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E6600@4948MHz under Cascade (SuperPi 1M@10.297s)

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CPU: Quent's E6600 6B2
MoBo: Asus P5B-DLX WiFi
RAM: Super Talent T800UX1GC4
OS: Windows 2003 Server
HDD: Western Digital IDE 80Gb
Cooling: Cascade @-100°C



UPDATE


Vcore=1.74V
Vmch=1.73V
Vddr=2.81V


Max suicide CPU-Z... The motherboard couldn't scale over this point.


http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=137958

Max Spi 1M, 2M and 4M...





Always nice to see a Spi 4M < 1min



Max PiFast...



Quote:

SYSTEM
CPU: Quent's E6600 6B2
MoBo: Asus P5B-DLX WiFi
RAM: Super Talent T800UX1GC4
OS: Windows XP Pro. SP2
HDD: Western Digital IDE 80Gb
Cooling: Cascade @-100°C


It wasn't the end but very close to... So it looks like the mobo can't scale over 547FSB using 9x; or may be the 6600 hits its wall there.

I've tried to loose RAM timings and to increase the Vcore but nothing helped me from there. I can bench Spi1M up to @4919MHz and make a suicide CPU-Z up to @4929MHz



http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=136750

Vcore = 1.74V
Vmch = 1.73V
Vddr = 2.61V

Normal mode with Green Olive scheme (Reg keys + Maxmem=406): best run was achieved in 10.312s


Quote:
My friend Quent has sent me another chip. This time, after a E6700ES, it's a Retail E6600 prior to send me an Engineering Sample X6800.

It scaled quite well up to 4890MHz Super Pi 1M stable with only 1.73V.

4890MHz http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=136535


Vcore= 1.73V
Vmch= 1.73V
Vddr= 2.61V

best run was achieved in 10.360s



I'll do more work tomorrow...
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post #2 of 42
Wow. Congrats Dude! How far do you intend on taking it?
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post #3 of 42
That's crazy, nice overclocking, before.

Any idea if you're going to get to test out a 680i board?
post #4 of 42
very impressive, good work.
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post #5 of 42
Another great OC from before!

Congrats mate and keep 'em coming!
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post #6 of 42
Nice! Does your friend want to send me some chips?
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post #7 of 42
Bonjour! Avez-vous des images au sujet de votre cascade?



Translated: Hey! Do you have pictures of your cascade?

I'm in my 4th year of French, so I'd know
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post #8 of 42
100% overclock ftw!
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post #9 of 42
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Thank you all for congratulating me!

@beret9987: I'd like to overclock it at least to 4950MHz which corresponds in term of FSB to 550FSB (the theoretical wall for my mobo).

@Namrac: I don't know. The next board I might test is a Biostar (borrowed again to my freind Quent -he works as a writer for an hardware magazine-)

@JacKz5o: not sure if he can...

@Burn: You'r French is pretty good; congrats!



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... It wasn't the end but very close to... So it looks like the mobo can't scale over 547FSB using 9x; or may be the 6600 hits its wall there.

I've tried to loose RAM timings and to increase the Vcore but nothing helped me from there. I can bench Spi1M up to @4919MHz and make a suicide CPU-Z up to @4929MHz



http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=136750

Vcore = 1.74V
Vmch = 1.73V
Vddr = 2.61V

Normal mode with Green Olive scheme (Reg keys + Maxmem=256): best run was achieved in 10.312s




http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=136754

I've got a 10.313s @4909MHz yesterday, so 10.312s @4919MHz isn't the best possible, BTW 4919MHz is a little bit unstable and that's might explain why there isn't a big difference of time between these two frequencies.
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