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because tried and tested on your system is not the same thing as tried and tested on hers. especially with her system as high as hers is because her processor may need more or less voltage to get to that speed and your processor may not even be capable of that speed.
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lol the card with the board is ok -for my ears anyway!

I just blew £770/$1500 on the qx6800 this afternoon.

That will be fun to play with.
I will be interested in what you can raise the FSB to. Most ppl can't get it above 330 with the QX6700 on any Asus 680i product. Perhaps it will be different with the QX6800 although according to Robilar and others, there is virtually no difference to have a higher fsb/low multi versus a low fsb/high multi...and may be preferential.
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i think everyone here at one point was a noob at overclocking, and i know i can crack it but i would just like some guidance, of course i could learn everything from scratch which would take a lot of time, but why not just find someone with the exact same system as me (there seems to be a few) and ask for the settings which have been tried and tested.
alright if you want some settings to try then try this. first go into the SLI ready memory thing and set that to expert, then change your vcore to 1.3, then in the FSB area put 1350 then in the memory area put 800.

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I will be interested in what you can raise the FSB to. Most ppl can't get it above 330 with the QX6700 on any Asus 680i product. Perhaps it will be different with the QX6800 although according to Robilar and others, there is virtually no difference to have a higher fsb/low multi versus a low fsb/high multi...and may be preferential.
yeah i am stuck around there with my q6600, but not for long because i'm getting water cooling.
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i think everyone here at one point was a noob at overclocking, and i know i can crack it but i would just like some guidance, of course i could learn everything from scratch which would take a lot of time, but why not just find someone with the exact same system as me (there seems to be a few) and ask for the settings which have been tried and tested.
Spec wise there are systems similiar but may and may not require extra tweaking,vcore to become stable. Robilars guide gives us a starting point where to start at but if youre not familiar as to what is what I wouldn't suggest overclocking your setup until you are. Anyone that has used this board can give you there voltage settings and fsb however they may or may not work for your setup. We are here to help but don't rush, not everyone is here all day and yu don't want to set something wrong and blow your setup
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Spoilt , here I caved in and turned off my pc and took some pictures!











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yeah you can go ahead and try those settings, but i wouldn't be surprised if they didn't work for you.

Edit: OMG cog that was your 666th post!!!!!
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thanks for that, is that with your current system in your sig? (the E6600)

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also cog, can you clarify what graphics setup you have coz on your sig it says 8800 GTX sli but on the top 30 charts it says GTS,

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Coggy does that SLI memory feature actually do anything? I didn't notice a thing when i used it. And according to Robilar (i think) it was recommended to be disabled.
 
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yeah i am stuck around there with my q6600, but not for long because i'm getting water cooling.
I'm not sure that will help since most Asus boards won't even post past 330. According to EVGA (who unlike Asus RMAed their boards) it wasn't a heat issue, it was a hard wired problem with the mobo itself that only effected quads on the 680i platform. Later version EVGA boards now don't have the quad wall.

Having said that, you might get lucky as some have and maybe water will be the salvation...who knows. There is also a soldering and/or pencil mod solution that might help get it up to just over 360 but I've never seen a confirmed before and after test so I'm a little skeptical. Not to mention if you screw up the mod you're hosed for a RMA.

Hope if works out for you.
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