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you can put the bios on a usb stick . what are your other voltages?
Auto. except for ram 2,1.
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I would manually set all of them. here is a starting point:
1.2ht: 1.2
nb: 1.4
sb: 1.5
vtt: 1.55

the higher you oc, the higer the voltages need to go as well. I think above 1.45 the nb will need active cooling.
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I would manually set all of them. here is a starting point:
1.2ht: 1.2
nb: 1.4
sb: 1.5
vtt: 1.55

the higher you oc, the higer the voltages need to go as well. I think above 1.45 the nb will need active cooling.
thanks! Anybody able to confirm those voltages for me? =) What should the PCI-e freq be? I have it at 100 stock now, but is 110 a good idea and if so, why?
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The voltages are fine but without aftermarket cooling on the nb and sb ,things will get a bit toasty.

pci-e should be left stock. Upping it adds voltage to the pci-e lanes that travel through the northbridge. It in theory can add stability to video card overclocks but it also adds to the overhead in the northbridge controller (And generates additional heat). 110 really shouldn't cause harm, I ran my rig at 110 for months but then again i had active cooling on the nb.
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Ideal starting point voltages are listed on the first page of this thread. Those look good for starters, but I've always kept 1.2HT at 1.3. You'll need more NB volts as you pass 400 on the FSB.

The PCI-E freq doesn't affect anything as far as I can tell. I have read numerous threads where others come to the same conclusion. The one thing I will confirm, though, is that I can get a higher OC on my GTX when I overvolt SB a little. Start at 1.5v and if you can't get your desired OC, try 1.55.

All of these recommended voltages assume you have aftermarket cooling on your NB and SB (especially NB, though). If you don't, I would recommend NOT overvolting the chipset at all.

***EDIT: LOL! Robilar beat me to it!
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OK, tanks guys. I am on stock NB/SB-cooling. What voltages would you then suggest as the highest recommended. Is their any way I could check my SB-/NB-temperatures? Everest must have it somewhere.
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Everest won't show it as there are no temp sensors in the chipsets. Incidently, I am selling a pair of Thermaltake extreme spirit II's (the ones I used on my P5N32-E) check the link in my sig if you are interested.
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Thanks, replied in the thread. What voltages do you recommend on stock cooling?
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nb 1.5, sb 1.45

vcore whatever your cooling can take
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Hello, all! Happy almost new year!!!

I need a stock SB HS for this board. I offer money.

My stock NB HS fit fine for me because I had the HR-03+ on my GTX. My wife just has the stock 320MB GTS and it doesn't fit in the top PCI-E slot with the stock NB HS. I had to put it in the bottom slot, and it's getting hot from poor circulation down there. Oh, in case you're wondering, I used my stock SB HS on the P5N-E I built for the in-laws (P5N-E has absolutely NO anything on SB).

Anyway, if any of you people who slaughtered your SB heatsink/heatpipe want to send it to me, please PM me. Thanks!

Oh. Right now, 380x10. Heat is finally a limiting issue (which is where it should be). I can get 4.0+ but it's not even stable enough for a screenie, LOL!
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