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Has anyone else noticed that their board overvolts the ram? The manufacturer's settings for my DDR2 RAM is 2.2v, however if I set it at 2.2000v volts in the BIOS that it will give the RAM 2.253v instead. I currently have it set to 2.175v for an actual reading of 2.221v ...

This is consistent for me using the 1203, 1302 or 1403 BIOS and I was just wondering if it was specifically my board or if other's noticed it as well. <shrug>
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what program are you using to measure your ram voltage?
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Originally Posted by arjo_reich View Post
Has anyone else noticed that their board overvolts the ram? The manufacturer's settings for my DDR2 RAM is 2.2v, however if I set it at 2.2000v volts in the BIOS that it will give the RAM 2.253v instead. I currently have it set to 2.175v for an actual reading of 2.221v ...

This is consistent for me using the 1203, 1302 or 1403 BIOS and I was just wondering if it was specifically my board or if other's noticed it as well. <shrug>
that's completely true...i had mine for 2.1v and it was receiving 2.18, so i did exactly the same as you and put it in 2.075v and now it says 2.14...lol
post #4594 of 5659
Yea it does over volt ure ram

I set it to 2.20v in bios read it as 2.24 in Hw Monitor
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Originally Posted by PersianOverClocker View Post
I think you can achieve this performance and stay on it for 24/7 system because of your good watercooling system.
of course you need to have good cooling system ...but also I think great PSU is a must if you want high freq 24/7
before, I have Tagan 500 W, and max what I get was 3800...
4050 was able to boot , but soon restart

I know all this will burn my system ...but who cares ...I have 2 years warnty ....and after two year all this would be worthelss rubbish anyway

are you runing 1T 24/7 ?
    
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The commad rate should be set to whatever the RAM's default is. Different RAM can handle 2T. The difference between 1 and 2 is not big genrally.

Yes, this board undervolts RAM. First thing to do with the board is set it manually to your RAMs rated default voltage. Only other thing is to update the BIOS. Your monitor will show a higher voltage than what you set it, but that is not an issue. Same thing with program monitors like everest and CPU-z.
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just blowup 1 of mine Ocz pc8500 dim and very old (2003) maxtor hd sata.
did i go to far sb v1.6

vcore v1.6
1.2vvt v1.4
mem V2.250
nb v1.55
sb v1.6
VVT v1.55

now i am a bite emotioneel, yes i love mine hardware
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hi. im trying to o/c my E6700 cpu and i hear it can be o/c'ed to 3.6GHz, so i started to up the fsb after doing the whole setting the voltage and all the other stuff and got upto 1350MHz (QDR) and all was good with my CPU running around 3.3GHz but i noticed that on the AI BOOSTER that starts up every time i log in there is a bar that runs through the middle of the display that starts of green go pass yellow and into red that goes up every time you rise the FSB. at first i thought this might be the system temp but as the temp moves the bar stays still. is this bar a FSB limit bar? and if so is it not a good idea to be in the red? and also what is a safe system temp? please help. thanks.
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of course you need to have good cooling system ...but also I think great PSU is a must if you want high freq 24/7
before, I have Tagan 500 W, and max what I get was 3800...
4050 was able to boot , but soon restart

I know all this will burn my system ...but who cares ...I have 2 years warnty ....and after two year all this would be worthelss rubbish anyway

are you runing 1T 24/7 ?
yes I'm running 4-4-4-8 T1 24/7 and I don't have any problem with it .

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just blowup 1 of mine Ocz pc8500 dim and very old (2003) maxtor hd sata.
did i go to far sb v1.6

vcore v1.6
1.2vvt v1.4
mem V2.250
nb v1.55
sb v1.6
VVT v1.55

now i am a bite emotioneel, yes i love mine hardware
your vcore is too high for your cpu if you like your cpu then please lower it.

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hi. im trying to o/c my E6700 cpu and i hear it can be o/c'ed to 3.6GHz, so i started to up the fsb after doing the whole setting the voltage and all the other stuff and got upto 1350MHz (QDR) and all was good with my CPU running around 3.3GHz but i noticed that on the AI BOOSTER that starts up every time i log in there is a bar that runs through the middle of the display that starts of green go pass yellow and into red that goes up every time you rise the FSB. at first i thought this might be the system temp but as the temp moves the bar stays still. is this bar a FSB limit bar? and if so is it not a good idea to be in the red? and also what is a safe system temp? please help. thanks.
Fist of all uninstall any AI BOOSTER software from your system.the old bios support it and then they just remove it because it do noting on this board.

your cpu is E6700 ,please run cpu-z and tell me what is your cpu stepping .is it L2 or B2 ?
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the steping is 6 and it is b2
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