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The 1205 BIOS is now available off the FTP site. Haven't tried it yet.
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I have this mobo with a q6700 watercooled with a Aquagate S1. I have managed to oc the fsb to 1200 for a 3ghz speed on the cpu. It stays under 55c running prime and seems stable. I did raise the VTT to 1.55 volts as this guide recommends, but have my vcore on auto as I am not sure what to set this at. Can anyone recommmend a vcore setting for 1280 fsb so I can hit 3.2ghz? Running it on auto (vcore), when I ran prime temps still looked pretty cool, but become unstable after less than a minute. I am assuming its a vcore issue. Any suggestions? The only other voltage I have set manually is my memory at its rated 1.9v. I have not tweaked the SB or NB voltages, just them mem and the vtt.

Because this is not the extreme the core multi is locked at 10 so I am forced to up the fsb.

Thanks!
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(SNIP!) Any suggestions? The only other voltage I have set manually is my memory at its rated 1.9v. I have not tweaked the SB or NB voltages, just them mem and the vtt. (SNIP!)
I take my vCore to 1.4125 for a 3.46 on the extreme. I haven't really tried for too much faster because I have an Aquagate too & get up to 60 degrees at load. Some of those people with insane liquid have taken much higher to blast through the 4GHz envelope, but with an Aquagate, you probably don't want to go too much over 1.4, I'm thinking.

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The 1205 BIOS is now available off the FTP site. Haven't tried it yet.
Woahhh....

so anyone try it with Q6600? any higher FSBs?
does it say why it was released?
Where is that? link?
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1205 is the re-release of 1203 with the usb polling issue resolved. (thats what caused issues for some users with razor devices). otherwise, its functionally identical to 1203.
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Hello everyone, I'm new here to overclock.net and I wanted to say hello and thanks to Robilar and everyone else that has contributed to this thread.

I'm currently running my E6600 at stock atm while I wait for my Spirit II NB/SB coolers to arrive tomorrow, (got my Swifttech MC21's today for the VRMs, boy are they smaller than they looked in all those picturers) but then I plan to start overclocking.

I read through a good portion of the thread once and have been trying to keep up, but its quite a large thread. I was thinking about shooting for around a 3-3.2GHz overclock and I had a few questions about the CPU VTT setting, a question about my temps, and one or two others.

Ok first question when you say to set the CPU VTT to 1.55, do you mean to adjust it so that the Hardware voltage monitor reads about 1.55 in bios or to just set it to 1.55 in the bios settings and not worry about what the hardware monitor reads it at?

And question #2

with the following settings @ 2.4GHz

Vcore 1.26 [1.25 under load](set at 1.2750 in bios)
CPU VTT 1.26 (auto)
NB 1.25 (auto)
SB 1.55 (auto)
HT 1.25 (Auto)
DIMM 2.03-2.05 (2.0 in bios)

and an ambient of room temp of 27c according to the thermometer reading in my digial clock. I am getting about 30c / 32c in core temp at idle and around 44c for both cores under full load in prime 95 v 25.3. My question is are my temps decent at those settings for a Zalman 9700 LED with AS5? Also with those temps at stock would you think I should lap the Zalman along with the CPU, or do you think its not needed unless I were to try for a higher OC?

I was also curious what voltage would you recomend I start at for the CPU / NB for a 3-3.2GHz overclock. I know 1.35 was mentioned initially in the guide for the CPU, but I was more curious as to a starting point for the NB voltage.
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Hello everyone, I'm new here to overclock.net and I wanted to say hello and thanks to Robilar and everyone else that has contributed to this thread.

I'm currently running my E6600 at stock atm while I wait for my Spirit II NB/SB coolers to arrive tomorrow, (got my Swifttech MC21's today for the VRMs, boy are they smaller than they looked in all those picturers) but then I plan to start overclocking.

I read through a good portion of the thread once and have been trying to keep up, but its quite a large thread. I was thinking about shooting for around a 3-3.2GHz overclock and I had a few questions about the CPU VTT setting, a question about my temps, and one or two others.

Ok first question when you say to set the CPU VTT to 1.55, do you mean to adjust it so that the Hardware voltage monitor reads about 1.55 in bios or to just set it to 1.55 in the bios settings and not worry about what the hardware monitor reads it at?

And question #2

with the following settings @ 2.4GHz

Vcore 1.26 [1.25 under load](set at 1.2750 in bios)
CPU VTT 1.26 (auto)
NB 1.25 (auto)
SB 1.55 (auto)
HT 1.25 (Auto)
DIMM 2.03-2.05 (2.0 in bios)

and an ambient of room temp of 27c according to the thermometer reading in my digial clock. I am getting about 30c / 32c in core temp at idle and around 44c for both cores under full load in prime 95 v 25.3. My question is are my temps decent at those settings for a Zalman 9700 LED with AS5? Also with those temps at stock would you think I should lap the Zalman along with the CPU, or do you think its not needed unless I were to try for a higher OC?

I was also curious what voltage would you recomend I start at for the CPU / NB for a 3-3.2GHz overclock. I know 1.35 was mentioned initially in the guide for the CPU, but I was more curious as to a starting point for the NB voltage.

set cpu vtt in the bios to 1.55 (the max) don't worry about what it reads as in windows and it has no effect on temps.

set your ram voltage manually (if you already haven't) before you begin overclocking. Most ddr2 ram needs 2.1V but check the maker site to confirm

your temps with a zalman 9700 are fine. The zalman has a good base finish and is usually fairly flat so don't bother with lapping. If you had a thermaltake big typhoon that would be another story...

NB voltage should start at 1.4 up to 1.45 but make sure you have your aftermarket cooling on the nb before you start cranking the volts. This board absolutely needs active nb cooling for any kind of long term stable overclocks.

regarding cpu voltage, 1.35 is a good starting point
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Am I the only Vista user in this forum? If not, NVIDIA have released their 15.08 chipset drivers today.
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1205 is the re-release of 1203 with the usb polling issue resolved. (thats what caused issues for some users with razor devices). otherwise, its functionally identical to 1203.
Thanks Rob, so I might just skip this one as I am quite stable other than this BSOD yesterday after running the puter non stop for over 24hs
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The 1205 BIOS is now available off the FTP site. Haven't tried it yet.
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Am I the only Vista user in this forum? If not, NVIDIA have released their 15.08 chipset drivers today.
thanks for the heads up. Rep +1
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