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fsb term at 1.4 lol go big or go home
why 1.4? im not trying to blow the thing i was joking.
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I agree I can pull 3.6Ghz on my Q6600 with FSB Term. 1.28v
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why 1.4? im not trying to blow the thing i was joking.
I think he was modeling that 1.26 off his own experience (his set up is similar to yours) but 1.4 is perfectly fine...I think. Ive used it when I was going for 4.2 stable and nothing exploded. but go ahead with 1.26.
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I think he was modeling that 1.26 off his own experience (his set up is similar to yours) but 1.4 is perfectly fine...I think. Ive used it when I was going for 4.2 stable and nothing exploded.
ok im priming right now with the settings ive collect from u guys if that dont work i will bump it to 1.4v and try that
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fsb term at 1.4 lol go big or go home
No its not that I model the voltage off my own (even though I have the same motherboard and CPU core...), I build P45 and X38/X48 setups with very similar settings, but NB voltage differs between P45 and X38/X48. Trust me on this please. To high of voltage causes instability. The voltage increase isnt for power, it is to clean up the signaling between the NB and the CPU. By running it too high, you are actually causing problems with the signaling. Thats why I've seen people running such high NB voltages to counter the effect. It is about a delicate balance, not brute force...

I run the following for my current 4.24GHz OC with 472 FSB on my Rampage Formula:

PLL: 1.52v
NB: 1.55v
FSB Termination: 1.26v


At 4.0GHz with 458 FSB I run:

PLL: 1.52v
NB: 1.47v
FSB Termination: 1.26v
Edited by ericeod - 2/19/09 at 8:42pm
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so far so good prime at test 3 no crashes yet

cpu voltage 1.41v
cpu ppl voltage 1.5v
north bridge voltage 1.51v
dram voltage 2.1v
fsb termination voltage 1.26v
loadline calibration enabled

temps havent exceeded 54c at 1.41v so
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No its not that I model the voltage off my own (even though I have the same motherboard and CPU core...), I build P45 and X38/X48 setups with very similar settings, but NB voltage differs between P45 and X38/X48. Trust me on this please. To high of voltage causes instability. The voltage increase isnt for power, it is to clean up the signaling between the NB and the CPU. By running it too high, you are actually causing problems with the signaling. Thats why I've seen people running such high NB voltages to counter the effect. It is about a delicate balance, not brute force...

I run the following for my current 4.24GHz OC with 472 FSB on my Rampage Formula:

PLL: 1.52v
NB: 1.55v
FSB Termination: 1.26v


At 4.0GHz with 458 FSB I run:

PLL: 1.52v
NB: 1.47v
FSB Termination: 1.26v
Agreed I run my at fsb termination voltage at 1.21v.
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post #58 of 98
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so far so good prime at test 3 no crashes yet

cpu voltage 1.41v
cpu ppl voltage 1.5v
north bridge voltage 1.51v
dram voltage 2.1v
fsb termination voltage 1.26v
loadline calibration enabled

temps havent exceeded 54c at 1.41v so
Is that voltage from the bios or in windows? If it's perfectly stable you should look into lowering it to see if you need all that voltage or not.
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No its not that I model the voltage off my own (even though I have the same motherboard and CPU core...), I build P45 and X38/X48 setups with very similar settings, but NB voltage differs between P45 and X38/X48. Trust me on this please. To high of voltage causes instability. The voltage increase isnt for power, it is to clean up the signaling between the NB and the CPU. By running it too high, you are actually causing problems with the signaling. Thats why I've seen people running such high NB voltages to counter the effect. It is about a delicate balance, not brute force...

I run the following for my current 4.24GHz OC with 472 FSB on my Rampage Formula:

PLL: 1.52v
NB: 1.55v
FSB Termination: 1.26v


At 4.0GHz with 458 FSB I run:

PLL: 1.52v
NB: 1.47v
FSB Termination: 1.26v
right now im testing with the settings i have if i can pass atleast a 30 minute run of prime 95 i will lower my voltages to the settings u have suggested i just want to make sure i can atleast get it stable for now.
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so far so good prime at test 3 no crashes yet

cpu voltage 1.41v
cpu ppl voltage 1.5v
north bridge voltage 1.51v
dram voltage 2.1v
fsb termination voltage 1.26v
loadline calibration enabled
I have compiled a lot of info on this board and other similar ASUS X38 boards.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...38-thread.html


I also recommend downloading and installing Everest from the first post. Unzip to a folder on your desktop and run the everest.exe file. Then click on Computer, then sensors. From there you can verify your voltages. I know my FSB termination voltage runs way undervolted. So when I set mine to 1.26v, it is actually running 1.18v. You can verify this the next time you go into bios. Just go to the Hardware monitor tab and check out the voltages!
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