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I wanna OC my I7 930 w/ P6X58D-E, And I really havent OCed much, So I wanted to know what settings I would set to get it to like 3.2ghz?
Check the second post for some templates.

Also, for everyone there is a new bios which should be on the Asus site tomorrow (0303).

Description (ASUS):
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[ 0303 ]
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1. Improve memory compatibility
2. Improve system stability
3. Support new CPUs. Please refer to our website at:
http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/c...Language=en-us
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http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?...Language=en-us
Edited by gergregg - 6/9/10 at 3:03am
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xmisery is the man!

His template + P6X58D-E + 930 batch A601 + new overclocker = 24/7 OC - 4GHz with HT and Speedstep. CPU Voltage 1.26250 and QPI/DRAM 1.21875.

Core temps are 75-79C after 24 hours of Prime95 but I have crappy fans as push/pull exhaust on my H50. They're 45-50 under normal use.
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Also, for everyone there is a new bios which should be on the Asus site tomorrow (0303).
Oh boy! You can actually download it now, too, it appears.

So, who's gonna try it first . . . :-)

I am still trying to stabilize my newly-built beast and don't need to add in ANOTHER variable while trouble-shooting these BSODs!

I am excited to see if this new BIOS adds anything positive to the mix . . .

-J
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anyone know if Directron is a reputable e-sellar. I can get the h50 for 69 shipped form them and a corsair memory airflow fan for 17.

With a push pull is there any need for rubber gaskets between the radiators and fans and case?
I've been buying from directron since 2000. I even bought things for this build from them. They've been very good over the years.
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Hey guys.... about to place my order for a HAF932. im using Corsair Dominator ram. I was wondering is there any need for the Corsair ram cooling kit with that big fan on the side of the case? thoughts?

Thanks
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Hey guys.... about to place my order for a HAF932. im using Corsair Dominator ram. I was wondering is there any need for the Corsair ram cooling kit with that big fan on the side of the case? thoughts?

Thanks
Sounds like the same RAM and case setup as me, and I have been fine on temps so far.

I am in a basement room, however, where the ambient is always quite nice and low. As well, I am not aggressively pushing my RAM.

Still, I would advise you wait and see. The HAF 932 is quite spacious and breezy. With good cable management, I would think you should be fine.

ALSO, depending on the CPU cooler you choose to use, you may not be able to squeeze the RAM cooler on there! I am using a Megahelms cooler, and as many people have noted, you couldn't get all 6 RAM slots full without bumping one of the fans, and with just three slots full, there is not much room left!

Another reason to wait and see how the fit and cooling is before getting the RAM cooler . . .

-J
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Sounds like the same RAM and case setup as me, and I have been fine on temps so far.

I am in a basement room, however, where the ambient is always quite nice and low. As well, I am not aggressively pushing my RAM.

Still, I would advise you wait and see. The HAF 932 is quite spacious and breezy. With good cable management, I would think you should be fine.

ALSO, depending on the CPU cooler you choose to use, you may not be able to squeeze the RAM cooler on there! I am using a Megahelms cooler, and as many people have noted, you couldn't get all 6 RAM slots full without bumping one of the fans, and with just three slots full, there is not much room left!

Another reason to wait and see how the fit and cooling is before getting the RAM cooler . . .

-J
Thanks for the reply... I was planning on the h50. I don't feel like spending 24 bucks if i don't have too on a gimmicky product. I could at any point rig a fan over top the ram if need be correct? I was planning on getting two typhoon ap-15 for the h50 in a push pull. which i could use the stock h50 fan as my ram cooler.
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Thanks for the reply... I was planning on the h50. I don't feel like spending 24 bucks if i don't have too on a gimmicky product. I could at any point rig a fan over top the ram if need be correct? I was planning on getting two typhoon ap-15 for the h50 in a push pull. which i could use the stock h50 fan as my ram cooler.
You shouldnt need the twin/triple fan air cooler that Corsair sells to sit on the heatsinks. I have one, because my ram came with it, but, I dont think it makes much of a difference. If anything, out of all the fans in my system, those are the louder ones. As long as you have good air flow, you shouldn't need it. The H50 btw will allow you to fill up all 6 memory banks and not overtake any of the slots, rendering them unusable.
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Oh boy! You can actually download it now, too, it appears.

So, who's gonna try it first . . . :-)

I am still trying to stabilize my newly-built beast and don't need to add in ANOTHER variable while trouble-shooting these BSODs!

I am excited to see if this new BIOS adds anything positive to the mix . . .

-J
I am liking the new BIOS a lot. They definitely fixed some memory compatibility issues.

All settings being the same, memory throughput is slightly down though. From about 35.2GB/s to 34.8GB/s with my RAM at DDR3-2005.

I am working on tweaking the settings to get the speed back though. I am back up to 35GB/s according to Sandra.

Windows 7 x64 seems to boot faster.

Some of the RAM timings still do not autodetect properly. Also, there are still a few settings that show one clock higher then what you set it to manually.

Intel Burn Test is showing slightly higher GFLOPs when stress testing.
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http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=...bf2fc95e066893

Asus P6X58D-E going for 229. enter code "ILOVEDAD" for additional $10 off... they also do free ground shipping i believe.

Is there any reason i should not order form superbiiz??
Edited by agentemo1 - 6/9/10 at 11:01am
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