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Stable @ 3.2 with 1.46v+ to keep it running ... why dont you keep that speed I guess you could do it, but it would crash running 100% cpu usage because psu doesn't provide enough power. Cheers!
You really dont understand man.Psu its not the problem,ok.You have 400 w psu,that thay R better for oc then some 600+.Ok.Quality is important,my psu its not like "wow" but its ok.How I was saying,we have DIFFERENT motherboards,and everything.
BTW I got stable 3.0 vcore 1.4
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Vcore setting varies. Full loaded, CPU-Z shows 1.46v, so I guess I could set it to this voltage, just be safe I set it one notch above, 1.48v I'll try 3.2 @ 1.50v soon.
That's needing a LOT of juice man. CPU-Z 1.46 volts is a lot! I'm running CPU-Z of 1.348v load and getting 3.1. Sure the temps won't get too high?
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I know my cpu is not that good @ OC compared to others have to pump that high to run @ 3.0

Set to 1.50v running 3.2, it crashed a few minutes in May try to increase north & south bridge each 1 more notch to see if it's ok, otherwise I'm happy @ 3.0
    
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cpu-z vcore on idle must be lower then 1.45,in bios put it on whatever till maybe 1.5,count on vdroop
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You may want to try some other BIOS revisions, doing a quick search it looks like some people have had better luck with the 0805 Beta BIOS.
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I have a 2180 and I have been doing some overclocking with it lately.

Current specs are in the sig and attached pictures I want to get higher but the temps are holding me back.

The highest vcore run so far was 1.500v in BIOS

Last one is 3DMark06 with my 7600GT non-vmodded at 623/773 clocks.




    
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Your RAM timings are horrendous and limiting your OC. There is no way 315mhz is that cpu's limit..You should be able to run 4-4-4-12-4-30-8-9-9-9 with less than 2.2v for your RAM..give it a try.
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Really I thought there was something strange about the overclocks and stability. So on my P5K-E those settings in that order?

The mobo get 370 FSB before I have to mess with voltages on NB/SB. Whats the highest benching FSB and voltages for this mobo with stock heatpipe and ram sinks on top mosfets.

Is 1.5v too much at this point and how high can I go really 1.55 or 1.60 vcore? I only need the chip for couple months then getting new set-up.
    
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Really I thought there was something strange about the overclocks and stability. So on my P5K-E those settings in that order?
Yes, they should be in that exact order. Make sure you set the vDIMM [ram voltage] to ~2.15-2.2v for the first try.. if boots then lower the voltage a notch and test with MemTest or Orthos blend, for stability.

*2 tips for a faster OC, use an older version of CPU-Z, and run the 'latency' test.. this test will show you the latency of the cpu and NB. The lower the latency, the faster the system.. Use Everest to compare the Read/Write/Latency scores each time you change the timings. Record the data to compare, and determine the best results. When tightening timings on RAM, if you reach a point where the timings just refuse to go any tighter.. raise the NBv a notch and try-try again. RAM latency is directly affected by the FSB strap and cpu multi, which adjust the speed of the NB, [in short, adding NBv helps ]

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The mobo get 370 FSB before I have to mess with voltages on NB/SB. Whats the highest benching FSB and voltages for this mobo with stock heatpipe and ram sinks on top mosfets.
450-500mhz FSB with all voltages maxxed and you had better have a fan or two on your mobo and RAM...but you would not really have anything to worry about. On extreme cooling.. those mobo's will see the under side of 600+mhz FSB.

*If i were you, I would rock it at whatever vcore is stable, if you are not worried about the cpu or a replacement.
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Thanks for the quick and detailed response I hope this is helping the guys thread I jacked sorry I am finished now. Good luck and happy overclocking to all.
    
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