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Things tried:

338FSB x 8 (5 above stock)
338FSB x 8 with +0.1 CPU voltage

Memory was set to 2.00 (676Mhz) both trials

Again, I had successfully overclocked to 375FSB with no problem and ran it at that stable for 3 or 4 days.
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Hmmm... that's pretty odd. To be honest I don't know what the problem could be. It's obviously not your processor or memory, so it's got to have something to do with the board. Have you completely reset the BIOS to defaults, and then tried OCing from there?
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No, I suppose I will clear the CMOS and start afresh and let you guys know what happens.
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Success! Up to 400FSB without raising any voltages yet. Here are some screens from CPU-Z for you guys. Thanks for the tips, and I hope to crank it up to 3.6GHz or so when I get a better CPU cooler! (still running stock right now)

I am going to run Orthos overnight tonight to see if it's stable. If not, might have to increase some voltage, I suppose.

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Awesome, glad it worked for ya!

BTW, what are your temps looking like @ 3.0ghz? You might be able to sneak it up to 3.6 just for validation...
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Add me to the club, Shajbot - C2D E4300 1.8Ghz @ 3.0ghz, 334fsb, 1.325 vcore (stock). Been having for about 3 months, still running great.
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post #77 of 4644
Hey folks,

I found this thread when I was looking for an affordable motherboard to use for my friend's computer after getting a DOA Abit IP35 Pro. I went ahead and picked it up and it works great!

Since things are working, I decided it was time for some overclocking.

I have a G0 stepping Q6600 cpu and I bought a Tuniq Tower 120 to handle the cooling. The surface was slightly reflective, so I didn't bother lapping it.

I'm currently running at 3.2ghz 8x 400fsb, memory at 2.0 ratio

However, I think my temps are too high, or at least, higher than I'd like them to be. Here things are at Idle - (light websurfing, etc.)




I was afraid to put the system under load with idle temps this high. I don't really need to go farther than 3.2, but I wouldn't mind some suggestions as to what normal temperatures should be.

Thanks!
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post #78 of 4644
Hey, im new at overclocking and everything, and i need some help

i have a p35ds3l board with a 4500 i want to up it some and i was wondering how... i know how to use BIOS some, and i have tried to up the FSB before but my computer just crashes and wont start, so i know i have to do something else besides increase FSB and im not sure how memory timings work either... if someone else has this setup can you walk me through what to do...

thanks

i apreciate you help
    
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I have a DS3R... I can definitely say that the DS3X, where X is R or L is an amazing product series.
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Originally Posted by Andrmgic View Post
However, I think my temps are too high, or at least, higher than I'd like them to be. Here things are at Idle - (light websurfing, etc.)


I was afraid to put the system under load with idle temps this high. I don't really need to go farther than 3.2, but I wouldn't mind some suggestions as to what normal temperatures should be.

Thanks!
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