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The EP35 should be similar to my board. Try this. Set the fsb/ram to 2.00. That's 1:1.
Timings. 5-5-5-15. PCIE - 100. DDR2 + 0.4v. FSB +0.1. And MCH +0.2v. That should allow you to play around with the FSB and vcore and have some stability to get the higher clocks.
    
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1.3625v is the official Intel maximum recommended voltage for the 45nm Wolfdales. I would set this value in the bios, then try upping to the maximum stable FSB at that voltage. The ram voltage should be increased to 2.0v or 2.1v to help stability. The other voltages could be left on auto. I use the lowest voltage settings on all other functions and achieve 4.1 GHz @ 1.3625v with my Xeon E3110/P5K-D/Crucial B. On some motherboards you might have to increase the NB and SB voltage for stability. Other than for testing, I would not exceed cpu 1.3625v for 24/7 use.

MY BIOS SETTINGS:

513 FSB x 8 = 4.1 GHz

CPU - 1.3625v
Ram - 2.0v (5-5-5-15 @ 1026 MHz)
VTT - 1.1v
PLL - 1.5v
NB - 1.25v
SB - 1.05v
NBGTL - .61x
CPUGTL - Auto

Load line calibration - enabled (voltage damper)
Overcharge voltage - disabled
C1E/Speedstep/Eist - enabled
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Ok, I tried what you said, and at max suggested voltage I can only get to 3.3Ghz!
Does my CPU just suck? Or is there a way to get it to 3.8 - 4.0?
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Intel E7200 max boot clock is 4.0 - 4.25 gig you'll need about 1.34 Vcore to achieve this speed but these chip run great at 3.6 or 3.8 they run at the same as a E8400 at the same speed.

You Vcore at stock is very low to low in fact the lowest i got my v core was 1.025 at was at 2.4 gig under clocking it but when i went to 3.6 i need about 1.27 vcore but 3.8 needs alot higher same as the 4 or 4.25
post #15 of 36
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I figured out the problem, I just fail at overclocking. -_-
I can't get the thing to boot up past 3.1Ghz without giving me a BSOD on Windows or saying that the BIOS is corrupt.
I think I'm just going to leave it at this, since apparently my hardware hates me D:
EDIT:
I just failed the Orthos test on my memory; but CPU seems to be fine.
/cuts wrists.
Edited by chris062689 - 6/22/08 at 5:38am
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That should be able to get to the magical 4 gig on the P35 motherboard. If you are that worry RMA i would set ram to 5-5-5-15 very loose timings lower the multi to 6x and see what your highest FSB is you might just be hitting a black hole on your motherboard.

I should easliy handle 1600QDR.

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So I should try lowering my Multi and raising my FSB?
Is there any cons to this? (Other than I hear it requires more voltage.)
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So I should try lowering my Multi and raising my FSB?
Is there any cons to this? (Other than I hear it requires more voltage.)
He wants you to figure out your highest FSB, you will have a stopping point for reference. Once you figure out how how you can go with the FSB, clock down and try upping the FSB with the multi maxed out.
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Well; it appears the closest thing to stable I can get is 3.2Ghz.
I've been running an ORTHOS test, and it seems fine.
I just don't know what's holding me back..
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I've tried all of your suggestions, it's just seems past 3.2Ghz :turd: hits the fan! lol
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