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hey everyone, i seem to be having an issue. no matter what i do i cant get my system to post past 1500fsb. ive tried increasing the vcore, vtt, vfsb with no success.

im wondering if since this is an engineering sample processor that it has some defect that wont allow for a greater than 1500fsb post?

also interesting to note is that i was able to get it to post and boot windows at 1600 and 1610 a couple of times, however it immediately bsod and shut down.

any suggestions?
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Originally Posted by csosnowski View Post
hey everyone, i seem to be having an issue. no matter what i do i cant get my system to post past 1500fsb. ive tried increasing the vcore, vtt, vfsb with no success.

im wondering if since this is an engineering sample processor that it has some defect that wont allow for a greater than 1500fsb post?

also interesting to note is that i was able to get it to post and boot windows at 1600 and 1610 a couple of times, however it immediately bsod and shut down.

any suggestions?
The E6320 should be able to go up to 2100 - 2200 FSB pretty easily with the right settings. It might just be your board limiting you, or not enough CPU voltage or incorrect memory settings.
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this is where im lost, ive loosened the memory timings and also tried having them auto assigned, and i have read in places that some have had great success with quad cores in this same motherboard, like excess of 450 fsb.

using this reasoning, i am clueless as to why this particular combo is having some sort of issues.

ive used 1.45 vcore and 1.4 vtt also 1.4 vfsb and also 1.36 v nb trying to achieve anything over 1500. maybe i should increase these?

i can run at 1500fsb with stock voltages, i would assume that an increase of .25 volts would be sufficent to gain a measly 25mhz of fsb speed?

i have no concerns of heat, however i dont want to overvolt too much and cook the proc in the process.

maybe someone has had some experience with a combo similar to this or maybe point me in a direction of some info?
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Are you running the memory unlinked at stock speed? That might just be your solution.
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memory is running at its default 800mhz, so i would assume if the cpu is at 1500fsb then it would be unlinked. but at 1600fsb it would be linked 1:1, could that be my issue?

the ram specifies that it can go 1000@5-5-5-15, should i set the ram independant of the fsb to this or try something more conservative?

youre saying that the 1:1 strap could be the problem?
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memory is running at its default 800mhz, so i would assume if the cpu is at 1500fsb then it would be unlinked. but at 1600fsb it would be linked 1:1, could that be my issue?

the ram specifies that it can go 1000@5-5-5-15, should i set the ram independant of the fsb to this or try something more conservative?

youre saying that the 1:1 strap could be the problem?
No the 1:1 is just because you would be running it unlinked and at 1600 FSB that's 800mhz memory exact. But the fact that you are running the memory unlinked takes another potential problem away.
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post #7 of 7
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hm, ok so if it was to post at 1600fsb and 800mem then it would be linked?

it seems like it might be linked considering that when i increase the fsb past 1600 the mem frequency drops to 757, or is that just the board changing divider straps?
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