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Hey can we have a list for the fastest SuperPi times and 3DMark06 rankings for this mobo SgtSpike?

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Originally Posted by Andrmgic View Post
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!
Those temps do seem pretty high for the cooler you've got. I don't have any experience with the Q6600 and temperatures, so you might want to just create a new thread in the "Intel - Processors" subforum. I do know that there's plenty of G0 owners here, so you shouldn't have any trouble getting answers to your questions! My only suggestion is to try and reseat it with less thermal paste - it's a common mistake people make to put on too much thermal paste, and it can really hurt your temperatures...

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Originally Posted by toparis View Post
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
I think we need to know more information about what exactly you are doing to attempt an overclock. What FSB are you changing your motherboard to? Also, have you changed any of the voltages? If your voltages are still on Auto, you need to change them to Manual and adjust them when you OC.

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Hey can we have a list for the fastest SuperPi times and 3DMark06 rankings for this mobo SgtSpike?

Here's all the Thermalright on my Motherboard, it's pretty heavy now
Yeah, that's a good idea, I'll have to add that in... in the meantime, anyone who wants to post their 3dmark/superpi times, go for it and I'll make new lists for those.
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3DMark06 = 11,078
SuperPi 1M = 14.663s
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I just got a hair over 4.0 Ghz out of a Pentuim 4 Prescott 3.0 Ghz!!! Not going any higher. This was my goal. I ended up upping my Vcore just a few notches. That's what was holding me back this whole time. I've been running Orthos for almost 2 hours now and it's doing just fine.


SgtSpike, can you update me on your list?? Attached is a pic of CPU-Z and Speedfan for temps under 100% load (Temp 2).

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Ok, alot of posts here, so I searched "sound" and found nothing...

Straight to the prob. Im having problems getting sound to work with this board.

I installed all the drivers from the disk, plugged it all in correctly ect. I can even hear the demo In the Realtek Audio manager... But nothing else.

Its really driving me crazy!
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I can't seem to find the CPU multiplier function in the BIOS. Right now I am stuck at 2.96ghz and I want to lower the multi to see if it is a FSB problem or a CPU problem. Right now I top out at 370 FSB.
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Ok, alot of posts here, so I searched "sound" and found nothing...

Straight to the prob. Im having problems getting sound to work with this board.

I installed all the drivers from the disk, plugged it all in correctly ect. I can even hear the demo In the Realtek Audio manager... But nothing else.

Its really driving me crazy!
Hmmm... go to Start --> Programs --> Accessories --> Entertainment --> Volume Control.
Then click on Options --> Properties, and ensure the correct mixer device is selected.
Click Ok, then ensure all of the channels except Line-In and Microphone are not muted.
Tell us results after that.

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I can't seem to find the CPU multiplier function in the BIOS. Right now I am stuck at 2.96ghz and I want to lower the multi to see if it is a FSB problem or a CPU problem. Right now I top out at 370 FSB.
Make sure to lower your memory multiplier to 2.00. It shouldn't be a FSB problem, as I got up to 470FSB on stock voltage with this board. Honestly I can't remember where the multiplier options for the processor are, but I know I've seen them in the BIOS. Keep looking if you really want to change it, you'll find it.
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My memory is running at 2.0 and only 740mhz (DDR2 800).
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Try giving it a little more vcore (like up to 1.35 or 1.375) if you still can't find the multiplier... that would also tell you whether it is the processor or not.
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I hit a giant wall. I am 8+ hr prime stable at 365 FSB on all stock voltages to even try to boot into windows at 370 I need +0.2V on the FSB and 1.45v vcore.
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