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because im trying to overclock my cpu Q6600 to 3.2 some one gave me this setting from here

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Q6600 GO 2.4
GA P35 DS3P
1950xt 256mb
1X1 2GB Crucial ballistix tracer PC DRR2 8500
500GB
750WATT psu

Advanced BIOS Features
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) Disable
CPU Thermal Monitor 2(TM2) Disable
CPU EIST Function (Note) Disable

MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)
CPU Host Clock Control Enabled
x CPU Host Frequency (Mhz) 360
PCI Express Frequency (Mhz) 100
System Memory Multiplier (SPD) 800

System Voltage Control
DDR2 OverVoltage Control: +0.4v
PCI-E OverVoltage Control [Normal]
FSB OverVoltage Control +0.1 (might need +0.2 when running 400 FSB)
(G)MCH OverVoltage Control +0.1
CPU Voltage Control 1.30v - 1.35v

ok now the problem is when i went to system voltage control this is what i see

System Voltage Control
DDR2 OverVoltage Control: +0.4v ----- I only c this option +0.5v and up +0.10 list goes op

PCI-E OverVoltage Control [Normal]

Now here is problem because when i enter this section only see +0.5 numbers the number that dude gave me for system voltage doesnt match on my bios

FSB OverVoltage Control +0.1 ----- i see here +0.5 same here list goes up

(G)MCH OverVoltage Control +0.1 ------ i see here 0.025 and it goes up 0.050

CPU Voltage Control 1.30v - 1.35v -----i see 1.30000v i had to scroll down this is right one right? highest i see is 2.35000v

as you can on bios system voltage option all i see is +0.5 1.3000v numbers that guy told me use +0.1 on FSB overvoltage control but i dont see +0.1 there all i see +0.025 and list number goes up as i scroll down.
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post #2 of 10
yes I have one and love it. what rev is yours?

I would leave the PCI-e at normal for now
I also would leave the ram at normal voltage as well and adjust the strap accordingly to keep the memory at its stock Mhz and volts for now
start with getting the cpu clocked and tested then start to work on the ram

the voltages amounts go up from their stock settings then + the.xx amount. so if stock 1v then +0.265 would make it 1.265v just an example

I ma not super familiar with the Q6600's limitations, but I would find out what you can get out of it with out changing the voltages first

NOTE: make sure you set voltage controls to manual otherwise the board will compensate and it may not always be what you what to happen.

possibly try these settings

Advanced BIOS Features
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) Disable
CPU Thermal Monitor 2(TM2) Disable
CPU EIST Function (Note) Disable

MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)
CPU clock ratio [X9]
X CPU host frequency 333
PCI Express Frequency (Mhz) [auto] defult is 100Mhz
C.I.A. 2 [disabled]
performance enhance [standard]
system memory SPD [3.0]
-set the timings to what ever your rams stock timings are if you know them if not leave it on auto.
*******system voltage optimized*******
system voltage control [manual]

leave everything at first on normal. and try it out it the over clock fails try boosting the CPU voltage up one notch and try booting again right under the CPU voltage control it shows the normal CPU voltage write it down if need be,
the CPU voltage shows up and its actually voltage unlike the other items show up as just + .xx DO NOT put the CPU voltage over 1.55v unless you want it to have an short life I know it goes to 2.350 but thats just too much.

if i remember correctly this board will reset its self (after 20 seconds) to stock settings if the overclock fails.

remember to watch your temps and check for stability

I have not overvolted anything on mine and am running my E4500 at 3.0~ and all is stable

if anyone has anything to add or something needs correcting please let me Know
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post #3 of 10
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Originally Posted by dmbjohn View Post
yes I have one and love it. what rev is yours?

I would leave the PCI-e at normal for now
I also would leave the ram at normal voltage as well and adjust the strap accordingly to keep the memory at its stock Mhz and volts for now
start with getting the cpu clocked and tested then start to work on the ram

the voltages amounts go up from their stock settings then + the.xx amount. so if stock 1v then +0.265 would make it 1.265v just an example

I ma not super familiar with the Q6600's limitations, but I would find out what you can get out of it with out changing the voltages first

NOTE: make sure you set voltage controls to manual otherwise the board will compensate and it may not always be what you what to happen.

possibly try these settings

Advanced BIOS Features
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) Disable
CPU Thermal Monitor 2(TM2) Disable
CPU EIST Function (Note) Disable

MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)
CPU clock ratio [X9]
X CPU host frequency 333
PCI Express Frequency (Mhz) [auto] defult is 100Mhz
C.I.A. 2 [disabled]
performance enhance [standard]
system memory SPD [3.0]
-set the timings to what ever your rams stock timings are if you know them if not leave it on auto.
*******system voltage optimized*******
system voltage control [manual]

leave everything at first on normal. and try it out it the over clock fails try boosting the CPU voltage up one notch and try booting again right under the CPU voltage control it shows the normal CPU voltage write it down if need be,
the CPU voltage shows up and its actually voltage unlike the other items show up as just + .xx DO NOT put the CPU voltage over 1.55v unless you want it to have an short life I know it goes to 2.350 but thats just too much.

if i remember correctly this board will reset its self (after 20 seconds) to stock settings if the overclock fails.

remember to watch your temps and check for stability

I have not overvolted anything on mine and am running my E4500 at 3.0~ and all is stable

if anyone has anything to add or something needs correcting please let me Know
I just tryed those setting without changing any system voltage it doesnt boot at all i had reset cmos. maybe i need to update my bios maybe?
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post #4 of 10
1st things first . No one can tell you what or how exactly to oc your system because every system is different.

No one can tell you what will fix it or whatever, you need to start at step 1 read the noob guide to ocing an intel . Its better off you read it cause half the stuff people tell you to do you will not understand why or the effect it has.

For you as a beginner you should set the ram to a 1:1 ratio turn off power saving features lock your pci freq to 100 set the vcore to standard voltage for your cpu and start upping your fsb, if you have a goal thats the way i approached my oc.
    
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Originally Posted by smokinbonz View Post
1st things first . No one can tell you what or how exactly to oc your system because every system is different.

No one can tell you what will fix it or whatever, you need to start at step 1 read the noob guide to ocing an intel . Its better off you read it cause half the stuff people tell you to do you will not understand why or the effect it has.

For you as a beginner you should set the ram to a 1:1 ratio turn off power saving features lock your pci freq to 100 set the vcore to standard voltage for your cpu and start upping your fsb, if you have a goal thats the way i approached my oc.
how you set ram ratio 1.1?
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In my gigabyte mobo you just change the ram divider , in the bios i believe n the MIT it says system memory speed or something like that. If you havent already read this It will help.

There seems to be an awful lot of people who i dont belive read the beginner guides. Even though you wont understand alot of what your reading youll get the basics at the leve that suites you
    
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post #7 of 10
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well I just try several setting still doesn't boot

MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)
CPU Host Clock Control Enabled
x CPU Host Frequency (Mhz) 333
PCI Express Frequency (Mhz) 100
System Memory Multiplier (SPD) 800 and 667

System Voltage Control
DDR2 OverVoltage Control: default
PCI-E OverVoltage Control [Normal]
FSB OverVoltage Control +0.5
(G)MCH OverVoltage Control +0.025
CPU Voltage Control 1.30v and 1.340v
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Q9550GO GA P35 DS3P amd 6850 4 GB PC2 DDR2 8500 
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post #8 of 10
I have a DS3L not a DS3P, but it should be the same BIOS.

1. You have hit ctrl-f1 on the main BIOS screen right? It enables the overclocking options.
2. When you set your system memory multiplier it gives you a number between 1 and 4, right? This number is twice the value of the FSB-RAM divider ratio. So to set the memory to 1:1, choose "2.0". "4.0" would be setting RAM to twice the FSB clock, for comparison.
3. The way to start is to revert to factory settings; set everything to manual -without changing from the automatically set values-; deactivate the power saving features that interfere; set the divider to "2.0" as above to get your memory out of the way of the overclock; then start slowly raising your FSB and testing in 5-Mhzish steps.
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post #9 of 10
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Schroedinger View Post
I have a DS3L not a DS3P, but it should be the same BIOS.

1. You have hit ctrl-f1 on the main BIOS screen right? It enables the overclocking options.
2. When you set your system memory multiplier it gives you a number between 1 and 4, right? This number is twice the value of the FSB-RAM divider ratio. So to set the memory to 1:1, choose "2.0". "4.0" would be setting RAM to twice the FSB clock, for comparison.
3. The way to start is to revert to factory settings; set everything to manual -without changing from the automatically set values-; deactivate the power saving features that interfere; set the divider to "2.0" as above to get your memory out of the way of the overclock; then start slowly raising your FSB and testing in 5-Mhzish steps.
its not working
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Q9550GO GA P35 DS3P amd 6850 4 GB PC2 DDR2 8500 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
2X500GB raid 0 Window Vista Ultimate 64 bit 24 inch PCP 750 watt 
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Antec 900 
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Q9550GO GA P35 DS3P amd 6850 4 GB PC2 DDR2 8500 
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post #10 of 10
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come on some one help me out here
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Q9550GO GA P35 DS3P amd 6850 4 GB PC2 DDR2 8500 
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