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Can i use 2 of these Thermalright HR-05-SLI Chipset Cooler along with a Tuniq Tower on the P5n32-E
Get the IFX models, and get the non-SLI variations. From the location of the southbridge, it seems the SLI model moves its self into the way of the other cards.
    
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hi all just want some advice to where i am going wrong or not as the case may be
I have stable oc @ 3.5 on a E6850 but thats about it cant seem to run stable any higher . i am on air cooling Bigtyphoon 120 and only on stock on the nb and sb . i have followed the exellent guide at the start of the thread but have now come too a standstill any advice
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i suppose i should be happy with this oc but feel i should be getting more
Hi. First, don't settle with any OC you feel you should be getting more from.

I had to go much higher voltage than most people were reporting to get my E6750 stable at 3.82. I think Lilratt had the same issue. Also, a big deal when you're at such high FSB is to knock NB up a little to 1.45. Make sure you have some aftermarket cooling when you do that. I have one of the teeny Tt Spirit IIs, and even the very tip of it is too hot to touch.

***EDIT: LOL at your avatar...

***EDIT 2: I think I just got flamed. Can you guys tell me if I was off the mark here, because I thought I was giving good advice. OP has a P5N32-E, and I was trying to recommend some RAM timings for a quad:
http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...-timing-2.html
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Hi. First, don't settle with any OC you feel you should be getting more from.

I had to go much higher voltage than most people were reporting to get my E6750 stable at 3.82. I think Lilratt had the same issue. Also, a big deal when you're at such high FSB is to knock NB up a little to 1.45. Make sure you have some aftermarket cooling when you do that. I have one of the teeny Tt Spirit IIs, and even the very tip of it is too hot to touch.

***EDIT: LOL at your avatar...

***EDIT 2: I think I just got flamed. Can you guys tell me if I was off the mark here, because I thought I was giving good advice. OP has a P5N32-E, and I was trying to recommend some RAM timings for a quad:
http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...-timing-2.html
Thanks for the advice i did think nb and sb were holding me back as i only have stock cooling on them my problem is that any after market cooling is not easy as i have x2 xfx 8800 gts 640mb so it dont leave me a lot of room
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Get the IFX models, and get the non-SLI variations. From the location of the southbridge, it seems the SLI model moves its self into the way of the other cards.

Alright so i just added 2 Thermalright HR-05/IFX High Riser Northbridge Chipset Cooler Passive 80MM *Fan Not Included* to my cart, gonna get the gf to get me it for xmas
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***EDIT 2: I think I just got flamed. Can you guys tell me if I was off the mark here, because I thought I was giving good advice. OP has a P5N32-E, and I was trying to recommend some RAM timings for a quad:
http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...-timing-2.html
Sounds like it. Your reply to him was appropriate.

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Thanks for the advice i did think nb and sb were holding me back as i only have stock cooling on them my problem is that any after market cooling is not easy as i have x2 xfx 8800 gts 640mb so it dont leave me a lot of room
Get ES II for nb and Evercool for sb.
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You don't need to worry about the SB if you are only overclocking the CPU, so you can get something cheap for the SB.
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Hi people

First time poster that found this forum in search of someone who can shed some light as to why my rig won't OC more or less at all. (See specs in sig).

I'm new to OCing, but have read up quite alot, i understand the principles and i'm eager to learn more.

I've for the past two days tried to OC my rig and it's going very bad (as in no success, not frying anything (yet ) )

Everything recommended is Disabled. PCI-E locked at 101Mhz.
RAM running at 4-4-4-12, 2.1v, 800Mhz (Running this unlinked for most attempt so memory isnt an issue. I'm aware this isnt "optimal" as far as performance goes, but my problems seems to be with the mobo/cpu or alike, so i'm eliminating memories from the equation for now.)

Right now the system is running at:

Multiple: 9
FSB: 300Mhz
vCore: 1.35v
Rest of voltages set at auto.

That this pathetic OC is running stable (temps of like 40 full load, no Orthos errors) isnt much of a suprise, the suprise comes next..

If i reach the FSB with as little as 25mhz (to 325) the comp doesnt last long at all. The BIOS starts locking up at boot, and if i reboot it freezes before i even can get into setup. (The anti-OC thing doesnt kick in when the BIOS starts loading) The solution is to let the comp rest 1 min, then QUICKLY get into BIOS, turn down the FSB, and quick reboot and then it's stable again.

Oki, so i raise vCore and try upping the FSB by 25mhz again (as i've been instructed in multiple guides)... 1.4...1.45...1.5... Nothing. System still won't boot properly.

Raiding vNB and vSB to 1.4 and 1.6 respectivly doesnt do anything either.

Getting ****y (as in, trying to avoid the FSB holes i've been hearing about) and turning up the FSB to 400, while setting vCore to ~1.5 (just to ENSURE it gets enough. My cooling can handle it np) and giving the NB and SB the values above results in the system not even starting up, hence the anti-OC-freeze kicks in and i enter BIOS at failsafe settings.

In this thread i've picked up that the CPU VTT shoult be set to 1.55, i've never experimented with this... Can this little setting be the cause of my comp not booting up at all?

Any tips? I've just got no idea where to turn if it's not the CPU VTT that's acting up...

Thanks in advance (and i hope i got all relevant info in for you to assess the situation, if not just ask, no secrets here )
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Sounds like it. Your reply to him was appropriate. (SNIP!)
Thanks for getting my back. REP+.

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(SNIP!) i have x2 xfx 8800 gts 640mb so it dont leave me a lot of room
You should have plenty of room for at least a NB cooler. Take a look at some of the member's galleries (click on the camera icon in lower left corner below our avatars) in this thread and see what they've done to cool down the chipset. SB is a bit more challenging, but luckily doesn't need as much as the NB.
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Hi people (*BIG SNIP*)
Hi. Welcome. First, you can fill out your specs here. It's a more conventional way than sigging it: http://www.overclock.net/specs.php

Second, I think a lot of people with Q6600s will respond to you, but I have a couple things that are more general. The first is that 1205 tends to be considered the inferior BIOS to 1203. You can get 1203 on the FTP link in the first post. The other thing is that I've found a "cheat" to get into BIOS after it's already partially-loaded (as you mentioned, the failsafe doesn't kick-in unless the POST fails). The arduous way would be to reset CMOS, but I like to hit the restart button right before POST. That way, the BIOS thinks it failed POST & you get into the failsafe without having to pull your computer apart to get the stupid battery out.

Quads don't OC well on this board, which is why some Q6600 owners are jumping ship; but there are a lot still here that I'm sure will give you some good advice.
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