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post #11 of 30
Once you start getting into the higher voltages then you can turn it on, or if you somehow need it at 3.0, then sure.
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Once you start getting into the higher voltages then you can turn it on, or if you somehow need it at 3.0, then sure.
i see, i'll try the settings you gave and come back with some screenshots.
how much time do you suggest to run prime95 to know if it's stable?
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ok primetest is running, looks ok for now.
should i change the ram's speed or leave it at auto? it's currently at 400 from what i saw in cpuz
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This is great motherboard for everything, you'll be able to overclock a lot, and you don't need to increase voltages so much as usually.
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ok primetest is running, looks ok for now.
should i change the ram's speed or leave it at auto? it's currently at 400 from what i saw in cpuz
Leave the RAM alone until you're finished overclocking the CPU.
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ok after changing the following settings in the bios:
speedstep off
c1e off
loadline calibration off

fsb set to 333
cpu ratio to 9
cpu vcore 1.35000

i ran prime95 for about 2 hours and i think it worked fine, i attached 2 screens of cpu-z and coretemp when idling and another one during the test. temps seemed to peak at 54 on cores 1/2 and 47 on cores 3/4, are those temps alright?


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ok after changing the following settings in the bios:
speedstep off
c1e off
loadline calibration off

fsb set to 333
cpu ratio to 9
cpu vcore 1.35000

i ran prime95 for about 2 hours and i think it worked fine, i attached 2 screens of cpu-z and coretemp when idling and another one during the test. temps seemed to peak at 54 on cores 1/2 and 47 on cores 3/4, are those temps alright?
They're not great temps but as long as you're below 60 you're fine
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They're not great temps but as long as you're below 60 you're fine
yeah i thought they're abit high aswell, i think i'll be satisfied with 3ghz for now. should i do anything about the ram?
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post #19 of 30
Sure you can OC the RAM now if you want. It might gain you a slight (very slight) performance boost.
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post #20 of 30
With the 65nm CPUs (which the Q6600 is) you can enable loadline Calibration. It is only the 45nm CPUs that you dont want to use LLC. With it enabled, you will be able to stabalize your OC with a lower set voltage since the vdroop will not starve your CPU of the voltage it requires to stay stable.
Edited by ericeod - 12/13/08 at 9:13am
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