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post #1801 of 2014
Hello everyone. This forum is amazing and it helped me overclock my P5E/Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 to a very stable system at 3.2 ghz.

Now I have upgraded to an Intel E8400 and would like to know the overclock settings on the P5E to get this chip up to 3.5+. I have been poking around the forums and the Asus P5E mobo posts but I can't seem to find info on the Intel E8400 settings for the P5E mobo. If anyone knows I would appreciate it and thank you for your time!
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post #1802 of 2014
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Hello everyone. This forum is amazing and it helped me overclock my P5E/Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 to a very stable system at 3.2 ghz.

Now I have upgraded to an Intel E8400 and would like to know the overclock settings on the P5E to get this chip up to 3.5+. I have been poking around the forums and the Asus P5E mobo posts but I can't seem to find info on the Intel E8400 settings for the P5E mobo. If anyone knows I would appreciate it and thank you for your time!
cool. still got my p5e and e7200 chugging away in my family room
    
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post #1803 of 2014
After adjusting settings I am finally getting my system stable at 4.2 Ghz.

I will be running Prime all night tonight to see for sure, but it is looking good so far.

Here are my Rampage Formula bios settings if anyone is interested

ASUS Rampage Formula BIOS 0803

*Extreme Tweaker*
Ai Overclock Tuner [Manual]
CPU Ratio Setting [9]
FSB Strap to North Bridge [333]
FSB Frequency [468]
PCIE Frequency [100]

DRAM Frequency [DDR2-1124]
DRAM Command Rate [Auto]
DRAM CMD Skew on Channal A [Auto]
DRAM CMD Skew on Channal B [Auto]
DRAM CLK Skew on Channal A [Auto]
DRAM CLK Skew on Channal B [Auto]

DRAM Timing Control [Manual]
1st Information
CAS# Latency [5]
RAS# to CAS# Delay [5]
RAS# PRE Time [5]
RAS# ACT Time [15]
RAS# to RAS# Delay [Auto]
REF Cycle Time [Auto]
WRITE Recovery Time [Auto]
READ to PRE Time [Auto]
2nd Information
READ to WRITE Delay (S/D) [Auto]
WRITE to READ Delay (S) [Auto]
WRITE to READ Delay (D) [Auto]
READ to READ Delay (S) [Auto]
READ to READ Delay (D) [Auto]
WRITE to WRITE Delay (S) [Auto]
WRITE to WRITE Dealy (D) [Auto]
3rd Information
WRITE to PRE Delay [Auto]
READ to PRE Delay [Auto]
PRE to PRE Delay [Auto]
ALL PRE to ACT Delay [Auto]
ALL PRE to REF Delay [Auto]

DRAM Static Read Control [Auto]
Ai Clock Twister [Strong]
Ai Transation Booster [Manual]
Common Performance Booster [7]

Pull-In of CHA PH1 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHA PH2 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHA PH3 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHA PH4 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHA PH5 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHA PH6 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHB PH1 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHB PH2 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHB PH3 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHB PH4 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHB PH5 [Disabled]
Pull-In of CHB PH6 [Disabled]

CPU Voltage [1.475] (in Bios.)
CPU PLL Voltage [1.60]
Northbridge Voltage [1.53]
DRAM Voltage [2.20]
FSB Termination Voltage [1.4]
South Bridge Voltage [1.125]
SB 1,5V Voltage [1.60]
Loadline Calibration [0.63X]
CPU GTL Voltage Reference [0.67X]
NB GTL Voltage Reference [Auto]
DRAM Controller Voltage REF [Auto]
DRAM Channel A Voltage REF [Auto]
DRAM Channel B Voltage REF [Auto]

CPU LED Selection [CPU Voltage]
NB LED Selection [NB Voltage]
SB LED Selection [SB Voltage]
Voltiminder LED [Enabled]

CPU Spread Spectrum [Disabled]
PCIE Spred Spectrum [Disabled]
CPU Clock Skew [Delay 100ps]
NB Clock Skew [Normal]

*Advanced settings*
CPU Ratio Setting [Manual]
C1E Support [Disabled]
CPU TM Function [Enabled]
Vanderpool Technology [Disabled]
Execute Disable Bit [Disabled]
Max CPUID Value Limit [Disabled]



By hogans at 2010-03-29

Any tips, tricks and feedback are appreciated.
Edited by hogans - 3/29/10 at 2:04pm
    
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post #1804 of 2014
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Hello everyone. This forum is amazing and it helped me overclock my P5E/Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 to a very stable system at 3.2 ghz.

Now I have upgraded to an Intel E8400 and would like to know the overclock settings on the P5E to get this chip up to 3.5+. I have been poking around the forums and the Asus P5E mobo posts but I can't seem to find info on the Intel E8400 settings for the P5E mobo. If anyone knows I would appreciate it and thank you for your time!
The settings are similar for the E8400 as for the E6600 except the vcore. Dont go over 1.3625v and you will be fine. The E8400 has no problem getting 4.0GHz with an above average CPU cooler. For a 4.0gHz OC (9x CPU multi with 445 FSB) you are looking at a 1.45v NB voltage and a FSB voltage of about 1.28v- 1.30v max. Your vcore is really going to be the challenge to figure out. Nobody can give you exact settings, so you will have to experiment.
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post #1805 of 2014
Thank you so much everyone! I will reset my bios settings and see what happens I appreciate your time.
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post #1806 of 2014
I have a p5e deluxe. Just found it has no eSata port o.O

I have an eSata addon adapter. The only place I could see to plug it into was a normal sata port.

So I plugged the adapter into the normal sata port, and plugged my eSata external hdd into the new eSata port.

It works fine, but there is no 'hotswap' ability. E.g Windows (7) recognizes it as a normal hdd, and not an external hdd. I get no option to safely remove the drive.

Is there somewhere else I'm meant to plug it in other than the normal sata port, or have I missed a step somewhere?
post #1807 of 2014
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I have a p5e deluxe. Just found it has no eSata port o.O

I have an eSata addon adapter. The only place I could see to plug it into was a normal sata port.

So I plugged the adapter into the normal sata port, and plugged my eSata external hdd into the new eSata port.

It works fine, but there is no 'hotswap' ability. E.g Windows (7) recognizes it as a normal hdd, and not an external hdd. I get no option to safely remove the drive.

Is there somewhere else I'm meant to plug it in other than the normal sata port, or have I missed a step somewhere?
The onboard controller on the P5E does not support hot-swapping. You are going to have to get a cheap PCI-e controller (about $15 on ebay) to get hot-swap ability.

I too was shocked that there was no e-sata port on mine. I think this is one of the few X38 boards that lack one.
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post #1808 of 2014
Aw that's lame

Seems to work ok just pluggin/unplugging external hdd's though. I'll just have to be careful about making sure it's not in use while unplugging
post #1809 of 2014
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Hot swapping will work if you have AHCI or RAID enabled on the ICH9R controller (SATA set to one of the above 2 modes). You then have to make sure you have the Intel drivers and Storage manager drivers installed for optimum performance.
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post #1810 of 2014
Hmm I already have it set to RAID and have the Storage Manager installed. What's the other intel driver you speak of?
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