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post #11 of 19
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Actually, I've to tune the Vmch trimmer in order to increase FSB over ~ 450. BTW Despite of my very little knowledge of that plateform, I doubt it's doable to run the RAM and the FSB @541MHz 1:1.
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post #12 of 19
That is very nice ram you have there 3-3-3-4 at nearly 1100Mhz and on only 2.2v
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Looks dandy. You should be on OCN more often.
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post #14 of 19
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Thx guys! BTW 1333 strap seems to make bugs with RAM.

So I've tested this morning with 1066 strap and 1:1 divider. Spi1M failed over 445.



http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=130678
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post #15 of 19
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I've 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 )...

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post #16 of 19
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FIRST POST UPDATED

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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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ahaha in the first picture with the picture of a man on the monitor, when i first looked at it i thought it was a man sitting behind the window fixing something
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post #18 of 19
Wow, very nice!

What ram is that you have?? Those are great timings!
 
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post #19 of 19
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@laziboi: hehe that's me in the picture... eating a hamburger and drinking beer in NYC.

@krunk_kracker: Thank you. The RAM is a kit of Super Talent DDR2-800 CAS4 2*512Mb (obviously, it's an Overclocking Edition). Actually, it would work with even tighter timings such as tRAS=3, APtA=3 and tRFC=18 (17 didn't pass). BTW it didn't help getting faster times.
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