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post #191 of 291
The G0 stepping is the 95W version... that is the one he got, and many people are awaiting delivery on.
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Oh I see thanks. That must be it then, thats why so many people are getting low temps on them, i mean at 95W, its not far from the Wattage of a C2D
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FSB 466/470 * 8 PRIME STABLE Preliminary Results !!!:


So I've being trying to stabilize my rams all night and I finally found out what makes my system having difficulties getting Prime Blend stable.
You guys probably have all seen my current highest OC on air with Prime Small FFT stable screenshots but with the same settings, Prime Blend will immediately fail at Test#2 in less than two mins.


After I change NB Reference voltage from x61 to x67 and the rest of the remaining configuration left the same, I can immediately Prime Blend stable for several loops.
So now out of curiousity, I say why not try the x8 multiplier route again for maximum RAM OC using 4:5 divider. Keeping the same current CPU clock speed.


So...I was WRONG about the instability using x8 multimplier to OC the CPU w/ P5K-Dlx. Now I really gotta thank my P5K-Dlx for what it can deliver....I'm 100% SOLD !


30mins + and counting (I really have a good feeling about this cos I was having tough luck even at FSB460*8 and not even Prime-able for a couple mins); next goal: FSB470 & DDR2-1175 !





Still using the same Vcore, I'm afraid I'll have to bump the Vcore by one notch.
But nevertheless, the mobo is completely happy with the Q6600 G0 at FSB470 and this is something that was not possible

    
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good 4 u dude... now you are going to have to run 3D again after ur RAM is stable at such high OCs...

BTW, for 3d's sake again, what is your GTS clocked at?
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question, how high can you get that NB voltage or how do you know your to far? Temp? computer resetting? Or will it just break
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good 4 u dude... now you are going to have to run 3D again after ur RAM is stable at such high OCs...

BTW, for 3d's sake again, what is your GTS clocked at?
Thx
Yep I'll try 3D Mark SM2.0/3.0 and CPU bench again later but you know whatever the scores are will not be the final best scores. After I do a clean instal Vista x64 and a mature Vista x64 Nvidia driver, I should see my scores increase slightly

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question, how high can you get that NB voltage or how do you know your to far? Temp? computer resetting? Or will it just break
You can max it out if you want but then active cooling is recommanded over the chipset heatsink(s). It's really hard to tell whether it'll break at max volt or not. You just have to know what you're doing and nothing too extreme for an extensive period of time.
    
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I really can't wait to get my quad
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what is the real core temp on load?
the one speedfan gives you, or the one coretemp does?
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FSB468*8 - 3744mhz DDR2-1170 5-5-4-7-3-30-3-3-8
http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=2575993

Nice improvement over FSB416*9 - 3744mhz DDR2-1040 5-5-4-7-3-30-3-3-8
Same clock speed (CPU Mark was 5366)


8800GTS 320mb OC'ed to 620/920 Core/Mem respectively.
    
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