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post #661 of 2014
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Alternatively, throw it in the freezer for 30 mins. It will pop right off. Thermal epoxy becomes brittle in the cold. I've froze it to remove heatpipes epoxied on metal before as well. It is a known method of epoxy removal.
Are you sure there won`t be the condensation?
    
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How are you monitoring the NB temps?

If I remember coorectly, Eric told me the Rampage Formula has a temp monitoring program that picks up the NB temp that is not bundled with the P5E software. I may be wrong though (my memory could be playing tricks on me ). We are SOL on NB temps though. I would like to know what mine is as well. I have a Thermalright HR-05 SLI on my NB and have no way of telling how effective it is .
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If I remember coorectly, Eric told me the Rampage Formula has a temp monitoring program that picks up the NB temp that is not bundled with the P5E software. I may be wrong though (my memory could be playing tricks on me ). We are SOL on NB temps though. I would like to know what mine is as well. I have a Thermalright HR-05 SLI on my NB and have no way of telling how effective it is .
The temp sensors are not there to give you the readings. I first suspected they just where not enabled in bios. But after flashing my old P5E to the Rampage Formula bios, I still didnt get any of the sensor readings.
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post #664 of 2014
If your brave enough, you could probably solder them on and they would work....

Anyone have a multimeter and a P5E running the Rampage bios?
Just wondering if the extra fan headers are working so i can solder on pins to them for extra mounts.....
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post #665 of 2014
Guys, I just got this MB (P5E), I did read about pencil mod, etc, etc.

I want to know if is possible to archive 3.7GHz with Q9450 on P5E.

I know on Gigabyte X48-DQ6 it was possible:


But currectly there is no X48-DQ6 here, so I got P5E instead.

Please, let me know.

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post #666 of 2014
i wonder if it was a safe voltage


also, i had to take my comp apart and replace a fan that was making noise. I pealed the metal sticker off the southbridge and the ASUS sticker off the NB. I have been doing some benching and it seems to be about 2C cooler. Just an idea, results may vary...
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i wonder if it was a safe voltage
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Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad 9450 463 x 8 3.7GHz
Sytem Memory:Mushkin Redline XP2 8000 2 x 2 GB 5-5-5-12


3.2GHz on 1.175 volts was a promising start for this chip. Having a VID of 1.0625v was another plus in the quest to wring some additional performance from the newest from Intel. With the promising start I was very optimistic that the 9450 would be a great clocking chip. 450 x 8 came easily with 1.30 volts on the core and a tweak to the northbridge and FSB voltages to add some stability. Booting at 475 x 8 was possible but did not offer any stability, even with up to 1.75 on the chipset and 1.425v on the CPU core. That was kind of dissapointing, but nevertheless it gave a point to work down from. Lowering the clockspeed a bit at a time, I reached stability at 463 x 8 with 1.360 volts to the core and 1.6 volts to the northbridge. Not too shabby for a day's work! The temperatures did not seem to scale with the voltage like the QX9770 and Q6600s do, but the 9450 still gets a little warm. With 1.37 volts, I saw 64C with the less than optimum heatsink I used.

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http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...el_q9450/3.htm

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Edited by Gradius - 7/25/08 at 7:44pm
post #668 of 2014
I assume redlines work on this board, Im hoping for about 470 FSB, and 5:6 memory ratio
has anyone pushed their memory this far? Is it doable on this board?
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I assume redlines work on this board, Im hoping for about 470 FSB, and 5:6 memory ratio
has anyone pushed their memory this far? Is it doable on this board?
With the dual core, you will easily break 500 FSB. Good luck with the OC, we all look forward to your results!
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post #670 of 2014
Well, my attempts at trying to run 1200MHz have failed. I'm getting perfect stability with 9 multi, 390fsb, 400 strap, 1039MHz. I tried running it with the fsb pushed up to 400 in order to get 1066MHz and that fails to POST. Whenever I try to push my memory, by using other straps, I don't even POST. This might just be a case of crappy memory or crappy overclocking skills.
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