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post #21 of 27
p5b deluxe + e6400 > 400 mhz

post #22 of 27
P5N32-E SLi 1600FSB, Orthos run for longer than 7 minutes.
post #23 of 27
its good for 30 minutes @ 1.4 volts, stable at 1.45 but no thanks

Here is a 24 hour orthos (its shown folding)

24 hours stable at 3400 mhz @ 1.35 volts (but load is in the low 50's)
so I run 24/7 3200 mhz @ 1.3 (load around 45)

post #24 of 27
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Well after looking over various boards and this thread, I think I will be going with the P5B Deluxe, I am going to go ahead and buy new so I dont have to worry about getting a pos board. Thanks for all the help guys I will be returning soon for more advise lol because I am a complete noob when it comes to intel chipset's and setups. So please forgive me if I ask stupid questions here in the near future. Thanks again.
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Well after looking over various boards and this thread, I think I will be going with the P5B Deluxe, I am going to go ahead and buy new so I dont have to worry about getting a pos board. Thanks for all the help guys I will be returning soon for more advise lol because I am a complete noob when it comes to intel chipset's and setups. So please forgive me if I ask stupid questions here in the near future. Thanks again.
will help w/ OC'ing setting if you want..
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post #26 of 27
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P5N32-E SLi 1600FSB, Orthos run for longer than 7 minutes.
ah!.......We don't count the QP FSB, only the "actual" FSB.

Also, how's your chipset at that speed, because I hear that nForce chipsets get burning hot when they get round 300-to-400 fsb.
post #27 of 27
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Also, how's your chipset at that speed, because I hear that nForce chipsets get burning hot when they get round 300-to-400 fsb.
My temperature sensor shows that it fluctuates between 39*C and 41*C, though I did replace the NorthBridge cooler with a Noctua NU-06.
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