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just finished reading through most of the 490 odd pages of text and got a few questions. Firstly, i've managed to get my e6400 to 3.2ghz on air and its stable but as soon as i increase the fsb even past 1600 by 20 mhz it wont post even if i take vcore to like 1.55?? Any ideas,
Just ordered 2 spirit coolers for SB and NB and will be fitting them soon, current temps are 57 and 61 respectively so thought it might be time for some cooling!
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hi all
were is the best place to start when troubleshooting your overclocked settings and in what order


whats the problem? is it still posting?
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whats the problem? is it still posting?
nothing just wondering what would be the best way to troubleshoot a problem should i have one while I'm overclocking
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Ok guys, I'm back up and running! My watercooling system isn't quite tweaked right yet, but here's some to keep you waiting!
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any advice anyone??
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just finished reading through most of the 490 odd pages of text and got a few questions. Firstly, i've managed to get my e6400 to 3.2ghz on air and its stable but as soon as i increase the fsb even past 1600 by 20 mhz it wont post even if i take vcore to like 1.55?? Any ideas,
Just ordered 2 spirit coolers for SB and NB and will be fitting them soon, current temps are 57 and 61 respectively so thought it might be time for some cooling!
You need to pay attention to the Northbridge voltage as more juice is required by the MCH once you pass a certain point with FSB. I recommend also raiseing 1.2 HT to 1.35v and CPU VTT to 1.55v. The Souhbridge should be ok at 1.55v, but you may also need to increase this as high as 1.6v. Needless to say, don't tstrain the Northbridge or Southbridge voltages until you have aftermarket cooling on the chipsets.

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Ok guys, I'm back up and running! My watercooling system isn't quite tweaked right yet, but here's some to keep you waiting!
There's a free Rep+ waiting for you if you post a verified CPU-Z hyperlink of your overclock. To do this simply select the About tab when you run CPU-Z and the rest is self explanitory. CoreTemp is well known for inaccurately reporting clock speeds when you lower the multiplier.
Edited by t4ct1c47 - 5/22/08 at 2:15am
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I have got my E6600 (B2) running at 3.6GHz @ 1.58125v . The Extreme Spirit NB and Sb coolers are doing a great job.
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I have got my E6600 (B2) running at 3.6GHz @ 1.58125v . The Extreme Spirit NB and Sb coolers are doing a great job.
Mine just arrived in the post today so will be fitting them soon, what temps are your nb and sb at?
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waiting for you if you post a verified CPU-Z hyperlink of your overclock. To do this simply select the About tab when you run CPU-Z and the rest is self explanitory. CoreTemp is well known for inaccurately reporting clock speeds when you lower the multiplier.
Awsome here ya go! And how about having it even higher! I'm at 3.6GHz 100% stable!!!

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I have got my E6600 (B2) running at 3.6GHz @ 1.58125v . The Extreme Spirit NB and Sb coolers are doing a great job.
Dude that's a lot of voltage. I wouldn't keep it there for long.
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