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This is what I got so far. E8400 stable at 3.6ghz on stock vcore. I have the memory linked 1:1 like everybody says but it changes the timings from the stock specs of 4-4-4-12 for my Crucial 6400 Ballistix. Core Voltage is at 1.216v.

Gotta run orthos and see how it does. Seems very stable at 3.6ghz. If there's anything I should change let me know. Thanks
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Does this board, with a XEON CPU, support Intel's Virtualization Technology?

Nvm. I found out that it does!
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well i just put mine on order from the egg and paired it with an E2180 , i also sent a message to gigabyte to verify if the northbridge has a thermal sensor
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Hey guys, I'm having a problem getting my Q6600 to a stable 3.6ghz. Can you guys tell me your vcore, fsb overvolt, mch overvolt, and pci-e overvolt. Thanks!
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Well, when I first bought this board, I didn't plan on setting up a raid arraybut now I want to do it. How are PCI raid controllers compared to onboard controllers. If I can buy a good PCI raid controller I'll keep this board, otherwise, I'm looking at buying the DS3R. Can someone recommend a good raid controller?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jcharlesr75 View Post
I checked the voltages after i changed them in the bios. With the +.4v and a reboot, the voltage only went up to 2.0v. My memory works at 2.2v so i put it up a little more until it read close to where it should be(2.144v). Everything seems to be working fine so im not worried about it so far. I am aware of the vdroop problems and i am keeping that in mind as i change the voltages.
I'm seeing the same thing. I see it in the PC Health screen in BIOS. Should I stick with +.4 or get the health screen to read as close as possible to 2.2v?
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Originally Posted by toricred View Post
I'm seeing the same thing. I see it in the PC Health screen in BIOS. Should I stick with +.4 or get the health screen to read as close as possible to 2.2v?
You can use HWMonitor to check your actual DDRv.
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You can use HWMonitor to check your actual DDRv.
Mine reads 1.98v in hwmonitor with +.3v... with +.4v it's only up to 2.03v.... should I go +.5v or +.6v???

Well with +.6v it's at 2.18v-2.19v.. so I guess I'm leaving it there.
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Mine reads 1.98v in hwmonitor with +.3v... with +.4v it's only up to 2.03v.... should I go +.5v or +.6v???

Well with +.6v it's at 2.18v-2.19v.. so I guess I'm leaving it there.
mine at +.6 is at 2.26 in HWMoniter and its the only way i can get it stable so ive had it there for about 2 weeks and no problems
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I've been trying to keep it as close to, but just under 2.2v. Is it alright to go slightly above (i.e., 2.21v)? If I go to +.6, that's where I end up. I'm having some problems getting anything above 3.2 (9x355) stable.
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