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ran for 6 hours still running now
What is that program (in red) that you are running? thanks
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^^^^It's called OCCT http://www.neowin.net/news/software/...ng-toolocct-20
 
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Hey fellas, looking to pop my overclock cherry on my new system. I have been reading quite a bit the past few days about the basics, as well as some advanced stuff which I have not quite grasped yet.

Important System Components:

Intel Q6600
GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS3L
ZALMAN 9500A 92mm 2 Ball CPU Cooler
G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1000 (5-5-5-15)
Tuniq TX-2 Thermal Compound
Antec Nine Hundred Case
8800 GTS (G92)

Basically before I do this, I just want to make sure I got this down. All I want to do is overclock my CPU to 3.0 from 2.4 GHZ. I assume my cooling in this system can most likely support more, but I am contempt with 3.0.

I haven't checked Gigabyte's website yet to see if I have the latest BIOS, so doing that will be my first step. Just from looking around I need to disable Smart Fan and Intel Speed Step and lock my PCIe bus at 100mhz?

I'm not looking to overclock my ram at all, and I'm guessing that with the memory I have and with my CPU at 3.0 it won't be a 1:1 ratio right? Is this ok?

So after updating BIOS and making sure I have the right things disabled and enabled, is it a matter of just setting the FSB to 333mhz and babying the voltage up slowly? I did download Prime 95 to test my system after doing this.

A little nervous since this is my first time, I was just hoping that since this is the thread for my motherboard that someone who is familiar with my specs could kind of guide me through this a little more clearly than me reading various things from different sites.

Thanks in advance.
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Hey fellas, looking to pop my overclock cherry on my new system. I have been reading quite a bit the past few days about the basics, as well as some advanced stuff which I have not quite grasped yet.

Important System Components:

Intel Q6600
GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS3L
ZALMAN 9500A 92mm 2 Ball CPU Cooler
G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1000 (5-5-5-15)
Tuniq TX-2 Thermal Compound
Antec Nine Hundred Case
8800 GTS (G92)

Basically before I do this, I just want to make sure I got this down. All I want to do is overclock my CPU to 3.0 from 2.4 GHZ. I assume my cooling in this system can most likely support more, but I am contempt with 3.0.

I haven't checked Gigabyte's website yet to see if I have the latest BIOS, so doing that will be my first step. Just from looking around I need to disable Smart Fan and Intel Speed Step and lock my PCIe bus at 100mhz?

I'm not looking to overclock my ram at all, and I'm guessing that with the memory I have and with my CPU at 3.0 it won't be a 1:1 ratio right? Is this ok?

So after updating BIOS and making sure I have the right things disabled and enabled, is it a matter of just setting the FSB to 333mhz and babying the voltage up slowly? I did download Prime 95 to test my system after doing this.

A little nervous since this is my first time, I was just hoping that since this is the thread for my motherboard that someone who is familiar with my specs could kind of guide me through this a little more clearly than me reading various things from different sites.

Thanks in advance.
For 3GHz on a Q6600 and this board you wont need to touch any voltages, it will do it on stock voltage no probs. Mine does 3.2GHz on stoack volts. Just take the FSB to 333MHz.

On the memory point you can set the RAM:FSB ratio yourself so you can have 1:1 if you want. At 3GHz your ram would be running at 667MHz if its at 1:1. Im running it at 10:8 which make my memory run faster. For 1:1 set the System Memory Multiplier to 2 also lock your PCIE to 100MHz
Edited by wiggy2k7 - 5/14/08 at 5:18am
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Nuron, just about everything you said is right. You shouldn't worry about overclocking your RAM a little bit, as you made an excellent choice with those G.Skills. It should be able to handle up to around 1200MHz I would imagine. Since your FSB will have to be 333MHz to get 3.0Ghz, at a 1:1 ratio, you would be running at 666MHz (well below stock speed). A 3 (memory) : 2 (CPU) ratio would give you a clock speed of 999MHz for your memory, very close to stock but not overclock. I'm not 100% sure which setting you ought to select in the BIOS, but you can play around with it.
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Hey guys, I was wondering what else I can do to oc my setup. I'm still new to this but im learning

So far I got my 4600 to 3.0ghz using 333mhz and 9x multiplier. Ram is running at 1000mhz at 5-5-5-18, the only way I was able to get it running was if I set voltage control to auto. Everytime I try to set anything higher it goes into mem dump at vista boot, is this because somethings not getting enough voltage? Also, why does cpu-z show my core voltage at 1.375 but coretemp shows it as 1.325?
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Hey guys, I was wondering what else I can do to oc my setup. I'm still new to this but im learning

So far I got my 4600 to 3.0ghz using 333mhz and 9x multiplier. Ram is running at 1000mhz at 5-5-5-18, the only way I was able to get it running was if I set voltage control to auto. Everytime I try to set anything higher it goes into mem dump at vista boot, is this because somethings not getting enough voltage? Also, why does cpu-z show my core voltage at 1.375 but coretemp shows it as 1.325?
Um the voltage shown in Core temp is ure VID not ure Vcore.

The VID is the Lowest Vcore you can run at stock.
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Um the voltage shown in Core temp is ure VID not ure Vcore.

The VID is the Lowest Vcore you can run at stock.
So, cpu-z is showing what its currently running at, 1.375? So if I want to set my voltage control to manual should I give it at least that much voltage?
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So, cpu-z is showing what its currently running at, 1.375? So if I want to set my voltage control to manual should I give it at least that much voltage?
Im saying for the stock Speed for ure E4600 (2.4ghz) the lowest voltage you can run is 1.325 any lower would most likely be unstable.
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