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my E8600 finally arrived now i need help getting this thing oc to at least 4Ghz.
everything is currently set to stock.Im wondering if i should use the corsair dominator 1066 or the HyperX 800. I found with my Q6600 that oc was alot easier on the kingston.
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=441910
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my E8600 finally arrived now i need help getting this thing oc to at least 4Ghz.
everything is currently set to stock.Im wondering if i should use the corsair dominator 1066 or the HyperX 800. I found with my Q6600 that oc was alot easier on the kingston.
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=441910
First find your stock voltage and set it manually. Then you need to go through the bios and disable all uneeded features, especially speedstep and c1e. You should also lock the pci-e frequency to 100mhz.

Then you can set the fsb to manual, and start oc'ing by raising the fsb little by little...personally I would go with the dominator 1066 because it will be easier to deal with memory ratios while oc'ing so you can rule out ram instability.

Before you OC, you should run an hour of Prime95 to make sure you are stable and stock, and run memtest for at least 1 pass to make sure your ram is not faulty.
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what BIOS ver is recommended for this mobo?

thx
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On a related note, I'm on the F4 BIOS, are there any performance increases from using a newer bios?
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Go to the website and it will tell you
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Go to the website and it will tell you
All that is marketing crap.

Anybody with real numbers?
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All that is marketing crap.

Anybody with real numbers?

I will continue to help you, despite being rude.

http://www.giga-byte.com/Support/Mot...ProductID=2599
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I will continue to help you, despite being rude.

http://www.giga-byte.com/Support/Mot...ProductID=2599
Tell me again where to find the numbers?
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Tell me again where to find the numbers?

What numbers?

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Ok. Maybe I missed something. I asked if somebody has numbers (as in actual benchmarks). Or actual numbers that show an increase in new BIOS updates.

You quoted me with that link.

In any case, let's not get side-tracked.

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This board is awesome. I'm on 480 FSB with stock voltage and all 4 of my dimm slots are filled. I can probably hit 500 FSB with the board, but my cpu needs 1.55 volts (in the BIOS)
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