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i did read it, he actually says he doesnt know what it does, thats why I asked
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"1T RAM Timings: What makes the 680i boards different from the intel chipsets is that it is very easy to get 1T timings to run on ram. I’ve tested as have others. RAM running at 80Mhz with tight timings (4-4-4-8 for example) and at 1T is faster in bandwidth tests than ram running at 5-5-5-15, 1067 MHz and 2T."
How do you set the RAM running at 80Mhz?
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i did read it, he actually says he doesnt know what it does, thats why I asked
What I "do" know about it is that if you leave it on auto, it is virtually impossible to get high stable overclocks. The higher you set it, the better overclocks you can attain, regardless of chip, stepping or vcore used.
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Ok thanks I'll just set it to max hope it works out OK, my last board a mosfet blew and I got no idea why, just bad luck?
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Robilar - how are you doing with the Ultra Extreme fit in the 830, any heat tests etc?

BTW, I could not get the quad above 320 no matter what multi I used. It just won't post which is similar to the EVGA unit before they fixed the problem.

What I did do is increase the multiplier to 11 x 320 (3.52Ghz) and it is running without any stress at ~31-33C in Everest/pc probe and the cores are ~46-52C in Core Temp.

As expected it lasted less than 2 minutes in Prime95 before it shot up to 70C. Very frightening. I'll leave it here just to see what the temp does during the stress of live trading tomorrow. If it's stable I might leave it here but I know I need a better cooler which is why I'm very interested in your results although I realize the heat characteristics are different on your chip.

Do you think there might be some advantage to trying a lower fsb and higher multi as you advised to try in the other thread? The reason I ask again is that I've got this far too expensive memory here that I would lose the fsb:ram ratio on. Right now it's 3:5 which my understanding is a good ratio...but I don't know. What should I try next?

Thank you.
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Aparently, so I am being told right now, the Q6600 can't be cooled with that OCZ phase unit and it will die... something about not being able to handle the loads... not giving up though, investigating
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Thanks Robilar.
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Everything "should" fit. The reason I went bluegears for sound as mentioned is that its comparable to the x-fi but its a much shorter card. I can't say for certain if you will be able to fit the edge of the noctua sb cooler under the clearance of the creative card. The bluegears is short enough to make it irrelevant.

Here are some pics when I had two 8800gtx and an older sb eax (150mm long card) audigy 2. Everything fit but very snug.
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Anything, anyone? Thanks!

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Hi everyone! This is my first post here. I'm such a n00b in overclocking but I'm pretty sure Robilar's instructions and experience of all will teach me a lot. Thank you all!

I'm planning to build a new system and I'd like to ask you a few questions. First off, I'll definitely go with Intel EXXXX CPU, Asus P5N32-E SLI (possibly Plus) board, Raptor 74, 2X1GB RAM, 8800 XXX graphics, Antec 18X case and 700+W power supply. I wish to buy E6700 and 8800GTX and I'm waiting for more price cuts

Here I go:
1) What is the difference between P5N32-E SLI and the Plus model in terms of overclocking and general performance? There is like a 30-bucks gap (plus being cheaper!) and it's not a trivial decision.
2) Will PC2-8500 RAMs post with P5N32-E boards without manual settings? What's your recommendation for RAM? Are PC2-8500 worth the price gap compared to PC2-6400?
3) Will SATA optical drives post immediately? I'd like to go SATA but I don't want to risk not being able to install the OS.
4) Would you say there is a significant performance difference between Zalman 9700 and 9500AT?
5) For the PS, I'm thinking about Thermaltake Toughpower 750W. I wonder what you have on it.

Many thanks in advance! I really appreciate your time...
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Anything, anyone? Thanks!
Well, on the P5N32-E (non plus) model. i have 2 sticks of patriot 8500 ram rated to 5-5-5-9 at 2.3v but when first starting up it runs it at ddr 800 and 5-5-5-16 even though it seems to run fine set manually at its rated speeds and 2.2v so i believe that it will initially set your memory to a ddr 800.

im no expert. just my expirience. also, i would assume it would be the same with the plus model.
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I need some help overclocking my system. I have a p5n32-e sli board with geil pc6400 ram and a e6420. I have tried to first overclock it to 3.0ghz using the fsb at 1500 however i cannot get my ram ratio to be 1:1. My ram is running at 4-4-4-12 1T. My ram ratio is like 10:11 right now

Does FSB/RAM ratio affect the system's overclock? My current overclock of 3ghz is unstable.

Help?!
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