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post #2401 of 6461
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I don't buy that..

Maybe it would not work with a MF2 BIOS but with a Deluxe or Premium there's a chance..

CHEERS..
in short

NO

already tried this last week. no luck on either bios.
luckily the dual bios prevents you from having an expensive paperweight.


When it comes to the Pro Turbo with P5Q-E bios chip, as I've said, I will try again when and if I install the Pro Turbo in my secondary system, replacing my Gigabyte GA-P35 DS3R mobo. I have high hopes that even with the Turbo bios my Q9400 will be stable past 460FSB. Why? Because first of all it does higher FSB in my Gigabyte board than my Q9650 ever did, also, I have read that the Quads with lesser cache infact does a little bit higher FSB. Read a review of a Q8xxx CPU doing about 10MHz higher VS a Q9xxx. We all know this will vary from CPU's anyway.

Also, even your Q9550 was doing higher FSB in your Pro VS my Q9650 in my Turbo. In the Large FFT's stable department
    
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KingT,

I know they are almost identical. And by my logic a Deluxe or Premium bios should work in my board. But you never know.
    
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post #2403 of 6461
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KingT,

I know they are almost identical. And by my logic a Deluxe or Premium bios should work in my board. But you never know.
Yes P5Q-E and Deluxe are the same PCB beside more phases on Deluxe..

Now P5Q Premium has 4 PCIE 16x slots and that separates it from E or Deluxe..

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KingT,

My plan, install the P5Q Pro Turbo in my secondary system. This is the system that I depend on for 24/7. So this is what I'm going to do... install the motherboard, reinstall everything on the Intel SSD. Then I will use a separate harddrive for my P5Q-E bios chip testing. Installing OS on this drive when using the P5Q-E chip and play my game without touching my 24/7 SSD win7 install. I will disconnect all drives besides the harddrive I will use for the test.

When I think about it, I have a WD Raptor 74GB Serial ATA drive laying around
    
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KingT,

My plan, install the P5Q Pro Turbo in my secondary system. This is the system that I depend on for 24/7. So this is what I'm going to do... install the motherboard, reinstall everything on the Intel SSD. Then I will use a separate harddrive for my P5Q-E bios chip testing. Installing OS on this drive when using the P5Q-E chip and play my game without touching my 24/7 SSD win7 install. I will disconnect all drives besides the harddrive I will use for the test.

When I think about it, I have a WD Raptor 74GB Serial ATA drive laying around
That sounds like a plan!!!

Good luck with it..

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post #2406 of 6461
I also own a P5Q Pro Turbo that I purchased after my abit IP35 Pro board failed. My motherboard and my and video card failed at the same time just 3 months after my old power supply stopped working.

I was running at 3.6 GHz on stock voltage which was fine for the 3 years I've owned my e8400. Recently I decided to go up to 4.0~4.2GHz for a little performance bump until I build a new system at the end of the year.

I'm trying to achieve this overclock with a 8~8.5 multiplier. I seem to have found the following settings for 500 FSB that are Prime95 stable for 11.5 hours.

FSB Frequency: 500.00 MHz
CPU Voltage: 1.22500 V
CPU GTL REF: 0.65x
CPU PLL: 1.560 V
FSB Term. Volt.: 1.320 V
DRAM Voltage: 2.100 V
NB Volt: 1.320 V
SB Volt: 1.100 V
SB PCIE: 1.500 V
Load-Line Calibration: Enabled
CPU Clock Skew: Normal
NB Clock Skew: Normal

These seem to be the minimum voltages I can use to achieve stability at this speed. 1.3v for FSB failed after a couple of hours. I bumped it to 1.32v and so far all my testing shows this as being stable.

RAM is listed below and is using 5-5-5-15 timings. This is DDR2 800 RAM that overclocks extremely well. It is warrantied for 1.8V-2.1V. I'm currently running 2.1v for DDR2 1000 speeds, but it's possible I could bump that down to 2.08v or even 2.06v.

