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I can't get past the 400 FSB mark.

I've loosened my ram timings to 5-5-5-18-2
I've set my ram vcore from 1.8v to 2.0v (the ram is tested at 2.1v 4-4-4-12) which helped at 395 FSB.
I've brought my vcore up to 1.41v

No matter what vcore, ram timings, or ram vcore I set, it just won't even boot up. I have liquid cooling, so heating isn't the issue. My temps don't go very high.
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Actually, from what I've read, my temps are bad....

I am idle right now, at 3.15GHz. That's about 30% OC, and stable.

My Case says my CPU is running at 27C, but Core Temp Beta 0.94 says I'm running at 46C/44C.

Asus's software I got with the motherboard, "PC PROBE II" says my CPU is running 35C.........
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I set my PCI-Express to 105, and PCI to 33.33, as well as upped my voltage to 1.45v, but it still wouldn't work at 400, 405, or 410. (I read somewhere to try 405/410 instead of 400)

So I'm back to being stuck at 3.1GHz stable at "Auto" vcore and Ram timings of the normal 4-4-4-12-2, with my 800Mhz ram only running at 1:1, which is only 690MHz.
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have you tried to raise nb fsb and sb voltages
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Originally Posted by RonnyRulz View Post
I set my PCI-Express to 105, and PCI to 33.33, as well as upped my voltage to 1.45v, but it still wouldn't work at 400, 405, or 410. (I read somewhere to try 405/410 instead of 400)

So I'm back to being stuck at 3.1GHz stable at "Auto" vcore and Ram timings of the normal 4-4-4-12-2, with my 800Mhz ram only running at 1:1, which is only 690MHz.
Well man, 400fsb is already 3.6ghz on a 6600 at it's stock 9x multi, many cannot do that with 1.45v or less. Some can't do that fast at all. My 6600 takes more than that, to get 3.6 stable. Don't be expecting to hit the kind of fsb's people with 6400's and such are getting, your multi is higher. If you really care about higher fsb, you'll have to drop your multi, something the p5wdh is capable of, if you have a somewhat newer bios, some older versions couldn't do it. Be aware though, that average max fsb's on p5wdh are like 440-460 ish. This board won't pull killer fsb like a p5b deluxe or some other boards. You have a dam good board though, stable, it's a good OCer and I've always been happy with mine . Let us know how it turns out.
    
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post #6 of 8
If skippink up a little in the FSB range doesn't work then could be limit without some other mods like alot more vcore or something and thats a nice overclock on the chip.
    
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post #7 of 8
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Originally Posted by whe3ls View Post
have you tried to raise nb fsb and sb voltages
What should I raise them to? I don't want to damage it, I've never tried raising those voltages.
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post #8 of 8
I can't get past 400FSB either. Not much of an issue anymore, ordered a P5K-Deluxe.
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