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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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post #2471 of 6481
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I've already tried a High range of multipliers. (Not needed in the real P5Q-E. using a somewhat High vFSB (1.34 - 1.36) and between x0.64 -x0.67, at the right cores and it is good for 480FSB +. And If unstable and changing the right multi or vFSB it shows very clearly in stability testing. In the Pro Turbo nothing changes.

I've already tried 1.3vFSB up to 1.38vFSB and GTL multi's from 0.555 up to 0.68x. Also switched different combinations between the cores. Even tried using same multi on both cores. Man, I'm telling you, they do not respond.

From all this testing it is pretty obvious that even with one working GTL, finetuning that will give me little stability.
Damn..

Thanx for your effort though..

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Damn..

Thanx for your effort though..

CHEERS..
Yeah Now I just confirmed my first tests. I really needed experience with the real P5Q-E to now how two GTL's work and how the system respond to them.

Anyway, now while I'm at it, with this Win7 install in the WD Raptor, I could just aswell try out high FSB CPU-Z validation. See how far my Q9400 will go FSB Wise
    
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Yeah Now I just confirmed my first tests. I really needed experience with the real P5Q-E to now how two GTL's work and how the system respond to them.

Anyway, now while I'm at it, with this Win7 install in the WD Raptor, I could just aswell try out high FSB CPU-Z validation. See how far my Q9400 will go FSB Wise
Yeah if you want to see what FSB you can validate try this:

CPU multi = 6x

STRAP = AUTO

PCIE freq = 103

Vcore = what you feel it needs for 3.2GHz (533MHz FSB x6.. )

CPU GTL = AUTO

vFSB = AUTO (or you can try out with manual setting,I have used AUTO though)

CPU PLL = 1.58V

vNB = 1.50V (go up to 1.60V for these suicide runs)

vSB = 1.20

vPCIE/SATA = 1.60

PL= 10

Boot with 500MHz FSB and then in OS use SetFSB and upp FSB by 2MHz..

Every time save your OC by hitting F7 key..

When system crash,reboot and then look for .dat file in CPU-Z installation folder and use it for validation..

CHEERS..
Edited by KingT - 3/23/11 at 10:43am
     
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After I had my brakethrough with the P5Q-E's GTL's i have now downed vFSB from 1.36v to 1.30v. The important thing seems to be the GTL multi difference between GTL 0/2 and GTL 1/3. In this case x0.64 for GTL 0/2 and x0.67 for GTL 1/3. Before I discovered that GTL 1/3 needed to be at a higher multi in my setup, (Stupid me for looking at others on the internet. Even the default multi for GTL 1/3 (0.67) is higher than GTL 0/2 (0.63) strangely enough I had more problems with the 8KB problem size in Blend then Large FFT's.

I was doing another misstake, running Ai Clocktwister at Moderate instead of Lighter. Thinking my RAM would handle moderate. (And they will. Even Strong) However, it seems the Ai Clocktwister is related very much to FSB/NB stability also. Setting this to Lighter did the icing on the cake for me. This was with the Ballistix RAM. Using 2x2GB + 2x1GB. 8GB seems fine at 1:1, tested up to 967. Can probably go higher. But the moment I go to 2.4x multi FSB:Mem I get strange problems.

2x2GB double sided sticks + 2x1GB single sided sticks seems to overclock just as well as 2x2GB. At least in the P5Q-E. 4x2GB double sided is only good for 1:1.

Testing 6GB at 2.5x mem multi now. 1167MHz 6-5-6-15. They went straight through memtest86 with no errors. Q9650@4.2GHz@1.416v Prime95 max load. LLC enabled. Hottest core 74c after 7 hour Blend. (467FSB x9 tested Blend stable for 7 hours, before i stopped it). this was with RAM at 1:1. But everything seems to indicate that RAM at 1167MHz will be fine.

Will try to reduce V-core a little bit, now that I've sorten out RAM and GTL problems. Anyway, as long as hottest core never passed 74c in Prime95 it's fine. IBT can just go and eat ****. It's useless for stability testing.

Anyway, that's my progress thus far. BTW: running Large FFT's 320KB now, after I downed vFSB from 1.36v to 1.30v. Seems to go nicely.
    
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post #2475 of 6481
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But everything seems to indicate that RAM at 1167MHz will be fine.
I would like to see that RAM freq stable in memtest and P95..

I think that you're bit too optimistic..

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I would like to see that RAM freq stable in memtest and P95..

I think that you're bit too optimistic..

CHEERS..
I will post proofs. You just wait and see This RAM is good for 1200 6-5-6-15. So I'm not surprised to see these speeds in a quality mobo. As I've said, already passed memtest86 at 1167MHz. Earlier today I passed memtest for windows - no errors, using two sessions 2500MB Each at 1120MHz 6-5-6-15. And this with 6GB RAM (2x2GB + 2x1GB)
    
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I will post proofs. You just wait and see This RAM is good for 1200 6-5-6-15. So I'm not surprised to see these speeds in a quality mobo. As I've said, already passed memtest86 at 1167MHz. Earlier today I passed memtest for windows - no errors, using two sessions 2500MB Each at 1120MHz 6-5-6-15. And this with 6GB RAM (2x2GB + 2x1GB)
Looking foward to it..

Also P95 will be harder to pass than memtest on that RAM freq..

GOOD LUCK..

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I've started memtest for Windows. 4 sessions. Each with 1250MHz. 2x2GB + 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix PC6400. 1167MHz 6-5-6-15 1-96v. CPU still at 467FSB x9.

I'll post proofs when it is through at least one pass.
    
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Looking foward to it..

Also P95 will be harder to pass than memtest on that RAM freq..

GOOD LUCK..

CHEERS..
Blend? I am pretty sure I will pass that too at this mem speed. As I've said, this mem is good for 1200 6-5-6-15 in a quality mobo, which my tests clearly shows that the P5Q-E really is. Also, this can be done with 4 sticks, probably because I'm using 2x1GB single sided sticks. From older experience I've seen this.
    
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Blend? I am pretty sure I will pass that too at this mem speed. As I've said, this mem is good for 1200 6-5-6-15 in a quality mobo, which my tests clearly shows that the P5Q-E really is. Also, this can be done with 4 sticks, probably because I'm using 2x1GB single sided sticks. From older experience I've seen this.
P95 Custom size 4096K > 4096K, 15min per size..

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