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How good is my E6600 Overclock?

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Ive had this PC up for about 1 day now and i just overclocked it. The motherboard has too many settings and I am a little confused with the settings.

So far this is what I have.

CPU 3.2 GHZ--- FSB is 359 ---Mem is 449 at 4-4-4-10

FSB:RAM = 4:5

Anything you guys can think off to help go higher?

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what are your temps?
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what are your temps?
CPU Idle is 35C and Ram is 32C

After running prime95 for 4 hours the highest it got was 52C
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More vcore please! Honestly, I'd drop the divider if the ram was a no go and push that chip right to at least 3.5GHz.
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post #5 of 16
you seem to have a lot of vcore for such a low OC. up your vMCH to 1.55v and your FSB Termination to 1.4v and you should be able to get a 400FSB. and drop your ram to ddr2-800mhz for 1:1 ratio.

up your vcore if necessary
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^ Not a bad piece of advice.
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post #7 of 16
Low Vc and needs more Vc? I guess no one is paying attention to the stock Vc on the E6600 ah? Well, stop the guessing and know it: Core Voltage: 0.850V-1.3525V. So for an 839mhz over-clock, it's a little impossible to still run the CPU with the stock Vc. Also, just an F.Y.I., not all CPUs come from the same batch, while some will require a little less Vc to achieve certain speed, some will not.

And there's a lot more to do when trying to get to 400fsb besides the MCH and FSB voltage increase.

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I'd drop the divider if the ram was a no go and push that chip right to at least 3.5GHz.
It's HZ not OCZ.
post #8 of 16
My E6300 is running at 320 FSB with just 1.1V, so be sure than he can lower that Vcore a bit. As Nasgul said, the stock Vcore for the chips is VERY low, so I am sure the problem with his overclock resides elsewhere.
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post #9 of 16
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Low Vc and needs more Vc? I guess no one is paying attention to the stock Vc on the E6600 ah? Well, stop the guessing and know it: Core Voltage: 0.850V-1.3525V. So for an 839mhz over-clock, it's a little impossible to still run the CPU with the stock Vc. Also, just an F.Y.I., not all CPUs come from the same batch, while some will require a little less Vc to achieve certain speed, some will not.

And there's a lot more to do when trying to get to 400fsb besides the MCH and FSB voltage increase.

It's HZ not OCZ.

That is why i was afraid to raise the vcore so high. When i went to 400 FSB the machine wouldnt post im guessing it could have been the ram possibly.
I will start messing around with it more and research some of the settings on this board. thanks.

and by you statement, im guessing the HZ is better then the OCZ?
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post #10 of 16
It's possible. Set the RAM to a 1:1 Divider, and try for stability. Then lower the Vcore as much as possible, and once more test for stability.
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