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I too am looking to clock my chip at 3.6GHz to run the 1:1 FSB:RAM ratio. Lowering the multiplier would clock your chip at 3.2 GHz while still keeping your ratio at 1:1, but I was under the impression that the e6600 conroe's had a locked 9x multiplier.

Although we are running different boards, I'm interested in what you are setting your Vcore, RAM, NB, SB, HT etc. at to get your 3.6Ghz stable. I keep getting errors at bootup, and can't get into windows, I've tried all the recommended settings, with no success.
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sorry but i dont think you`ll get past 2.7 with that board.
i had one of them when i first got my conroe and 2.7 was the highest i could get before getting errors.luckily it died fairly quickly and the shop i bought it from allowed me to upgrade. you may be able to get more with a new bios so you could try to update it by getting the new bios from asus's website then using asus update to reflash it from windows but this there is always the possibilty that it will faill and kill the board
as long as you have that board your gonna have problems sorry to be the bearer of bad news dood.

if your sticking with that board and i`m correct in thinking that your ram is 1066mhz i`m sure you should be running well any way. at presant you should be running your parts at stock giving you a 2:1 ratio which is actually better than 1:1 but largly un-documented due to the fact that there is no ram fast enuff to give a 2:1 ratio once you start bumping the FSB up

Edit. run your ram at 533 mhz for a 2:1 divider
Edited by urbtree - 5/21/08 at 5:10am
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