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522 FSB on a Quad.

These boards are very hard to come by though, believe me, I've tried.
I wish I knew how much NB voltage was used for the 520 FSB. I'm using an MCW30 chipset cooler, which seems to get me lower then usual voltage for stable FSB OCs. With my E6600, I'm running a 515 FSB with 1.43v to the NB.
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Wow... I think my E6600 just died. Not even lying. I'm folding, and all of a sudden my computer just powers off. I tried restarting it and it froze up at the post screen. Now I can't even get it to post. I hear no beeps or anything.
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This really sucks because I don't want to have to try different ram, or a different cpu or vid card. I have the parts to do it, but I don't want to have to start pulling stuff out.
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I would think the ram is the issue before the CPU. I have yet to see a CPU go out without.


As I am tying this quick reply, I see you have Ballistix. I would pull all but 1 stick out and see if it boots. If not try a different one. If you are eventually able to boot, Memtest the sticks.
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Same thing happened to my Ballistix... ran fine, then one day I woke up and my PC was off, then it wouldnt boot. So I took 1 stick out, still no. Put the other stick in, and it booted... so one stick just randomly died.
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Well now it makes a long painful beep when I load up. If I take the video card out, I don't hear the beep.
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