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What processor were you using that maxed @ 3.45?
I was using the Q6700 2.66ghz.
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I don't know if you care or not, if not please feel free to disregard this message. Why don't you consider grabbing a q9650 off eBay. They can be had for like <70 shipped nowadays. It SERIOUSLY breathes some life into these old-school 775 boards. I play GTA V and Black Ops 2 for hours after work with 0 lag/stuttering thanks to q9650 @ 3.5ghz and my 750 Ti SC. Dude, it's night and day from the q6600 I used to use. I can honestly even go so far to say that everyday performance (obviously not benchmarks), its up to bar with my i7 2600 system at work.
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I realize this is an old thread but I just gave an old P5N-D/Q9550/GTX 295 (yes, I will upgrade this eventually) setup to a friend. She was having a few problems with it:

1. There was strange horizontal static that is appearing on the screen that usually goes away temporarily when turning on/off the display.

2. Lock ups. To the point of the screen going into power-down mode and having to do a hard reset.

I just noticed I was using 2.1v DDR2 in it. I think I had it set too low, or on auto. I just bumped up the voltage manually to 2.11v. Could this be what was causing the problem? Wouldn't auto set the correct voltage?

Also, what's the most cost effective upgrade for a videocard I could put in there? I was thinking on waiting for the RX480 and see how that does. Either that or I could pick up a GTX 960.

Once I have the problems sorted out I'll try getting it stable @ 3.4GHz. I might even do the pencil mod on it.
Edited by Wag - 6/9/16 at 10:29pm
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I realize this is an old thread but I just gave an old P5N-D/Q9550/GTX 295 (yes, I will upgrade this eventually) setup to a friend. She was having a few problems with it:

1. There was strange horizontal static that is appearing on the screen that usually goes away temporarily when turning on/off the display.

2. Lock ups. To the point of the screen going into power-down mode and having to do a hard reset.

I just noticed I was using 2.1v DDR2 in it. I think I had it set too low, or on auto. I just bumped up the voltage manually to 2.11v. Could this be what was causing the problem? Wouldn't auto set the correct voltage?

Also, what's the most cost effective upgrade for a videocard I could put in there? I was thinking on waiting for the RX480 and see how that does. Either that or I could pick up a GTX 960.

Once I have the problems sorted out I'll try getting it stable @ 3.4GHz. I might even do the pencil mod on it.
Setting everything on auto should let the PC run fine.
There are a few things you can do.
1. Check to make sure you have the latest BIOS.
2. Try a different PSU to make sure the PSU is not failing. If you have a PSU tester then you should also try that.
3. Double check all your connections, especially power connections. Re-seat them all.
4. Check the video card to make sure it is working correctly, try a different video card if you have one to try....
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Setting everything on auto should let the PC run fine.
There are a few things you can do.
1. Check to make sure you have the latest BIOS.
2. Try a different PSU to make sure the PSU is not failing. If you have a PSU tester then you should also try that.
3. Double check all your connections, especially power connections. Re-seat them all.
4. Check the video card to make sure it is working correctly, try a different video card if you have one to try....

I had everything set on auto, (at least for a while) and she said it was still locking up. It wasn't until I t switched the RAM to 2.11v manually that it appears the problems went away (at least for the moment), I also boosted the fan setting to performance mode. I changed the output on the videocard from DVI to VGA as well (bad cable?).

Maybe some cards got loose during transport. If the problems return I will start removing them one by one.

I think I have a spare power supply sitting around somewhere too.

Thanks for your help.
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I had everything set on auto, (at least for a while) and she said it was still locking up. It wasn't until I t switched the RAM to 2.11v manually that it appears the problems went away (at least for the moment), I also boosted the fan setting to performance mode. I changed the output on the videocard from DVI to VGA as well (bad cable?).

Maybe some cards got loose during transport. If the problems return I will start removing them one by one.

I think I have a spare power supply sitting around somewhere too.

Thanks for your help.
Let me know how it all works out and what the problem was if you figure it out.
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Let me know how it all works out and what the problem was if you figure it out.

Well, apparently the monitor interference (horizontal static) and the lock-ups (monitor stuck in power-save mode, requires a hard reset) has returned, even with the VGA cable. I don't think there's anything wrong with the monitor because I tried various other sources and I had no problems (at least for the short time I was using it).

I will start replacing components one by one now. PITA for such an old machine. First thing I will do is put in one of my SLI'd 980Tis in and see what happens.

It was working fine at my house (although I hadn't used it regularly for years, so I can't really say). The only significant thing I did was upgrade it from Vista to Win10. All my drivers are recent. I'm really at a loss now.
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Well, apparently the monitor interference (horizontal static) and the lock-ups (monitor stuck in power-save mode, requires a hard reset) has returned, even with the VGA cable. I don't think there's anything wrong with the monitor because I tried various other sources and I had no problems (at least for the short time I was using it).

I will start replacing components one by one now. PITA for such an old machine. First thing I will do is put in one of my SLI'd 980Tis in and see what happens.

It was working fine at my house (although I hadn't used it regularly for years, so I can't really say). The only significant thing I did was upgrade it from Vista to Win10. All my drivers are recent. I'm really at a loss now.

Have you tested the PSU and what brand is it? The PSU might be starting to fail. Also double check the connections for the graphics card.

My P5ND is sitting in my closet collecting dust right now. It is partially gutted but I could easily throw some parts in it and (hopefully) get it up and running.
I should do that just to upgrade to Windows 10 on that machine as it is currently still on windows 7. I was able to push the CPU to 3.3ghz which is almost 1 ghz over the bclck.
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Have you tested the PSU and what brand is it? The PSU might be starting to fail. Also double check the connections for the graphics card.

My P5ND is sitting in my closet collecting dust right now. It is partially gutted but I could easily throw some parts in it and (hopefully) get it up and running.
I should do that just to upgrade to Windows 10 on that machine as it is currently still on windows 7. I was able to push the CPU to 3.3ghz which is almost 1 ghz over the bclck.

It's an old OCZ 1010w PS I think. I think I have an old Rosewill 500w PS lying around somewhere. Should do the job even with a single 980Ti.
Edited by Wag - 6/12/16 at 11:01am
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It's an old OCZ PS I think. I think I have another one lying around somewhere, god knows if it's recent enough to have the proper connections tho.

When it's running it's running well on Win10, only thing lacking is the old videocard- I have to force it to Flash video for smooth playback in YT 1080p. Even at 2.8GHz it's pretty zippy. I had it running at 3.4GHz on air before with the stock fan- same problems so it's probably not the overclock. It's got to be something else.

Oops, sorry for the double post.
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