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post #101 of 2014
is it just me or does everyone get massive vdroop. i mean i was expecting some but this is like bios value 1.58 everest value 1.52 then underload it drops to 1.46

i can get in and run cs:s at 3.9ghz (434x9) but i cant get through a 3dmk06 cpu test. ive got 3.6 stable. its all a learning game again lol, i just went from a 680i board this. give me time ppl. lol
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1.52 seems really high for vCore... what are your temps??
idle is 32C max load is 58C
post #103 of 2014
well i got it to run the cpu test in 3dmk 06 @ 3.915ghz lol, at least its some progress. im gonna run orthos and see how stable it is.
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post #106 of 2014
I thought I'd just comment on my experiences so far with the 0601 bios.

firstly, I only updated from 0502 last night, but amazingly I'm now able to take my OCZ reapers to 1200Mhz 5-5-5-15 whereas before my system would refuse to post.

Otherwise, stability seems to be just as good as 0502, so I think I'm going to stay on 0601 at least until I find an issue.
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post #107 of 2014
i havnt had any problems with the standard 203 bios. accept when trying for 4 ghz it wont boot. i like this board
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post #108 of 2014
I am a first time overclocker but I have such a wonderful motherboard and setup that I want to give this rig a little boost. If anyone could help me with settings and/or advice on what to set bios settings to I would greatly appreciate it. I don't need anyhting that is pushing it's limits but I would like to raise my benchmark tests more. I tried most of these settings in this topic but I cant get them to be stable, so im guessing I have a little bit different setup maybe?


Here is my setup:

Motherboard: Asus P5E
Memory: Ballistix Tracer DDR2-1066 2gigs
CPU: E6850 Core2 Duo 3ghz
PSU: 600 watt
Stock air cooling (2 internal fans, stock cpu fan)


Any help would be greatly appreciated or to even point me in the right direction would be awesome.
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I am a first time overclocker but I have such a wonderful motherboard and setup that I want to give this rig a little boost. If anyone could help me with settings and/or advice on what to set bios settings to I would greatly appreciate it. I don't need anyhting that is pushing it's limits but I would like to raise my benchmark tests more. I tried most of these settings in this topic but I cant get them to be stable, so im guessing I have a little bit different setup maybe?


Here is my setup:

Motherboard: Asus P5E
Memory: Ballistix Tracer DDR2-1066 2gigs
CPU: E6850 Core2 Duo 3ghz
PSU: 600 watt
Stock air cooling (2 internal fans, stock cpu fan)


Any help would be greatly appreciated or to even point me in the right direction would be awesome.

Just go to the first post of this thread. There you will find the settings used for a good OC. You can probably just run the multiplier for the CPU at x9 and try a 425 FSB instead of 450. This will give you an effective clock of 3.8GHz. As for the ram, set the FSB, then select the closest ram speed to 1066. Also make sure you have 2.18v going to the ram (the board overvolts slightly and your ram needs 2.2v to run).
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post #110 of 2014
Does my mobo have FSB, or is it the same as FSB termination voltage?
Should I raise it at 3.8GHz?
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