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I thought that since I lapped my tuniq and my cpu that I would try to push my oc a bit more. I seem to be stable now at 390 x 9 FSB but at the cost of a vcore of 1.5625v. running temps of 59 C. I don't believe I can get any more out of this thing without going to water cooling. I'll be going back to my 24/7 OC of 380 x 9 after prooving stablity and running some benches. I don't like running vcore this high. And for the record, this is a week L645G chip, volt hungry :turd:.
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FYI, At 1.3125 now the everest test is failing. I dropped it down to 1.28125 and both tests are working fine now......
It ran for over 10 hours with no problems at 3 ghz. Now I can re-install windows and get to gaming.

Thanks everyone for your help. I'll continue to watch this board and add any experience that I can.

Oh, and a very big Thanks to Robilar. Your guide and help is/was top notch.

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I'm right in the middle of ordering parts for this rig and I keep looking at it and think it's just too over the top. Too much video for a 22" monitor for starters. I'm having serious doubts about this C2 extreme x6800 too.
http://www.yesplay.com/StoreProduct....re=OL&hcat=CPU
The price is awesome but I don't know why it's so awesome. I'm also afraid that Intel is going to release a series of killer chips this summer in an attempt to finish off AMD and that I'll be kicking myself for not waiting to see. So I'm thinking about ordering the E6600 instead. If Intel comes out with something amazing it won't be such a sting to upgrade.
As far as gpu's The reason I went with these ones is simply price.
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...nufacture=eVGA
From what I can see they're cheaper than what a lot of people recently paid for GTX's. But again, I read about pending price cuts and a potentially much better product coming out from nVidia so now I'm thinking about either one or a pair of these for now:
I'm interested in the BFG OC 8800 GTX's 2/3's down the page.
http://www.yesplay.com/StoreProduct....hcat=VideoCard
By doing this I now free up enough cash to drop my 22" Acer in favour of this one: a 26" Acer for $799
http://www.infonec.com/site/main.php...tail&id=251098
It's either that one or a similarly priced 24" Dell Ultra sharp like Cognoscenti just bought. Lovely monitor as well. It's a question of picture vs size I guess.
I'm also considering the Corsair Dominator or Geil Red Dragon ram, The Red Dragon is based on D9 gmh chips from what I read. If anybody has tested these I'd appreciate a heads up.
I've got some free time on my hands really need an upgrade and have a bit of cash to spend, I'd just like to spend it wisely is all. All comments,critiques are welcome.
Cheers
That Ultra is dirt cheap get it!!!
739.99 CAD = 350.507 GBP

Here theyre £485 or $1,023.93 CAD
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=587940
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Hi all, i have just bought this board myself and have been looking around for advice to O'Clock it and i would like to thank Robilar for his guide. I have been reading stuff on this thread and it is a great help. But trying to read through all 166 pages is a bit hard
any chance of a new post, perhaps an update guide maybe? with all the great stuff.

I myself have tried just uping the FSB i got it to 1400 then pc started to reboot so having to go back a bit and see how it goes. I am at 1350 at the moment, is this too high as i only have case and cpu fans?

oh and Robilar keep up the good work, for O'Clocking noobs like me, peeps like you make O'Clocking alot easier to understand. Nice one!!!
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I myself have tried just uping the FSB i got it to 1400 then pc started to reboot so having to go back a bit and see how it goes. I am at 1350 at the moment, is this too high as i only have case and cpu fans?
I've found that anything over about 1350ish FSB requires more CPU vCore, and in turn, more NorthBridge vCore. Though with higher vCore your temperatures will soar if you don't have sufficient cooling. If you're making use of the stock cooling on the motherboard chipsets and the standard Intel HSF, I don't see you manageing any higher unless you invest in better cooling.
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I've found that anything over about 1350ish FSB requires more CPU vCore, and in turn, more NorthBridge vCore. Though with higher vCore your temperatures will soar if you don't have sufficient cooling. If you're making use of the stock cooling on the motherboard chipsets and the standard Intel HSF, I don't see you manageing any higher unless you invest in better cooling.
A 100cfm fan blowing onto the motherboard will do wonders for cooling the stock cooling setup.
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A 100cfm fan blowing onto the motherboard will do wonders for cooling the stock cooling setup.
I agree, even simple ghetto mods will do the trick. I used to run my system at 3.75Ghz with an old tumble dryer pipe leading from just below my NorthBridge to an open window.
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Be careful when going ghetto though... I am a bit worried I might have damaged my NB...

Robilar do you thing I could get a bit of your get? I would love to hear your opinion about my situation with my instability (possibly related to my NB)

I posted all the info starting on page 164

BTW I looked at your gallery and I must say...NICE RIG!!! I want that case so bad now... and your PSU!!! or an other PSU that will help OC higher and had the modular design!
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What about with the stock cooling?

Getting a different sound card is out of the question.
The sb cooling is low profile (stock) and any sound card will fine fine.
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Be careful when going ghetto though... I am a bit worried I might have damaged my NB...

Robilar do you thing I could get a bit of your get? I would love to hear your opinion about my situation with my instability (possibly related to my NB)

I posted all the info starting on page 164

BTW I looked at your gallery and I must say...NICE RIG!!! I want that case so bad now... and your PSU!!! or an other PSU that will help OC higher and had the modular design!
I'll go back and review, perhaps I can shed some light.

The case is pretty nice. I had a thermaltake armor before (Which I modded a fair bit) but this thing blows it away.
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