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Originally Posted by Benny99 View Post
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.
O ok, Would the voltage be causing my bios to reset everytime I try to go higher than 3.0ghz? If I leave my fsb at 333 and set cpu multiplier to 10 it just reboots a couple times and resets my bios settings? I tried going up to 1.4 volts but no luck.
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Originally Posted by techncis2ooo View Post
O ok, Would the voltage be causing my bios to reset everytime I try to go higher than 3.0ghz? If I leave my fsb at 333 and set cpu multiplier to 10 it just reboots a couple times and resets my bios settings? I tried going up to 1.4 volts but no luck.

Alright well i wouldnt be changing the multiplier.

The Stock Multi is 12 so use that try these settings.

250FSB x 12 = 3ghz

Run ure memory at the 2.40 ratio or 3.0

U dont need to change ure FSB or MCH voltage.

http://www.jreece.com/MySettings3.jpg

Make sure performance enhance from Turbo to Standard for stability.

In terms of ure Vcore you would probably need between 1.34-1.38
post #2503 of 4644
Hey Guys,

I have updated the "Bios Settings" Spreadsheet with my current settings including the "Advanced Options [Cntrl +F1]"

I figure that eventually, all of the users of this board will have the same settings for all of the generic stuff and then the only important information will be CPU type & stock speed, FSB Setting, Memory type & stock speed, Memory SPD and Voltages.

So, I have also attached is a smaller spreadsheet with only those few items

I look forward to everyone helping to determine which settings to disable, etc as well as everyone posting their individual Voltages, FSB, etc.


Please provide comments to the attached.

Thanks Guys! I love this board!
LL
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Edited by ZDarryl - 5/14/08 at 1:41pm
    
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Originally Posted by ZDarryl View Post
Hey Guys,

I have updated the "Bios Settings" Spreadsheet with my current settings including the "Advanced Options [Cntrl +F1]"

I figure that eventually, all of the users of this board will have the same settings for all of the generic stuff and then the only important information will be CPU type & stock speed, FSB Setting, Memory type & stock speed, Memory SPD and Voltages.

So, I have also attached is a smaller spreadsheet with only those few items

I look forward to everyone helping to determine which settings to disable, etc as well as everyone posting their individual Voltages, FSB, etc.


Please provide comments to the attached and +rep if you like it.

Thanks Guys! I love this board!
Thats very good.... Id fill your spreadsheet in but i dont think there is any point as im very new to overclocking (only 4 weeks) so im still learning but i'd like to see the more experienced users settings.
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Originally Posted by ZDarryl View Post
Hey Guys,

I have updated the "Bios Settings" Spreadsheet with my current settings including the "Advanced Options [Cntrl +F1]"

I figure that eventually, all of the users of this board will have the same settings for all of the generic stuff and then the only important information will be CPU type & stock speed, FSB Setting, Memory type & stock speed, Memory SPD and Voltages.

So, I have also attached is a smaller spreadsheet with only those few items

I look forward to everyone helping to determine which settings to disable, etc as well as everyone posting their individual Voltages, FSB, etc.


Please provide comments to the attached and +rep if you like it.

Thanks Guys! I love this board!
Dont ask for rep first of all. Second good idea
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Thats very good.... Id fill your spreadsheet in but i dont think there is any point as im very new to overclocking (only 4 weeks) so im still learning but i'd like to see the more experienced users settings.
At least fill out your CPU, FSB and Volts. That will help!!

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Dont ask for rep first of all. Second good idea


Thanks!
Edited by ZDarryl - 5/14/08 at 1:45pm
    
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Well, I thought that I would try that voltage hard mod mentioned
here--> http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=558347
And messed my board up!

I tried the pencil mod and didn't get very good results so I thought id solder in a 10k pot. I guess I got it too hot, no more workey now!!!!!! DAMN!

I wish I could kick myself in the ass... feeling like an idiot now.

O'well, I just ordered a new one, there goes another $97.00.

Hey, anyone wanna buy some GA-P35-DS3L parts? LOL.
Just kidding, its gonna take a few days for me to laugh this one off..

I gotta be more carefull with those solder irons...AHH
Edited by technogeek - 5/14/08 at 7:32pm
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Originally Posted by technogeek View Post
Well, I thought that I would try that voltage hard mod mentioned
here--> http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=558347
And messed my board up!

I tried the pencil mod and didn't get very good results so I thought id solder in a 10k pot. I guess I got it too hot, no more workey now!!!!!! DAMN!

I wish I could kick myself in the ass... feeling like an idiot now.

O'well, I just ordered a new one, there goes another $97.00.

Hey, anyone wanna buy some GA-P35-DS3L parts? LOL.
Just kidding, its gonna take a few days for me to laugh this one off..

I gotta be more carefull with those solder irons...AHH
Dude, I feel your pain......That is the main reason why I don't physically modify electronic parts, because I suck at soldering...lol
    
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post #2509 of 4644
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Originally Posted by technogeek View Post
Well, I thought that I would try that voltage hard mod mentioned
here--> http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=558347
And messed my board up!

I tried the pencil mod and didn't get very good results so I thought id solder in a 10k pot. I guess I got it too hot, no more workey now!!!!!! DAMN!

I wish I could kick myself in the ass... feeling like an idiot now.

O'well, I just ordered a new one, there goes another $97.00.

Hey, anyone wanna buy some GA-P35-DS3L parts? LOL.
Just kidding, its gonna take a few days for me to laugh this one off..

I gotta be more carefull with those solder irons...AHH
im sorry to hear that mate... id be gutted if it was me.
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Just picked up a 8800GTS 512 G92 and 2x2gb DDR2 1000 G.skill 5-5-5-15 2.0... so I'll share my benchmarks in a bit
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