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hit f8 during post repeatedly and then choose the usb stick from the list
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OK. Looks like the numbers for temp that I was getting from the latest version of Everest were way low.

Using Coretemp I'm getting 43C idle and 60-61 load running Orthos. This seems to be inline with some of the numbers in this epic thread.

As far as the OC goes I'm running stable at 300x9 (2.7GHz)@1.325v. with the memory timings at 4-4-4-10 1T@800 MHz. Robilar, I picked up your advice way back in the early parts of this thread concerning tight timings and lower FSB for the memory as opposed for going broke on the FSB as this would impact the speed in games and such. Please correct me if I mis-understood.

As far as going higher with the CPU it seems I'm hitting a wall at 300. I was able to get 333x9@1.4v. and it booted into windows and I was absolutely stoked at the fact that I was running it at 3GHz (using default memory timings of 5-5-5-12 2T@800MHz.) It ran Orthos for 3 hours and the temps got to 66C under load. It even ran 3DMark05 and I got 14,300. I was going to keep it there but when I rebooted it wouldn't post. If I cold booted chances were that it came back after I went into the bios first - but it never does a warm boot. I decided to go back to 300@1.325 and work my way up with the voltages but I get the same starting at 303 no matter how much voltage is applied. I didn't think that upping the voltage past 1.45v. was going to do anything so I stopped there.

Any suggestions on what I'm running into here?
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- but it never does a warm boot. I decided to go back to 300@1.325 and work my way up with the voltages but I get the same starting at 303 no matter how much voltage is applied. I didn't think that upping the voltage past 1.45v. was going to do anything so I stopped there.

Any suggestions on what I'm running into here?
I had that problem alot where it wouldnt warm reboot after changing bios settings.
I would turn it off at the wall for a few seconds then power up again.

Try going straight up to a higher value as you may be stumbling where you are
i.e Try 353 at 1.4v see what happens
Try 359 etc etc
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Thanks Cognoscenti.

I will give that a shot and see if I can break through. I'm thinking that with a week 44 of the 4300 I'm probably hitting the ceiling anyway. I only got the thing to practice overclocking and I'm pretty impressed that it even posts at 333 .

Will post back with update.
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First up, hello & thanks to Robilar & everyone for the best P5N32-E thread on the internet, well worth the signup!

Although I've been overclocking since 286 days, this is my first foray into watercooling, so would certainly welcome any advice from the illuminati in this thread, hehe!

For this system I bought an Alphacool Ready2Go Stacker, but ended up draining it and replumbing it anyway as I didn't like the layout. Currently just the CPU is cooled, with a triple rad, and using 10/8mm tubing with screw compression fittings.



Whilst this gives me great temps, the motherboard of course gets roasty, and the NB hotter than a snake's butt in a wagon rut! I'm looking to add the 8800GTX, NB, and perhaps left bank of mofsets into the loop... (hoping to leave the SB and top bank of mofsets as is, as they don't get quite so hot)

What I'd appreciate some guidance on is the best way to plumb it together - i.e. is a single loop still ok with all that?

For neatness I was thinking the best route would be pump->cpu->mofset->NB->GTX->rad->reservoir. With the components so close together there will be some quite tight bends in the tubing, so I am thinking I might use some right-angled fittings, unless they're considered a no-no? (I guess they must affect flow rate a little?)

Anyway, TIA for any help!
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Cognoscenti - have you tried to get the FSB up beyond your posted results?
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First up, hello & thanks to Robilar & everyone for the best P5N32-E thread on the internet, well worth the signup!

Although I've been overclocking since 286 days, this is my first foray into watercooling, so would certainly welcome any advice from the illuminati in this thread, hehe!

For this system I bought an Alphacool Ready2Go Stacker, but ended up draining it and replumbing it anyway as I didn't like the layout. Currently just the CPU is cooled, with a triple rad, and using 10/8mm tubing with screw compression fittings.


Whilst this gives me great temps, the motherboard of course gets roasty, and the NB hotter than a snake's butt in a wagon rut! I'm looking to add the 8800GTX, NB, and perhaps left bank of mofsets into the loop... (hoping to leave the SB and top bank of mofsets as is, as they don't get quite so hot)

What I'd appreciate some guidance on is the best way to plumb it together - i.e. is a single loop still ok with all that?

For neatness I was thinking the best route would be pump->cpu->mofset->NB->GTX->rad->reservoir. With the components so close together there will be some quite tight bends in the tubing, so I am thinking I might use some right-angled fittings, unless they're considered a no-no? (I guess they must affect flow rate a little?)

Anyway, TIA for any help!

I definately wouldnt be putting all those in one loop.

The NB on this board is really hot.
8800 cards pump alot of heat.
Your CPU needs its own dedicated loop and if you have to maybe do the mosfet cooling on this one.
8800's and SB ,NB in a seperate.

I have a secret project underway and some crazy cooling which I can show but you have to wait about a couple of weeks
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Cognoscenti - have you tried to get the FSB up beyond your posted results?
On the Quad? no, not yet.
I have a whole new build underway so I will wait til then.
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I definately wouldnt be putting all those in one loop.

The NB on this board is really hot.
8800 cards pump alot of heat.
Your CPU needs its own dedicated loop and if you have to maybe do the mosfet cooling on this one.
8800's and SB ,NB in a seperate.

I have a secret project underway and some crazy cooling which I can show but you have to wait about a couple of weeks
Thanks cognoscenti! OK, noob question here - would a second loop require another rad, reservoir etc, or could I run something in parallel and still leverage the triple rad? (This rig's on the company asset register, don't want to chop it up tooooooo much )

Ooh, can't wait to see Project-X! A couple of weeks is a perfect timeframe - I need to wait for the expenses cheque to clear some space on the credit card anyway!
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Got some feedback from a buddy with this board on the new beta bios that was released. Apparently it increased stability for overclocking 4x1 gb of ram. He was unable to run the ram at anything but stock stable and is now able to run his corsair c5-8500's (all four of them) at tight timings and has tried some mild overclocks with stable results. I'll get him to run some tests and I'll post back exact numbers.
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