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My north bridge is running at 82C. South bridge is at 60C. What happens to the warranty if you remove and apply arctic silver on these components?
I really don't know, but when you consider how many people take apart their $4-$500 VGAs and put water blocks on them, you would have to assume that it doesn't effect the warranty. I know I wouldn't risk voiding my warranty on such an expensive item. When I did my MB mod, I knew my warranty was already expired. However, I do know I'm extending the life of my components by upgrading the thermal paste though. Maybe email your manufacturer for confirmation?
post #5422 of 5659
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I am currently using the 1203 bios on my board.I am getting ready to do some overclocking and was wondering if I should get the latest 1701 bios or stay with what I have?
As long as you still have the e6600 I would stick with the 1203 bios, which is the best overclocking bios for that chip. As long as everything works, why change it? The new bios'es are for newer chip compatibility.
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Ok thanks for your input.
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Heya guys,

I'm not sure whether this thread is still on going but its the only one on the net that i can find to do with the P5N32-E SLI.

I'm having a little problem with voltages not being what i set them to in bios.

I have a Q6600 GO running at 2.4GHz at 1.25v set in the BIOS. I can get to 2.7 without changing the voltage at all. When i go to 3.0GHz i set the Voltage to 1.3v and all booted up fine and works. BUT... when i open CPUZ it is saying that the voltage is at 1.38v!

This means it produces more heat than need be!..

Ive looked through all settings and fiddled with all other voltages but cant seem to find what/why it is jumping to 1.38 - 1.40v! I am right this is too high to just 3.0GHz!??

Is it a problem with my Mobo? or do i just have a stupid Chip??

Thanks for anyones help in advance.

Matt
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Heya guys,

I'm not sure whether this thread is still on going but its the only one on the net that i can find to do with the P5N32-E SLI.

I'm having a little problem with voltages not being what i set them to in bios.

I have a Q6600 GO running at 2.4GHz at 1.25v set in the BIOS. I can get to 2.7 without changing the voltage at all. When i go to 3.0GHz i set the Voltage to 1.3v and all booted up fine and works. BUT... when i open CPUZ it is saying that the voltage is at 1.38v!

This means it produces more heat than need be!..

Ive looked through all settings and fiddled with all other voltages but cant seem to find what/why it is jumping to 1.38 - 1.40v! I am right this is too high to just 3.0GHz!??

Is it a problem with my Mobo? or do i just have a stupid Chip??

Thanks for anyones help in advance.

Matt
Thread is still on going, last post was 17h ago.

I think you have to do a biosupdate. I'm running over 3.0Ghz with stock-volts. I had the same problem as you, at the same Hz. Unstable at 2.8Ghz, sometimes boot failures, and reboot was necessary. Update you bios, put volts on stock-values and you should be fine I think.

Good Luck!
Edited by Tarabass - 3/5/09 at 7:35am
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hi, My psu is broken im planing to buy another one, can you tell will this be OK with my system http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...m=390033245185 ..

its 700watt with +12v1 20 amp +12v2 20 amp

or will I go for EZcool 600watt with +12V1 20 amp +12v2 20amp which is cheaper

I have sli 9600gt 1 gb.
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Search for a power supply calculator. Think that the 600W will be enough (don't let them fool you in the hype that is going on), but you can calculate that by yourself
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Search for a power supply calculator. Think that the 600W will be enough (don't let them fool you in the hype that is going on), but you can calculate that by yourself
Power supply calculator http://www.extreme.outervision.com/p...ulatorlite.jsp
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Something like that, although this one seems to calculate a bit to high to me
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been months since I've read through this so have there been any bios updates that people think would be help for my system? I use the latest posted by Robilar on the first
if i remember correctly
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