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i forgot to look at the NB and SB temps, im not sure if i want to do it again with thouse voltages lol.
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Originally Posted by Spielberg View Post
hey guys! I want to buy 4GB memory kit for my mb(P5N32-E). What kit if memory will be better 4x1 or 2x2?
I am using Corsair Dominator 4 X 1GB and I'm stable at 400(1600) X 9.5 = 3.8GHz CPU on my P5N32-E SLI Plus. I'm also using all the voltages and settings listed by Robilar in the 1st page of this thead. The RAM runs stable just under 1100MHz. Oh, and Spielberg, buy that Corsair Fan seperate from Tiger Direct and save a bundle! Don't buy the kit with the fan included. You'll lose $$$!

My CPU is a little warm, but I'm comfortable with it. My MB temps never go over 31C even under load. Check out my thread on custom MB air cooling for this board: http://www.overclock.net/cooling-exp...ml#post4936116
post #5293 of 5659
Thanks for help guys I'll buy OCZ DIMM 4096MB DDR II 800MHz OCZ2RPX800EB4GK ReaperX I think it's the best choice for me. I have very good air cooling of my mb

Edited by Spielberg - 11/27/08 at 1:05pm
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Hi, got this board coming and wanted to know, will my Kingston pc2-6400 2gb ram work?
Thanks
gary
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welp i give up, stuck at 3.2ghx with 8x multi (400x8). cant get it to do anything past that. I guess ill live with it till the next upgrade.
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Hi, got this board coming and wanted to know, will my Kingston pc2-6400 2gb ram work?
Thanks
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Yes Kingston will work. I'd get some PC2 8500 though while RAM is as cheap as it is right now. Check out my previous post for what I my recommend. Good luck!
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Thanks dude, rep+ ;-)
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Well, I got my e8600 already up to 4.4ghz on 1.38v. Works awesome. But my ram needs to be real loose on timings and frequency. I'm not liking my corsair right now. So I purchased some crucial ballistixs to try. We'll see what happens. I'm shooting for 4.7ghs on my chip and over 1000mhz on my ram.
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very nice . Personally I can't justify going from an e8400 to e8600. Good luck, and post your settings when you have a chance. Which bios are you using? I was debating getting the latest bios, but I haven't heard anything on it yet.
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How well does this board perform with a tri-sli configuration? I know one of the slots only operates at 8x where the other two are full 16x, but how big of a difference is that really?

....thinking of digging my old p5n32-e out of the closet
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