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Originally Posted by Coelocanth View Post
W00t! Awesome! Good to see you found a solution.

I'm happy to report that I'm Prime95 stable at 3.6 GHz (450 x 8) with a BIOS setting of 1.46875 vcore (1.424 in CPU-z). 54C load, 25C idle.

Memory (PC2 6400) is synced so it's overclocked to 900 MHz at 2.2 volts (within it's rated voltage). Timings are 5-6-6-21 2T so I'm goign to work on getting these tightened up a little.

FSB and MCH haven't been raised. I figure I could go further with this, but I'm satisfied with 3.6 GHz, which was my target (although I may try to get it higher later...)
  1. Get a big box fan
  2. Open case
  3. Point box fan towards case and turn on box fan
  4. Put vcore at 1.525v
  5. Put MCH, FSB +.3v
  6. Put DDRv +.5v
  7. OC Like MAD!
  8. See if you can run 535FSB
  9. See if you can run 540FSB to beat me.
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Originally Posted by xaznxeclipsex View Post
I seem to be stuck at 2.66ghz. Currently i set the fbs to 333 mutliplier is 8, ram mutiplier is 2.0, volt 1.3625 , ram set to 4-4-4-12, ram volt +.4 If i go any higher then 333 the system will just double post and it sets everything back to stock. I've tried doing +.2 for fbs volt and mch +.1. what I want to end up with is 2.8ghz (7 * 400) so i can get my ram running at 800ghz. I tried the 7*400 and system double posts and resets as well.
Sounds like you need more vcore to me. If it's set at 1.3625 in the BIOS, you're likely only getting 1.3v to it because of the vdrop.
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You're an evil man, Sarge!
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HI,
I buy today E2180, Gigabyte P35-DS3L and kingmax mars 800MHz 2*1Gb and now i would like to overclooack alitle bit so i nead help. I see here some good results for this combination but Im colplete noob and nead help
I can see member 455buick clocked this CPU at very high MHz so I hope that somebody could help me with that. I woult like OC may CPU on the maximum without increasing voltage so if somebody know stable setup I would be very grateful
post #524 of 4644
Hey I need some support from some of you DS3L owners. =D

I just received 2GB G.Skill DDR-800 and would now like to OC my E6300 (1.86GHz).

If anyone has some good numbers off bios to use please tell me as I have never OCed a CPU before but know some of the basics.

Specs:
Intel E6300 @ 1.86GHz
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2GB G.Skill DDR2-800
OCZ SXS 600W
PNY 8800GT 512MB

I also know how to unlock the advanced RAM features in BIOS.

Thanks for the help!
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Originally Posted by FoXman View Post
HI,
I buy today E2180, Gigabyte P35-DS3L and kingmax mars 800MHz 2*1Gb and now i would like to overclooack alitle bit so i nead help. I see here some good results for this combination but Im colplete noob and nead help
I can see member 455buick clocked this CPU at very high MHz so I hope that somebody could help me with that. I woult like OC may CPU on the maximum without increasing voltage so if somebody know stable setup I would be very grateful
FoXman, greetings!

Where did you see 445buick's post about this chip/board combo?

I'm just a noob at this myself, but here are a few tips:

Go into BIOS and turn off EIST. This can be found under the Advanced BIOS Features tab and is called CPU EIST Function. This is a power saving function that will throttle down your CPU when it's in an idle state. It doesn't hurt anything but I've read it can interfere with overclocking.

Then go to your M.I.T tab (MB Intelligent Tweaker) and:

- manually set your PCI Express Frequency to 100 MHz. Don't leave it on auto.
- Change your CPU Host Clock Control to manual
- Set your CPU Clock Ratio to 10x (This is your multiplier. I believe that's the highest multiplier for your chip).
- look at your CPU Host frequency setting (this is your FSB) and see what it's set at. This multiplied by your CPU Host Clock ratio is your FSB speed. Set it higher to get a higher speed. I recommend only going up in increments of 10 MHz at a time though.

Once you've got a setting you like, test with Prime95 to see if it's stable. You'll want to watch your temperatures as well. Get Core Temp for that. I also advise grabbing CPU-z to monitor your overclock speeds and your vcore.

When you've determined you're stable, go back in and raise your FSB again. Keep doing this until your computer either fails Prime95 or reboots. When that happens, you know you don't have enough voltage to your chip, so you'll have to go back to your previous FSB setting unless you want to give your chip more voltage.


Hope that helps. Good luck!
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Hey I need some support from some of you DS3L owners. =D

I just received 2GB G.Skill DDR-800 and would now like to OC my E6300 (1.86GHz).

If anyone has some good numbers off bios to use please tell me as I have never OCed a CPU before but know some of the basics.

Specs:
Intel E6300 @ 1.86GHz
Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
2GB G.Skill DDR2-800
OCZ SXS 600W
PNY 8800GT 512MB

I also know how to unlock the advanced RAM features in BIOS.

Thanks for the help!
Tensionz, greetings!

Take a look at the advice I gave foXman above. It should also apply to your chip, except I believe your chip's multiplier (CPU Clock Ratio) is maximum of 7x.

One thing I'll add is to go into your System Memory Speed setting (in M.I.T) and manually set it at 2.0 as this will sync your memory with your FSB. (You can change it later if you want). Be warned that the numbers in that setting are not in order, so the 2.0 setting is about half way down the list.

This is the chip Sgt. Spike has I believe, so maybe he can give you some more detailed tips.

Good luck!
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post #527 of 4644
Yeah thanks! =)

And yeah 7x is the max I believe, and I have the 2.0 setting.

So I should just do small increases on my CPU Freq and the RAM FSB will pretty much increase automatically with it? That was my main OC problem before, not knowing how to up the RAM's FSB. Also when/WHICH volts should I raise and how much, I think someone said that once you can no longer get a stable OC anymore or something of that sort.

Thanks again, that confirmed a lot that I was wondering to.
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whats the max vcore a q6600 (G0) can get before possible damage? (my VID is 1.325 if that matters at all)
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Originally Posted by tensionz View Post
Yeah thanks! =)

And yeah 7x is the max I believe, and I have the 2.0 setting.

So I should just do small increases on my CPU Freq and the RAM FSB will pretty much increase automatically with it? That was my main OC problem before, not knowing how to up the RAM's FSB.
Yes. The 2.0 setting syncs your FSB and RAM speed. Since it's DDR2 RAM your RAM speed will show as 2x your FSB setting. (So if you set your FSB at 250, your RAM frequency will be 500).

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Also when/WHICH volts should I raise and how much, I think someone said that once you can no longer get a stable OC anymore or something of that sort.
Raise your vcore (CPU Voltage control) when you become unstable.

Quote:
Thanks again, that confirmed a lot that I was wondering to.
No problem. Just hope my advice (from one noob to another) works out for you.



Tekster, I don't know the answer to your question, but your chip is rated for a core voltage of from 0.85 to 1.5 volts. You should be fine if you're in that range (although I've read that some people add more than 1.5 volts).
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post #530 of 4644
Is that you Russ LoL?!?

September 17th, same B-Day noiceee. =P

Anyways...
Another question: Should I set PCI Freq to anything? Auto (Default), 90-100 etc?
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