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post #1991 of 2014
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Can you please post your bios settings from the Extreme Tweaker section. Also, what is your "Common Performance Level" set to?
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Can you please post your bios settings from the Extreme Tweaker section. Also, what is your "Common Performance Level" set to?

Hello,
was this refering to me, or the guy´s question above me?:-)
post #1993 of 2014
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Hello,
was this refering to me, or the guy´s question above me?:-)

Sorry Wakizashis yes, I was referring to your post. Can you please list your settingsa. Also make sure the common performance is set loose, to like 10 or 11 for now, then tighten it back down and check for stability. I've found this particular setting to cause issues if people have it set too low.
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post #1994 of 2014
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Sorry Wakizashis yes, I was referring to your post. Can you please list your settingsa. Also make sure the common performance is set loose, to like 10 or 11 for now, then tighten it back down and check for stability. I've found this particular setting to cause issues if people have it set too low.

Hello and thanks. Here are few screens. Ram are certified for 2,1@1000MHZ and you can see lower values for ram (though, I guess for that, even nominal of 1,8v would be ok for 800mhz), the mobo is overvolting RAM a bit for about 0,053v, if I remember well (but tried to reach 2,1v).

CPU_GTL is ,63, but from what I have read, it is more near to ,67 (which cannot be manually raised for the p5e)

I have also tried to raise NB for 1,5v, to have spreads disabled, and also LoadCali to have on (I have pencil modded board, so vDroop is non from Vdrop now)

Thanks for any tips =)

PS.: maybe you have ment RF bios. If yeah, I will gladly make them, so much more settings. i will try 803 bios today (people are saying it is probably the best)

set of p5e images
http://imageshack.us/g/809/pict0013m.jpg/

set of RF 803bios (i really could change the ram for 999 now and system is booting normal, thanks!)

Still, the core 3 error was detected with occt (small test) after about 20 minut, so any hints what should raised, changed?
http://imageshack.us/g/638/pict0017jn.jpg/

Edit: now I see that RF Bios has CPU GTL ,67 which is surely cool, I like also fast HW monitor check and more voltages but what really scares me is the amount of options for ram. and Extreme tweaking overall. Oh my...
Edited by Wakizashis - 12/22/11 at 2:33pm
post #1995 of 2014
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Your settings do look good in the bios. And getting 450 FSB shoud be reachable with your system without too high of NB voltage. If you look in the first post, I pushed 423 FSB with a Q6700 quad and only needed 1.45v to the NB. What I recommend you do is set your CPU multi down to the lowest (x6). Than work on pushing your FSB to 450 and see what voltages and GTL you need, as well as getitng the ram stable. What this does is takes the CPU clock speed out of the equation, and allows you to focus on dialing in and finind your max FSB (or at least reach a target FSB you already have in mind).

Here is a section from the first page of this thread showing my Q6700 OC:

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65nm Quad core OC bios settings: Q6700 at 423 FSB (RF bios)

Note that I am able to run the ram undervolted at 1.8v. Many of you will be using ram that requires 2.1v to run at DDR2 1066 speeds.

1066at18v.jpg

Note there are different Transaction Booster settings for the X48 bios. So these settings are for the Rampage Formula and the P5E Deluxe bios. All voltages are universal throughout the X38 and X48 DDR2 line:

DSC01231.jpg

When dialing in the ram, start with 5-5-5-15-auto-65

DSC01232.jpg

Note when dialing in an OC, set the Transaction Booster to 10

DSC01233.jpg

This vcore and FSB Termination Voltage are for a 65nm quad. For 45nm quads, try to set vcore around 1.3625v (can go higher in bios as long as actual in windows is no higher the 1.3625v) and FSB termination voltage to 1.30v (1.4v and higher are considered dangerous for the CPU)

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post #1996 of 2014
Hello,
thanks for the post. My q6600 G0 SLACR is 65nm, right? Was little confused, because I know I use bit higher volts for FSB term. 1.36 is safe max for 65nm, I think. 45nm cannot stand so much. Correct me, if I am wrong. I am using NB at 1,41 normally, so do you think 1,45 could be better? I thought it would be a best idea to have relatively high voltages on NB (1,5, GTL 1,36), so I could be quite sure, the limit is CPU. I am not very comfortable with volts of 1,5V into my cpu, even it is recommended max temp for air and my cooling is quite nice, I would say. Tr. Booster is set to 11 or 15 (not sure now). Ref Cycle is on auto, but in the system it shows 75, I think.

So that I have to try lower multiplicator and reach higher FSB for better V values for other circuits. All relations are noted in the table in start, right? Thank you for your time.

I would also like to ask you something. I see CPU voltage reference ,63 in your screen. Is that for 45nm cpu? So the ,67 I have set in RF bios for my quad is right one?

Thanks.
Edited by Wakizashis - 12/23/11 at 3:00am
post #1997 of 2014
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The safe max for the Q6600 (it is 65nm) is 1.5v! These CPUs are like tanks:
http://ark.intel.com/products/29765/Intel-Core2-Quad-Processor-Q6600-(8M-Cache-2_40-GHz-1066-MHz-FSB)

Q6600.jpg


As for the GTL, I was using 67 for quads. It always seemed to work for me, and there was a reason, I just can't remember... its been a while since I used a similar setup.
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post #1998 of 2014
Hello again,
thank you for nice info. I tried the way of lower multi, to get FSB wall, and I still cannot reach that 3,6... There should not be a problem with FSB as low multi and very high FSB was ok and stable. So I think I will be very happy for those 3,4 and more in future, when I buy ATI 79** or 78** or maybe 69**, not decided how much I will spend for GC.

Now I will slowly try to reduce voltages on some parts to lowet temps and have stable 3,4GHZ.

Also I would very like to thank you for the settings of Performace, so I am able to have my Rams with 1000MHZ or maybe more, but have not tried that. Thank you and wishing you all great Winter Holidays. =)
post #1999 of 2014
Can someone help me get my system stable. I recently aquired 2 more sticks of mushkin 1066Mhz ram and can not get my system stable with 4 sticks installed. Do I need to up my NB or maybe loosen my CPL? What settings usually need to be changed when going from 2 to 4 sticks?
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Hi, since this is such a huge thread I thought I should ask for some help here. I bought the P5E Deluxe about 1.5 years ago, brand new (rest of the system is in sig). Been running fine since then as my main rig. However, I've decided to upgrade my CPU to a Q9450 as I want more cores. Now I'm curious, what's most likely to hold me back when I'm aiming for max 24/7 CPU speed?

CPU FSB wall?
Motherboard FSB wall?
Vcore wall, ie more than 1.3625V not recommended?

Or something else? I know that with my current CPU, my RAM can do 1000 MHz @ 5-5-5-18 timings and 2.0 volts, which means I should be able to do 500 FSB without memory holding me back, correct? And I'm also curious to what speed the CPU might be able to do? And yes I know it varies from CPU to CPU but I mean what should I be expecting/aiming for? And is there any little things/tweaks I should know about?
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