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sry pleas delete
Edited by Ronll - 1/30/09 at 5:54am
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im using bios 1701
and when i set the QDR to for example 1166 then it seems to work , and but when i get to windows its like nothing changed the clock stays the same , when i go to check on it in the bios , its showing me its all working as if the OC is on...

what to do?

i checked with CPUZ and OCCT
sry im asking so match , but pleas help me with this
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Hey folks...can anyone recommend the best 4gb kit that I can get for this mobo? I have been running the Patriot Extreme PC2-6400 2x2GB for a year and half with E6420, but never overclocked much past 2.88Ghz...I am really starting to think its the RAM limiting me.

Anyway, I just got an E8400 E0 which runs fine at stock, but when I start to push the chip to ~3.5GHZ, i get really messed up results....I tweaked everything imaginable in the bios...read that this board doesnt like funny dividers between FSB:RAM...so if I got a fast ram kit, i could potentially go 1:1?
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The OCZ Reapers work fine with it.
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Corsair Dominator PC2 8500 are jolly good to me.
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awesome, thanks...will try one of those i think....

I think i finally found my one biggest issue last night. Finally installed the latest version of Everest Ultimate and noticed that:

My North Bridge is running @ 87C on 1.4-1.5v i believe and cpu at stock 3Ghz.
My south bridge is around 59C.

I think i need to atleast re-seat the heatsinks with some new thermal paste....or maybe even get new heatsinks...thats probably whats holding the board back...the funny thing is I have had this board since 2007 and running an E6420 @ 2.9Ghz 24/7 lol...

Any suggestions?? Can i just apply a fresh layer of AS5 and re-seat both heatpipes?

Or should i invest in some new heatsinks for North/South Bridge instead? If so, which can I get that will fit under the TRUE BLACK 120 that i got installed.

On a happy note...my E8400 E0 @ stock (3ghz) is running at 25C idle and tops out at 34C under load.
Edited by Ruski1982 - 2/5/09 at 7:24am
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awesome, thanks...will try one of those i think....

I think i finally found my one biggest issue last night. Finally installed the latest version of Everest Ultimate and noticed that:

My North Bridge is running @ 87C on 1.4-1.5v i believe and cpu at stock 3Ghz.
My south bridge is around 59C.

I think i need to atleast re-seat the heatsinks with some new thermal paste....or maybe even get new heatsinks...thats probably whats holding the board back...the funny thing is I have had this board since 2007 and running an E6420 @ 2.9Ghz 24/7 lol...

Any suggestions?? Can i just apply a fresh layer of AS5 and re-seat both heatpipes?

Or should i invest in some new heatsinks for North/South Bridge instead? If so, which can I get that will fit under the TRUE BLACK 120 that i got installed.

On a happy note...my E8400 E0 @ stock (3ghz) is running at 25C idle and tops out at 34C under load.
Adding thermal paste will be sufficient. The stock stuff is essentially nonexistent. You will see a huge improvement doing that alone as long as you've got good air circulation, but installing new heatsinks is always fun. Check my signature links. None of my montherboard temps go above 36C anymore since I did that mod. Make sure you will be able to fit whatever you buy if you do as that TRUE is huge.
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If you read back through the thread you will note that non standard heatsinks are pretty much required for day to day goodness.
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If you read back through the thread you will note that non standard heatsinks are pretty much required for day to day goodness.
ya after skimming through 100+ pages of this thread, i started going a bit nuts lol...but ya, it seems that aftermarket cooling is required...i should be getting all the parts in the next day or so...going to be fun, once its all setup.

Any trouble removing the stop heatpipes? need any heat or do they come off pretty easy?
Edited by Ruski1982 - 2/9/09 at 1:36pm
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ya after skimming through 100+ pages of this thread, i started going a bit nuts lol...but ya, it seems that aftermarket cooling is required...i should be getting all the parts in the next day or so...going to be fun, once its all setup.

Any trouble removing the stop heatpipes? need any heat or do they come off pretty easy?
Use a needle nosed pliers on the back side of the board to sqeeze the little black clips together and then push them through the front. Then they will just fall off as the stock thermal paste is essentially nonexistent and dried up.
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