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post #4501 of 5659
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Originally Posted by jul3z View Post
Just for my info, how much less reliable is the Striker Extreme compared to this board? I know they're about the same, but i'm worried with my choice now. I've got it OCed to 3.0, but how should i test it? I ran large fft's in prime 95 on 4 cores for an hour.

Any time i play with the NB/SB voltage, it won't post and hangs at USB_INIT. If i leave the NB/SB on auto it posts fine.
for overclocking first you shoudl disable some items in bios.do you disable them ?
I think at the moment this two board use same bios.

you can use Stress Prime 2004 Orthos (Orthos) and blend test or prime 25.4 and blend test.
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post #4502 of 5659
The P5N32-E 680i _IS_ a striker extreme minus some on-board reset buttons and a silly LCD in the back. ;-p
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post #4503 of 5659
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Originally Posted by arjo_reich View Post
The P5N32-E 680i _IS_ a striker extreme minus some on-board reset buttons and a silly LCD in the back. ;-p
yes thats true but at the first they had it's own bios and then after they find out about striker extreme bios problem they change the bios in a way that they both can use same bios.
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first of all what program and which version do you use for reading cpu and cores temps?
EVEREST Ultimate Edition 4.20.1261 beta or newer beta version work well and show true value with this board.

your cpu is Q6600 with B3 Stepping :

Q6600: Tcase Max 62c, B3 Stepping, Tjunction Max 100c, Vcore Default 1.372, TDP 105w, Delta 10c

-Tcase/Tjunction-
--60--/--70--70--70--70-- Hot
--55--/--65--65--65--65-- Warm
--50--/--60--60--60--60-- Safe
--25--/--35--35--35--35-- Cool

detla for your cpu normally will be 10c +/- 3 but it can be maximum up to 25c.
Ok, Mine is:

Tcase = 32c Idle
Tjunction= 53-51-49-50 Idle...

The delta is more than 10c...but can be max to 25 you said??? I have the same everest as you do...
post #4505 of 5659
hi ppl . anyone get the last bios (1403) know if is the best bios for Quad ?
post #4506 of 5659
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Originally Posted by abe_joker View Post
Ok, Mine is:

Tcase = 32c Idle
Tjunction= 53-51-49-50 Idle...

The delta is more than 10c...but can be max to 25 you said??? I have the same everest as you do...
yes it can be max up to 25c

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hi ppl . anyone get the last bios (1403) know if is the best bios for Quad ?
If you are not using Intel 45nm cpu them 1203 will be the best bios for you (your cpu is not 45nm cpu )
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post #4507 of 5659
I'm on 1403 using my Q6600 and the one significant thing I can note is that on my all-stock speeds that the ram timings went from 4-4-4-12 T2 (auto) to 5-5-5-18 T2 (auto) after upgrading the BIOS.

I haven't been benchmarking the machine yet so I don't know how that would have changed things comparatively. I'm still working on cooling solutions before I get into increasing the heat.

Right now I have my CPU Idling @ Room Ambient Temps with the cores only being about 15C warmer than that at any given moment. Under full load the offset shortens to only being about 10C higher than the CPU sensor...but still under 44C during loads. Not "prime" loads yet though, because like I said, I'm not benching anything yet.
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post #4508 of 5659
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I'm on 1403 using my Q6600 and the one significant thing I can note is that on my all-stock speeds that the ram timings went from 4-4-4-12 T2 (auto) to 5-5-5-18 T2 (auto) after upgrading the BIOS.

I haven't been benchmarking the machine yet so I don't know how that would have changed things comparatively. I'm still working on cooling solutions before I get into increasing the heat.

Right now I have my CPU Idling @ Room Ambient Temps with the cores only being about 15C warmer than that at any given moment. Under full load the offset shortens to only being about 10C higher than the CPU sensor...but still under 44C during loads. Not "prime" loads yet though, because like I said, I'm not benching anything yet.
As I said before bios 1403 has some problem with memory timing and remembering them.
Also there is very big problem with 1403 .you can't restore to older bios version after you upgrade your bios to 1403 which I think is very important problem.At the moment bios 1203 is best bios if you don't have 45nm cpu on your system .
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post #4509 of 5659
I need some help. I cant seem to get 3.2GHz stable (400x8). My voltages are:

Vcore 1.35
NB 1.45
SB 1.50
Vht 1.30
Vtt 1.55

Do I just need more Vcore? What is the most safe range to stay in?

I have active cooling on my NB and SB, I also took off the NB heatsink and put some silicone thermal paste on there and the temps are generally well under 40.
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post #4510 of 5659
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I need some help. I cant seem to get 3.2GHz stable (400x8). My voltages are:

Vcore 1.35
NB 1.45
SB 1.50
Vht 1.30
Vtt 1.55

Do I just need more Vcore? What is the most safe range to stay in?

I have active cooling on my NB and SB, I also took off the NB heatsink and put some silicone thermal paste on there and the temps are generally well under 40.
you also need some headsink for MOSFETS .your cpu max vcore is 1.5 but I suggest you take 1.45 as max safe vcore for your cpu.also please note that more vcore = more cpu temp and you should watch your cpu temp carefully within the tests.

E6x20: Tcase Max 60c, B2 Stepping, Tjunction Max 85c, Vcore Default 1.3525, TDP 65w, Delta 15c

-Tcase/Tjunction-
--60--/--75--75-- Hot
--55--/--70--70-- Warm
--50--/--65--65-- Safe
--25--/--40--40-- Cool
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