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And i forgot why i was here...

I am actually looking for a backplate for the D3SL. I bought an open box from newegg and figured it would be missing sata cables, manual and software but of course its missing the one thing i don't have. Still not a bad deal for 65 bucks shipped...

Anyone if anyone has an extra that i could buy or direct me to where i can purchase one please PM me or post here. (Will check every once in a while.)

Thanks
Hmm, I don't know of any socket 775 boards that come with backplates actually. The last board I've seen that came with a backplate was an AMD powered socket 939 board. Although...I can never figure out just WHY manufacturers wouldn't supply them.
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Hmm, I don't know of any socket 775 boards that come with backplates actually. The last board I've seen that came with a backplate was an AMD powered socket 939 board. Although...I can never figure out just WHY manufacturers wouldn't supply them.
I think i might have used the wrong word... im looking for the SHIELD that closes the openings between the connections. Motherboard I/O shield is the name now that i think of it?
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I have almost the same exact setup as you (with the exception that I'm using an Arctic Freezer 7 HSF & 4GB of RAM (Geil Ultra, 5-5-5-15), but I'm able to get to 3.003GHz (273fsb), Orthos stable +9 hrs.

I actually set my Vcore to 1.35v then dropped down the voltage one level at a time & eventually got it back to stock voltage stable (1.325v stock). The only voltage I increased was the DDR voltage (+0.4) because my RAM's optimal is at 2.2v (even though 1.8+0.4=2.2 but only shows as 2.06v under load, what the heck is that about?)

I'm thinking your E4500 didn't come from a good batch OR you missed a setting in your BIOS.

Did you turn these off?

* CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)
* CPU Thermal Monitor (TM2)
* CPU EIST Function (SpeedStep)
* CPU Smart FAN Control
* Change all the 'performance enhance' and 'vga booster' functions to their standard/disabled/auto settings.
It's good to know that you almost have the same set up as mine. I was also wondering if my PSU was strong enough to bring my cpu up to around 3.2 ghz

My vcore is a bit low. Under load, vdrop kicks in even more dropping the volt to around 1.29.

Is it safe to OC my cpu to 3.2 ghz on my psu?
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It's good to know that you almost have the same set up as mine. I was also wondering if my PSU was strong enough to bring my cpu up to around 3.2 ghz

My vcore is a bit low. Under load, vdrop kicks in even more dropping the volt to around 1.29.

Is it safe to OC my cpu to 3.2 ghz on my psu?
Yep should be more than enough. Check this out if you ever want to get a pretty accurate ESTIMATE of your rigs power consumption:

http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp

Hope that helps
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Yep should be more than enough. Check this out if you ever want to get a pretty accurate ESTIMATE of your rigs power consumption:

http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp

Hope that helps
Thank you very much for the website. It's really helpful.

With the stuff I have, I can probably push my cpu to about 3.4 or 3.5 ghz

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Thank you very much for the website. It's really helpful.

With the stuff I have, I can probably push my cpu to about 3.4 or 3.5 ghz

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i got 3.2 on my psu , stable

temps brought me back down though
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so...can anyone enlighten me as to how to lock my ram @ 800mhz while raising my FSB on this board?
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Homestyle -

Thanks for your help, I lowered the SPD and I have now got the CPU at 3.00GHz per core so it obveously wasn't the processor that was stopping it from booting it must have been the ram which is strange because i bourght this ram 2GB G.Skill PC-6400 HK series (4-4-3-5) because of its overclocking potential, its meant to go upto and beyond 1000MHz. Ive got it running at 2.1V and set the timming manually to 4-4-3-5, do you think i should add 0.1v more or alter the timmings and see if it will go higher ? What do you think ?

I would not increase timings to increase the speed of the ram or increase the volts above spec. Increasing volts may be fine, but I would first check with other people with that ram. Some ram's fine at 0.1 above spec... others are not. Increasing timings to increase the speed could make the ram slower.

You can probably try 2 things here.

1. You can keep the timings and volts the way it is and try changing the SPD multi to 2.5, to have the ram running at 833. But benches show that there's hardly any gain from running your ram above the system FSB.

2. You could keep the speed and volts the same and try tightening the timing of them ra.. which is what I would do. First try 3-4-3-5. The first ram latency has the biggest effect on the ram speed.

But why don't you try moving the FSB higher? Increase the CPU speed... that'll give you the fastest improvement in your system.
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Well, I'm home and trying to figure out whats hindering my overclock...unfortunately I'm now leaning towards it being my e8400

I just ran an hour of orthos just to see if anything could last more than a few minutes.

I ran the test @ these settings:

CPU @ 450x8 = 3.6ghz @ 1.3v
RAM @ 1:1 = 900mhz @ 5-5-5-15 timings @ 2.2v

I then tried keeping everything the same and upping the multiplier to 9.
First try - automatic reboot before windows
Second try @ 1.325 vCore - same thing
3rd try @ 1.35 vCore - got into windows and ran orthos, failed @ 5 minutes
4th try @ 1.4 vCore - got into windows and ran orthos, failed @ 10 minutes

I'm not going any higher with the voltage even though my temps haven't gone higher than 55 celsius.

1. because i don't want to fry a brand new chip and 3.6ghz is pretty damn fast as it is
2. because my temps look very funky (core1 and core2 are off by about 10 degrees) (yes im aware of all the issues with this cpu's temp reporting issues)

Kind of stinks because I upgraded to this e8400 from a e2180 that could goto 3.33ghz no problem - I even got it to post @ 3.6 and benchmark in 3dmark

So now i've got a 200 dollar cpu that gets just 266mhz faster than a 80 dollar one :/ I'll probably keep it though since my main cause for upgrading was to get higher FPS in tf2 - and I think the 6mb cache helps TF2 because ive noticed about a 40-50% increase in my average framerate even though nothing else in my system changed.

So from what I've given for speeds / voltages - do you all think my e8400 is just not going to get above 3.6ghz?

I haven't had the opportunity to test enough systems to know for sure but...even though my ram was stable @900mhz for an hour, doesn't upping the cpu clock but keeping the ram speed the same increase the communication speed between the ram and cpu enough to maybe cause it to fail when in fact it is the ram not the cpu?

Sorry if this is mumble jumble - tried to be as clear as I could.
Wow. I thought even the bad E8400 chips could do 4.0 with no problems.... what are other people getting with this chip?

Try going to 420 x 9... then 430 x 9.... then 440 x 9.... then 450 x 9.

Also, try changing the Performance Enhance option (I don't remember the exact name)... the options are standard, turbo, and extreme...

Oddly, I'm stable at the turbo settings. I read an article somewhere that said the standard setting gave the fastest performance.
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Standard gives you the best stability.
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