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@schuck

The Core 2 Extreme QX6800 you mention is a 65mm Kentfield chip that has a TDP of 130W. If you're board will only accept 95w it won't work anyway.
It would probably be cheaper to get another board that accepts a greater range of CPUs?
     
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How do yah'll post a screenshot of ur cpu-z?
OMG! I feel for ya! I use a program called lightshot(it's free) because I could never figure out an easy way to access the built in screen shot/printscreen feature of windows. Then I just upload the image file lightshot saves onto here.biggrin.gif
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@schuck

The Core 2 Extreme QX6800 you mention is a 65mm Kentfield chip that has a TDP of 130W. If you're board will only accept 95w it won't work anyway.
It would probably be cheaper to get another board that accepts a greater range of CPUs?
I know, but it's got pciex16 2.0, built in hdmi if I need to use THAT, 4 ddr2 memory slots, and Windows 10 is already upgraded on the board.(Did I mention it even has uefi and legacy options in the bios? redface.gif ) It would just be a mainstream internet machine, not a heavy gamer. Has an amd hd5770 in it also. basicly just looking for gran kids to be able to web game some @ most when they visit. looking @ 1 of these 2 cpu's instead now. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Core-2-Quad-CPU-Q6700-2-66GHz-8M-1066-LGA775-/322266969286?hash=item4b089bb4c6:g:1kQAAOSwNRdX4Cja http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-X3230-SLACS-2-66GHZ-LGA775-Quad-Core-CPU-Processor-/182236919674?hash=item2a6e2ab77a:g:iZkAAOSw9NdXqe5Z
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How do yah'll post a screenshot of ur cpu-z?

I personally use ShareX, it's loaded with features and automatically uploads to imgur(or pretty much anything else I want)
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I personally use ShareX, it's loaded with features and automatically uploads to imgur(or pretty much anything else I want)
lightshot can upload to app.prntscr.com and give ya a link to just post it where ya want(twitter,Facebook,ect.) I just save to comp then upload where I want it to go usually. Less involved. smile.gif
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@schuck
I'd experiement to see whether a 1333Mhz CPU will run in the board. It will probably work, but obviously at 1066 - provided the CPU family is compatible. X3370 or X3360 perhaps? There's a X3360 for $US38 at the moment.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-X3360-CPU-Processor-2-83GHz-12M-Cache-Quad-Core-LGA-775-TDP-95W-/121992221193?hash=item1c674d9209:g:hEIAAOSwq5pXPn31
Edited by Revhead - 9/30/16 at 7:37am
     
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@schuck
I'd experiement to see whether a 1333Mhz CPU will run in the board. It will probably work, but obviously at 1066 - provided the CPU family is compatible. X3370 or X3360 perhaps? There's a X3360 for $US38 at the moment.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-X3360-CPU-Processor-2-83GHz-12M-Cache-Quad-Core-LGA-775-TDP-95W-/121992221193?hash=item1c674d9209:g:hEIAAOSwq5pXPn31


I've been working with a q9550 that's supposed to be compatible according to intels site. I'm wondering if I bent a pin or something when I modded the socket for the 771 mod(before I found out the intel bios was so difficult to change/add to) Thing is, it shows the q9550 @ 2.83GHz with 1333 FSB in the bios.mad.gif just doesn't run as that.rolleyes.gif According to intels site, the board supported the cpu. http://processormatch.intel.com/Processors/CompatibleProcessors?componentName=DG43GT
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Think I did it right just prntscr crop in paint & uploaded...

Can someone please give me a start point as to what settings I can jack up to get some more power outa this cpu. I dont see any more speed than my Q6600
Peace
post #10549 of 12470
Heres another screeny from HWMonitor if that gives you an idea where I'm at.. Basically I'm @ default settings in BIOS. I'd like to add that lastnight I put all my voltages @ max in the green settings & this morning my pc was froze. So I tried lowering each one to the next lowest setting & it wouldnt even boot to windows or it wouldnt boot @ all. I had to keep rebooting till it boot to BIOS.

Edited by Cid67 - 9/30/16 at 1:04pm
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You got a x10 Multiplier on that thing, 3,33GHz is a lot to begin with.
132-CK-NF79 , Google says that you use an EVGA nForce 790i Ultra SLI Motherboard.

There should be plenty of overclocking guides out there. Just try a google search for something like "evga 790i overclock guide" and you should get quiet a few results.
That was one of the more popular 790i boards and there should be plenty of threads and experience with it out there.

First: Read Overclocking guides about your specific mainboard, read everything you can read. This will spare you from a lot of trial and error.
Then simply follow these guides, and keep in mind that you use a quadcore, they behave slightly different than dualcores.
Make one step at a time, only increase one value at a time and take time for stresstesting and always take notes / make a table of your settings.
Write down what FSB you set, all the voltages and results, like "POST", "boots to Desktop" and then, depending on the stresstest you use, how far you got.

Another important step: I don't know what BIOS you got on your mainboard, but search the internet for user reports on what bios version for your board appears to be the best for overclocking.
Then don't hesitate to make that version "Xeon ready" and flash it on your board. (Read howto's for that, but it's not that difficult if done right.)


With proper preperation, you are looking forward to a FSB around 450MHz to roughly 530MHz, at least that what the boards should be able to handle. (With a low multiplicator.)
Then it depends on your CPU, PSU and Board how far you can go with 10x multiplier. You should have a blast.


Oh, and depending on your luck, patience and time, the whole process could take a week, patience is the key.



My MSI 790i board kept me busy for around 2-3 weeks. First 790i board with E8200 and Bios v1.23 got me to 440MHz, then I hit a FSB wall. I tried quiet a lot on that thing and couldn't wrap my mind around it. Then I remembered that I had another board and another CPU that a friend of mine used.
Identical mainboard (MSI 790i), identical CPU (E8200) and the same BIOS version. Fired it up and reached a FSB of 475MHz before hitting the wall at 480MHz. I didn't try to get it rock stable yet, but it looks promising.

Then I read some post that sometimes, the latest bios doesn't have to be "the best". So I downloaded all aviable BIOSes for my mainboard, flashed and tried them one after another.
There were four of them, three behaved pretty much alike, but one made all the difference. With that BIOS, I managed to boot to the Desktop with 505MHz!
Sadly a first test showed that I won't be able to get it stable without dealing with GTLs from the beginning so I reduced it to 500Mhz. First testrun looks promising, tomorrow I will see if I can get that baby trough a custom run.

So in short terms, no board and no CPU are alike, even if they appear to be the same. And checking out different BIOS versions can be rewarding.
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