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Does anyone here know why changes I made to Memory Timings are ignored in Windows?

And when I make changes to FSB & Memory Config, the settings immediately reset to Auto when I save & exit.

I have the Asus P5N32-E and an Intel E6600 CPU. BIOS is the new 1403.
Are you sure you are typing in the right FSB? If you set it wrong the board will automatically set it to the previous setting that worked. What are you typing in?

If it's just a windows-recognizing issue then I assume u mean CPU-z or some other program is posting the wrong settings. Don't rely on those for monitoring. If you go back to BIOS and it's in there correctly, there's no need to worry.
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which version of CoreTemp can be trusted for monitoring cpu temperature ?

until now I use Core Temp 0.95 but today I download the lastest version which is Core Temp 0.96.1 .

now check this two photo which was taken at same time:





just check Core #0 and Core #1 to see the difference .

I use windows xp pro sp2.
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Originally Posted by PersianOverClocker View Post
first of all clear your system Cmos with jumber and then see if your computer post or not .
Ntune test can change system setting if you put it in a way to find your optimized configuration.
My issue is resolved now, It turned out to be a destroyed motherboard, bought a new one today. Seem kinnda strange though for such a mild Oc, but I guess that's the price you have to pay when tampering with the components.
Anyway, thanks for trying to help:-)
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which version of CoreTemp can be trusted for monitoring cpu temperature ?

until now I use Core Temp 0.95 but today I download the lastest version which is Core Temp 0.96.1 .

now check this two photo which was taken at same time:





just check Core #0 and Core #1 to see the difference .

I use windows xp pro sp2.
for your processor, go with the newer version of core temp. For the processors with the higher Tjunction the old version would read the temps wrong by 15c.
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for your processor, go with the newer version of core temp. For the processors with the higher Tjunction the old version would read the temps wrong by 15c.
Thanks for your answer .I also received answer here :

http://www.alcpu.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=379

as I can see my cpu (E6850) Tj max is 100c instead of 85 so now what is safe temperature ( idle and load )for overclocked system for using it 24/7 ?
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Idle should be around 30-40 depending on ure ambient temps

At FULL load try aim for Under 60.
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I saw some other member have same problem with this new bios on other forums.
Can you post the link? I'm considering testing our E8400 on this board, but I'd like to confirm this first.
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2 days with the 1403 BIOS, E8200 with a 1.1125 VID. Readouts under winmonitor (again cpu-z reads the VTT voltage and reports as VCore, latest version...so not relying on it)
VC (1.4 BIOS, 1.36 under load in winxp)
NB 1.52
SB 1.56
VTT 1.21
1.2HT 1.26

Temps hover in low 40's with normal pc use, up to high 50's under prime95.
Found lowering VTT and 1.2HT made it more stable under boot, prime95 seems OK but need to tweak the volts a bit more.
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Are you sure you are typing in the right FSB? If you set it wrong the board will automatically set it to the previous setting that worked. What are you typing in?

If it's just a windows-recognizing issue then I assume u mean CPU-z or some other program is posting the wrong settings. Don't rely on those for monitoring. If you go back to BIOS and it's in there correctly, there's no need to worry.
I'm not sure, as I'm new to overclocking
I switched from Auto (default) to Linked, and adjusted the ratio to 1:1.
I left the multiplier at 9 (default) and increased the FSB from 1066 (default) to 1200, which should have overclocked to 2.7ghz

Was this wrong? Or could the problem be that this new BIOS has broken the overclock settings, as suggested by PersianOverClocker?

For the RAM changes, yes I was looking in CPU-Z and it showed different settings to what I had used in the BIOS. I'll ignore what CPU-Z says from now on, thanks.
post #4380 of 5659
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Idle should be around 30-40 depending on ure ambient temps

At FULL load try aim for Under 60.
The problem is that when I use core temp 0.95 it show my core #0 and Core #1 temp at 34 at idle time and 54 at load but when I use core temp 0.96.1 it show them 49 at idle .My system has very good air system and my cpu cooler is NH-U12F which is very good cooler and when ever I touch it it's cool .
I think 34c at idle is more like to be real that 49 .just think system with very good air system and E6850 as cpu just at 3600 mhz show 49 at idle ???

Tj max for my cpu is 100 instead of 85 which is 15c higher so I should try aim for under 60 at full load or under 75c ?

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Can you post the link? I'm considering testing our E8400 on this board, but I'd like to confirm this first.
Here are links from Asus website forum :
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