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post #81 of 2014
do you guys think that the p5e would give me much of a boost over my current p5n, and if so how?

thanks.
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post #82 of 2014
No, not on your sigged setup. The P5N-E is a good board for what you have. I had one running an E6750 with fantastic success.

If you upgrade to a quad on the other hand, you'll probably see some overclock benefits with the P5E.
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Hey thanks for help me but that settings didn't work for me i set all voltage on
vcore=1.40000
cpu pll=1.58
fsb T=1.38
dram=2.14(i try 2.0 didn't work)
north= 1.35
south= auto

i can run 3.2 no more

the error say error overclocking
may be i have to upgrade the bios my bios is 303
can you give me one more specific settings because im noob on this..PLEASE!!!

Hey, those are my settings:
-FSB: 378
-CMOS Ratio: 9
-vCore: 1.38125
-FSB: 1.4v
-RAM: 908MHz
-Timings: 5-5-5-15 1T the rest on auto
-RAM voltage: 2.06v
-CPU PLL voltage: auto
-Loadline calibration enabled
-Transaction Booster: disabled with relax level set to 0
-North Bridge: auto
-South Bridge: auto

Also, I noticed that sometimes, the board will not post with some settings, the way around is to load your BIOS defaults, save, re-enter the BIOS setup and then try your settings again. Because for instance I couldn't run my RAM at DDR2 908 once, the PC would turn on, the fans will accelerate but nothing else. I would force it off, then I would get an overclocking failure upon starting up, and then would load BIOS defaults and enter my new settings.
    
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post #84 of 2014
Anybody know what a safe North Bridge voltage would be for my board? So far its at 1.31, but I want to go higher.
post #85 of 2014
Finally i can run my overcklok stable on 3.2ghz ram 960mhz 4 4 4 12
my setting is:
FSB Frequebcy 400 x 8= 3.2ghz
Ram 961mhz 4 4 4 12
Ai clock twister =strong
T Booster=AUTO
Vcore=1.50000v.
cpu pll=1.78
Fsb v.=1.38
Dram v.=2.20
NB V.=1.43
SOUTH=AUTO
CPU GTL=0.63
NB=0.67
CPU AND PCIE spread disabled

run orthos for 7hrs stable
also play my games cod4 and bf2142 stable.
thanks a lot for the help im going to try another frequency later and i let u know guys... thanks again...

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post #86 of 2014
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Anybody know what a safe North Bridge voltage would be for my board? So far its at 1.31, but I want to go higher.
can run a 515 FSB at 1.43v to the NB. The board can also do 450 FSB with 1.35v. so I would recommend trying 1.35v and you wont have anything to worry about.
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Currently, I have 320FSB
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Currently, I have 320FSB
Then I dont suspect your NB voltage to be the problem. Ypur instability could be due to ram running impropper timings/voltages, or your CPU vcore is not enough to run your OC. Did you set the load line calibration to minimize cdroop (the voltage drom when the CPU is under load)?
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Anybody know what a safe North Bridge voltage would be for my board? So far its at 1.31, but I want to go higher.
As long as your temps are good, you can go up to 1.95V if you want. I called ASUS and asked for their info for Inte's specs on the X38 max voltage, and he said that they have 1.95V, which is quite insane.
He also mentioned that the temps will kill the NB.......so keep the temps below 50C and you're all good. Anything higher than that will most likely cause MCH instability.
I have a 120mm fan going over the memory and NB, angled and wedged between the 24-pin ATX PSU cable and my graphics card......


A little update on my settings. I'm stable at 470 FSB for SuperPi 32M (the memory was holding me back before).

I'm going to run Prime95 a little later, but I already ran it for 2 hours and it failed on two cores after 2h15m............but I think that was due to lack of NBV.

My NB is INSANELY voltage hungry, as many others whom I've spoken with at XS forums. I run 1.65V in the BIOS, and anything below that it unstable. I may even need 1.67V to keep stable over 2 hours in Prime blended.....this translates to 1.66V actual.

BTW the key to getting me stable at 470 FSB with my quad is running the AI Clock Twister at light and trans booster disabled, relax 2. This takes quite a bit of memory performance off, but it still ends up being much faster than 423x9 due to the increase in MCH performance through a higher FSB.

ericeod: I sure hope the next BIOS allows tRD fine tuning like the Rampage! That will save me from losing all this performance from trans booster relax...
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Then I dont suspect your NB voltage to be the problem. Ypur instability could be due to ram running impropper timings/voltages, or your CPU vcore is not enough to run your OC. Did you set the load line calibration to minimize cdroop (the voltage drom when the CPU is under load)?
Yes, I did that.
Ram is 2.2v @ 1066MHz
E2200 is stable @ 3.18Ghz , not stable @ 3.2GHz
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