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Ok, for all those looking at aftermarket cooling:

The Thermaltake HS-05 SLI XFI does NOT fit on the southbridge with two 8800GTX and a creative X-FI. No way. Unfortunate, but I can return mine for a refund.
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ok problem here guys. The other day I ran orthos 24 hours fine no problems. My wife is complaining that the computer now crashes while playing sims2. I'm currently at 370x9 (3.33ghz). Ram is at manufacture specs 4-4-3-5 1T, set at 800. Here are my voltages:

Vcore: 1.400
memory: 2.100
1.2ht: 1.3
NB: 1.4
SB: 1.5
Cpu Vtt: 1.55

any ideas or suggestions?
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ok problem here guys. The other day I ran orthos 24 hours fine no problems. My wife is complaining that the computer now crashes while playing sims2. I'm currently at 370x9 (3.33ghz). Ram is at manufacture specs 4-4-3-5 1T, set at 800. Here are my voltages:

Vcore: 1.400
memory: 2.100
1.2ht: 1.3
NB: 1.4
SB: 1.5
Cpu Vtt: 1.55

any ideas or suggestions?
What kind of crash is it? Are there any other issues that she is experiencing? What BIOS are you using? Prolonged (24hrs+) Orthos testing at high priority is usually the ultimate gauge of stability. Also, what are your idle and load temps?
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Umm .. lossen the timings ? maybe 4-4-4-12-2T

1T for stock dosent seem right...

On their Website it shows them at 4-4-3-5 but dosent show the command rate.

And im Thinking it wouldnt be 1T so set it to 2T.

Try either one of these 4-4-3-8-2T
or 4-4-4-12-2T
or 4-4-4-10-2T

Also what Orthos did u run Small FFTs arnt the best for stability.

Run Large FFT also this puts more stress on the system and restarts and crashes + errors can occur quickly. This is due a low Vcore so up the Vcore if this happens. (Run at Priority of 9 )
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so the higher the priority in orthos, the better the test. Wowzers I was way off running priority 1 then . Was doing small fft's as well. Well back to testing for me. +rep for you .
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Hi all, everyone in this thread has been very helpful, but I am throwing in the towel on this board.

This has a number of reasons. 1) I just can't get any stable overclock with my q6600. 2) I think I may have killed my board while trying to install the HR-05's I tried yesterday. Not that I did anything to break it, I don't think, but I can no longer make it recognise cards in the primary PCI-E slot. Which means it's RMA time (after reinstalling the stock cooling, of course). This may be a blessing in disguise, as I have been suspecting the board of being flakey anyway. You know, the kind of ghost problems one gets. Occasional insatiability even at stock, and the like.

I have ordered an XFX 780i now (as I currently can't find the evga version anywhere in stock in the UK), which I read somewhere is basically the same board as the evga. This should arrive sometime today.

If had known a few weeks ago what I know now, I probably would have done that anyway, or at least gone for a Wolfdale over the Q6600.
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Heya all, Im picking up the asus p5n32-e and 2 gigs of Crucial Ballistix 2GB DDR2 800 in 3 to 4 hours, I will be running my p4 processor in it, are there any recommendations on the best bios version to update the board with?

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Heya all, Im picking up the asus p5n32-e and 2 gigs of Crucial Ballistix 2GB DDR2 800 in 3 to 4 hours, I will be running my p4 processor in it, are there any recommendations on the best bios version to update the board with?

Thanx.
1203, is the most stable. Just do not run a USB "Razor" mouse with that. It is not supported.
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Heya all, Im picking up the asus p5n32-e and 2 gigs of Crucial Ballistix 2GB DDR2 800 in 3 to 4 hours, I will be running my p4 processor in it, are there any recommendations on the best bios version to update the board with?

Thanx.
Hi,
the 1203 revision is generally regarded as the best for overclocking. You can't find it on the asus website because it has some issues with Razer mice.

That being said, I have no idea how it works with P4's. If you do want that version, PM me with your email address and I'll send it to you.

Also, one thing to be aware of. Use the flash utility built in to the bios! This board has trouble sometimes with the windows based version.

Also, if you upgrade to 1403, the latest from the asus website, you will not be able to downgrade to an earlier bios. None of the other versions have this issue.
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