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post #341 of 5659
Rolibar and others.

This is my first post on here, so here I go.

I purchased a p5n32-e sli board and g.skill f2-6400phu2-2gbhz memory and tuniq tower. This is all for a x6800 that I got from a friend.

I need to know what kind of voltages that people are running that are using this setup, I know that you (rolibar) are using 13x at default fsb, and that sounds good to me but I was not getting stable at that settings. After about 2 minutes of running orthos blend I would get an error. Before that I tried to run 1308x11 fsb at 1.45v cpu and 2.1v on memory (written on the chip). That boots but gets unstable after about 2 minutes also. Im beginning to think that I am missing something in this setup, maybe the northbridge/southbridge voltage.

Can someone post bios screenshots with exact voltages they are using for a stable 3.6 overclock. And any other settings that effect that kind of overclock on my chip (x6800).

Thanks.
post #342 of 5659
I currently have my E6600 overclocked to 3.0Ghz and will keep it like this until the end of next week as the stock cooling isn't enough to run the voltages through the chipset I need for 3.4Ghz and maintain stability.

Right now I have my voltages manually set to their respective defaults, apart from the VTT which I have maxed out. This still alows for stable operation of my E6600 @ 3.0Ghz (FSB 1333).

HT - 1.20v
Northbridge 1.25v
Southbridge 1.50v
VTT - 1.55v

For 3.4Ghz (FSB 1512) I had my voltages raised.

HT - 1.30
Northbridge - 1.45
Southbridge - 1.55v
VTT - 1.55v
post #343 of 5659
Thank you tactical, I wonder if these settings for voltage work with the overclock on the x6800. I would be cool with the 13x266 that is default.
post #344 of 5659
You could always try upping your CPU vCore to 1.55, which is still a reasonable voltage on a Core 2 Duo. However, be sure to monitor your temperatures and run Orthos for a good few hours to confirm stability.
post #345 of 5659
with the last 2 bios releases I think you dont need as many volts.

My 3.4ghz runs stable and not hot so i will note the voltages next time i reboot.

The time it takes from pressing DEL to the bios screen seems to take longer than it used to lately
post #346 of 5659
Hope it helps


post #347 of 5659
So pretty much you want to use the same voltages (or around the same) for most all chips (6800 or 6600)?
post #348 of 5659
If you stay close to these you should be fine.
post #349 of 5659
just my two cents here, guide helped me out a lot. So far the only problem I have is my ram has to be synced or othros gets an error instantly! Just wanted to point that out, it may be an ocz only problem. I'm getting a water cooled nb sink this week and I'll try upping the volts on that and see if it helps. Right now I have a fan zip tied onto the stock asus one, which actually helps out quite a bit!
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Originally Posted by Creepy Jon View Post
just my two cents here, guide helped me out a lot. So far the only problem I have is my ram has to be synced or othros gets an error instantly! Just wanted to point that out, it may be an ocz only problem. I'm getting a water cooled nb sink this week and I'll try upping the volts on that and see if it helps. Right now I have a fan zip tied onto the stock asus one, which actually helps out quite a bit!
Use the unlinked mode,and use more volts in the nb to get stable.And you have the rigth volts in your memory?
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