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Well, you can see my desktop pc under my singnature.
I use Photoshop CS, Pinnacle studio 10 and Hollywood FX 6.
I get mpegs and mp4s, edit, render them and create 2 hour dvd.
I'm not a proffetional, it's just my hobby and I don't intend to destroy it making it bussiness.

After reading this man's ( http://www.overclock.net/member.php?u=18897 ) help I managed to go so far: http://www.overclock.net/1566979-post18.html

Can you help me go any further safely?
I can't afford watercooling and extrem moddings.
It's not funny, but we (me and my wife) are getting ready to become parents and we take under consideration every cent we intend to spend (for the fisrt time in our lives) .
    
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You're going to need to increase the cpu vcore voltage as you start to run into problems. Doing this will increase your cpu temps so be sure to watch these.

Also, once upping the cpu vcore doesn't solve the problems you need to increase the nb vcore as well as the mobo might be the cause of the problem.

Take a bit of time to scout around for other users with P5B's and E6400's and take note of their voltages, temps and speeds they're running at to give you an idea of what to aim for so you don't fry you cpu with 1.7v and have a go at me

Good luck matey
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You might try going 4:5 by raising your DDR speed by one setting. This will get your memory speed up.

On the CPU side, try setting your voltage at about 1.350 as you raise CPU.

You should clamp down by setting your PCI-E to 100 and PCI to 33.33. Also disable spread spectrum.

Good luck; it's not all that hard so I'm sure you'll kick ass!
    
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What exactly is your heat-sink/fan?

You could just keep trying higher and higher till you hit the wall. There are other things to do when hitting higher frequencies such as the magical 400fsb on a 1:1 ratio.

Here, look:


Now, there are a few changes that have to be made, so:

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In the first pic, the PCI's should be locked at 101 and 33.33mhz, then CPU Vcore @ 1.60v or 1.65v, then FSB and NB Vc should set the values when "they" start turning yellow, you'll see.

In the 2nd pic, everything should be disabled.

In the 3rd pic, should be 4-4-3-10-6-35-10-10-10, Static Read Control should be disabled.

And that's how I got my 400fsb.
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This is what I managed to do after following all your advices and reading around sticking posts.
Idle CPU Temp is 47 celsius. Is this good or bad?
Will my pc last for two , two and a half years?
    
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47c Idle is very hot IMO.

The safe load temp for an overclocked C2D is 55c so you're only 8c off that at idle.

That dosen't give you a lot of headroom. You need to upgrade your HSF
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I know you said water cooling is beyond your budget, but if you take your time, you can put together a nice WC system and not hurt you bank account balance too much. There are several people around on OCN that can assist you in putting together a good loop on a budget. The reduction in your temps is amazing. I have a P4 single core(they run really hot). I used to idle @ 50-52C, and under load climb up to 70C. Now with a crappy TT Silent Water I idle between 39C and 41C, and under a load it only climbs up to 49C. That is a huge reduction in temp. The cooler load temps also have made my system run more stable. Whatever you decide to do, Goodluck
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Will my pc last for two , two and a half years?
Not likely. You need to get the CPU Vcore off AUTO. To have the CPU last that long without gambling, you will want to keep the Vcore under 1.4 (staying around 1.35) and the load temp (not idle temps, they are meaningless) under 55c.

With the Vcore on AUTO, when overclocking it will spike the voltage way higher than you want, and higher than you need, and voltage monitoring programs won't always catch it. You need to set the Vcore in the BIOS so that it won't go up when you make FSB changes.
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Nasgul,
I tried out what you posted one week ago for your 400 fsb and I got a 85 celsious in core (idle, through TAT), lots of temp warnings and a frozen pc after a while. I used restart button to turn off.
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Thumper,
I also tried out your advice for CPU vlotage, which looks very logical, but the pc still freezes with the use of Nasgul's post. Did't try out elseware, but I will. Your way of thinking seems very logical.
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Richie P,
I also followed another advice I found out reading around in here, for 3,2GHz, 400x8, Vcore 1,275, mem 4-4-4-12 (what is MCH voltage? ) and I got 3,2 GHz and 400 FSB (first 3 attachments) but in the same time ..... I got 3,6 GHz and 225 FSB (last 2 attachments).

Any opinions?
Why is the second cpu grey and not black?
Are everest and cs filemon so easely "cheated" ?

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OF YOU.
MAY YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ALWAYS BE HEALTHY.





    
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