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I finally up date the bios to the 1002,and lapped my cpu would see.
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Originally Posted by overclockerbiggsy
i would like to get to 3.6
E6600 @ 3.6Ghz

FSB: 1600
RAM is running 5-5-5-12 1T @ 800Mhz

VCore Voltage: 1.6v
Memory Voltage: 1.9v
1.2V HT Voltage: 1.3v
NB Core Voltage: 1.55v
SB Core Voltage: 1.55v
CPU VTT Voltage: 1.55v
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Originally Posted by t4ct1c47 View Post
E6600 @ 3.6Ghz

FSB: 1600
RAM is running 5-5-5-12 1T @ 800Mhz

VCore Voltage: 1.6v
Memory Voltage: 1.9v
1.2V HT Voltage: 1.3v
NB Core Voltage: 1.55v
SB Core Voltage: 1.55v
CPU VTT Voltage: 1.55v
thanks for that, i tried them and it worked fine, BUT cpu temp goes too high on 100% load, strange because i have a ice cool antec 900 case and a zalman 9500 awesome air cooler, any ideas why its soo hot? what temps are u getting on 100% loads and idle and what cooling do u have?

Thanks man

biggsy
    
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Managed to get a stable 3.52ghz OC with E6600 and get the vcore down to 1.525 to keep temps down a bit:

FSB: 1566
Vcore Voltage: 1.525v
1.2 HT: 1.35v
NB Core Voltage: 1.45v
SB Core Voltage: 1.5v
CPU VTT Voltage: 1.55v

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everyone,

How do you disable the damn asus craptacular spashscreen at boot?

I cant find the option in the bios ;(
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everyone,

How do you disable the damn asus craptacular spashscreen at boot?

I cant find the option in the bios ;(
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thanks for that, i tried them and it worked fine, BUT cpu temp goes too high on 100% load, strange because i have a ice cool antec 900 case and a zalman 9500 awesome air cooler, any ideas why its soo hot? what temps are u getting on 100% loads and idle and what cooling do u have?

Thanks man

biggsy
My current Thermaltake Armour Jr is a POS for cooling. I've moved the HDD cage and mounted it in three of the 5.25" bays so that it doesn't block the air flow to the graphics cards from my 120mm instake. I've also tucked my redundant PSU cables into a vacant 5.25" bay and have my side panel off with some old tumble dryer pipeing leading from my window to below the CPU. I'd probably be better off switching to water cooling but I'd rather go ghetto instead. Temperatures never go above 58*C when Orthos is running but I'm looking into getting some mesh to replace the crappy see through window. At least then I can have my side panel placed back on then.

Just thought I'd point out that without fresh air from outside getting to my system it will fail Orthos within two minutes purely down to the heat working its way up to 70*C. If you want to run 3.6Ghz on your E6600, and run it stable, you're going to need a much better cooling solution. I also prefer to ensure stability by running Orthos overnight for 8 hours or so as opposed to 18 minutes.
post #18 of 47
I will update my settings once mine arrives and the fun begins
    
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My current Thermaltake Armour Jr is a POS for cooling. I've moved the HDD cage and mounted it in three of the 5.25" bays so that it doesn't block the air flow to the graphics cards from my 120mm instake. I've also tucked my redundant PSU cables into a vacant 5.25" bay and have my side panel off with some old tumble dryer pipeing leading from my window to below the CPU. I'd probably be better off switching to water cooling but I'd rather go ghetto instead. Temperatures never go above 58*C when Orthos is running but I'm looking into getting some mesh to replace the crappy see through window. At least then I can have my side panel placed back on then.

Just thought I'd point out that without fresh air from outside getting to my system it will fail Orthos within two minutes purely down to the heat working its way up to 70*C. If you want to run 3.6Ghz on your E6600, and run it stable, you're going to need a much better cooling solution. I also prefer to ensure stability by running Orthos overnight for 8 hours or so as opposed to 18 minutes.
Cool, i dont think i have the courage to leave it overnight too scared i will wake up to a smouldering pile of rubble that was once my pc lol, does orthos come with a shut off at a certain temp or anything?
    
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6700ES Lapped @ 3.5, 1400 multy x10,
Memory for now @940mhz 5 5 5 12 2 T
V.core volts=1.55
1.2 ht volts=1.30
NB volts=1.45
SB volts=1.50
Cpu vtt volts=1.55
Working with the 1002 Bios now.Need the same volt's like with the 0903 bios,no change.
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