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post #4601 of 5659
alright I've decided to upgrade to an e8400. My question is this, since that chip runs 1.36-1.4v max do need to do anything with my other voltages? Besides updating to the latest bios, here are my current voltages:

Vcore: 1.35
nb: 1.4
sb: 1.5
1.2ht: 1.3
Vtt: 1.55
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That's a high vcore for the e8400 unless you are OCed to the max. I get a 3.6Ghz OC on 1.2320v and a 4Ghz OC on 1.35v. My CPU VTT is 1.3v
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Decided to go crazy and dropped every Thermalright solution I can think of on my components.

Apparently it's possible to put an Ultra120E on the cpu, HR-05 IFX with 80x15 fan on the northbridge, HR-09s and HR-09u on the mosfets, HR-03 plus on my 8800 gts, HR-05 SLI/IFX on the Southbridge and HR-07 on my rams.

Most of them are touching each other at the fins though but I figured it doesn't really matter.

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post #4604 of 5659
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That's a high vcore for the e8400 unless you are OCed to the max. I get a 3.6Ghz OC on 1.2320v and a 4Ghz OC on 1.35v. My CPU VTT is 1.3v
yeah I know, I was just wondering about the other voltages. Hopefully this time around I'll get a better overclocking chip than my e6700 and like you hit 4ghz at 1.35v vcore. Would my nb voltages be fine or would they need to be lowered or raised with the e8400?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by miya View Post
Decided to go crazy and dropped every Thermalright solution I can think of on my components.

Apparently it's possible to put an Ultra120E on the cpu, HR-05 IFX with 80x15 fan on the northbridge, HR-09s and HR-09u on the mosfets, HR-03 plus on my 8800 gts, HR-05 SLI/IFX on the Southbridge and HR-07 on my rams.

Most of them are touching each other at the fins though but I figured it doesn't really matter.

that's a crazy setup . Did you do a before and after temp readings? I may have to copy you (at least partially). Though my temps don't look too bad in everest motherboard: 25c, mcp 52c. But it looks like the motherboard temp isn't the true nb temp so I'm a little concerned about that since this board does run warm. Now I do have a silverstone blasting in at 2200rpm that keeps the motherboard temps from hitting 34c when it is off . I'm wondering if I would need a fan on the hr-05 on the nb with that fan.
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post #4606 of 5659
oh it looks like the 1403 bios is no longer beta...
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post #4607 of 5659
Hi all and sorry for my bad english.

There is way to downgrade from 1403.

So I reader some other forums and did come this solution.

One floppy boot disk (easiest way to me get to dos)
USB stick with awdflash 1.8 (first tried 1.6, but it didn't recognize bios chip at all, was unknown. 1.8 version recognizes) + bios file (in this case 1203)

Loaded bios defaults, boot from floppy, my USB stick was "C:", "c:\\awdflash /f" (/f stands for force, without it program says same that ez-flash "can't blaablaa")

Choosed correct bios file, crossed my fingers and booted up with 1203.


With 1403 I cound't lower cpu multi, change FSB to any value or Auto to unlinked/linked. Maybe it is my E4500 why it did that, dunno.

So I was on the "edge" nothing to lose, must do something if mb goes dead I buy new one (or go and get another bios rom).
But it worked :/ so I continue my journey with this mb.
post #4608 of 5659
Quote:
Originally Posted by ryno118 View Post
the steping is 6 and it is b2
your cpu is E6700 with B2 stepping :

E6x00: Tcase Max 60c, B2 Stepping, Tjunction Max 85c, Vcore Default 1.3525, TDP 65w, Delta 15c +/- 3

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


Tcase = CPU temp
Tjunction = Cores temp

delta = Tjunction - Tcase

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jaxte View Post
Hi all and sorry for my bad english.

There is way to downgrade from 1403.

So I reader some other forums and did come this solution.

One floppy boot disk (easiest way to me get to dos)
USB stick with awdflash 1.8 (first tried 1.6, but it didn't recognize bios chip at all, was unknown. 1.8 version recognizes) + bios file (in this case 1203)

Loaded bios defaults, boot from floppy, my USB stick was "C:", "c:awdflash /f" (/f stands for force, without it program says same that ez-flash "can't blaablaa")

Choosed correct bios file, crossed my fingers and booted up with 1203.


With 1403 I cound't lower cpu multi, change FSB to any value or Auto to unlinked/linked. Maybe it is my E4500 why it did that, dunno.

So I was on the "edge" nothing to lose, must do something if mb goes dead I buy new one (or go and get another bios rom).
But it worked :/ so I continue my journey with this mb.
Nice post and you earn REP+ for it .
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Decided to go crazy and dropped every Thermalright solution I can think of on my components.

Apparently it's possible to put an Ultra120E on the cpu, HR-05 IFX with 80x15 fan on the northbridge, HR-09s and HR-09u on the mosfets, HR-03 plus on my 8800 gts, HR-05 SLI/IFX on the Southbridge and HR-07 on my rams.

Most of them are touching each other at the fins though but I figured it doesn't really matter.

Holy crap, man!

The weight of your rig must be out of this world not to mention the stress being put on the motherboard mounting points.

Definitly not something you want to be carting around from LAN party to LAN party unless you're running it on it's side.
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Quote:
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Decided to go crazy and dropped every Thermalright solution I can think of on my components.

Apparently it's possible to put an Ultra120E on the cpu, HR-05 IFX with 80x15 fan on the northbridge, HR-09s and HR-09u on the mosfets, HR-03 plus on my 8800 gts, HR-05 SLI/IFX on the Southbridge and HR-07 on my rams.

Most of them are touching each other at the fins though but I figured it doesn't really matter.
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Wow. LOL @ the RAM heatspreaders. Would those work on 4x1GB?

Do you have other pictures of this wicked setup?
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