious tasks. It doesn't really matter and I've managed to run several Spi1M @3856MHz... times felt within 14.578s and 15.625s.

14.578s @3856MHz seems me pretty good.


Vcore = 1.79V (useless?)
Vmch = 1.64V (tried with 1.69V but it was obviously useless)
Vddr = 2.61V


Normal mode with Green Olive scheme (Reg keys + Maxmem=256 + Copywaza=3.7Gb): best run was achieved in 14.578s



http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=135713
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post #2 of 19
Muahahahahaha! I've been waiting for another before overclock extravaganza.

From what I've heard, the Bad Axe requires several mods to become a good overclocking board.

Edit: I don't think the Allendales do as well on phase as the Conroes do, it seems the higher you go in the model line, the better phase overclockers you get. Getting some X6800s in soon, by any chance?
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Hi buddy, I haven't had the time these past months to overclock... For instance, I've been owned this Bad Axe and E6300ES since late June

The Bad Axe is fully modded and it might be possible to get better FSB by playing with the Vmch trimmer but I hardly need something between 500 to 550FSB to give this modest E6300ES a chance to shine.

I'll have one or two E6600 from a friend of mine in the near future (1 week or so)... but no X6800 yet
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post #4 of 19
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Hi buddy, I haven't had the time these past months to overclock... For instance, I've been owned this Bad Axe and E6300ES since late June

The Bad Axe is fully modded and it might be possible to get better FSB by playing with the Vmch trimmer but I hardly need something between 500 to 550FSB to give this modest E6300ES a chance to shine.

I'll have one or two E6600 from a friend of mine in the near future (1 week or so)... but no X6800 yet
Awesome. Sdumper got to about 4.5 with an X6800, and 4.2 with an E6700, you should check out his thread. I'll be looking forward to the E6600s, and it's good to have you back in business.
post #5 of 19
Wow, I would be dissapointed if I were you as well.

Why can't you raise the Multi to get more FSB per Multi?
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Thank you I can't play with higher Multis, this Engineering Sample processor allows only Multis lower than 7 included.

I've tuned a little the Vmch and Vddr trimmers in order to put more volts on both the FSB and the RAM... I'll give it a try later.



Also, I would like to share some pictures of the E6300ES prepared by myself...



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Oh crap. For some reason I thought you were on an X6800. Nevermind.

But nice clocks still just a little low for Phase cooling thought.
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Sure, that's very low for phase change... this is because of the mobo. But with more Vmch it might be possible to do some better performances.
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I've performed some RAM testing today, and these STT T800UX1GC4 did pretty well: 3-3-3-4 541MHz @2.21V (as observed with a multimeter)

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1:to1: ratio not an option either? Just curious...
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