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im on 1101 , and is fine , any 1 know what changes this 1's supposed to have?

for the chap at the wall at 3.2ghz have you tryed clocking past it? I hit a huge wall at 3.6ghz on mine and 3.65ghz works fine.
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Originally Posted by smokeyclocker View Post
Thanks for that, I was getting worried. So any ideas on why my system keeps crashing on 3.2ghz with these volt settings :S ? (stock ram)

vcore - 1.425
mem - 2.10
1.2 HT 1.30
NB - 1.45
SB - 1.50
VTT - 1.55

UpDATE: I noticed its like a squeaky noise coming from the motherboard area when i try othos? Don't think its the graphics card :S
not sure if people would dissagree but id try :
vcore - 1.5
mem - 2.10
1.2 HT 1.35
NB - 1.50
SB - 1.55
VTT - 1.55

this may just highlight that 1 or more voltages are too low even if you dont want to continue at those voltages itll let you know whats going on
im on water so i dunno how itll affect your temps but like in my post before this , tryed a even higher clock than 3.2ghz?:
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Originally Posted by heliopolix View Post
Firstoff, great guide. I had been looking into buying a C2D after my many years of AMD loyalty, and finding this thread about using the 680i to OC an E6600 was the final tipping point in my decision.

I purchased the following parts, and have been taking my sweet time assembling them, to make sure that I don't screw up:

C2D E6600
Zalman 9700
ASUS P5N32-E
EVGA 8800gtx 768MB
2x Corsair XMS2 1GB 4-4-4-12 800MHz
2x Thermaltake Spirit II coolers
2x Swiftech MC21 heatsinks

I am running into an issue mounting the Tt cooler on the SB. The screws that come with the cooler are too tall; the top one is digging into the cooler cover of my 8800gtx when I secure it with the upper standoff. I have been trying to figure out how the one in the pics on the main page is mounted, and it looks to me like you manually bent the mounting bracket to allow the top standoff to screw all the way down. The pics don't show quite the right angle for me to be 100% sure that this is what was done, though. Also, it appears that the bottom screw is installed upside down (the one under the sound card).

Confirmation / corrections / suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Jeffrey

I used a hacksaw and cut the screws a bit shorter and used a different screw instead of the second brass offset


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Little up date with the bios 1101.My 6700ES @ 3.5 need the same volts like in the 0903 and 1002 bios 1.55 My chip love that number.The only thing is running with better temps,no sure if is due to the lapping i did but is running with lower temps.max so far 55c 100% load.
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not sure if people would dissagree but id try :
vcore - 1.5
mem - 2.10
1.2 HT 1.35
NB - 1.50
SB - 1.55
VTT - 1.55

this may just highlight that 1 or more voltages are too low even if you dont want to continue at those voltages itll let you know whats going on
im on water so i dunno how itll affect your temps but like in my post before this , tryed a even higher clock than 3.2ghz?:
What voltages do you have for your 3.6ghz overclock? Never tried 3.6 :O
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What voltages do you have for your 3.6ghz overclock? Never tried 3.6 :O
LOL you dont want to know what i have it at running at 3.75 atm lol
..........1.7 baby! still idles runs from 29-44C so if fine with it , who gives a damn if it only lasts 4 years instead of 10? should be getting my peltier back on it soon. but with my weird wall at 3.6ghz i have 1.55V at 3.575ghz and 1.61V at 3.62ghz
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1.6v...ouch
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Isn't 1.50 for nb a bit too high?
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Isn't 1.50 for nb a bit too high?
Considering its default is 1.25v, I'd say yes. Haveing said that, I had to set it to 1.6v in the BIOS (1.55 actual) to hit 1665FSB.
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Hard drives are unaffected by overclock setting changes made to the cpu or ram. None of the settings in my guide relate to the hdd in any way. One thing I've seen though is overclocks making raid setups unstable. (although its rare)
Robilar, thank you for the reply. Seems that nothing I try allows for a stable overclock above 1550FSB. I managed to boot into 1660 but with the following settings:

Vcore 1.45
1.2V HT 1.4
NB 1.5
SB 1.6
VTT 1.55

I have switched to having the OS back onto a single non-raid drive. After running orthos on blend for just over 7 minutes the computer shutdown and rebooted. Memory is unlinked running at 800mhz setting.
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