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I'm afraid you have to live with it. This mobo is very picky about the ram, if it's not on the vendor list you are lucky it runs lol.

First I would update the bios, maybe that helps in a way. Put your nb and sb-volts like been said in the OP, for a system as stable as it will get. From there you can try to set those settings you want. And get a decent cooler

[edit]As I have read the link you gave, what does the ram do when you go to 5-5-5?

I'm building myself a system for my girly, p5n32-e sli with a e6600. Just saying lol
Edited by Tarabass - 5/28/09 at 12:21pm
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Quick question. Could anybody tell my why my Q6600 G0 is showing like this in CoreTemp?


Edit: I just changed my CPU to a Q from the one in the signature. Oh, and I cleared CMOS after changing.
Edited by nicoloco - 5/28/09 at 5:03pm
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@ tarabass hehe then your girl must be very special to you,it still is a nice setup

updated to BIOS 1801 the only thing that seems to have changed is that the SLI memory option is now correctly grayed out,stating that due to chipset limitations only two modules can be inserted to get it to work.
And now between my windows loading screen and the actual desktop my monitor gets a no-signal command for a few sec lol, scary..

But it didn't help much with the 1T timing getting it up to 800 Mhz,i also copied all voltages from OP and tried the 5-5-5-15-1T settings you suggested but it's a no go,still the same story.
But it works at 720 Mhz guess i'll have to live with it indeed lol....

But just to anticipate what i'm getting into at what cpu oc's would i need chipset and NB,SB coolers?
(i'm getting the scythe mugen 2 for cpu seems decent)

Thanks/Bedankt
Edited by S P A T F R A K - 5/28/09 at 5:44pm
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@ tarabass hehe then your girl must be very special to you,it still is a nice setup
They are old parts of my previous setup (that's why i'm still in this topic) and the price you get now a days is very low. My new mobo was very good priced, so I decided to build a new system out of it. And my girly loves windows 7 (it's so beautiful ) so now she's windows 7 ready lol

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updated to BIOS 1801 the only thing that seems to have changed is that the SLI memory option is now correctly grayed out,stating that due to chipset limitations only two modules can be inserted to get it to work.
And now between my windows loading screen and the actual desktop my monitor gets a no-signal command for a few sec lol, scary..

But it didn't help much with the 1T timing getting it up to 800 Mhz,i also copied all voltages from OP and tried the 5-5-5-15-1T settings you suggested but it's a no go,still the same story.
But it works at 720 Mhz guess i'll have to live with it indeed lol....
You could decided to go back to 1701 or lower if it scares you as hell. It's a shame but as said, this mobo/chipset is very picky about the memory. Many, many people are aware of that. Maybe it's solving out when you are oc'ing your cpu, i can't tell.
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But just to anticipate what i'm getting into at what cpu oc's would i need chipset and NB,SB coolers?
(i'm getting the scythe mugen 2 for cpu seems decent)

Thanks/Bedankt
I never used some other chipset-cooling. Just keep a eye on those temps, if the airlow of your case is good you should be fine. I think the stock heatsinks of the chipset are good to go. It seems to be in my HAF32-case.

No thanks/Geen dank
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If you are only seeing two cores in CoreTemp after swicthing out a dual core CPU for a quad core one, redownload and install CoreTemp. This will allow it to see all four cores again as the previous settings of the dual core CPU will be removed.
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It's a shame but as said, this mobo/chipset is very picky about the memory. Many, many people are aware of that. Maybe it's solving out when you are oc'ing your cpu, i can't tell.
yeah but it is on the QVL and even A,B and C certified,i did look at compatibility lol

(abc meaning)
A* : Supports one module inserted in any slot as Single-channel memory configuration
B* : Supports one pair of modules inserted into eithor the blue slots or the white slots as one pair of Dual-channel memory configuration
C* : Supports 4 modules inserted into both the blue and white slots as two pairs of Dual-channel memory configuration

Just never knew that the 1T settings would be a problem with all slots full, oh well i'll never forget now XD

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Edited by S P A T F R A K - 5/29/09 at 5:44pm
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yeah but it is on the QVL and even A,B and C certified,i did look at compatibility lol

(abc meaning)
A* : Supports one module inserted in any slot as Single-channel memory configuration
B* : Supports one pair of modules inserted into eithor the blue slots or the white slots as one pair of Dual-channel memory configuration
C* : Supports 4 modules inserted into both the blue and white slots as two pairs of Dual-channel memory configuration

Just never knew that the 1T settings would be a problem with all slots full, oh well i'll never forget now XD

Grtz Spat
Like a said. VERY picky lol! Didn't know it was on the QVL-list, but that's something I don't even read. I just take a pair of GeIL-memory, does the trick for me al the time

The a-b-c story is something new to me. Never heard of that, so I learned something today. Thanks for that!
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Hey guys

I just installed the Thermaltake Extreme Sprint II, and I wanted to give an update on it. I had some trouble with my card not seating properly because the nut closest to the SATA ports is too high. To fix this issue, I had to shorten the mounting post, use a tiny nut, and chop my card a bit. I even bent the bracket lower.

This cooler is not a direct plug and play install. you are going to have to get out the dremel and start cutting. I drilled a 1/4 hole in the plastic housing card housing, which is not a big deal because I have 9600gt's and they are old. However, if you have a GTX295 or something. it would be hard to make the sprint work without cutting your card housing.
http://img198.imageshack.us/img198/5562/img2321c.jpg

So...
Does anybody know of a liquid block that will work on the southbridge?
I have tried:
http://www.enzotechnology.com/snbw_reva.htm
&
http://www.koolance.com/water-coolin...product_id=662
Neither of these blocks work
Must be compatible with SLi
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there it is two proposals

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What are those blocks? EK?

Do you have any pictures or proof that they will mount and clear SLI cards? It looks like they would be a good fit, just wandering.

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