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2.0v.
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Depends on the amount of vdroop you run into though. These boards are notorious for it.
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Depends on the amount of vdroop you run into though. These boards are notorious for it.
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I just wanted to stop by and thank everyone for keeping this thread alive so long. I've read through a large part of it and it got me excited to try to take my e8400 to a higher place

PapaSmurf, you are a man of wisdom! Seems everytime I had a question or concern would cruise through this thread and find the answer in a post by you. THANKS!


After working on it for about a week I finally got it stable at 4.0!

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no LLC?
Nope. Wish it did though. Makes a BIG difference in how well you can OC.

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I just wanted to stop by and thank everyone for keeping this thread alive so long. I've read through a large part of it and it got me excited to try to take my e8400 to a higher place

PapaSmurf, you are a man of wisdom! Seems everytime I had a question or concern would cruise through this thread and find the answer in a post by you. THANKS!


After working on it for about a week I finally got it stable at 4.0!


It's posts like yours that make it all worthwhile. Nice OC there buddy.

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Hey all --

I'm trying to give some extra power to my CPU (Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 @2.66 GHz). I've flashed my BIOS to the most recent version (it got corrupted a little while back), and have followed the tips given on the front page on this thread (disabled SpeedStep, VGA booster, and Smart Fan Control; lock PCIe bus at 100mhz).

As best as I can tell, here's the situation:

I set the System Voltage Control to manual and modify the CPU Host Frequency field, [escape] to main BOIS screen and [F10] (Save and Exit), the system shuts down. Powers off immediately, no re-boot, attempt at POST, et cetera.

I've tried voltages ranging from 1.32500 (slightly above the Normal CPU Vcore (1.31250v)) to 1.40000, to no effect.

I managed to get the system to boot through to the OS with System Voltage Control on Auto and CPU Frequency at 2.80 GHz (350*8). This is, of course, a tiny improvement from the 2.66GHz my CPU was running at earlier this morning, so I'd like get it up more.

Trying the same (System Voltage Control at Auto) with Host Frequency at 400 (3.2GHz), 375 (3.00 GHz), and 360 (2.9 GHz) yielded the same immediate shut down.

My suspicion is that the Auto feature is mishandling the voltages once it gets up past a certain level, which is what is causing the system to shut down. I don't know what voltages the system used to run the CPU at 2.80 (350*8), and I've had little luck finding them manually. I should think that 1.4000 or even 1.3500 should be enough, but the problem doesn't seem to let up.

What do you all suggest?

Thanks for your help (and for this thread).
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Hey all --

I'm trying to give some extra power to my CPU (Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 @2.66 GHz). I've flashed my BIOS to the most recent version (it got corrupted a little while back), and have followed the tips given on the front page on this thread (disabled SpeedStep, VGA booster, and Smart Fan Control; lock PCIe bus at 100mhz).

As best as I can tell, here's the situation:

I set the System Voltage Control to manual and modify the CPU Host Frequency field, [escape] to main BOIS screen and [F10] (Save and Exit), the system shuts down. Powers off immediately, no re-boot, attempt at POST, et cetera.

I've tried voltages ranging from 1.32500 (slightly above the Normal CPU Vcore (1.31250v)) to 1.40000, to no effect.

I managed to get the system to boot through to the OS with System Voltage Control on Auto and CPU Frequency at 2.80 GHz (350*8). This is, of course, a tiny improvement from the 2.66GHz my CPU was running at earlier this morning, so I'd like get it up more.

Trying the same (System Voltage Control at Auto) with Host Frequency at 400 (3.2GHz), 375 (3.00 GHz), and 360 (2.9 GHz) yielded the same immediate shut down.

My suspicion is that the Auto feature is mishandling the voltages once it gets up past a certain level, which is what is causing the system to shut down. I don't know what voltages the system used to run the CPU at 2.80 (350*8), and I've had little luck finding them manually. I should think that 1.4000 or even 1.3500 should be enough, but the problem doesn't seem to let up.

What do you all suggest?