I'll update once I get the processor stable at 4GHz. Might be a couple of days as I'll be working the next few days. I want to make sure the current settings are solid before bringing my multiplier back up. If I recall correctly, my processor requires a bit over 1.35v for 4GHz. This was quite a while ago, but I think the actual voltage in BIOS may have been a tad higher.

Edit: OC isn't quite 100% stable yet. Firefox is crashing even though Prime95 was stable for 11.5 hours earlier. I ran P95 more today during work, but one thread had an error after just under 8 hours.
Edited by Improvidus - 3/20/11 at 6:18pm
     
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Bump for P5Q Team..

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Been fighting all weekend to gain stability in my P5Q-E using 8GB RAM and Q9650 at 8.5x 483FSB. RAM:FSB 1:1.

Now I've finally made it.. Blend and Large FFT's looking very good. I have a wall just below 490FSB on this setup. Can boot Windows at 490FSB + but Prime95 just freeze no matter what setting I try.

Now, with a better cooler I can probably make it to 4.2GHz + stable. However, my Q9650 needs 1.4v full load, even at 4.2GHz, so..

My P5Q-E/setup loves NB GTL at x0.665 (default is 0.63). This will vary from board to board. Seen other P5Q-E's and Deluxes that thrives on other NB GTL's... Very, very important setting in these boards, since it will vary so much from board to board.

When using 8GB RAM at 967MHz 5-5-5-15 it was also important setting those DRAM Skews from AUTO to NORMAL in order to gain stability in P95 Blend.

The 0/2 CPU GTL seems to love the x0.635 to x0.640 range. It is better to keep it at this GTL multi and just increase vFSB. GTL 1/3 is good if kept in the x0.620 - x0.630 range.
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Been fighting all weekend to gain stability in my P5Q-E using 8GB RAM and Q9650 at 8.5x 483FSB. RAM:FSB 1:1.

Now I've finally made it.. Blend and Large FFT's looking very good. I have a wall just below 490FSB on this setup. Can boot Windows at 490FSB + but Prime95 just freeze no matter what setting I try.

Now, with a better cooler I can probably make it to 4.2GHz + stable. However, my Q9650 needs 1.4v full load, even at 4.2GHz, so..

My P5Q-E/setup loves NB GTL at x0.665 (default is 0.63). This will vary from board to board. Seen other P5Q-E's and Deluxes that thrives on other NB GTL's... Very, very important setting in these boards, since it will vary so much from board to board.

When using 8GB RAM at 967MHz 5-5-5-15 it was also important setting those DRAM Skews from AUTO to NORMAL in order to gain stability in P95 Blend.

The 0/2 CPU GTL seems to love the x0.635 to x0.640 range. It is better to keep it at this GTL multi and just increase vFSB. GTL 1/3 is good if kept in the x0.620 - x0.630 range.
Nice man..

Now post that screen shot with a 12h of P95 Large FFT @ 483MHz FSB and call it a day..

It's odd that you get freeze @ 490MHz FSB in P95 Large FFT..

On my mobo I can run P95 Large FFT @ 500MHz FSB and all I get is error on workers..

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Nice man..

Now post that screen shot with a 12h of P95 Large FFT @ 483MHz FSB and call it a day..

It's odd that you get freeze @ 490MHz FSB in P95 Large FFT..

On my mobo I can run P95 Large FFT @ 500MHz FSB and all I get is error on workers..

CHEERS..
Will run Blend overnight first. Then start Large FFT's again when I'm going to work tomorrow.

I've just recently found the adjustments that seems to work well at my current settings.

Freeze are typical of NB problems. Every board responds different. So you can't really compare your symptoms to the P5Q-E.

Also keep in mind, every CPU is different. As I've said, I already know my Q9400 handles higher FSB in my Gigabyte GA-P35 DS3R VS my Q9650. Also your Q9550 can handle 460FSB P95 Large FFT's stable in your P5Q Pro. My could only handle 450FSB in my Pro Turbo. And even then, it was not infinte Large FFT's stable.

So my guess is that your Q9550 would have gone to 490FSB + in my P5Q-E. I have not tried my Q9400 in this board, but I have the feeling it too would have gone a little further.
    
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