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is just a lack of voltage or just some random flaw. Ive gotten my e6750 to 3.7 stable so if its a fsb issue i think im good.
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post #7942 of 9621
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Originally Posted by raven117 View Post
is just a lack of voltage or just some random flaw. Ive gotten my e6750 to 3.7 stable so if its a fsb issue i think im good.
It's the 3phase power on the board. It's just not sufficient for a quad at higher clocks.
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It's the 3phase power on the board. It's just not sufficient for a quad at higher clocks.
I'll second that. I was one of the first P5N-E owners to drop a Q6600 in....and I think the first to hit 3.0GHz stable. What a PITA that was- my multimeter verified that although voltage was good, amperage dropped out and was not providing good clean power to all four cores.

Same rig with a mobo swap to the Maximus Formula and 3.6GHz was a snap...higher is probably possible with better cooling....
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alright well i probably just get a 750i bored then they are getting cheaper.
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Originally Posted by Macsimus View Post
I've posted in this thread a couple times, but am still having trouble finding what I'm looking for out of the nearly 800 pages. I have the Q6600 with this board and from what i've learned from you guys is that they can only get it O.C.'d to about 3.0 on this board. Does anyone have an O.C. Profile I could use to get to a stable 3.0 or know where in the 800 pages I could find a tutorial or someone explaining how thye got theres to 3.0?
here is a link to the Q6600 @ 3Ghz on the P5N-Esli guide by Diddler1979

3ghz-q6600-oc-p5n-e-sli-6.html#post3489821
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<Scrapped original post>

Does Patriot Extreme Peformance Low Latency Memory - DDR2-800MHz - 2GB (PEP22G6400LL) work on this board to anybody's knowledge?
Edited by Praeses - 9/21/08 at 5:03am
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I'll second that. I was one of the first P5N-E owners to drop a Q6600 in....and I think the first to hit 3.0GHz stable. What a PITA that was- my multimeter verified that although voltage was good, amperage dropped out and was not providing good clean power to all four cores.

Same rig with a mobo swap to the Maximus Formula and 3.6GHz was a snap...higher is probably possible with better cooling....
I know. Changed to the Maximus and could run my dual core at the time at a much lower voltage for the same speed.
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I was wanting to know due to the large heatsink on the P5N-E will the Zalman CPNS 9700 LED and the Arctic Freezer 7 Pro both fit properly?
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I was wanting to know due to the large heatsink on the P5N-E will the Zalman CPNS 9700 LED and the Arctic Freezer 7 Pro both fit properly?
IIRC the 9700 fits. The AF7 is listed in the first page of the thread as one which fits but...
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(Requires slight trimming of plastic on NB side of fan, w/ stock P5N-E NB heatsink)
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IIRC the 9700 fits. The AF7 is listed in the first page of the thread as one which fits but...
Thanks for confirming that because I read about something like this with the AF7 Pro so wanted to be sure. Looks like I'll be going with the Zalman.

edit - missed that on the first page
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