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523 x 9@4.7......... post........... desktop............BSOD!!! I'm gonna get there!!! I hope. Gotta go fiddle with it...
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Holy crap...4.7, that is nuts!
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Well I turn llc off and yeah the MCH is fine it acts the same with 1.34v(it doesn't seem to like 1.3v though).

I have run the volts up to 1.468v(in windows under load its at 1.39v) and still can't get it stable. Its sad that my blood iron could push this chip further....I have to be missing something.
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Well I turn llc off and yeah the MCH is fine it acts the same with 1.34v(it doesn't seem to like 1.3v though).

I have run the volts up to 1.468v(in windows under load its at 1.39v) and still can't get it stable. Its sad that my blood iron could push this chip further....I have to be missing something.
If I remember correctly at 1.3vmch there was a bad spot or the board didnt like it. I think most ran it above that just a tad (if I remember right).

The E8400 should oc very easily with this board. It may be something else. Maybe ram voltage needs a little bumb.

I personally when I had my E8400 left llc enabled. I ran about 1.35vcore and didnt have any issues running it like that for a good 6 months before it got put in another system where its still running flawlessly today.

But to each there own.


EDIT: Oh and I dont remember but I think the percentages need adjustment for that cpu. Needs to be about 64% I think on the cpu settings, theres two of them forgot what they are called lol. Its what like 68% for 65nm guys and 64 or 63 for the 45nm.
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Installed my new q9550 and dark knight (pretty!), booted once, rebooted, set to 400 fsb, got it to 3.4 under 1.2 volts. I tried a jump w/o warrant to 4.0 setting vcore to 1.3 and MCH to 1.22 and it wouldn't post. Now I need to actually try and read and stuff.
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Good Luck with it.

edit: Interesting fact, ACHILEE5 gave me my 35 rep point so i could buy and sell on OCN. Looks like we have known each other longer than i thought
Edited by BradleyW - 8/13/09 at 5:15am
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Well I turn llc off and yeah the MCH is fine it acts the same with 1.34v(it doesn't seem to like 1.3v though).

I have run the volts up to 1.468v(in windows under load its at 1.39v) and still can't get it stable. Its sad that my blood iron could push this chip further....I have to be missing something.
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Ok basically I know my E8400 is capable of 4.6ghz for benching and 4.45ghz stable. But no matter what I do I can't get it to hold stable over 4.28ghz in this board. I am betting its something needing more volts but I am not sure what. I know I am giving the cpu more than enough. I bumped the MCH to 1.5v. Everything else is on auto, what else should I be messing with?(I turned on the LLC as well)
For the 4.25/4.3 range set your Term about .03/.04v lower than the V-core setting. I have not see anywhere your mentioning the Term setting. Get that voltage to the correct relationship with the V-core and the MCH should cooperate much better
Edited by dennyb - 8/13/09 at 6:38am
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Good Luck with it.

edit: Interesting fact, ACHILEE5 gave me my 35 rep point so i could buy and sell on OCN. Looks like we have known each other longer than i thought
Yep, I'm nice like that
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I will be getting my UD3P tomorrow and plan on trying to get it set up this weekend along with moving everything to my Antec 900 case.

Just curious on if I should change any settings in BIOS immediately when booting for the first time at stock settings? I know I will be asking for some help when I start to OC beings this BIOS has a lot more settings to tweak than my ASUS board does.

Oh ya, and I know that I should get 1066 RAM at least if I really want to OC past 3.6ghz...just waiting to see if I can get a good deal here on a set of 2x2GB.

Also, off topic of the board, but wondering if anyone knows off hand here......I have Vista OEM installed now. I know you are not supposed to swap out boards with OEM. I do have a Retail Key also though. If I do not switch the Key in Vista before swapping out the board, would it still boot to windows and work or will it tell me I need a retail key. I can post this in the Windows forum if needed, but thought I would ask here along with my other questions.
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I will be getting my UD3P tomorrow and plan on trying to get it set up this weekend along with moving everything to my Antec 900 case.

Just curious on if I should change any settings in BIOS immediately when booting for the first time at stock settings? I know I will be asking for some help when I start to OC beings this BIOS has a lot more settings to tweak than my ASUS board does.

Oh ya, and I know that I should get 1066 RAM at least if I really want to OC past 3.6ghz...just waiting to see if I can get a good deal here on a set of 2x2GB.

Also, off topic of the board, but wondering if anyone knows off hand here......I have Vista OEM installed now. I know you are not supposed to swap out boards with OEM. I do have a Retail Key also though. If I do not switch the Key in Vista before swapping out the board, would it still boot to windows and work or will it tell me I need a retail key. I can post this in the Windows forum if needed, but thought I would ask here along with my other questions.
Congrats on the board and welcome to the thread. You will find plenty of support here. Hereis the best thing to do when first booting the board

load Optimum Defaults--Set PCIe to 100--Set ram timings-- set DRAM voltage--go to Integrated Peripherals-enable all USB settings(they are at the bottom of the page)--go to Advanced BIOS Features,init display-select PEG
also the boot order will need attention

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