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Hi all, thought I'd give you an update. By pushing the voltage all the way up to 1.51875 in bios (1.488 cpuz/1.456 load) I managed to push to 3GHz. So right now I'm running at 9x333 and 1/1. I do have a couple of quick questions though.
-Can I safely push the bios voltage past 1.5, so that the cpuz non load voltage is at 1.5 to try to push further?
-Can anyone think of any way for me to push my cpu a little higher without so much VC? (NP2H mentioned that he thought my memory was holding me back, they're DHN9Ls by crucial, running stock volts / timings 5-5-5-15, is that really the possible answer here? They're one pass of memtest stabe, I'll have to run it more later)
-Is there a way for me to change the command rate on the RAM on this board?

Thanks!
Yes. keep it under 1.5

I think there is a differnt reason you cannot get to 3ghz, I have and most everyone has gotten their 2180 to 3ghz with stock if not close to stock voltage for me it was 1.34V

I dunno the last one, sorry
    
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quick question


would occupying all of the ram slots with ram hinder an overclock?

i currently have all the ram slots occupied with 2x4gb g.skills to make a total of 8gb
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Guys help! My mobo (P35-DS3L) won't make any changes I make on the BIOS! I'm trying to overclock and everything was going allright. I was stable at 2.7GHz. Then tried to go higher and last thing I did before it wouldn't make any changes was raise the CPU voltage to 1.5V...

I've tried with C1E, EIST and SmartFAN all turned on and I've tried turned off and nothing.
1. Clear CMOS and start over at your last stable settings.
2. Try flashing to the latest BIOS, F8b.

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Just wondering for anyone who updated to F8b bios with E8400, are you guys getting the correct temperature reading or is it still off?
Shouldn't change the readings, temp software reads directly from the DTS on the chip. The temperature reads are going to be screwy permanently. The trick is going to be to figure out what a given reading actually means in the real world.

Generally speaking, I believe Coretemp and HW Monitor tend to read high, especially at idle.
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quick question


would occupying all of the ram slots with ram hinder an overclock?

i currently have all the ram slots occupied with 2x4gb g.skills to make a total of 8gb
Post that again in compliance with the rules of the forum and someone may answer it.
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quick question


would occupying all of the ram slots with ram hinder an overclock?

i currently have all the ram slots occupied with 2x4gb g.skills to make a total of 8gb
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1. Clear CMOS and start over at your last stable settings.
2. Try flashing to the latest BIOS, F8b.

Thanks! I cleared the CMOS and I'm off OC'ing again thanks!

Right now I'm checking stability @ 3.0GHz

BTW, how do you know when to stop OC'ing?

Loving this mobo!
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when the temps are high or when you get past 1.5v
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Well I reached 1.5 and couldn't raise it more than 3.1GHz... That's great though I'm happy with 3.0GHz even.

Hey now, I set the RAM timings on the BIOS to "Auto" and currently they're at 5-6-6-19 @ 804MHz (SPD=2.4)

Can I manually set the timings to 4-4-4-12?? Would it hurt the RAM?
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Nah, but it could cause instability in your overclock. Every component has to be stable for your OC to be stable. Tightening the timings won't hurt the RAM, but it might cause errors because the MCH can't keep up or what have you. Still, Ballistix ought to be able to run @804 4-4-4-12.
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Ok thanks. Ok so I'm runnning ORTHOS at 3.0GHz with RAM timings manually set to 4-4-4-12, haven't had problems yet. I'm gonna keep running ORTHOS for about 1-2 hours and see what I get.

BTW is 1.45625V on the E2160 too high to be running at 3.0GHz??

THanks a lot Schroedinger
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