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incorrect...

AS5 residue can best be removed with solvents such as acetone, ethyl acetate, or mineral spirits. Isopropyl alcohol may not remove old AS5 but it is not like glue..

It is easily removed witha variety of common solvents available at most hardware stores..
I'm not talking about AS5 Thermal PASTE, I'm talking about Arctic Silver thermal ADHESIVE. They are different products.

The adhesive is essentially AS5 with some conductive superglue added in.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835100005
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Right, i have this board and a q6600, my temps are 20 ish idle and around 30-40 load at stock with an AC freezer 7 pro.

How do i go about ocing it? i have no idea.... I only want to go upto 3 at most.

I have manually input the memory timings and voltage. I have also put the CPU VTT to 1.30v

What next?
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I have tried this 3 times now and I must be clueless because I have worked on the settings for about 15 minutes and had to send the motherboard back to ASUS for a replacement (system wont post.... this is my 4th P5N32-E SLI). I really want to know how to overclock to learn. I dont even play games that much other than poker. lol I would just like to be more knowledgable. Thank you for any science you could drop on me.
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I have tried this 3 times now and I must be clueless because I have worked on the settings for about 15 minutes and had to send the motherboard back to ASUS for a replacement (system wont post.... this is my 4th P5N32-E SLI). I really want to know how to overclock to learn. I dont even play games that much other than poker. lol I would just like to be more knowledgable. Thank you for any science you could drop on me.
I've hit 3.8Ghz on my E6850 with the same board my first time. It's all about baby steps. Disable everything Robilar mentions in the first post. Then leave all voltages at stock, then begin raising the FSB in increments of 25. Boot into windows and test with orthos small FFTs for 16 mins (one full round) if it passes, reboot and raise again. As soon as you start getting instability issues, start raising your vcore one step at a time and test again. Once you've raised the vcore 0.5v extra and still not getting any stability, raise your 1.2HT, NB, SB by a lil and try again one step lower for vcore, etc... Make sure VTT is 1.55v at all time.
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I think everyone has their own method... but it's all similar nonetheless.

I tend to start with vcore. I kind of do a little research on the web, see what numbers people are getting at what vcore, what vcore is safe, etc. After that, I decide on THAT vcore... say 1.575v.

Then I know with that kind of vcore, I know I will need chipset stability, so I go ahead and raise my NB/SB/VTT/VHT to the voltages in the upper end that I know are safe, and my memory at maximum "real" voltage (2.3 rated, so I go at 2.275v, which bumps up when windows load). I turn off all the speed spectrum options, all the chip options (C1E, Speedstep etc)

Then the only variable left is the FSB, which I bump up a big margin... then I do the prime95/orthos test 1 round (15-16 minutes), and if stable bump up the fsb again. Once it starts to become unstable at 1 round, I bump down the fsb a notch or two, then Prime95 it 4-24hours, depending on how "stable" you want it.... I do 4 hours, but it's generally accepted to do at least 8 hours. If it passes that mark, then your system's considered stable.

Then once it's stable, go back and turn on C1E/Speedstep/Disabled Execute Bit, and prime it one last time. I turn on these features because I leave my computer on 24/7, and these things save the bill.
    
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All I need it for is to hold the 8.5 gram copper Swiftechs that keep falling. I had one of the brand new ones fall off, this is one of the new ones I used on the spot of the one that first fell off.

Robilar, will the 3M tape do the trick?

Otherwise, Matthews, will the Thermal adhesive allow for SAFE removal? If there is ANY risk of the mosfet coming off with it then that is not an option for me.

Side note: 3.3GHz 9hs 30min Prime95 stable with 59C peaks in CoreTemp, 60C peaks in SpeedFan with 1.3875 Vcore. I have not pushed closer to the wall yet but I might now that I got a safe editing safe Overclock. This was run with the puter sideways on the floor so the fets didn't fall in the middle of the test... how sad, plz help me .
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Bad News:

ERROR after 10hs and 8min, then a second core failed at 10hs and 15min

again 367FSB x 9 with 1.3875Vcore


should I go up to 1.4 Vcore or drop it down to 3.26 like Treatment X?

X, did you try Prime at 3.3 with 1.4? That much is worth it but any more than 0.5V over spec for minimal gains starts to get dumb IMO.
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Yea, I can Prime at 3332MHZ, and it's fine at 1.4125v, but it's very "wacky" when it gets that close to the wall. I would prime for hours and it be fine. Then I play a game, it'll BSOD... I turn on my webcam, it'll BSOD. Sometimes it would, sometimes it wouldn't. So instead of dealing with that kinda random acts of deranged cyber-poltergeist possession, I just opted for <3300MHZ performance... which in my case is mostly gaming. After watching the frames in my games, 3332MHZ vs 3271MHZ has about 2 frame difference...

In YOUR case however, is film, which speeds do matter alot more than frames... but also data reliability and safety is a concern. I don't think anyone can give you the best answer but yourself to be honest, you value your data differently... from an outsider's point of view, I value your data more so than the extra i dunno, 15 minutes, of speed gain you would get from clocking close to the wall. I'd bump down to 370FSB (3330MHZ), and bump up the volt to 1.4125v, since you were golden for 10hours at 376FSB at 1.3875v... and that extra 54MHZ won't make enough of a difference to push your rig that hard...

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Ok, guys... so I started a thread about my "problem" and it might be turning out to be a NB or RAM issue... I couldn't get past the first minute of a blend test so I messed with DIMM voltages but nothing... so I took 2 GB out and I passed 5min....

I am setting the Vdimm back to my 2.25V for 2.29V after droop cause with HZ's I want to be at 2.3V...

Testing again, cross your fingers for me, plz!!!!

Here is the whole thread I started please check it out (2pages):
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...what-does.html


OH CRAP! I also have the clock set to 3.26GHz now... well not a big deal like you said... but I do want to be able to say 3.3 if it is 24hs Prime possible... and the 4GB to 2GB of RAM is no biggie for editing on my software so no biggie there either... it is all about CPU and speed of your first 2GB basically... I guess I am ready for Vista though... but will I have to switch MoBos? If so I might wait till Robilar goes X38 or whatever the crap the 45nm boards are called
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