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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?
What was your PSU before the True. That would help.
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It was a cooler master Rp-550-pcar 550w power supply. While it was a decent power supply, I can't see it being superior to the antec unit that replaced it. I could be wrong though...
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After having this board for years I'm still not bothering to upgrade as the jump just aint that big unless you spend WTMM (way too much money >.>).

So - this is the sweet spot for my board and chip just for reference, it gives a potential overclock of 3.75 ghz but my chip needs 1.53 in bios for stability at 3.75 and my AC7 just can't cool that much powah effectively so I leave it at the below settings.


As always - Good NB and SB cooling is REQUIRED - You can fry eggs with standard cooling and settings let alone a decent overclock.

Now this is specifically for those with Q6600 G0 Chips... Dual core is much easier to get right on this board and you shouldn't have the FSB hole issues that have driven quad owners nutty.





So yeah - CPU voltage may vary, my VID is 1.2875v but overall the board settings are very solid for me.

It's at least a good place to start if you have a quad.
Edited by Chickenman - 7/28/10 at 2:04pm
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That's a solid oc especially for a quad on this board . With your nb at 1.55, what are your temps like?
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MCP = 42
SPP = 55

These temps are from everest though which is 10 degrees c under realtemp for CPU readings.
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i got a spare P5N32-E SLI laying around and wanted to see if i could use it. i slapped an E8500 on it and 1GB G.Skill F2-8500CL5D on it.

when the bios loads i make a few changes it freezes in the bios.... if i hit TAB and go to the message display it freezes.. if i get a slim chance to boot into windows i see the load screen then BSOD.

bios 1903

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I really would like to get the Palit GTX 465 card. Anyone know if it will fit on this board WITH the card's cover intact? I have the Palit 9600GT and had to take off the orange cover to get the card to fit. There are transformer coils near the PCI-E slots that prevent a graphics card from seatting all the way in the slot.

Also, it it worth it to get this card on this M/B? Or just wait and build a new system (MB. Memory, processor)?
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i got a spare P5N32-E SLI laying around and wanted to see if i could use it. i slapped an E8500 on it and 1GB G.Skill F2-8500CL5D on it.

when the bios loads i make a few changes it freezes in the bios.... if i hit TAB and go to the message display it freezes.. if i get a slim chance to boot into windows i see the load screen then BSOD.

bios 1903

any ideas before i use it as a target to sight in the Crossbow?
I am having the same issue with mine freezing after making changes in the BIOS. I am on BIOS 1801.

I am also having issues trying to run the cpu @stock speeds. Even with all settings manually set in the BIOS to factory speeds(1066 FSB), the CPU still runs @1333 FSB, which is running too warm for my liking with the stock Intel cooler I am using right now.

Any ideas?

EDIT: Just updated BIOS to the newest(1903). Still having same issues.
Edited by my94r/t - 10/17/10 at 8:07pm
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I have this board with a Q6600. According to Everest my NB and SB is running quite hot, both being around 71C on idle. If I went ahead and got me a pair of HR-05 in order to OC (trying out 2.7k atm) to 3k+ and my MB decides to give up on me for whatever reason, those HR-05's could potentially be used on future MB's as well, right? Same goes for HR-09 (mosfet coolers)?

I am a bit reluctant to pay the money for those four coolers if the chances of re-using them on another mobo is slim if my current, three year old computer, call it quits.
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i got a spare P5N32-E SLI laying around and wanted to see if i could use it. i slapped an E8500 on it and 1GB G.Skill F2-8500CL5D on it.

when the bios loads i make a few changes it freezes in the bios.... if i hit TAB and go to the message display it freezes.. if i get a slim chance to boot into windows i see the load screen then BSOD.

bios 1903

any ideas before i use it as a target to sight in the Crossbow?
Do you have an HDD hooked up to it? I remember until I could manually set my RAM voltage I had to keep all the SATA ports open.

If it's old it might have developed some rust from dust sitting on the PCBs so long. Moisture can get trapped and cause some issues.

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I have this board with a Q6600. According to Everest my NB and SB is running quite hot, both being around 71C on idle. If I went ahead and got me a pair of HR-05 in order to OC (trying out 2.7k atm) to 3k+ and my MB decides to give up on me for whatever reason, those HR-05's could potentially be used on future MB's as well, right? Same goes for HR-09 (mosfet coolers)?

I am a bit reluctant to pay the money for those four coolers if the chances of re-using them on another mobo is slim if my current, three year old computer, call it quits.
71C is fine for the NB. It can withstand a lot. I still have a Jing Ting cooler lying around if you want it. I'd sell it cheap CONUS, but unless you are having stability issues, don't worry about that temp on the NB or SB.

3ghz is pretty good on this bored, depending on what cooler you have. It doesn't OC core 2 quads well, but was the champ for core 2 duos.
Edited by slytown - 11/24/10 at 12:30pm
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