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Just to let yous know, I managed to get 2x2GB of OCZ PC2-8500 memory running at 1066mhz. I have an e6600 currently at 3.4 ghz


Here are my settings
Vcore 1.45v
Memory 2.25v
1.2HT 1.3v
NB 1.4v
SB untouched
VTT 1.55v
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quick question....

i have one of these board laying around and i have a spare Q9550. will this board support a Q9550?
was going to use this board to fold with since it is a P5N32-E SLI, but if i have to i guess i could use my EP45-UD3L with 1 video card
    
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The p5n32-e does not support the 45nm quads; I was very disappointing when I found this out. I would just use the p45 board that you have .
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Originally Posted by mica3speedy View Post
The p5n32-e does not support the 45nm quads; I was very disappointing when I found this out. I would just use the p45 board that you have .
ya i tested and no luck. i wanted to fold with this board. oh well.
maybe i use it for a cheap build and give it to my son
    
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post #5635 of 5659
Better late than never ehh?

So, if anyone is still reading this post...I'm going to toss my questions onto the pile. I've had this board for around 3 years...I weathered the amazing "Display driver failed" issue with Windows Vista and Nvidia. I've overclocked, underclocked and damn near crushed the board with a baseball bat. Long story short...I apparently have no idea what the hell I'm doing!

So, I built my old roommate's machine using the exact same board, and many similar parts. On Bios 1601 I was able to get the Core 2 Duo E6400 2.13GHz to 3.1GHz and his 8GB of Mushkin PC2-8500 memory to run at 1066MHz. It runs very stable...and hasn't caused him any issues.

On my set-up, it's a different story. With the only real difference being my memory...I have NEVER been able to get my memory (Corsair XMS2-8500) to run at 1066MHz or 533MHz bus. I can run the processor up to whatever I want it seems...but the memory won't budge. In fact, I can't even boot the board if I set the memory to 1066MHz with stock timings.

When I'm talking about MHz I'm referring to the numbers reflected in the Bios under the overclocking screen. I typically run with the CPU and Memory "Unlinked" and manually type in the numbers I desire. Unless I'm completely stupid, I'm assuming the "actual" FSB speeds it displays are literally the speed I want. So when I type 1066 and it says 1065.somebull*****...it understands what I mean??

So what have I tried...short of buying new memory? Well, clearly the voltage. By default I run it at 2.1V but I've gone as high as 2.2. The timings...I've tried about every variation I can think of. The slots...I've changed the memory to be slotted as the documentation says (which is counter intuitive to the colors of the board). New PSU.

At this point I don't know where to turn. I simply want my memory to function at the 1066MHz advertised by Corsair. If someone reads this...let me know if I'm missing something.
post #5636 of 5659
I got my q6600 to 3.74ghz stable. well in games and 3dmark and super Pi. i havnt tried any other tests yet. what do i have to run before you call it stable.
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post #5637 of 5659
I run oCCT for 8 hours. Then Prime 95 small for 8 hours, blend for 8 hours, then large FFT''s for 8 hours. Then i am happy.



hello i switched from a e6700 to a e8500 with my sli plus board (still going strong) and i still are not quite sure which max CPU VTT and vcore is safe for this chip. Also, is realtemp giving an accurate cpu temp? Ive read conflicting reports.

Also, I bump up the Vcore to 1.3 but once i reboot it shows only 1.26 in the bios? Speedfan is even lower with a vcore2 at 3.2v??!?!?

I hate not knowing. because i am scared to push the volts up to get it stable past 3.71. I really want to get it to 4!!!! Rams at stock speed just so everyone knows. Stock voltage gave max real temp of 45, and im keeping it at 49 at 3.71 with 1.327 volts in with NB @ 1.4, CPU VTT @ 1.25. I think it can run a lower voltage stable but i havent got to that yet! I want to push it!
Edited by Man|aC - 7/21/10 at 6:08am
    
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Farina, this board only supports up to 800 spd memory, so your 1066 spd memory may not not run that due to the limitations of the board.

Man|aC, the max vcore on the e8xx series is 1.3675 vcore, and vtt can be upped a little to 1.3. Your nb may also need to be bumped up to 1.45.

Now here's and interesting situation that I have. I just put in an Antec true power 750w power supply, and a GTX 470. My overclock is no longer stable, and I used to be able to run at 3.825ghz and my memory at 800 with the 1404 bios. I'm now running at 3.6ghz, and 800. I would like to get at least some of my oc back. Any help would be appreciated. Here are my voltages that I ran with 3.8:

vcore 1.35
memory 1.95 (4-4-4-12 1t at 850)
nb 1.45
sb 1.6
cpu vtt 1.3
DDR 2 controller Ref voltage Auto
DDR 2 channel a Auto
DDR 2 channel b Auto

As for system clocks I have all pci-e set to 100, and spp <-> mcp set to 200

my machine won't do a bios boot at 3.8. Would a newer bios help? Increase voltages more? Any suggestions?
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post #5639 of 5659
My biggest issues with this board come down to voltage regulation but I use a quad though.

In saying that - the bridges get ridiculously hot with stock cooling - an hr 05 or similar is required for prolonged overclocking etc.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3049/...9f27aeea_o.jpg
Edited by Chickenman - 7/24/10 at 4:26am
post #5640 of 5659
I wonder if voltage regulation is now my issue with my system. I didn't take into account the extra load the 470 put on the system over the 8600gt (duh). I've tried the latest bios, increased the voltages on the cpu, nb, sb, and memory and tested. 3.6 is the max that is stable now. Oh well I've tried; this setup only has to last until next year, then its being replaced.
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