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Can someone tell me what the 100C "CPU" reading is in speedfan??? It used to be more like 70C-80C when I was at 1.500vcore, I upped to 1.525 and now I've got this 100C reading, but the loaded core temps are still low 50's...any advice??
It's Speedfan giving a bogus reading as usual.
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try the asus web site forums, i found a good guide on oc'ing my P5Ne SLI on there
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I'm sure you can imagine I'm still trying to figure things out...
take a look at this picture:
I started from scratch
2.5GHz on what I think is an undervolt of 1.275 for vcore in BIOS...it is showing as low as 1.200 under load (look at screen snapshot)
Stable for over 6 HOURS at OCCT...
I'm really questioning the stability of my P5B-PLUS for overclocking!
This tells me the silicon ain't all that bad...38% overclock with undervolting.
I sure would never believe that I couldn't hit 3.0 with some voltage...but that seems to be the truth. Anyway, I guess I'll let it run all night- or maybe I'll turn it up to 2.6 or 2.7 on 1.275volts and see if it'll go. Notice the 100C number from before is now in the 50's....is that really just a bogus number???? Maybe that's my NB? Any way to know?
Any ideas of what to do next?
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ive got a 49g and specs pics in the sig links
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5/19 8:30am:Stable for 17h 20m and STILL GOING...2450 and 1.275 BIOS/1.200 LOAD

5/19 12:40pm:Stable for 3h+ (OCCT) at 2590 and 1.275 BIOS/1.200 LOAD

5/19 12:42pm:Stable for 30min+ (OCCT) at 2660 at 1.275 BIOS/1.200 LOAD

5/19 1:53pm: Stable for 1hr+ (OCCT) at 2730 at 1.275 BIOS/1.200 LOAD
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5/19 3:00pm: Finally found the limit for 1.275 BIOS setting...399 or 400 FSB boots, but crashes OCCT in seconds/minutes. I tried lowering the multiplier to 6x (from 7x) and made sure OCCT was stable and it was for longer, so I suspect it's not MB

5/19 3:10pm: To get above 400MHz I'm gonna go to what I think was stock voltage...I set FSB to stock and voltage to [AUTO] and measured in Windows: 1.320 no load, (1.280 to 1.296 with load). By my calculations that works out to be a BIOS setting of 1.3625. So I ran 2800 at 1.3625 BIOS/1.280 LOAD stable for 1hr+ (OCCT)

5/19 6:00pm: Getting impatient, going to 2940 at 1.3625...OCCT crashes in seconds/minutes

5/19 6:10pm: Want to find out max for 1.3625, so I'm backing off to 2870...wish me luck.

I'm beginning to think the PS is inadequate. I don't know how to check this, other than go buy a bigger one. But, the fact that 2730 @ 1.275v is stable, but 2940 @ 1.3625 is not seems AWFUL steep to me...comments?
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post #17 of 34
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5/19 3:00pm: Finally found the limit for 1.275 BIOS setting...399 or 400 FSB boots, but crashes OCCT in seconds/minutes. I tried lowering the multiplier to 6x (from 7x) and made sure OCCT was stable and it was for longer, so I suspect it's not MB

5/19 3:10pm: To get above 400MHz I'm gonna go to what I think was stock voltage...I set FSB to stock and voltage to [AUTO] and measured in Windows: 1.320 no load, (1.280 to 1.296 with load). By my calculations that works out to be a BIOS setting of 1.3625. So I ran 2800 at 1.3625 BIOS/1.280 LOAD stable for 1hr+ (OCCT)

5/19 6:00pm: Getting impatient, going to 2940 at 1.3625...OCCT crashes in seconds/minutes

5/19 6:10pm: Want to find out max for 1.3625, so I'm backing off to 2870...wish me luck.

I'm beginning to think the PS is inadequate. I don't know how to check this, other than go buy a bigger one. But, the fact that 2730 @ 1.275v is stable, but 2940 @ 1.3625 is not seems AWFUL steep to me...comments?
Could it be your ram voltage is too low, or try taking the FSB up a notch?
post #18 of 34
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I'm getting strange results...basically, I don't feel that the stability of my CPU increases with vcore!?

Here's what I tried and results (all using 1:1 RAM and same BIOS settings except vcore)....

2450@1.2750v RAN OCCT FOR 17h36m56s and I stopped it
2590@1.2750v RAN OCCT FOR 2h19m48s and I stopped it
2730@1.2750v RAN OCCT FOR 1h22m44s and I stopped it
2800@1.2750v RAN OCCT FOR 0h00m20s and it CRASHED
2800@1.3625v RAN OCCT FOR 1h26m52s and I stopped it
2940@1.3625v RAN OCCT FOR 1h13m28s and it CRASHED
2940@1.4125v RAN OCCT FOR 0h13m00s and it CRASHED
2940@1.4250v RAN OCCT FOR 0h11m45s and it CRASHED
2940@1.4500v RAN OCCT FOR 0h12m04s and it CRASHED
2940@1.5000v RAN OCCT FOR 0h12m00s and it CRASHED

I hit a wall REAL FAST. Voltage doesn't help...have you ever hear of someone not being able to get even 2.9 stable??!!?!?
I'm feeling like I'm having the exact same problem that this article describes:
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu...o-e6300_8.html
They were even using an E6300. When I reset my settings, I did back off the NB voltage, I think I need to pump it back up....it's just that that NB heatsink really gets HOT! I think everyone here would agree, based on what the values I've listed above, that this is a MB issue, not CPU, right?
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It might be the limit of the mobo, I'm not sure how far a P5B-Plus would go but I don't think I have seen one go over 450FSB~.
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I'm still trying to get this rig stable

I bumped my NB,SB,FSB term to one away from the highest setting. vcore at 1.400.
o Then I tried FSB430 (CPU3010). OCCT failed in 48sec
o Then I tried FSB430 with NB at 1.7 (+fan!) OCCT failed in 5m56s
o Then I tied FSB400 (CPU2800). NB,SB,FSBterm one away from max... Vcore=1.35. OCCT failed 1m4s
o Then I tried relaxing mem timing from 5-5-5-15-5-30 to 5-5-5-15-5-35...OCCT failed 20m32s
o Then I tried all volts to [AUTO], vcore=1.35. OCCT failed in 9m16s
o Then I tried OCCT mem test ONLY...OCCT failed in 13m48s
o Then I tried OCCT CPU test ONLY...OCCT ran for 6h23m56s

This is so hard for me to troubleshoot. I can clearly see that my inability to pass OCCT is due to the CPU+MEM test, which seems like it would isolate this being a memory speed/timing issue, but I've been passing memtest86+ test#5 (run 5-10 times) with flying colors, so I'm not sure how to interpret this data. It seems like I've got real issues with my setup around 400FSB, and it's not AT 400, but near it (390 to 430+)...I'm close to giving up on my MB....any ideas?
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