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BTW, change the multi? For what? As it is x7 is good and it would only go down not up, so the next would be x6, do you want a 500x6? I don't think so.
Dropping the multi is only going to help Pook (and yes, he will do more than 6x500). If he's maxing out his processor, and his board still has some juice, why not milk it for all it's worth? When you raise the FSB, your only helping your memory bandwidth and your processor's overall performance. It's like telling an AMD guy to keep his multi stock, and were in AMD world with these adjustable multi's, aren't we?

@ Wankerfx, I'm guessing 2.2v (mobo max)

@ Pook, all motherboards (well all OCing worthy boards) support Intel Speed Step Technology. It dumps down your multi from stock of 7x to 6x, and reduces the vcore to lower power consumption and heat when the system is idling. It actually can negatively affect OC's and stability when changing from ground state to fully OCed state. What I'm talking about is Biostar releasing an option to manually adjust the multi, which it should have done with the stock BIOS. (usually from 6x-20x depending on board)
    
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What voltage was the memory at DDR2-1000 4-4-4-12?

Great overclock! Seems like you have the same chip I have, mine runs at 3.4ghz with only 1.35V
Everything CL3 was at 2.1v. (Actual 2.07v)
Everything CL4 or CL5 was 2.2v. (Actual 2.11v)

Going to do a vdimm volt mod when I get a multimeter.

And I got a week 26, not 25.

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Dropping the multi is only going to help Pook (and yes, he will do more than 6x500). If he's maxing out his processor, and his board still has some juice, why not milk it for all it's worth? When you raise the FSB, your only helping your memory bandwidth and your processor's overall performance. It's like telling an AMD guy to keep his multi stock, and were in AMD world with these adjustable multi's, aren't we?
I think I'm topping my FSB. More voltage the the NB/SB doesn't help out, temps are ok once I added a higher CFM fan (11CFM -> 30CFM, now its 28C)

Might not be giving enough vcore though, don't want to run any higher because its already running 60C idle.

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@ Pook, all motherboards (well all OCing worthy boards) support Intel Speed Step Technology. It dumps down your multi from stock of 7x to 6x, and reduces the vcore to lower power consumption and heat when the system is idling. It actually can negatively affect OC's and stability when changing from ground state to fully OCed state. What I'm talking about is Biostar releasing an option to manually adjust the multi, which it should have done with the stock BIOS. (usually from 6x-20x depending on board)
Yes, but I said that because on the P5B Deluxe boards, where you can adjust the multi (correct), all it is is an adaptation of SpeedStep, no?

Not really sure what I was trying to hint, it was late last night.
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I guess I'll bump down my voltage from 2.3 to 2.25, because I'm using unnecessary voltage.
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How you know? O_o

Don't base your needed volts off me. Every RAM is different.
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Booted at DDR2-972 4-4-4-12 with 2.2V, now testing with memtest.
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BTW - Wowza, if you want to drop multi, download Crystal CPU-ID.

It lets me lower it to 6x. Won't help if you can't originally boot at x7, though.
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Everything CL3 was at 2.1v. (Actual 2.07v)
Everything CL4 or CL5 was 2.2v. (Actual 2.11v)

Going to do a vdimm volt mod when I get a multimeter.
I got one, and I'll probably get around to doing the mod sometime, just a bit busy as of late, though it's fairly simple pencil Mod


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I think I'm topping my FSB. More voltage the the NB/SB doesn't help out, temps are ok once I added a higher CFM fan (11CFM -> 30CFM, now its 28C)

Might not be giving enough vcore though, don't want to run any higher because its already running 60C idle.
These are the voltages I will probably be using, FSB Termination Voltage: 1.50V and NB/SB Voltage: 1.6V. You should seriously consider a different HS/F, I mean, lol, stock is well.... stock.

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Yes, but I said that because on the P5B Deluxe boards, where you can adjust the multi (correct), all it is is an adaptation of SpeedStep, no?

Not really sure what I was trying to hint, it was late last night.
Are they based off SpeedStep? Speedstep has been around pre-Conroe, and we couldn't lower multi's on 6xx, 8xx and 9xx series CPU's that had SpeedStep. (EE processors not included). So I doubt it's based off that idea.
    
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well i ordered my biostar so and it shipped out today, but you know what i accidently ordered two of them somehow, not really sure how i did it and i couldnt get a email out till after they shipped because i didnt know about it, oh well hopefully they wont charge to much to return,

anyways so does the flashing to the deluxe bios help out very much with this board and what does it net you, more voltage or something, and another thing whats the vdimm go up to, is it like 2.4 or something
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I got one, and I'll probably get around to doing the mod sometime, just a bit busy as of late, though it's fairly simple pencil Mod
Yep. Already have it printed out and everything (Before I even got the board, I was sad at the 2.2v limit). Just lacking the $$ to get a multimeter.

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These are the voltages I will probably be using, FSB Termination Voltage: 1.50V and NB/SB Voltage: 1.6V. You should seriously consider a different HS/F, I mean, lol, stock is well.... stock.
FSB Termination Voltage = 1.45 (Actual 1.53v)
NB/SB Voltage = 1.4v (Actual 1.44v)

Didn't try anything higher than those yet.

And I am. Getting an Ultra-120 hopefully no later than the first week of January.
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Are they based off SpeedStep? Speedstep has been around pre-Conroe, and we couldn't lower multi's on 6xx, 8xx and 9xx series CPU's that had SpeedStep. (EE processors not included). So I doubt it's based off that idea.
What I heard.
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well i ordered my biostar so and it shipped out today, but you know what i accidently ordered two of them somehow, not really sure how i did it and i couldnt get a email out till after they shipped because i didnt know about it, oh well hopefully they wont charge to much to return,

anyways so does the flashing to the deluxe bios help out very much with this board and what does it net you, more voltage or something, and another thing whats the vdimm go up to, is it like 2.4 or something
vDimm = 2.2v

Flashing the BIOS really doesn't do anything, really, from what I've seen. You get a sexy boot up screen, the BIOS is better laid out, and thats about it.
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