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Cheers, I'll give it a try tonight. Do you have to remove the battery? On my old board all you had to do was move the jumper to the other position, wait about 15 secs then put it back to the correct position and power up. Thanks for the help.
when i use the jumper reset, all it resets is my settings,clock and date still stops as it were. but if i remove the battery everything is reset, inc date and time. so thats why i do the battery+ the jumper just to make sure
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post #5222 of 5659
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when i use the jumper reset, all it resets is my settings,clock and date still stops as it were. but if i remove the battery everything is reset, inc date and time. so thats why i do the battery+ the jumper just to make sure
You sir, are awesome! Worked a treat. + rep for you
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What are my friends chances of getting a decent overclock with this board and a Q6600?
    
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depends on what you call a decent overclock. Based on what I've seen, the average is around 3.2-3.3. This board doesn't like quad cores very much.

Does anybody else use the antec spot cool for their nb? What temps are you guys getting for the nb?
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3.0-3.4 is my guess.
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Noob question alert. How tight do the TT Spirits have to be? Firm or really tight? Just a little worried about doing them up too tight and damaging the board but also want to make sure i've got good contact so I don't fry my NB. I take it the only way to measure NB temp is still with a Temp probe?

Cheers guys
Edited by Gnickrapon - 10/9/08 at 10:31pm
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The latest version of Everest will read your nb (spp), and your sb (mcp) temperatures.

Now here's my dilemma, and I think it's the board. I cant get above 3.8 stable here is what I have:

nb: 1.5
sb: 1.5
1.2ht: 1.3
vtt: 1.3
cpu: 1.35

Orthos passes 14 hours at full blend, the intel burn test went 2 hours just fine. Memtest had no errors after two hours. The problem is that services and programs (primarily firefox) act up and crash. I'll get a bsod on occassion as well. Bsod's are 0x00000019, and 0x0000008E. Both I think are memory related issues, but my ram is at stock speed and at 2.050v which is what the ram is rated for. I think it may be more of a board issue since the nic port acts up as well. I'm still running 1404, should I go to 1503? Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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The latest version of Everest will read your nb (spp), and your sb (mcp) temperatures.
Thanks. Anyone got a link for where i can get this? The only one i could find is everest home edition which doesn't seem to show these temps.
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you can buy the ultimate edition:

http://www.lavalys.com/purchase.php?lang=en
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Well I updated my bios to 1503 to see if it would help with my overclock. I found that I have an fsb hole at 450 . I found that I can get 475x6 to work, but not 475x8. With the 1503 bios, my multiplyer jumps up and down between 6 and 8 even though all power savings are turned off. At least my cpu temperature was corrected. I went back to 1404 after finding the multi jumping around; so that issue went away. I'm doing more testing, so any suggestions would be appreciated .
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