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Originally Posted by mica3speedy View Post
if it's acceptable, what is the absolute max I would want the nb to be at safely?
There is no reference for NB temperature and it's maximum but I think for good overclock and increasing your board life it should be less than 60c.

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Originally Posted by sirokket16 View Post
Are you saying that there is a NB temperature monitor on the MB that can now be read in Everest on these boards??
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yes new Everest Ultimate Edition v.4.50.1355 beta and maybe newer beta version can read SPP temperature as well as MCP temperature .

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Originally Posted by menko2 View Post
im using the last one; 1403.
you have 6600 cpu so bios 1203 is the best for you .only if you want to use intel 45nm cpu I suggest bios 1403 otherwise downgrade to 1203 bios and try again.
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post #4862 of 5659
the modules seemed fine; its just when i install the 4gb using all the slots....

so what is better for games??

4gb at 700mhz 5-5-5-12 1T

2gb at 840mhz 4-4-4-12 1T

??

thank you
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post #4863 of 5659
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Originally Posted by menko2 View Post
the modules seemed fine; its just when i install the 4gb using all the slots....

so what is better for games??

4gb at 700mhz 5-5-5-12 1T

2gb at 840mhz 4-4-4-12 1T

??

thank you
Well obviously 2GB overclocked is preferred, since you aren't using Vista. I wouldn't waste any money on RAM that doesn't even run at stock speeds.
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post #4864 of 5659
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vDroop is the phenomena where the voltage you tell the board send to the CPU, drops by some amounts, for unknown reasons.
It drops in order to let the VRM know that the CPU needs more amps. Explained at AnandTech here:

http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets...spx?i=3184&p=5

Regardless, I did the Vdroop mod on my board before this article was published because my clock speed fluctuated so much with the Vdroop. I have experienced less problems and have no regrets.
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It drops in order to let the VRM know that the CPU needs more amps. Explained at AnandTech here:

http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets...spx?i=3184&p=5

Regardless, I did the Vdroop mod on my board before this article was published because my clock speed fluctuated so much with the Vdroop. I have experienced less problems and have no regrets.
Link to mod? I wanna try this...
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vdroop&vcore pencil mod for p5n32-e and striker.
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vdroop&vcore pencil mod for p5n32-e and striker.
Thread here: LINK
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post #4868 of 5659
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Well obviously 2GB overclocked is preferred, since you aren't using Vista. I wouldn't waste any money on RAM that doesn't even run at stock speeds.
i think that will be the last question with the modules i have. i have 2 options running in XP:

2gb 830mhz 4-4-4-12 1T

4gb 1066mhz 5-5-5-15 2T

what is better for games??
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post #4869 of 5659
The two are going to be about equal in bandwidth since the 2GB is running in CR1. Do you know for certain you'll be able to achieve those speeds and timings on the P5N32-E? I was never able to go above 760MHz with CR1 (1T) and 4x1GB modules are awkward to say the least on this board.
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post #4870 of 5659
with 2gb i get for sure 830mhz at 1T; thats what i have in the last year running.

but now that i have 4gb i can get the same; not even close with 1T.

with 4gb and 2T i can get the modules run at his specs speed 1066mhz but at 2T 5-5-5-15.

which option will be better of the ones i posted above??
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