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What are the settings for prime95 to run a test for say, 6hrs? I can't seem to figure it out? Looks like I topped out at 3.75 and 3dmark of 8213. After I check stability with prime95, I'll post verification.

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Hey guys, whenever I enable manual FSB setting in the M.I.T., my OS will not boot... The system restarts with it disabled. This happens with any FSB setting... Even the default FSB of 333MHz. I'm not sure why this happens, but I've tried clearing the CMOS and it still happens. I had overclocked successfully before (see early pages of this thread) to 400MHz, but now I don't seem to be able to do anything. What could be causing this?
Someone else had this problem and posted somewhere in this thread... I believe a reset to defaults in the BIOS fixed the problem, so give that a try and report back.
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Originally Posted by dralb View Post
Just an update:

After installing by BT, my temps went way down (duh) and that includes the temp2 in speedfan. I am now stressing 410*8 with vcore set to 1.33 in BIOS (1.26 in cpuz/spdfn). I am only doing small ftt's and using one stick of RAM (have some new sticks coming), but all my temps look good.

I am pretty sure that temp2 was cpu temp and just running high. I followed tom's guide on calibration and it looks better.
Thanks for the update. I'm still a little confused about what Temp2 is because I have my various hard drives, Temp1, Temp2, Temp3, Core0, and Core1 in my speedfan... I'd be really curious as to what Temp2 really is. Actually all of them... maybe I'll start a new thread about it.

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Originally Posted by losttsol View Post
Does anyone know if the Gigabyte P35-DS3L will support my RAM?

OCZ Platinum Revision 2 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400)

I don't see it listed.
I've not seen a PC-6400 stick of memory that this board does not like, so I'd say you're pretty safe even though it's not on the compatibility list. With 1066mhz memory you might take more of a risk, but I'd be willing to take a bet that 99.5% of all 800mhz memory will be compatible.
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Originally Posted by SgtSpike View Post
Wow, lots of new questions.

Try increasing your FSB AND MCH voltages by +.2v, and give your processor 1.4v. Also, what memory do you have? You should list that in your system specs. That may need more voltage as well... try +.2v on that at least.

THEN, when you have those voltages set, start at 330FSB, make sure it'll boot to Windows, then increase by 10mhz (to 340FSB), and so on. Don't just jump up to a particular setting if you're having trouble. Give that a try and report back.
Eh..sorry for the ton of new question ha

Code:
        FSB 330
MCH Voltage +.2v
      VCore 1.425v
Ram Voltage +.2v
        FSB 340
MCH Voltage +.2v
      VCore 1.425
Ram Voltage +.2v
When I tried the 340 FSB, a BSOD Flashed and the comp rebooted, I assume
I would need to up the voltage if I want to do 340? Dont want to burn anything. Also, CPUZ says my core voltage is 1.392...
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Eh..sorry for the ton of new question ha

Code:
        FSB 330
MCH Voltage +.2v
      VCore 1.425v
Ram Voltage +.2v
        FSB 340
MCH Voltage +.2v
      VCore 1.425
Ram Voltage +.2v
When I tried the 340 FSB, a BSOD Flashed and the comp rebooted, I assume
I would need to up the voltage if I want to do 340? Dont want to burn anything. Also, CPUZ says my core voltage is 1.392...
Drop your memory multiplier down to 2.00. And what kind of memory do you have? It might need more voltage as well...
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I am upgrading from an Athlon 2400 with 1 GB of ram and a X300 video card just to play CoD4. This is the ONLY game I play. I found out that this system will NOT run the game. I don't do much other than play this game and do some surfing. I started doing some research to upgrade but don't want to spend a fortune to play one game but realize my box will be faster just the same with an upgrade. I have decided to go back to Intel (last Intel chip was a 120 MHZ lol) due to better performance these days. I will be putting a E2160 on the DS3L (just too many good things being said about this budget OC'er to pass up) with Corsair XMS 6400C5 2 GB ram and a xfx 8600GT.
It would appear that I should be able to get this to at least 2.6 from what I have read at "the egg" and other sites. I haven't bothered to overclock since the old k6 2 450 days so I look forward to the tutaledge here.

Am I on the right track here gang? Looking to get from Santy (ok the wife and kids) in a few weeks, if this is a decent rig and YES budget is an issue. I feel like with this board I can always go to the E6XXX next summer. Thanks!
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i just bought a new computer and are waiting for the parts to ship in anyway when they gte here i was wondering if it would be okay to OC to 3.00Ghz i know its small condersing it already 2.66Ghz but i dont really want to get a new cooler so i was just wondering if anyone had tried or would have ideas thanks
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I am upgrading from an Athlon 2400 with 1 GB of ram and a X300 video card just to play CoD4. This is the ONLY game I play. I found out that this system will NOT run the game. I don't do much other than play this game and do some surfing. I started doing some research to upgrade but don't want to spend a fortune to play one game but realize my box will be faster just the same with an upgrade. I have decided to go back to Intel (last Intel chip was a 120 MHZ lol) due to better performance these days. I will be putting a E2160 on the DS3L (just too many good things being said about this budget OC'er to pass up) with Corsair XMS 6400C5 2 GB ram and a xfx 8600GT.
It would appear that I should be able to get this to at least 2.6 from what I have read at "the egg" and other sites. I haven't bothered to overclock since the old k6 2 450 days so I look forward to the tutaledge here.

Am I on the right track here gang? Looking to get from Santy (ok the wife and kids) in a few weeks, if this is a decent rig and YES budget is an issue. I feel like with this board I can always go to the E6XXX next summer. Thanks!
Sounds excellent! If you can afford it, I would recommend the 8800GT over the 8600GT, as it'll offer MUCH better performance, but even the 8600GT will be a huge step over your x300.

You should be able to get at least 2.6-2.8ghz on the stock cooler for that E2160, up to 3.6ghz on an aftermarket cooler if you want to look into that as well.
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i just bought a new computer and are waiting for the parts to ship in anyway when they gte here i was wondering if it would be okay to OC to 3.00Ghz i know its small condersing it already 2.66Ghz but i dont really want to get a new cooler so i was just wondering if anyone had tried or would have ideas thanks
3.0ghz should be easily attainable, even on the stock cooler. If you go much higher than that you'll have to look in to an aftermarket cooler, but you can always add that later anyway.
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Just finished assembing a rig last night using this board & Q6600, booted up & looked around the bios somewhat but was getting late, so tonight OS, & a bios flash. Anything I need to know for the flash, I'm going to use Q-flash & a usb thumb drive. Current bios is F5, I see there is a F6, unless there is a reason not to, will flash to the F6, never had a problem with bios flash before, but it always makes me nervous.
    
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I have flashed with Q-Flash from a USB stick multiple times without any problems, so I think you should be OK. I also haven't had any problems with the F6 BIOS, so you should have the green light to go ahead with that
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I have flashed with Q-Flash from a USB stick multiple times without any problems, so I think you should be OK. I also haven't had any problems with the F6 BIOS, so you should have the green light to go ahead with that
Curious if you used the usb stick before OS install or after, I'm thinking I'll do OS install & then flash bios.
    
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