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How far should I be able to take my friend's e4500? It has a multi of 11 and he has a tuniq.
    
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Not 100% positive on this, but I believe you can't change the FSB multi for Intel mobos. I think that's an AMD-only thing. What was the reason you wanted to do that?
If I remember correctly, on amd boards you are supposed to stay as close to 1000mhz on the fsb as possible. Also, I thought this board is rated for 1333mhz (or somewhere around there).
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How far should I be able to take my friend's e4500? It has a multi of 11 and he has a tuniq.
With a tuniq pretty far... the only stopper is going to be heat on that processor since it's got such a high multi, so with a decent hsf I'd say at least 3.6ghz. Unless it's just a bad chip, which happens sometimes.
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If I remember correctly, on amd boards you are supposed to stay as close to 1000mhz on the fsb as possible. Also, I thought this board is rated for 1333mhz (or somewhere around there).
Ah, yeah there's not really a "stay close to this FSB" for intel mobos. The board is rated for 1333 FSB, you're right about that, but that doesn't mean you can't go faster... Usually ram and the capabilities of the motherboard itself is the only limitation for Intel boards.
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Well alright then. Thanks.
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Just got mine in, how do I go about running and ide hd? There is only one ide thing on the mobo and I already hooked my dvd drives up to it.
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Starting with ICH8 Intel stopped supporting the IDE interface, so motherboard manufacturers have had to add their own controller in... typically they just add one slot.

If I were you, I would hook up only one of your DVD drives and the hard drive on the IDE channel you have, and then get a SATA DVD drive to replace the other one. Either that or pick up a cheapo IDE Raid card (could get one for ~$30), and that'd give you another two channels (4 drives) to plug into.
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Alright that sucks, its just an old 15gb hd I keep my music on, looks like ill be buying a new one LOL. REP+
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Update to my OC post:
Lowered my vcore from 1.4v back to stock @1.35v. Temps @ full load dropped from 60c to 50c. Still 3.0ghz, 333fsb. Stable.
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Has anyone got this board to overclock with a Q6600? It is giving me problems with overclocking...it doesn't like anything I do and sometimes it spontaneously works but if I shut down, it stops working. What bios revision do you guys have? Do you guys have any advice? I made my FSB 400 mhz with 8 multiplier since my ram is 800 mhz. Voltage went up to 1.425V. It ran stable until I shut down, after which it reset to default. Thanks!
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TheGuac... I've not had any experience with the Q6600, so you might want to start your own thread regarding that, but I do have a few pointers for you.

First, raise the FSB slowly, from stock speeds on up, in 10mhz intervals. This will allow you to pinpoint problems you're having and what you need to do to remedy them.

Secondly, set the voltage on your own. Don't use the "auto-voltage", because it can set it higher than you want, and it may cause stability problems. It's best if you raise the vcore as needed as you're upping the FSB.

Also, what exactly were the problems you've been having? From what you said, I see that you successfully got a 3.2ghz overclock on your Q6600 on 1.425v. Have you checked your temperatures on that run?
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