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So Far.....

Running : 3.8ghz, 475 FSB (@ +.1v)(mch +.1v), memory @ 950....Stable....

want to pump my fsb up to 500 so memory will hit 1000...
(or more..if i am able)

-this is all air cooled...I do have excellent cooling tho...
2X 120mm fans 1in 1out, plus a 250mm fan on side going in...

want to pump it up some more...worried about overheating something...
mabe my northbridge...(not sure how to tell what temp its at)

Any suggestions???

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So Far.....

Running : 3.8ghz, 475 FSB (@ +.1v)(mch +.1v), memory @ 950....Stable....

want to pump my fsb up to 500 so memory will hit 1000...
(or more..if i am able)

-this is all air cooled...I do have excellent cooling tho...
2X 120mm fans 1in 1out, plus a 250mm fan on side going in...

want to pump it up some more...worried about overheating something...
mabe my northbridge...(not sure how to tell what temp its at)

Any suggestions???

Aloha
Looks like you might have reached the limit on air. Anyway, that is a pretty good OC. I have used Asus boards on my last 3 builds and this is my first try with Gigabyte and I love this board so far.
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Hi peps i'm new to this whole oc thing, i've got the gigabyte GA-P31-DS3L mobo but the prob i have with it is that every program that reads the chipset says it's a p35 chipset, southbridge ICH7/R really confused if ya could shed some light on it that would be great

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e4500 2.2Ghz @ 3.33Ghz, 333mhz 1:1 5-5-5-15 2t
hynix mem ddr2 667 (yuck)
stock HSF, twin front 120mm, 80mm side, 120mm rear fans
Asus 8600gt stock
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Originally Posted by RunFast View Post
So Far.....

Running : 3.8ghz, 475 FSB (@ +.1v)(mch +.1v), memory @ 950....Stable....

want to pump my fsb up to 500 so memory will hit 1000...
(or more..if i am able)

-this is all air cooled...I do have excellent cooling tho...
2X 120mm fans 1in 1out, plus a 250mm fan on side going in...

want to pump it up some more...worried about overheating something...
mabe my northbridge...(not sure how to tell what temp its at)

Any suggestions???

Aloha
Hmmm, I wouldn't take it up much higher than that for 24/7 use. If you want to just make a run for as high as you can, just open your case and put a big box fan in front of it. Trust me, it helps.

And speedfan shows me the temps of my NB/SB, so it should do the same for you. I believe anything below 50c is generally ok for those chipsets.
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Hi peps i'm new to this whole oc thing, i've got the gigabyte GA-P31-DS3L mobo but the prob i have with it is that every program that reads the chipset says it's a p35 chipset, southbridge ICH7/R really confused if ya could shed some light on it that would be great

ga-p31-ds3l mobo
e4500 2.2Ghz @ 3.33Ghz, 333mhz 1:1 5-5-5-15 2t
hynix mem ddr2 667 (yuck)
stock HSF, twin front 120mm, 80mm side, 120mm rear fans
Asus 8600gt stock
Found this quote here:
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Now I'm sure you're wondering why there is a price difference between the P35 and P31 Express chipsets. The main differences are what the P31 is limited to, and that includes a maximum of just 4GB of total system memory, DDR2 memory speeds capped at 800 MHz, and according to Intel, FSB limited to 800M/1066MHz.

The biggest difference between P35 and P31 chipsets really has nothing to do with the Northbridge actually, it's what Southbridge is bundled. The Intel P35 Express comes with the modern ICH9 variant, while the Intel P31 Express uses ICH7. That means a motherboard with a P31 Express would only have four Serial ATA II channels, possibly no or basic RAID features and eight USB 2.0 slots at most.
The P31 is just the P35 chipset with limitations... it's almost the same thing, so that's likely why it is being read as a P35 chipset by various softwares.
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So I had my q6600 overclocked, memory at default speed and timings, pci-e

set to 100 and it was running fine at 3.0ghz, and would fail stress testing at'

3.6ghz - but now...
I cannot even raise the fsb to 267 (from 266) I have updated BIOS to f8a,

tried using auto memory timings (my memory takes +.4v =2.2v), I can leave

everything on auto (pci-e freq, voltages, etc) I have the reduce core clock

features turned off, but when I raise the fsb at all the computer restarts starts

to post, but restarts and resets itself during memory testing
- I don't know

how it could be a memory problem though when I have tried default memory

settings and auto.... my computer has been like this ever since I came

back to college ( I built it over winter break and overclocked it on the last

night before I came back, but like I said it wasn't running at 3.6 so I went

back to defaults temporarily)

any help would be greatly appreciated, I just am dumbfounded as to why

ever since I came back to college I can't overclock, nothing changed!

I tried using a pair of ddr2 800 corsair xms2 5-5-5-12 but no luck, so maybe
PSU?!?
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OK guys, this is driving me crazy. My current OC is 445x9 @4005Mhz with 1.4v;
memory @5 5 5 15 890mhz +.2v, NB +.3
I cannot seem to go beyond this. I should be able to hit much higher clock, especially with watercooling but something is holding me back. My memory is compatible according to Gig support, but, do you think upgrading to DDR2 1066 will improve my OC? BTW, my memory checks out fine on memtest and I know my PSU is up to par.
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OK guys, this is driving me crazy. My current OC is 445x9 @4005Mhz with 1.4v;
memory @5 5 5 15 890mhz +.2v, NB +.3
I cannot seem to go beyond this. I should be able to hit much higher clock, especially with watercooling but something is holding me back. My memory is compatible according to Gig support, but, do you think upgrading to DDR2 1066 will improve my OC? BTW, my memory checks out fine on memtest and I know my PSU is up to par.
Try loosening your RAM timings a little. 1066MHz would probably be a good idea though if you're going past 900MHz. That RAM should do that, but it might be heating up too much as well.
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Try loosening your RAM timings a little. 1066MHz would probably be a good idea though if you're going past 900MHz. That RAM should do that, but it might be heating up too much as well.
By loosening the timings, what would you recommend. Memory timings is where my brain turns to jello.
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What do you guys think about this stuff . Probably looking at buying in a few weeks just want to verify a few things. Do i get 2 Thermalright HR-05/IFX Chipset Cooler - Retail heatsinks 1 for the NB and 1 for the SB . One of them gets pretty hot maybe both arent necessary. i think its the NB that gets hotter.

Also what about this zalman vf1000 for my 8600

Ill probably go with some kind of ram cooler and ive also looked at this ultra 4 fan controller thinking of putting that on my desk somewhere and not actually installing it in the case it seems to be the only one i find that is simple and also enclosed . anyway help me out with the coolers thanks
I went ahead and ordered a HR-05/IFX with a decent 80mmx25mm fan today for the NB. I'll report my findings soon as it comes in with my new ZEROtherm Nirvana.
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