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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=769146

i had it stable @ 3.8ghz with HT enabled @ 1.344 volts under load, but felt the average idle/load temps were too high, so i backed it down to 3.51 ghz @ 1.24 volts, and my temps have yet to peak 60c.

i gotta say, this is my first asrock board, after several years of gigabyte/asus, i have to say, this board has surpassed all expectations.

i could have def spent more on a board that barely had the features of the asrock p55 pro, but i didn't need too

the biggest buying point this board, was the cooler combo option, as trying to find a 1156 bracket for my dark knight has proven to be damn near impossible, and i wasn't in the mood to buy a new cooler, and i am actual quite glad i didn't, cause i was looking at the megahalem/shadow, and there is no way i would have been able to install that monster, with the ram/pci-e/mosfet heatsinks being so close to the socket, and this isn't limited to the asrock boards, i was at Microcenter the other day, and looked at a few evga's and gigabytes p55's and they seem to have the cramped area as well, only on the very high end p55's this seems to have been "corrected".

so like i said, i am glad i purchased this motherboard, instead of the gigabyte p55 ud3l/r that newegg had for the same price, cause this board just ROCKS!
transhour,

When and if you have some time would you mind posting or PM me some BIOS settings you have used on your P55 Extreme. I can't seem to get my i5 750 past 3.5 without getting the dark blue screen of death. Messing with the voltages scare me and other than the CPU and DDR voltages I am not sure how high to go on the others like PLL for instance. Alot of these settings are foriegn to me after converting from AMD. Should I use the overclocking software? or ???

I wish motherboard manuafactures would call all BIOS settings the same thing becasse I have owned over 50 motherboards in the past few years and it seems each one calls the same things something different. Just when I think I have some setting figured out on one board they name something "overhill cow tippping" or something crazy.

I waqs just hoping since you have the same board you might give me some pointers or point me to a guide.... I have googled but can't seem to find where anyone has explained these settings for this board and how to use them to overclock without frying.

Thanks
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in the cpu tab, i have the without vdroop turned on.

cpu ratio: turbo
bclk: 190 (i only have a 20x multi with turbo) gives me 3.8ghz
i have the 8 multi for ram( so my ram is 760 mhz)

voltages:
cpu: 1.36875 (in bios, in windows 1.344)
vtt: 1.369 (this is your "fsb" i've noticed it has to be close to what you have your vcore at)
dram: 1.615
pll: 1.820 (you have to turn it down, i am not a 100% sure what this is, but it helps temps if i turn it down.)
pch: 1.113 this is your "north/south bridge"

your votlages might require less than mine, since you do not have HyperThreading, i know if i turn of HT, i can go with lower voltages, but i do not remember the settings for those.
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Bump, I know theres more people with ASUS/ASrock boards.
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I just ordered an ASRock x58 extreme board from newegg. hopefully I can get up to 4ghz w/ it... dunno if Can. I'm picking up my i7 920 from microcenter tomorrow, and then the board and ram should be here before thursday
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I have the x58 Extreme. If you want pics I'll have to borrow someones camera
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I have the x58 Extreme. If you want pics I'll have to borrow someones camera
Alright. Sounds good, I'll put you on the list.
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Hey I think I'd like to fill the gap under ASUS P6TD Deluxe owners .
Regular not V2.
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can you guys get over 4ghz with the ASRock xtreme? i just want to get over 4ghz to have done it, then i'll probably run close to stock.
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can you guys get over 4ghz with the ASRock xtreme? i just want to get over 4ghz to have done it, then i'll probably run close to stock.
Yes, even with there EZ OC settings there is up to 4.3GHZ. One thing I suggest, is if you plan to run at stock, it will start at 1.2v, drop it down to 1.0v in the BIOS and turn off VDroop, turn off Vdroop either way.
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i've hit 4.2 ghz on my board, with HT on,but i was very close to 1.4 volts and i need a better cooler with those high of volts.

currently i have it running with 1.344 volts @ 3.8 ghz with HT and it never peaks 70c.

i think i do need to reseat my heatsink, cause there is a 5 degree difference between core 0/2 and core 1/3. which implies uneven heatsink or uneven thermal paste.
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