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nice, it would be great if you can post some pic of your rig. no one here rocking a liquid cooling yet.
Hi,
I will do my best to get some pics for you, in the mean time this link is what it looked like when it was using the EVGA motherboard..and yes that's my bedroom..Like i said before I reckon the P6x58d is better..more stable at least.

http://photos.dangerden.com/Cases/Do...11009223_sCxJy
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Hi all,
I dont have any pic's yet of my build, will be done next week.I'm somewhat green when it comes to overclocking.wondering if someone can give me a guestamate of what oc speeds I should be capable of with my build.not quite finished yet so if you see anything I should change or add I'm very open to suggestions.
Here's my build.
MAINGEAR F131 Chassis
Power Supply: 750W Silverstone Strider Modular Industrial Power Supply
Graphics and GPGPU Accelerator: ATI Radeon HD 5850 1GB GDDR5 DX11
Motherboard: Asus P6X58D Premium
Processor: Intel Core i7-960/D0
Processor Cooling:Asetek Maintenance-Free X120 Liquid Cooling
Memory: 6GB Kingston HyperX Triple-Channel DDR3-1600MHz Low Latency
Bay One: 128GB Kingston V+-Series Solid State Drive (Gen2 w/TRIM)
Bay Two: 1.0TB Western Digital Caviar Black SATA 7200rpm 32MB Cache
Optical Drive One: 22X Dual Layer DVD RW
Optical Drive Two:8X LG SuperMulti Blu-ray/DVD Burner
Audio: 8-channel (7.1) Dolby Home Theater (Intel DX58SO)
Network Adapter: On-board Gigabit Ethernet
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64
Thanks for answers and suggestions,Kboom1
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with any i7 d0 setup you're pretty much garanteed at 4ghz oc. it's the 4.2ghz+ that tells the different i7 cpus apart. mine can go up to 4.3ghz(as far as i pushed it) but others like 00smurf managed to push theirs to 4.4ghz.
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Hi,
I will do my best to get some pics for you, in the mean time this link is what it looked like when it was using the EVGA motherboard..and yes that's my bedroom..Like i said before I reckon the P6x58d is better..more stable at least.

http://photos.dangerden.com/Cases/Do...11009223_sCxJy
wow nice danger dan case,

don't let the EVGA fanboys hear you saying that lol.
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wow nice danger dan case,

don't let the EVGA fanboys hear you saying that lol.
I bent 2 cpu pins on the EVGA, so i bought this p6x58d for 2/3 the price of a new EVGA I installed the p6x58d and it worked great. I then had the idea of maybe a watchmaker or jeweler might be able to fix the pins...Then it occured to me that even if I get the evga going again.. I not swapping the motherboard as the p6x58d rocks ..it runs cooler and i can overclock at lower voltages. ..for me an my i7 975 , 4.4 Ghz is a good start.

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Anyone know if there is a way to adjust QPI PLL volts on the P6X58D ? From my reading it seems this is a useful parameter to tweak to achieve overclock stability. There is of course CPU PLL in the BIOS but nothing for QPI PLL.

Being one the higher end Asus X58 boards seems like this setting should be available in the BIOS or Turbo-V. Any extra voltage settings ever materialize in BIOS revisions ?
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Hey Kyle, just though I'd let you know you haven't put me in the 4GHz plus group though I've been running @ 4.2 stable for over a week now. The cpu-z is the top one in my sig. I can go higher but I'm more determined to find the lowest core voltage I can get (xmisery has been a lot of help with that) but I might try going higher later on my DTek fusion V2 and 360 rad.
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I thought I saw this (Corsair TR3X6GB1600C8) on the QVL when I bought. Read a few reviews from newegg like:

Pros: Works perfectly without any configuration work at all. No compatibility issues.

Cons: A little more expensive than some others.

Other Thoughts: Works great with my ASUS P6X58D Premium motherboard and i7-920. I have tried other brands in the past to save some money, but I got burned with compatibility and/or stability issues. I've never had a problem with any Corsair XMS series RAM.


and,

Pros: Compliments my new i7 920 build nicely. 6GB is more than plenty for gaming, everyday use, and other fairly intense applications. Runs perfectly at the advertised voltage, timings and speed. Using the XMP with my Asus P6X58D Premium motherboard got all the parameters set correctly with no fuss and no other manual tweaking.

Cons: None. Have not tried overclocking (and don't plan to either) so no comments as to OC performance.

Other Thoughts: System:
Thermaltake Armor case
Intel i7-920 CPU
Asus P6X58D Premium LGA1366 motherboard
CORSAIR XMS3 6GB DDR3 TR3X6G1600C8 G memory
EVGA 01G-P3-1180-AR GeForce GTX 285 1GB video
Thermaltake Black Widow 850W modular PSU


but mine won't boot.

Anybody tried and succeded in using the above?

Double checked and it looks like it has to be (TR3X6GB1600C8D, or TR3X6GB1866C9DF)

What a pain. DRAM LED just stays lit and won't boot at all....:swearing:

Now I'll have to return and get the right stuff. Another few days...
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Finally managed a stable 4.4GHz with my 920.

For some strange reason, and I'm not sure why, maybe someone can shed some light on it, when I set the QPI/DRAM Core in my BIOS (1.350000 in this instance) the settings that show up in TurboV are 1.38750v

After I wound it back to 1.325000 - stability. Now I'll try winding back a bit and see how low I can go before I move back to 4.5 (I was there earleir today but had issues with this QPI problem.

Anyway -

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1023852



Edited by ~LL~ - 2/17/10 at 12:41am
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Great OC!!!
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