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I wouldn't worry about flashing to a beta bios if you're getting your rig up and running. The F7 covered your chip.
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post #1112 of 4644
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Originally Posted by c230k View Post
I highly doubt the Q6600 can reach 500 fsb...
You should try 400 fsb instead and see if it stables.
What would that have to do with anything? The NB controls the FSB and then goes through the multiplier on the chip. Whether it's 9x333 or 6x500, it's still 3.0GHz, which I know for a fact the Q6600 can handle.

EDIT: And I've seen 500FSB+ on the quads before.
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has anyone taken off the NB/SB heatsinks successfully? i wanna put my arctic silver paste so that it can cool better.
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I wouldn't worry about flashing to a beta bios if you're getting your rig up and running. The F7 covered your chip.
Then why does it say...

Download from ...F8a2007/12/06

1. Beta Bios
2. Support Intel 45nm Wolfdale E8xxx series CPU

Download from ...F72007/11/29

1. Fix: Some of 1000 GB (1TB) HDDs will be detected size error.

Download from ...F62007/11/05

1. Fix PS2 keyboard compatibility issue
2. Support Intel 45nm Yorkfield CPU


I'm guessing if anything F6 might be what lets it run... but anyway, I'm loading windows right now. I'll have to figure out what to do about the F8 bios thing later. If that's the beta version when will they be coming out with the legit F8 bios?
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post #1115 of 4644
Sorry, I thought the F7 covered all 45nm processors. My mistake.
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post #1116 of 4644
can this board even hit the 500+ FSB mark?
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post #1117 of 4644
It should. I remember reading previews on the P35's hitting 500FSB with ease.
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in order to reach the 500+ mark with a E2XX0, what needs to be upped, in terms of voltage?
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Sorry, I thought the F7 covered all 45nm processors. My mistake.
Well I've loaded windows and everything and it correctly identifies my cpu speed ram and everything in bios and in windows... could I be doing any harm running this cpu on a bios that doesn't support it? what could it do?
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I don't think it will hurt it as long as your temps look good.
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