Thanks for your help (and for this thread).
Hi,

Set the Performance Enhance feature to 'Standard'. Also set the Static tRead Value to manual and control it yourself. Try 8. If still problems, increase it.
    
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Hey all --

I'm trying to give some extra power to my CPU (Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 @2.66 GHz). I've flashed my BIOS to the most recent version (it got corrupted a little while back), and have followed the tips given on the front page on this thread (disabled SpeedStep, VGA booster, and Smart Fan Control; lock PCIe bus at 100mhz).

As best as I can tell, here's the situation:

I set the System Voltage Control to manual and modify the CPU Host Frequency field, [escape] to main BOIS screen and [F10] (Save and Exit), the system shuts down. Powers off immediately, no re-boot, attempt at POST, et cetera.

I've tried voltages ranging from 1.32500 (slightly above the Normal CPU Vcore (1.31250v)) to 1.40000, to no effect.

I managed to get the system to boot through to the OS with System Voltage Control on Auto and CPU Frequency at 2.80 GHz (350*8). This is, of course, a tiny improvement from the 2.66GHz my CPU was running at earlier this morning, so I'd like get it up more.

Trying the same (System Voltage Control at Auto) with Host Frequency at 400 (3.2GHz), 375 (3.00 GHz), and 360 (2.9 GHz) yielded the same immediate shut down.

My suspicion is that the Auto feature is mishandling the voltages once it gets up past a certain level, which is what is causing the system to shut down. I don't know what voltages the system used to run the CPU at 2.80 (350*8), and I've had little luck finding them manually. I should think that 1.4000 or even 1.3500 should be enough, but the problem doesn't seem to let up.

What do you all suggest?

Thanks for your help (and for this thread).
You need to click on the User CP at the top of this page, then scroll down the left side to the Add System link and enter in your system specs in as much detail as possible. By that I mean 2 x 2gig G.Skil PC2-8500 CL5 ram instead of 4 gig ram, etc. That way we have some idea of what we are dealing with.

Now start the system and run CoreTemp to determine the VID of your cpu. CPU-Z and other apps will NOT tell you the actual VID the cpu is hard coded for. RealTemp can sometimes provide that information, but you have to configure it to show it and I haven't found it to work as well as CoreTemp does. We need to know what that VID is to know what to tell you to set your vcore to. I've seen too many instances of the bios misreading the VID and setting the default vcore incorrectly to trust it. The most reliable way to determine the VID (which is the most important voltage you need to know) is by using CoreTemp.

Next, shut down the system, unplug the power cord from the psu, press and hold the power on button for 10 to 20 seconds to drain the capacitors, remove the cmos battery, then place the clear cmos jumper on the clear position and leave it for at least 1 full minute. Remove the jumper, replace the battery, plug the psu back in, power up the system, enter the bios, load optimized defaults, then save and exit. Return to the bios and make any changes appropriate to your hardware, disable EIST, C1E, Full Screen Logo, Legacy USB Storage Detect, and CIA. Save and exit, then return to the bios, hit the F11 key, and save your current settings as STOCK. This way you don't have to go back and make all of these changes when you have a problem and have to start over.

Next, using AUTO for voltages when overclocking rarely works, The system simply can't make the necessary changes it needs to provide adequate voltage for an OC much more than 5 to 10% over stock. You need to manually set the voltages. You'll also need to set the other settings manually. From the main bios screen hit the control and f1 keys at the same time to enable ALL of the bios settings in the MIT section. Manually set the Memory Multiplier to 2.00. Leaving it set to SPD will cause the ram to go out of spec once you start overclocking and that can cause the problem you are having. Depending on what Ram you have you might need to manually raise the memory voltage. Once again, without know what ram you have there is no way for any of us to know what to tell you to set it to.

Once you fill out your system specs and provide the VID and ram information we can try to provide some other more specific settings for you.
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Once you fill out your system specs and provide the VID and ram information we can try to provide some other more specific settings for you.
Alright, filled out the system specs.

VID, according to CoreTemp. is 1.3125v.

Going in to put together the other suggested changes now, will reply / edit back with results.
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