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Does the green light come on showing a power connection first?

Then check all your power connections. Since the only thing you did was change the timings, it shouldn't have fried anything. If you changed the voltage on your RAM that would do it though.

Is your mobo new? Did you just build this tower? The first thing you have to do with this mobo is manually set the RAM voltage to factory default, since the board undervolts. Also before overclocking you need to update your BIOS.
Thanks for the reply, yes the green light did come on. I did not change any voltages at all. The mobo is about a year old (just under). This system has been fine from day 1, just now it decided to fry. Right after i changed the timing and restarted it, it would not POST. I took it back to the shop I bought it from and since its still under warranty they are sending it back to manufacturer, should take about 2 weeks. Hopefully they will fix it or just send me a new one. Cant wait.
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Well, to report back about my original problem. (reboots under full load at any overclock)

I have relaxed my memory command rate to T2.

I have also managed to get some extra airflow over the fins at the top of the board, cooling the southbridge via the heatpipe.

Not sure which one of these did it, but I can now achieve 300*9=2700 stable.

I'm still working on 3Ghz.

I have now invested in two Thermalright HR-05 SLI IFX chipset coolers (http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_pa...50aHVzaWFzdA==), after taking a ruler to my board and measuring space a lot! I think I should be able to fit one on the north- and southbridge each. I can probably fit the souhbridge one at an ange between the bottom video card and the soundcard. The northbridge should have just enough space between the top videocard and the scythe infinity. Will let everyone know how it goes.

don't forget you will new some good headsink for your MOSFETs when you change piping system.it's better if you can also redirect some airflow to them or using small fan behind them .they will become so hot when you overclock your system and it will cause damage to your mainboard .(I have some bad experience )
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don't forget you will new some good headsink for your MOSFETs when you change piping system.it's better if you can also redirect some airflow to them or using small fan behind them .they will become so hot when you overclock your system and it will cause damage to your mainboard .(I have some bad experience )
I am also getting copper ram heatsinks I am intending to stick to the mosfets. Should arrive tomorrow, will let people know how I get on.
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I am also getting copper ram heatsinks I am intending to stick to the mosfets. Should arrive tomorrow, will let people know how I get on.
They will be a pain getting to stick and stay on. It works best if you let your system run for a bit with no heatsinks on the MOSFETs, that way they can heat up enough for the thermal tape to stick well enough.

Also, that Thermaltake chipset cooler I believe will allow room for a Creative card, or so I've heard others claim. If it does fit, you should post a pic so we can have proof that it will accomodate a Creative card in the adjacent PCI slot.
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They will be a pain getting to stick and stay on. It works best if you let your system run for a bit with no heatsinks on the MOSFETs, that way they can heat up enough for the thermal tape to stick well enough.

Also, that Thermaltake chipset cooler I believe will allow room for a Creative card, or so I've heard others claim. If it does fit, you should post a pic so we can have proof that it will accomodate a Creative card in the adjacent PCI slot.
Will post pictures when / if I can make it work. And thanks for the advice about the mosfets. Am I correct in thinking there should be eight mosfets to cool, four on the side and four at the top?
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Will post pictures when / if I can make it work. And thanks for the advice about the mosfets. Am I correct in thinking there should be eight mosfets to cool, four on the side and four at the top?
Yes, the ones that were covered initially by the factory heat sink, eight total. I managed to cover mine with just 4 heat sinks I believe. And mine are small el cheapo RAM heat sinks, but they seem to do the job well enough
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They will be a pain getting to stick and stay on. It works best if you let your system run for a bit with no heatsinks on the MOSFETs, that way they can heat up enough for the thermal tape to stick well enough.

Also, that Thermaltake chipset cooler I believe will allow room for a Creative card, or so I've heard others claim. If it does fit, you should post a pic so we can have proof that it will accomodate a Creative card in the adjacent PCI slot.
I use DOW CORNING 3140 RTV COATING for sticking headsink on MOSFETS for my system and it work perfectly.



http://www.dowcorning.com/applicatio...5788&type=PROD

http://www.ellsworth.com/display/pro...5&Tab=Products

it's very good for sticking any headsink on any part or anythings that you like.
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Hi

I've got some noob questions for you experts out there... this is my first post so go easy on me and forgive me if i sound like i don't know what i'm talking about... which I don't :-)

I've been doing my first bit of overclocking and am getting to the point of nervousness about how much further i can go

asus p5ne32 sli plus with E6850, Bios 0805
zalman 9700 cpu cooler
4 x 1Gb corsair dominator 8500 memory, 5-5-5-15 2T

I've got memory linked at the moment and I've been raising the FSB. Currently I'm at
9x385 = corespeed of 3465, rated FSB of 1540
Memory DRAM Frequency 462MHz
vcore 1.34v
(numbers all from cpu-z)

WHen I run prime95 my temps are not getting above 50 degrees. Thus I think I've still got a bit to play with.. but

can anyone with similar setups advise what settings they have got?
when am I likely to run into problems?
should I unlink my memory and set the memory to 920Mhz while I max out the FSB?

Many Thanks
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Hi

I've got some noob questions for you experts out there... this is my first post so go easy on me and forgive me if i sound like i don't know what i'm talking about... which I don't :-)

I've been doing my first bit of overclocking and am getting to the point of nervousness about how much further i can go

asus p5ne32 sli plus with E6850, Bios 0805
zalman 9700 cpu cooler
4 x 1Gb corsair dominator 8500 memory, 5-5-5-15 2T

I've got memory linked at the moment and I've been raising the FSB. Currently I'm at
9x385 = corespeed of 3465, rated FSB of 1540
Memory DRAM Frequency 462MHz
vcore 1.34v
(numbers all from cpu-z)

WHen I run prime95 my temps are not getting above 50 degrees. Thus I think I've still got a bit to play with.. but

can anyone with similar setups advise what settings they have got?
when am I likely to run into problems?
should I unlink my memory and set the memory to 920Mhz while I max out the FSB?

Many Thanks

first read at least first page of topic.you should disable some items in bios.
change ram and memory state to unlinked

use EVEREST Ultimate Edition 4.20.1261 beta or newer beta version for checking temps and voltages.

also you can use Temp Core 0.96.1 for monitoring your cpu cores .
Also if you want to overclock with this mainboard you MUST have active cooling on North Bridge and South Bridge and also some headsinks for MOSFETS which will be appear when you turn out those piping system from your board.

then you can easily overclock your system to 3600 MHZ with this data :

FSB 1600
Vcore 1.46
NB temp 1.45
CPU VTT 1.55

you can also reach 3645 MHZ but for more you need abit more voltage for vcore .

first do all above and then ask for more.Also I don't have any info about P5N32-e SLI PLUS version bios.you should ask to see which bios on your mainboard is good for overclocking.
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