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To all of the guys having the problem of your overclock settings going back to default on re-boot or start-up,

I posted this 10 or 12 pages back, but it probably got lost in the mix by now. That happens when these threads get this long and I noticed this issue is still happening to others again. Anyways, I was having the same problem. I'd OC. I test with Orthos, OCCT or Prime95 all night long and pass just fine. Then I'd power the system up the very next day and everything would go back to default again, every single time. It was driving me crazy. I did some Googling and found out that this was happening to others as well. The fix was a setting in the BIOS. Under the "Halt On" section, set it to "NO Errors". This completely fixed my problem and it has never done it since. It's been almost a month now and it's still working just fine. From what I was reading is that the system sees that the CPU is not running at the correct/specified speed and it's thinks that that is an error, so it stops the booting process and resets everything. I don't know if it will work for all of you, but it worked for me.

Also, my board was shipped with the F3 BIOS. I flashed to the F6 version and the problem still persisted until I changed that one setting, so I'm going to assume that it's not a BIOS version problem for any of you.
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im having a strange problem with XP install if i enable "Sata AHCI mode" and if i enable "SATA Port 0-1 Native Mode". Once i enable both of those i hit F6 and install the Matrix Intel Driver and choose ICH9 and windows setup still says it cant find a drive. Im using a seagate 400gb with NCQ enabled. (i can get it to work with AHCI mode disabled, but once i enable it i cant get it to work)

Anyone have any ideas?
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To all of the guys having the problem of your overclock settings going back to default on re-boot or start-up,

I posted this 10 or 12 pages back, but it probably got lost in the mix by now. That happens when these threads get this long and I noticed this issue is still happening to others again. Anyways, I was having the same problem. I'd OC. I test with Orthos, OCCT or Prime95 all night long and pass just fine. Then I'd power the system up the very next day and everything would go back to default again, every single time. It was driving me crazy. I did some Googling and found out that this was happening to others as well. The fix was a setting in the BIOS. Under the "Halt On" section, set it to "NO Errors". This completely fixed my problem and it has never done it since. It's been almost a month now and it's still working just fine. From what I was reading is that the system sees that the CPU is not running at the correct/specified speed and it's thinks that that is an error, so it stops the booting process and resets everything. I don't know if it will work for all of you, but it worked for me.

Also, my board was shipped with the F3 BIOS. I flashed to the F6 version and the problem still persisted until I changed that one setting, so I'm going to assume that it's not a BIOS version problem for any of you.

Thanks for the info, I'll give it a shot. The only other issue I am having is that when I power off from XP, it restarts the PC every time. I have to hit the manual power switch at the right moment to actuall power the PC down. I hope this fixes that as well (somehow, lol)
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im having a strange problem with XP install if i enable "Sata AHCI mode" and if i enable "SATA Port 0-1 Native Mode". Once i enable both of those i hit F6 and install the Matrix Intel Driver and choose ICH9 and windows setup still says it cant find a drive. Im using a seagate 400gb with NCQ enabled. (i can get it to work with AHCI mode disabled, but once i enable it i cant get it to work)

Anyone have any ideas?
Google it.

And out of curiousity, why do you even want to use AHCI?
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Nope, but it might be possible. You just will probably be getting into the upper 60's with the stock cooler though. I believe the 2180's are good to 71c, so that'd still be ok. Not optimal for sure.
Newbe here .

Hi Spike and man03999,

I got the E2180 to 3GHz (10x300) at stock voltage (Auto) with the stock cooler. I still didn’t buy any "good" cooler. I got the CPU up to 82oC by the way before crashing.

Somehow the system seems to be more stable at higher FSB speeds, so I lowered multiplier to 8 and threw a 417MHz bus speed on it (1666MHz FSB now ), giving me a 3.33GHz CPU WITH stock cooling and the BIOS voltage set on 1.4375, that is actually more 1.3900 volts.

Before I could not get it stable, but by rising the FSB and lowering the multiplier I gained, some of you won’t believe it, a 3oC lower temperature even AFTER raising the voltage to 1.39 volts.

Any way, what CPU cooler do you recommend? I thought about one that blows down on the CPU, Northbridge and VR, and has a fan that will last many ours or has a fan that be replaced with an other 12cm (or so) fan.
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im having a strange problem with XP install if i enable "Sata AHCI mode" and if i enable "SATA Port 0-1 Native Mode". Once i enable both of those i hit F6 and install the Matrix Intel Driver and choose ICH9 and windows setup still says it cant find a drive. Im using a seagate 400gb with NCQ enabled. (i can get it to work with AHCI mode disabled, but once i enable it i cant get it to work)

Anyone have any ideas?
AHCI is ONLY for Vista, it’s in your user manual .
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11,269 Mark score using this board a e6550 @ 3.18 Ghz (7X455) =D <3 this mobo.
    
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Newbe here .

Hi Spike and man03999,

I got the E2180 to 3GHz (10x300) at stock voltage (Auto) with the stock cooler. I still didn’t buy any "good" cooler. I got the CPU up to 82oC by the way before crashing.

Somehow the system seems to be more stable at higher FSB speeds, so I lowered multiplier to 8 and threw a 417MHz bus speed on it (1666MHz FSB now ), giving me a 3.33GHz CPU WITH stock cooling and the BIOS voltage set on 1.4375, that is actually more 1.3900 volts.

Before I could not get it stable, but by rising the FSB and lowering the multiplier I gained, some of you won’t believe it, a 3oC lower temperature even AFTER raising the voltage to 1.39 volts.

Any way, what CPU cooler do you recommend? I thought about one that blows down on the CPU, Northbridge and VR, and has a fan that will last many ours or has a fan that be replaced with an other 12cm (or so) fan.
82c?? If I were you, I wouldn't let that thing get over 60c. You could burn that CPU up real quick running it at those temperatures.... but it is your choice.

I have heard that higher multi's do tend to generate more heat, and lower mutli's tend to OC better, so that's probably why you're getting those results.

Definitely get a new CPU cooler though. The Tuniq Tower 120 is probably the best cooler you can get, but there's a ton of them out there. Look on www.newegg.com at reviews and you should be able to find a few decent ones. Then post back with those and we'll tell you what's probably the best one to go with. :Thumb:
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82c?? If I were you, I wouldn't let that thing get over 60c. You could burn that CPU up real quick running it at those temperatures.... but it is your choice.

I have heard that higher multi's do tend to generate more heat, and lower mutli's tend to OC better, so that's probably why you're getting those results.
Ow wait, I think I wasn’t clear, on full load with prime95 I get 71oC with a room temperature at 24oC. I just tried how much it could handle, e.g. 3.5GHz and stock cooling and that resulted in 82oC.

I’m happy that more people confirmed the "lower multi = lower temperatures"

I’ll check out the the Tuniq Tower 120, but it seems they don’t sell ***** here , just Coolermaster, Thermaltake and lately also the Zalman coolers…

How do I get into the "successful Overclocking list? by the way?
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Just copy one of the entries in the list, replace the information contained with the information on your own OC, and then post it up. I'll add you in. Definitely appreciated if it's in a format that I can just copy/paste though, so please copy one of the entries already in there!
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