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post #3641 of 5659
Orthos runs just fine.

Got a BSOD running 3DMark06 (right at the end when i was about to click the result).

Incresed the vCore to 1.45. Orthos still ran fine, a tad hotter (+1-2 degrees)

This time 3DMark06 got a critical error when doing the CPU test.

Guess it's just to go on upping the vCore little by little? Should i push up the vNB too?
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Orthos runs just fine.

Got a BSOD running 3DMark06 (right at the end when i was about to click the result).

Incresed the vCore to 1.45. Orthos still ran fine, a tad hotter (+1-2 degrees)

This time 3DMark06 got a critical error when doing the CPU test.

Guess it's just to go on upping the vCore little by little? Should i push up the vNB too?
You might need a little more on the vcore, it's chip dependent.
My 450X8 needs 1.43125.
What cooling on nb?
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post #3643 of 5659
Yeah, i'll try to push it slowly up til i find a good level.

Stock cooling on NB. I got a fan mounted on the upper HD-rack of my P182 that should blow over it nicely tho. Should this be a problem at 1.4v?

I can't seem to find the NBs exact temp in Everest. Or is that the "Mobo" temp?

Do i even need to give the NB extra voltage below FSB:400?
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(SNIP!) Got a BSOD running 3DMark06 (right at the end when i was about to click the result). (SNIP!)
I can be Orthos-stable overnight and still get a BSOD in 3dm. I think it has something to do with CPU throttling, which I'm pretty sure Orthos doesn't test. Typically - in my case, at least - bumping core or RAM voltage is the solution. I think when I get the PAGE FAULT IN NON-PAGED AREA, that's a RAM fault and when my BSOD is either a IRQ NOT LESS OR EQUAL or one that causes an immediate restart, it's related to vCore.
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How far do you think i can push my VDIMM with these Corsairs? At 2.1v now, don't wanna fry em.
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How far do you think i can push my VDIMM with these Corsairs? At 2.1v now, don't wanna fry em.
What are they rated at? You're not clocking them so it's doubtful that you would need more voltage than what they are rated at. I'm not familiar with them, are they 2X2Gb?
You should consider the pencil mod for vdroop.
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2x1gb (updated system too)

My biggest question about that is why CPU-Z says it's 1.6v, which is QUITE far from 1.4 in BIOS... Everest seems to be much more accurate.

Btw, CPU-Z has reported a 1.6v vCore for more or less all BIOS values between 1.425 - 1.45... It just doesnt change in CPU-Z. Wierd.

(Havent been able to test more vCore, had stuff that needed doing, so reverted back to stable 2.7 clock and gonna try more tonight )
post #3648 of 5659
Those RAM are rated (as you probably already know) to 2.1v at the timings you mentioned earlier. As Litlratt indicates, 2.1 should be plenty for them at stock.

CPU-Z reads vCore incorrectly on my system, too. It also reads at 1.6v no matter what is set. CPU-Z is good for a quick look or comparisons on some things, but if you have Everest, that's what I would trust hands-down.

Let us know how it goes tonight!
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It's ghetto cable sleeving. I would have attached 2 fans side by side for that and used my own hair ties
but her hair ties have her phehormones which just added a whole lotta sexy factor to my rig and it makes me that much more hapy to use it... I understand you have those macho man phehormones but I don't want them attracting the YMCA guys and have them chasing after my puter, rofl...

>> DOSTO don't yell at me I am j/k, hope u r done PMS'ing <<

HAHAHA.... I am such a dweeb, lol!



on a serious note, I want to add two fans but then I will have no way to secure them without building some sort of bracket spanning from the optical or something of the sort...

I need to dothat anywhays cause while for a 60mm x 10mm this thing puts out a whole lotta air it is still not enough... I need to make a bracket to hold this 90mm I have here... hummm....
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post #3650 of 5659
Well, it's a cranky combination it seems, no doubt...

I kept at it using:

Vcore: X
vNB: 1.45v
vSB: 1.6v
VTT: 1.55v

Multiple: 9
FSB: 366

Once i reached vCore: 1.5...1.51...1.52... Things started heating up Got full load temps of ~62 celsius on the highest core, which eventho it's wide within the margin, it started feeling risky (hey, im new ).

Same as before. Orthos runs fine (10 mins or so is what i aim for) but 3DMark06 gets critical errors and i've had BSODs. Managed to run 3Dmark06 full once at like vCore 1.51, but got a BSOD when i exited windows :/

So i actually reverted a little, since i wanted to crank down the voltages a bit (Doesnt it feel awfully greedy that a q6600 g0 wants 1.5+v at only 3.3ghz?). Also wanted to check how far i could push without upping volts on NB and SB, since i only got stock cooling i didnt want them heating up to much.

Went down to:

FSB: 360
Multiple: 9
vCore: 1.325
vNB: Auto (Everest: 1.33)
vSB: Auto (Everest: 1.45 i think)

Ran Orthos over the night and when i woke up the comp had rebooted. Everest logs (god this is a nice feature) shows a BSOD after some 6h of full load.

Upped the vCore 1 step and started a new Orthos to run during the day while i'm at work.

Update: Bah, came home for lunch and comp was locked up after 10 mins

Tried a few times now upping the vCore. Prime95 keeps getting errors after round 2 mins.

New volts right now:
vCore: 1.4v
vNB: 1.45v
vSB: 1.6v

FSB: 360
Multiple: 9

So more or less same as last night, but SLIGHTLY lower FSB and i turned off some things i forgot in BIOS...

Running Prime95 now for all cores. Praying this lasts til im home from work, gotta run :/

Kinda wish i had gone for the E6850 instead seeing the troubles with the quads and this board :/ But well well, i'm not giving up! I'll get this sucker to run at 3.2ghz (which i would be content with considering i'm a newb in this area) if it kills me in the process!

Oh, btw. Ran a quick memtest (only some 15 mins) this morning. No errors what so ever. So i still think it's the processor or mobo that needs tuning. Should run this overnight i guess when the comp isnt busy busting my CPU

got a couple questions tho that you might be able to answer:

1. Does setting too high vCore (i don't mean silly high and frying anything, but like 1.5v on stock clocking) have ANY negative impact on performance? (If temps are well within limits).

2. If the NB or SB volts would be set too low, how does this manifest itself? No boot? BSODs and Errors?
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