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MCH, FSB, DDR, and Vcore all will likely need a bump.

Also, your memory may limit you. Your memory would have to run at 1000mhz to hit 500mhz FSB.
what if i loosen the timings to like 18-18-18-25 or something?
    
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what if i loosen the timings to like 18-18-18-25 or something?
You can loosen them, but I wouldn't go that far. I'd start with 7 CAS and see where that gets ya.
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Good news! I moved my system from my workbench to my HTPC spot and the PCI bus "Healed" New one on me

Must be a cold solder joint on the board.
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Time for a bake in the oven Hueristic.
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Time for a bake in the oven Hueristic.
LOLz, I don't need the external bus right now so I'm not going to mess with it but I got a new heat gun last week so maybe when and if I get a new TV card.
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LOLz, I don't need the external bus right now so I'm not going to mess with it but I got a new heat gun last week so maybe when and if I get a new TV card.
Hmmm.. I don't know if I'd trust myself with a heatgun. Oven would be safer - then you don't run the risk of warping the board from applying too much heat in one area.
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Hmmm.. I don't know if I'd trust myself with a heatgun. Oven would be safer - then you don't run the risk of warping the board from applying too much heat in one area.
I don't agree with those that use a regular oven. I'd rather not get cancer earlier than need be, And I no longer work in a company with an oven so It's the heat gun for me.
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I don't agree with those that use a regular oven. I'd rather not get cancer earlier than need be, And I no longer work in a company with an oven so It's the heat gun for me.
Lol, ok, good luck then!
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Hello all,

Yes, first post here, and like so many first post-ers, I have a problem and am hoping one of you that is much better than me at this stuff can lend some advice.

I have this board, a Q6600 and whenever I enable the Host Clock Control at all my comp will reboot in the middle of memory testing and reset itself to the stock speeds and boot fine. This happens when I OC moderately, only a fraction or even manually set it at the stock 266 x 9. Playing with the voltages and memory multiplier has done nothing for me. I even tried underclocking it and resetting my CMOS. I've done it both with EIST and C1E on and off, and with only 2 gigs of ram, again nothing.

Anyone have any ideas for me? This is really frustrating. Thanks.
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Hello all,

Yes, first post here, and like so many first post-ers, I have a problem and am hoping one of you that is much better than me at this stuff can lend some advice.

I have this board, a Q6600 and whenever I enable the Host Clock Control at all my comp will reboot in the middle of memory testing and reset itself to the stock speeds and boot fine. This happens when I OC moderately, only a fraction or even manually set it at the stock 266 x 9. Playing with the voltages and memory multiplier has done nothing for me. I even tried underclocking it and resetting my CMOS. I've done it both with EIST and C1E on and off, and with only 2 gigs of ram, again nothing.

Anyone have any ideas for me? This is really frustrating. Thanks.
Odd problem... what is your memory multiplier set at when you enable the Host Clock Control?
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