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memtest showed no problems.

Well it wanted a multiplier of 9 so I am going to give it one! 3.6.is better then 3.2 right?
Temps are good and I havent had time completlely check stablity but so far so good. I know this is not the place but does anyone have any suggestios on volts?
Thanks guys for the help, I really appreciate it!

PI 1m 14.2 I really like that ALOT!
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E6600 (3.2) Gigabyte P35 DS3P Evga 8800GTS 4x1g G Skill pc 6400 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD Raptor 150 2x sony DRU170C Vista Acer 22" and Acer 19" wide lcds 
PowerCaseMouse
Antec True Power Trio TP3-650 Antec 900 Logitec MX 
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post #12 of 12
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Originally Posted by Thedev View Post
memtest showed no problems.
Like I said before, some programs wont recognize the correct multiplier if you lower it from within the BIOS on certain motherboards.

You were running 400FSB @ x8 = 3.2Ghz

But your programs thought it was at x9

400FSB x9 = 3.6Ghz

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Originally Posted by Thedev View Post
Well it wanted a multiplier of 9 so I am going to give it one! 3.6.is better then 3.2 right?
Temps are good and I havent had time completlely check stablity but so far so good. I know this is not the place but does anyone have any suggestios on volts?
Thanks guys for the help, I really appreciate it!

PI 1m 14.2 I really like that ALOT!
To run my E6600 at 400FSB on the x9 multiplier (3.6Ghz) I had to use 1.55v CPU vCore, 1.55v MCH (NorthBridge) vCore and 1.55v VTT voltage. Seeing as you're useing an Intel Chipset based board you'll prbably have to raise FSB termination voltage a little as your board doesn't have VTT.

I hope you find that info useful.
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