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post #4631 of 5659
Yes, please give me VTT, and vNB. 4x1 can be tricky with this board, and can sometimes require a little vNB. Unfortunately, as you already know from reading Robilar's first post, this often requires aftermarket cooling. Let's see where you are now, first.
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post #4632 of 5659
Vcore Voltage = 1.32V
Memory Voltage = 1.87V
1.2V HT Voltage = 1.24V
NB Voltage = 1.34V
SB Voltage = 1.52V
CPU VTT Voltage = 1.36V
DDR2 Termination Voltage = 0.94V
3.3V Voltage = 3.28V
5V Voltage = 4.97V
12V Voltage = 11.64V

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Seems like forever since I had this board running as its been sitting round in the superseded products box for me.
The board still had 0602 bios on it! lol updated now to 1203?

Anyway thought I should connect it up again with its E6850 (the E6600 that once lived with it has long since gone to a new owner) and try some high clock folding for stress tests.

I didnt bother with slow increments since I'm merely playing with the old kit, I dialed in 1680 FSB and 1.45V and away I went.

This was a really good board back in the day.

post #4634 of 5659
Yappy, I wonder if you might benefit from re-reading Robilar's first post. He will tell you (and I can confirm) that increased VTT (or FSB termination) will offer stability with no temperature penalty. Something that isn't on his post, however, is that this board is sketchy with 4x1. You need more vNB. I think you can do 1.4v safely without aftermarket cooling, but consider some of the things discussed on the first post. An Tt Spirit II + two pair of Swiftech 21's will cost you around USD$30. If you want to go places with the Q6600, it isn't that much of an outlay.

Cognoscenti, thanks for honoring us with your presence! It was when you were done with this board that I was just beginning with it. It's now running my wife's E6750, but I still play around with it from time-to-time (I ran my E8400 on it @ 4.05 with revision 1302 like it was a Frankenstinian monster with some kind of success, in the vaguest definition of the word). It's good to see you drop by, and thanks for sharing some numbers. Of course, REP for doing so. ***EDIT: For all the money you spend on your rig, why won't you buy Everest Ultimate???
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post #4635 of 5659
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Originally Posted by Dostoyevsky77 View Post

Cognoscenti, thanks for honoring us with your presence! It was when you were done with this board that I was just beginning with it. It's now running my wife's E6750, but I still play around with it from time-to-time (I ran my E8400 on it @ 4.05 with revision 1302 like it was a Frankenstinian monster with some kind of success, in the vaguest definition of the word). It's good to see you drop by, and thanks for sharing some numbers. Of course, REP for doing so. ***EDIT: For all the money you spend on your rig, why won't you buy Everest Ultimate???
Nice to meet you.
This used to be one of my favourite threads and a lot of good people have contributed here.

Everest? Lol, It was a fresh vista install and I didn't have my Apps drive handy,so i quickly downloaded Everest Free version ;-)
post #4636 of 5659
Im still using this board from day 1 without any problems.The only thing i have been away a bit due to work and modding my truck.
Hey cog that's the setting im using for a long time now.Nice seeya around again.
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The old crew is still around. hehehe
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Would you guys recommend replacing the thermal "pads" that are on the heatsinks around the CPU socket with a better thermal interface material like silicone or AS5?? I can't imagine that those pads have any decent thermal properties.
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Would you guys recommend replacing the thermal "pads" that are on the heatsinks around the CPU socket with a better thermal interface material like silicone or AS5?? I can't imagine that those pads have any decent thermal properties.
Go for it,and don't forget don't use a lot.Protect the socket all the time just in case.You don't want a mess.
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still no luck in getting the FSB (unlinked) over 1255 (effective CPU of 2.823 GHz) - have tried all routes suggested with VNb and VTT with no success. By any chance any last stab guesses? Would it be worth trying with only 2 of the ram chips in?
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