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Hello, I am currently having problems achieving the OC that I want with my Q6700. It's stocked at 2.66GHZ and I would like to get it up to 3.2GHZ. Currently I am only able to achieve a FSB speed of 1198MHZ. The stock speed on the MSI P7N 750i I have is 1067MHZ. I have tried just about everything. I have set the Memory scaling the manual and put it aside so that it wouldn't scale with the Processor, I have changed the voltages accordingly, I just can't seem to break 1198MHZ FSB barrier. I am currently using a 10x CPU multiplier and have tried 9x on other settings. I am just at a loss of what to do...If you guys could give me any of your FSB and volt settings that would be great!

CPU stock volt : 1.3250
NB volt : 1.24
Mem volt : 1.9
FSB volt: 1.22 ( i think )
post #2 of 13
Raise you Vcore voltage a little 1.3500, 1.3750 etc watch your temps
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Just tried that, still have to reset the CMOS because it reports it's a bad overclock if i try to go over 1198 on the FSB...and i've tried a number of frequencies to see if it was just a dead zone 1206 1222 1256 1225 still no go...
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Dont know if it helps but with a pentium d 820 on that board i get suck at 252 fsb nothing i try will get it past that.
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That is crap, you should have no issues getting at least to 1333, try leaving all of your voltages, except the memory on auto. These boards are actually pretty good at picking decent voltages on their own.
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How can i leave them on auto? you mean just stock settings? because there is no option it seems on the voltage adjust for "auto" only +/- settings
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I am still just reaching 1198 as a barrier, i've even tried as far as 1600 with a 7x multi and still won't load
post #8 of 13
select an individual voltage and then scroll all the way up, you should see AUTO eventually.
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post #9 of 13
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do you mean scroll by +/- because all that does is get to the highest redline and then back to stock settings
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also, i just tried ntune, although i didn't want to, and I lowered the RAM freq to allow for some headroom and just tried to push the FSB past the 1198 barrier, but.....was again unsuccessful....
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