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post #1791 of 2014
I am having problems pushing my Q9300 past 3.2 with the RF 803 bios. I followed the recommended 45nm quad settings in the first post and am not having any luck. I have used fsb clocks from 3.3 - 3.8 and haven't been able to get it to post. Any suggestions on what to do?

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post #1792 of 2014
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I would lower the CPU multi and first get the FSB stable at the range you want. I also recommend setting the Transaction Booster to a high setting of 11 if you are running the ram close to a 1:1 ratio. The transaction Booster has a direct effect on FSB clock speeds and ram divider used.
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post #1793 of 2014
hey, guys...
been following this thread here and there for a couple years now.
BIG question for you...

specs: intel q9450, p5e set at standard clock, ami bios 1201, vista 64bit ultimate

decided to clean out the box.
i unseated my cpu fan/heatsink.
then, unseated my cpu.
reseated cpu.
reapplied arctic silver.
reseated fan/heatsink.

plugged everything back in.
booted up.
posted fine.
message read: new cpu, press F1 for settings.
did that.
everything looked good
EXCEPT for my cores.
it has that i'm running the correct processor.
however, BEFORE the cleaning...it stated that i had 4 cores/processors.

NOW...it says 2.
even during the boot up screen.

definitely said 4 before.

load up windows...
check device manager...has all four processors listed.
check cpuz...all four cores.
check speedfan...all four cores.

any ideas why at boot up, and in bios, only 2 cores are being shown?

thanks guys...
post #1794 of 2014
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I recommend resetting the bios by the CLR CMOS on the board and see if that fixes your issue.
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post #1795 of 2014
hey guys..this is the only p5e thread still going. some of us still have our dinosaurs. here is my story. i have learned enough to oc my system i built 1.5 years ago. i could never get it past 3.8ghz. with p5e3 premuim,qx9770,corsair ddr3-1600 pc12800ram(x8gbs).at these settings:
cpu ratio: 10.0
fsb strap to nb: 400
fsb freq: 380
pcie freq: 100
dram freq: ddr3-1680
dram cmd.rate 2n
dram timing ctrl manual
cas# lat. 7
ras#tocas#del. 7
ras#pretime 7
ras#act time 20
cpu vlt 1.35
cpugtlvltref(0/3) .62
cpugtlvltref(2/4) .62
cpu pll vlt 1.52
fsb term.vlt 1.36
dram vlt 2.00
nb vlt 1.57
nb glt vlt ref: .67
all other settings were auto. these settings would give me rock solid stability.24/7..
but i could never get past 3.95ghz without complete instability. until now.
i noticed that every attempt to go past 4.05ghz,when the dram freq. would exceed 1700mhz it would crash..i tested different vlts on cpu,nb,dramvlt. same result. finally it hit me, 1700mhz ceiling . so last week i bought 4gbs of cmg4gx3m2a2000c8,dominator-gt ram.just a shot in the dark. i know it was designed for i5's and i7's but the specs indicated it would run on the p5e3 premuim board.it worked. it raised my ceiling.now look at my settings:
cpu ratio: 10.0
fsb strap to nb: 400
fsb freq: 420
pcie freq: 100
dram freq: 1680
dram cmd rate: 2n
cas# lat: 8
ras#tocas#del: 8
ras#pretime: 8
ras#act time: 24
ai clock twister strong
cpu vlt: 1.43125
cpu gtl vlt ref(0/2): .62
cpu gtl vlt ref(1/3): .62
cpu pll volt 1.50
fsb term vlt: 1.28
dram vlt: 1.60
nb vlt: 1.41
nb gtl vlt ref: .67
all other setting at auto, system now at: 4.23ghz stable 24/7 running prime95 and occt for hours..
i would like to go faster with stability.
all help would be appreciated
Edited by smoggysky - 3/20/10 at 8:55am
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post #1796 of 2014
on page 130,there is a post referring to a anatech article on ram timings and over clocking. i adjusted some timings here they are:
cpu ratio: 10.0
fsb strap to nb: 400
fsb freq: 435
pcie freq: 100
dram freq: 1740mhz
dram cmd rate: 2n
dram timing ctrl: manual
cas#lat: 9
ras# to cas#del: 9
ras#pre time: 9
ras#act time: 24
ai clk twister: strong
cpu vlt: 1.43750
cpu gtl vlt ref(0/2): .62
cpu gtl vlt ref(1/3): .62
cpu pll vlt: 1.50
fsb term.vlt: 1.28
dram vlt: 1.80
nb vlt: 1.51
nb gtl vlt ref: .67
all other settings on auto
with these settings win7 64bit loaded very fast and smooth.
i ran 3dmark vantage got a score19266
ran superpi mod @1m recorded a:11.326.
when i tried to run occt or prime95 both declared errors immediately
instead of working on stability, i tried faster.
i tried for 4.40ghz.
windows crashed twice,then i increased:
dram vlt to 1.90
nb vlt to 1.57
windows loaded fast. i ran super pi mod 1m and got:10.764
3dmarkvantage wouldnt run.i had very limited "instability"
next i tried uping the vcore to 1.44375.
system didnt stabilize.
i guess i got greeding seeing the progress with loosing the ram timings.i tried to run before i could walk..
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post #1797 of 2014
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smoggysky, it sounds like you might be at the limit of the CPU. You can test this by dropping the multi and pushing the FSB (including the RAM and motherboard itself) and seeing if you can go higher. If you can push with the lower multi, then I am pretty sure your CPU is the limiting factor with your OC. But you do have a great OC!
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post #1798 of 2014
thx for the reply,your the man..
if i drop the multi lets say 9.5 or 9.0 and raise the fsb to lets say 475..what would i want to go with for my ram and nb volts? these boards are "funny" when you get over 450 fsb freq. also the ram timings should i play with those? if so which way? i noticed stability when raising the timings to "9,9,9,"
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thx for the reply,your the man..
if i drop the multi lets say 9.5 or 9.0 and raise the fsb to lets say 475..what would i want to go with for my ram and nb volts? these boards are "funny" when you get over 450 fsb freq.
The real trick with these boards at about 470+ FSB is the Transaction Booster (only because you tend to run a lower memory divider to keep the ram stable... like running 1:1 means you need a really loose Transaction Booster, like 11), the NB voltage (especially with quads) and the clock skews. I needed 1.59v to my NB for a 472 FSB with my Q9650. And as for the clock skews, try CPU Clock Skew Delay 100PS and NB Clock Skew Normal. These always worked the best for me!


More on the clock skews:
http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...ml#post5514950
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The real trick with these boards at about 470+ FSB is the Transaction Booster (only because you tend to run a lower memory divider to keep the ram stable... like running 1:1 means you need a really loose Transaction Booster, like 11), the NB voltage (especially with quads) and the clock skews. I needed 1.59v to my NB for a 472 FSB with my Q9650. And as for the clock skews, try CPU Clock Skew Delay 100PS and NB Clock Skew Normal. These always worked the best for me!


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http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...ml#post5514950
Good info. Thanks man. Going to try to push my 9550 a bit harder as I'm stuck at 3.6 (425 x 8.5 with mem 1:1) Pretty sure I already have trans boost at 11, but I might have the NB voltage too low.
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