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1st off, don't use the AI crap. It doesn't work. In fact I believe that feature is completely removed from later versions. Disable all the extras on the board and change the FSB & Memory to Unlinked. There is a pretty big debate on which is the best BIOS for this board right now, but I was using 0602(Or whatever version it comes with) with my E6600 for a very long time up until I had to update for my new CPU. As you are still using a 65nm CPU, I wouldn't change it. You won't gain anything for it.

Actually, if you follow Robilar's posts on the 1st page of this thread, you should find everything you need to get some very good results. Good luck!

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g'day i'm fairly new to this but i'm am familiar with how to build one. i have an e6400 the main problem i'm having at the moment is now i cant change my fbs speed they revert back to auto after being saved, Also what is the best bios for this board? and what cause vista to turn off or freeze under nearly any but a1 overclock 5%?

vcore 1.45v
memory 2.1v
1.2vht auto
nb core 1.45v
sb core 1.55v
cpuvtt 1.55v

9800gt
2x1g 800mhz ddr2
860watt power supply but a cheap one

thanks in adavnce
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Starting about a month ago I have experienced an issue with this MB. I am using bios version 1503. Every once in awhile, 3-5 times so far, I turn the computer on and instead of the one beep bios post I get a long beep that doesn't stop until I restart the computer. Does anyone know what could be causing this? I looked up the bios beep codes but couldn't get a definite answer. Has anyone else experienced this? Could it be my PS? Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
Does anyone know?
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1st off, don't use the AI crap. It doesn't work. In fact I believe that feature is completely removed from later versions. Disable all the extras on the board and change the FSB & Memory to Unlinked. There is a pretty big debate on which is the best BIOS for this board right now, but I was using 0602(Or whatever version it comes with) with my E6600 for a very long time up until I had to update for my new CPU. As you are still using a 65nm CPU, I wouldn't change it. You won't gain anything for it.

Actually, if you follow Robilar's posts on the 1st page of this thread, you should find everything you need to get some very good results. Good luck!
thanks for the reply. i wasnt trying to use the ai to overclock it was just the only one saving but i reflshed 1503 set fsb to 1600it updated the romsip table and now settings are saving. but i'm still having a few problems, how long do i need to rrun orthos for to know it is completly stable and will it be completly stable? also when running at 2590mhz psu seems to be quite noisy and it seems to be getting quite hot in coretemp under full load for while 71 degrees at 45 minutes is that normal? i have both sides of the case off with a small fan blowing in and one blowing out i also hve an aftermarket cpu cooler on called deep cool
    
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...how long do i need to rrun orthos for to know it is completly stable and will it be completly stable?
Some people run prime and/or orthos for 24hrs. Some people run it for 1hrs. It's up to you. I don't run them at all. I just jump right in to normal use; video rendering/converting and gaming. I just monitor my temps and wait to see if it crashes. In my experience, it will usually crash right away if so.

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...also when running at 2590mhz psu seems to be quite noisy and it seems to be getting quite hot in coretemp under full load for while 71 degrees at 45 minutes is that normal? i have both sides of the case off with a small fan blowing in and one blowing out i also hve an aftermarket cpu cooler on called deep cool
Yes, 71C is too hot. Intel says 75C is the maximum safe operating temperature for your CPU. In fact, I believe it will begin to throttle down at 70C. I tried to find the page where this is listed for you, but I can't find it again.

I also checked out your Deep Cool HSF. Not impressed. I hope you didn't pay too much for it. I would recommend an Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro since you mentioned noise as an issue. It's super quiet and for $26, it kept my E6600 below 50C, even when I ran it at 3.4Ghz. Best results for your money in my opinion, but there are many other options out there. Do your research if you are buying one, but get rid of that Deep Cool or at least start by replacing the thermal paste with some Arctic Silver 5. Also, check out the link in my signature for some more cooling tips.
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nah i didnt pay much. the noise is coming from the power supply, not often thou. can get it booting fine up to 3ghz can run prime but it crashes in games even on tiny overclock 2.3 ghz any ideas? temp peaked at 71 but mostly 60-65
    
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nah i didnt pay much. the noise is coming from the power supply, not often thou. can get it booting fine up to 3ghz can run prime but it crashes in games even on tiny overclock 2.3 ghz any ideas? temp peaked at 71 but mostly 60-65
Get your CPU load temps below 60C. Try some arctic silver 5 thermal paste 1st. Then a better HSF, which you will need if you ever upgrade to a to a 45nm CPU. And then of course, for the most bang for your buck, E8500 or Q6600.

Upgrading your MB cooling will help tremendously! It did for me. At the very least, replace the junk stock paste ASUS put on your chipset. This is very easy to do with a small needle nosed plier. Check the link in my signature. Even if you don't go as extreme as I did, you'll be surprised by the results. Be sure to clean the rubber heat transfer gaskets for your mosfets.
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idle temps are 39 and load temps 55 still no luck crashes in game just turns off cant figure it out as to why? I havent got alot of cash at the moment so i'd perfer not to have to spend much at the moment
    
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Hello ,
plaese someone can tell me the best setting for my ram
i don't want overclock my system too much,but only set the right settings (or little more)
especially the memory voltage and timings, dram:FSB rate
and necessary
sorry for my english and thanks

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P5N32 E-SLI Plus
E6700
2X1 Gb Geil ultra ddr2 800 4-4-4-12
8600 Gts
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Hi all,

I am not a pro overclocker, but i've red most of the thread as much as i can and i configured my computer for 4.0 ghz performans. I want to use e8600 @4.0 ghz in a stable way. I am using 1603 bios. Seems like the system is stable now but the cpu is very hot. It seems normal now but at summer it will be problem. Can you please recommend me some way to lower the cpu's degree @4.ghz. I am attaching bios and other screens. Thank you very much for your help.
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computer turns off like the plug has been pulled out while gaming even at stock speeds, if i change to a non powered gpu can manage stable overclock would this make the power supply the culprit i have the king of cheap **** 860watt shaw, or would it be my 9800gt? thanks in advance

you ould get an artic freezer pro 7 there cheap and real good too can replace all the thermal grease on all of the heatsinks and there are heaps of motherboard cooling mods in this thread
    
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