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post #21 of 29
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Ok well nothing is showing my volts right. All the programs say vcore/core voltage/CPU core voltage is at 1.3 or 1.35 even though its not at either, its at 1.325.
post #22 of 29
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Ok well its at 3.2 with the bios volt still set at 1.325, but in everest and cpu-z its showing 1.26 and 1.29 core voltages. Also, what about my ram? What or how do I overclock it? Its at 5-7-7-15, what does that mean?
post #23 of 29
for ram i think you put DRAM on manual and adjust the timings, say 1:1, etc. but whats weird to me is that you had to up your vcore for 3.2, mine is left stock at 1.312 and im stable at 3.2. Temps 32 idle, 50ish under load.
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post #24 of 29
You have to press ctrl + F1 in the bios to enable "advanced" features, such as user-adjustable ram timings. The lower volts is normal on P35 boards, it's called vdroop, you can attempt a pencil volt mod that could fix this somewhat, but it puts greater stress on your motherboards power regulation components. Just read what volts your getting idle and load and adjust your bios setting accordingly.
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Ok I have an e6750 C2D @ 2.88 right now with the stock voltage of 1.35.

Im a noob at overclocking CPUs so help me out.

Im not sure if its the summer heat or what but did overclocking from 2.66 to 2.88 make me jump +10C on idle than my original 32C at 2.66? will lowering my voltage help with any cooling?

Help me out with the overclocking and voltages please.

Thanks.
I'm running 3.33 Ghz on stock voltage on my E 6750. Temps are around 65 under Orthos load with a HOT room (30 degrees Celsius).

I *was* able to undervolt to about 1.25 while running at 2.9 Ghz.
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post #26 of 29
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Ok well I got my RAM timings to 5-5-5-15 1:1, is that good? Also overclocked my e6750 to 3.2 with a voltage of 1.28. The reason my volts went to 1.4 was because it was on auto voltage. This was all tested for 1 1/2 hours of Prime 95
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Ok well I got my RAM timings to 5-5-5-15 1:1, is that good? Also overclocked my e6750 to 3.2 with a voltage of 1.28. The reason my volts went to 1.4 was because it was on auto voltage. This was all tested for 1 1/2 hours of Prime 95
Yep, you've got it down now. Just keep increasing the clock speed, then voltage when needed, keep it stable, with volts under 1.5, and load temps under 65-70c.
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post #28 of 29
Looks good! Try to lower volts if possible, = less heat.
post #29 of 29
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Alright Ill try bumping it up. With Prime95 running, the load temps never went above 50C
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