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Make sure you set your RAM voltage manually. This mobo undervolts.
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post #3492 of 5659
yea, and also make sure to check the actual voltage in the Dimms while Idle and Load and the Idle is off a bit and then there is a bit of droop under load...

Just in case the guys didn't already post it for you... use Everest Ultimate 2007 or later for accurate voltages
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Ok will do, Thanks guys.
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I have just installed this board (Asus P5N32 E SLI) with an E6850 and 2Gb of Geil PC8500 ram.

Im not an overclocker as such and run at stock speeds.

The ram gets a bit hot to say the least..Geil says run them at 2.4volts which I set in the "Overvolting" section of the BIOS. Does the voltage need to be that high or can I lower it and see if the temps drop?

Im also running dual 8800GTX's.

Can anyone please tell me the best BIOS settings for this kind of setup please?
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I actually notice quite a difference when reverting back to 2T (SNIP!)
Actually, if you're running at 711 with 1T, you're doing alright with 4 sticks. I often run 4x1 and I like to compare it to 2x2 (where I'm at right now), and I am simply unable to get decent benches at 4x1 without dropping to 1:1 with tighter timings. I would definitely look into 4-4-4-12-1T, and probably 3-3-3-9-1T if you can pull it off. Try to get stable with one of those. Let us/me know if you get there because then you can tweak some advanced timings that can squeeze a lot more out on this board.

***EDIT: Please note the attached for some examples.

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I have air blowing and sucking (SNIP!)
I have blowing and sucking, too... but I prefer other-than-air solutions for those situations.
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Originally Posted by anthonyl View Post
I have just installed this board (Asus P5N32 E SLI) with an E6850 and 2Gb of Geil PC8500 ram.

Im not an overclocker as such and run at stock speeds.

The ram gets a bit hot to say the least..Geil says run them at 2.4volts which I set in the "Overvolting" section of the BIOS. Does the voltage need to be that high or can I lower it and see if the temps drop?

Im also running dual 8800GTX's.

Can anyone please tell me the best BIOS settings for this kind of setup please?
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Can not get the ClockGen to work! Doesn't recognize my MB (Striker). Any ideas?
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BIOS v1302 blows some serious goats. I can no longer POST to 360x10. That used to be no problem. Rolling-back.
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Dostoyevsky77;2999078]Actually, if you're running at 711 with 1T, you're doing alright with 4 sticks. I often run 4x1 and I like to compare it to 2x2 (where I'm at right now), and I am simply unable to get decent benches at 4x1 without dropping to 1:1 with tighter timings. I would definitely look into 4-4-4-12-1T, and probably 3-3-3-9-1T if you can pull it off. Try to get stable with one of those. Let us/me know if you get there because then you can tweak some advanced timings that can squeeze a lot more out on this board.
I've tried those timings but the system will not boot at all with them As I'm quite new to the OC malarky I could do with some advise from you guys please.

If my system is seemingly happy running at the 5.5.5.12 1T timing can i just unlink the FSB/Mem now and crank up the FSB whilst keeping an eye on temps and stability. I understand its a bit of a balancing act between the two but for a reasonably safe OC would this be ok, also I've tried the FSB up to 1300 and get an extra 20000+ Aquamark points although I don't want to fry anything. I think the CPU was up to 2.92GHz then and an E6600 should go a lot higher shouldn't it, even safely?

TIA for your advice guys

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Hey new little line here, but what is the fastest anybody here has gotton this board with a E2160 to?
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