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rcf22 - E6750 @ 3.2GHz, 400FSB, 1.35 VCore

I'm waiting to get some new fans, then I will see if my temps improve enough to let me keep going. I hope to pick up an AC Freezer7 Pro soon to really hold down my temps, then the sky should be the limit
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post #192 of 4644
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I hope to pick up an AC Freezer7 Pro soon to really hold down my temps
I have that cooler. You won't beleive the difference. All I could get before was 3.4Ghz and running very hot. The guys on here directed me towards the AC and I was able to hit 4.0Ghz and drop my CPU temp 20C.
post #193 of 4644
Thanks for the info. I was contemplating it, but now I will certainly get it =)

btw Stan, what app are you using to OC your 8500GT. And is your fan on that pretty loud?
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post #194 of 4644
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Thanks for the info. I was contemplating it, but now I will certainly get it =)

btw Stan, what app are you using to OC your 8500GT. And is your fan on that pretty loud?
I'm using ATITool 0.26. I am OCing it 20%, probably could go more, but she gets pretty dang hot.

Fan. Loud? My rig sounds like a vacuum cleaner, so I can't really tell. I've got 2 80mm in the case. 1 120mm in the front of the case. 1 120mm in the PSU. and 1 80mm on the CPU cooler.
post #195 of 4644
Is there a trick to letting me change the v core on this board? It'll change in the bios, but when I get into CPU-z it still says 1.2 Volts which is stock. It seems I have hit the wall on stock voltage at 3.1 GHz, but I'm not complaining. That is pretty high I think coming from 2.4GHz.
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Is there a trick to letting me change the v core on this board? It'll change in the bios, but when I get into CPU-z it still says 1.2 Volts which is stock. It seems I have hit the wall on stock voltage at 3.1 GHz, but I'm not complaining. That is pretty high I think coming from 2.4GHz.
I have to set mine @ 1.4625v in the bios, even though I'm shooting for 1.4v. In CPU-Z or SpeedFan, it usually reads 1.41v at idle and 1.39v under load. Just set it a little higher in the bios. I've read that this board has a big vdroop, once the OS system loads.
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Ok, thanks. I've been trying 1.25v with no luck. I didn't want to up it quite that high, but I'll try 1.3 and see what happens.
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Ok, thanks. I've been trying 1.25v with no luck. I didn't want to up it quite that high, but I'll try 1.3 and see what happens.
Stock voltage for your processor is 1.35v anyhow.
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Hey guys.. I've decided to hold off a little and wait for the E8400, which hopefully is actually in supply by January, but now I've got another question. Is there anyway of knowing what bios this motherboard is going to ship with, and if it will support the E8400 without being flashed? It stands to complicate my upgrade if I have to figure out a way to flash my motherboard before installing the CPU, I don't exactly have a 65nm C2D just laying around, waiting to be thrown in for the sake of upgrading the bios.

Advice?
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My board shipped with the F3 bios about two months ago. I was slightly surprised to see this. If nothing else, you could order an E2140 and then RMA it? I know it's not the ideal option, but maybe it's the only one you have.
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