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post #11 of 17
If it's also bringing down your voltage, then it's probably a power-saving feature.
post #12 of 17
Check in your bios---->cpu configuration. If C1E support is enabled, disable it. It prevents you from changing vcore, at least it does on my asus boards, but I don't have yours.

Also, in your cpu settings there, look for something called speedstep technology. Disable that too, that's probably why your getting that really low reported clock speed. When the cpu is idle, speedstep drops the multi to slow the cpu, it's like a power saving kind of thing.
    
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I get 1180 stable with a q6600 on the SE version of that mobo. Odd, because 1120 was my max on dual core.
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yeah disable the speed step option and dont set your voltage too high. are you running water? Running your voltage that high can really mess up your chip. Alsocan your specify your hardware specs pls. so we can see. like what kind of HSF your using, etc...
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yeah disable the speed step option and dont set your voltage too high. are you running water? Running your voltage that high can really mess up your chip. Alsocan your specify your hardware specs pls. so we can see. like what kind of HSF your using, etc...

Yeah, a 1.5 vcore is way way to high.
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post #16 of 17
wow, thats a shame.... i didnt realize that version of the asus boards oc'd that poorly. my cheap, lowly p5b-plus is running at 9x400 right now without a hitch.....

do like these guys said, disable c1e, spread spectrum, vanderpool tech, anything you dont need, then set it to manual OC, and set your multi to 9 and upp the fsb from there, keep your corevolts below 1.5, and make sure your ram voltage is at least 2.0, or 2.1 volts (check your ram specs for maximum voltage).

also make sure your nb,sb voltage is upped a little too, and you lock your pci x- at 100, and your pci at 33.3...

go from there. also remember, if you hit a wall, try and "jump" over it. try something way higher. maybe itll go?

sorry, i dont have no experience with these nforce chipsets on intel..... my last one was a dfi lanparty ultra "b" on a 2400+ mobile athlon ;-)

BTW- im on 1.5 vcore, but im on water ;-)
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post #17 of 17
Its a Nvidia chipset so the pci is locked anyway. I think they're rated for 1066 so its prolly not going to go much further. I do find it odd that I can go higher on the fsb with a qaud than a dual though.

I'm gonna check for a new bios, just to see.
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