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post #4741 of 5659
Okay, here is my problem.
If you check my system you'll see everything I have in my pc.
I'm trying to overclock my PC but it always jams b4 the post-bios.

Default FSB : 1066x9 = 2,4 Ghz (stockspeed)
I set the FSB to 1333x9 = 3,0 Ghz
Everyting voltage is set to auto.
And my memory is unlinked @ 800

When i reboot my pc, it just keeps on jamming b4 the post-bios.

Anyone an idea?
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post #4742 of 5659
You have to manually adjust your NB / SB / 1.2 HT voltages.

Try:

1.2 HT : 1.35
NB: 1.4
SB : 1.5

just play around, and don't forget, even +1 notch too high on the voltage can make it unstable.
    
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post #4743 of 5659
Hi guys...
I have a p5n32-e plus (650i) and i am planing to get a Q6600, is it possible to oc the Q6600 to 3.2 (8x400) with this board without any v-mod ??????
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post #4744 of 5659
Quote:
Originally Posted by trueg50 View Post
You have to manually adjust your NB / SB / 1.2 HT voltages.

Try:

1.2 HT : 1.35
NB: 1.4
SB : 1.5

just play around, and don't forget, even +1 notch too high on the voltage can make it unstable.
I'll give that one a try 2night or smt.
@ work atm
Thx for the response
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What is the best BIOS version for this board?

ASUS P5N32-E SLI 680I
post #4746 of 5659
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Originally Posted by vinodfrndz View Post
and the latest bios 1403 i think !!

is it good???

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What is the best BIOS version for this board?

ASUS P5N32-E SLI 680I
if you don't have 45nm Intel cpu then bios 1203 will be best for overclock .
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i hear that the 1203 has a few bugs in it...

is it stable?
post #4748 of 5659
Persian's right. The best BIOS is 1203 unless you have a 45nm. It's rock solid.

The only exception is if you have Razer I/O devices. In that case, you should try 1205. But that's only if you have Razer devices. 1205 is a little less stable than 1203.
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post #4749 of 5659
ok.thanks

If i update my BIOS can i go back to an older version?
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Yes.
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