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Well when I bought the Asus Striker Extreme II I heard it was F.... great for OC accompanied by the E8600
By the way to be honest, I finjished the Prime 95 afte 4h and 20m, no errors but yes it gave me top 59 but average over 50. Strangelly the other core didn't even being 100% stressed didn't got over 50.
Why I can't go higher with my mobo? what is the limitation? thanks

Have you tried lowering RAM speed and then raising your FSB?
post #12 of 21
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On Prime95 `schould I leave advanced options SUM(IMPUTS) and ROUND OF CHECKING ticked or unticked?
    
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post #13 of 21
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On Prime95 `schould I leave advanced options SUM(IMPUTS) and ROUND OF CHECKING ticked or unticked?

Just use the small FFT setting for heat generation
large fft setting for error detection
post #14 of 21
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On Prime95 `schould I leave advanced options SUM(IMPUTS) and ROUND OF CHECKING ticked or unticked?

 

I don't think anyone messes with other settings like that.

 

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Just use the small FFT setting for heat generation
large fft setting for error detection

 

No, for Core2, Small FFTs is the way to go for proper stability testing. Use anything else, and you're just wasting time.

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post #15 of 21
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No I didn't. I will check this tomorrow, I am a bit drunk atm. But I just need to bring down the RAM FSB? M=because my ram is unlinked to the ram.
Thanks anyway.
    
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post #16 of 21
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No I didn't. I will check this tomorrow, I am a bit drunk atm. But I just need to bring down the RAM FSB? M=because my ram is unlinked to the ram.
Thanks anyway.

 

It's still linked. Unlinked just means you have a *LOT* more straps available. It just *seems* like it's truly unlinked. There's no way to truly unlink the FSB and memory.

 

If you're kinda drunk, then I wouldn't screw around with overclocking because you could put your computer at risk. I've seen it before and I'd hate to see it again (unless, of course, you don't care if you hurt this computer).

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post #17 of 21

Let me guess: your avatar is an extremely recent photo from tonight. lol

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post #18 of 21
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Noooo that avatar was the easiest I found to place in profile, that is it. I was on a technical visit to Itaipu hidroeletric powerplant with other engineers.
No f...way I am going to oc my puter now.

I need to go to bad. just that and you have a good night
    
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post #19 of 21
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It's still linked. Unlinked just means you have a *LOT* more straps available. It just *seems* like it's truly unlinked. There's no way to truly unlink the FSB and memory.

Hy TwoCables. After some sleep and a cup of coffee I am back LOL
Soo you saying my BIOS actually don't have really separated settings for FSB and DRAM?
But in the main menu I have this options:

FSB MEMORY CLOCK MODE: AUTO/LINKED/UNLINKED
FSB RATIO: AUTO/5:4/3:2/SYNC MODE
FSB (QDR): 400 to 3000
MEMORY (DDR): 800 to 3000

However FSB RATIO only show up, if you select LINKED on the option above.
And MEMORY (DDR) only show up, if you select UNLINKED on the option above.

If it is not really unlinked why do Asus left the MEMORY DDR option available?
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post #20 of 21

I'm just saying that it's a misleading name. "Unlinked" is technically wrong. I just feel it's important to know that it's actually not truly unlinked so that you can see why it doesn't seem perfectly unlinked - because you'll see that it's not and you might wonder what's going on. It's just a lot more memory straps to give the illusion that it's unlinked.

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