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Hello everyone,

this is my first built PC. Can you just go over my data in Bios and see if i need to make any changes... am using a q6600 with ddr3 heres my info.

Frequency settins
CPU 3000 (333x9)
FSB 1333
Pci-e 1,2,3= auto (100)
spp<->mcp auto(200)

HT MULT
spp->mcp 5x
mcp<-spp 5x

Spread spectrum settings
CPU= disabled
HT=Auto
Pci-e spp= disabled
Pci-e mcp= auto
SATA=Down spread

FSB memory clock mode = unlinked

FSB (qdr)mhz 1333
mem(ddr) 1333

Memory timing DDR3

tcl 9
trcd 9
trp 9
tras 24
command per clock(cmd) 1t

Advanced memory settings

trrd 4
trc 33
twr 12
twtr16
tfaw 21
tref 7.7us

CPU config
limit cpuid maxval= disabled
speedstep= disabled
ppm mode- Native mode
CPU thermal control=disabled
c1e= disabled
execute disable bit= enable
virtualization technology= enable
CPU core= enable

System voltage
CPU core= 1.4
CPU FSB= 1.4
memory = auto current value 1.5
spp= 1.4
mcp= auto current value 1.5



Thank you for reading through... please give me your suggestion or changes i need to make..

Thanks in advance!!!
Edited by dan12288 - 5/25/08 at 1:57pm
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It looks good. Have you run Prime95 yet to test stability? I usually just run it overnight, and if it's still running in the morning, it's stable. I start with voltages on auto until I get a stable speed. Then I lower voltages a little at a time, testing overnight stability for each one. I wrote out a list of all the voltage settings, and that way I could skip a few if I was rushing it, and just check off whatever passed. Took me a few days, but I'm rock solid now. Although I'm thinking about stepping back down to 3.0GHz just to get a little cooler.
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by the way how long does prime95 take to finish... and if it shows that its not stable would it let me know what? by the way i ran it for 3 hours and it was fine..
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Seagate 7200.11 sata 2x(500gb) & 750gb Sony dvd/cd rom and Emprex dvd combo XP 32 bit Samsung 2253lw (21.6 inch) 
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As far as I can tell it goes infinitely. It keeps running longer threads and then starts over when it gets to the end. If it crashes and restarts like my computer did, I honestly couldn't tell you where to find the error. The trick is to only change one thing at a time. So if it runs flawlessly for 12 hours on 333x9, then all you change is the voltage and it restarts after 45 minutes, then your voltage is the problem, so try the next one on the list.
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