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post #2771 of 6457
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Originally Posted by Taz_Man View Post
Hey turrican9,

You have the same setup as me also I just noticed & I didn't get an answer to my last post about not remembering if the OC settings were the same for the the P5Q-E as the Pro Turbo or whether or not there was a couple of places the numbers should be changed?

I was thinking there were one or two places that had different settings then the Pro Turbo.

Can someone let me know please? I haven't tried to start with anything yet.

Thanks guys,
Robert
Settings are very similar, appart from the extra GTL setting in the P5Q-E and the P5Q-E Dram skews (Which is fine at AUTO). P5Q-E also has a NB Skew. Which is very important at FSB speeds past 450.

If overclocking FSB over 450FSB you should begin to tweak those two GTL's. When I run 467FSB x9 I use FSB Termination Volts (VTT) at 1.34 volts, GTL 0/2 x0.64 and GTL 1/3 at x0.67. This works very well for my Q9650.

Also at this FSB i set my NB Skew to x0.655. If I go higher I set it to x0.665. This is very important in my A2 revision Northbridge. Leaving this at Auto I can't even boot Windows at these speeds. x0.665 is generally regarded as the best setting in these boards for those 460FSB + speeds. This is something you can experiment with though. NB Volts are 1.28v for my 467FSB.
    
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post #2772 of 6457
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Hey guys check this out:

I have just put my Q9550 in P5KPL-VM mobo and it was the same problem..

Fans just barely moved and no POST..

So I thought: OK my Q9550 is gone too..

I was very depressed and I cleared CMOS and pulled out battery..

So I was thinking what to do,and just for the last shot I started it and it booted..

Now I'm running Q9550 and P5KPL-VM..

So I'm thinking since the same thing happened on the first start up maybe my P5Q Pro is still alive but somehow got bricked or something or it needs a CPU reseat to be reseted..

So now I'm installing E6750 in P5Q Pri to see if it still works..

Updates expected..

Wish me luck..

CHEERS..
Crossing fingers....

Edit: I'm not really sure, but if I remember correctly, when I had to remove the Cmos battery, clear Cmos and reinstall battery in order to get my P5Q Pro Turbo to fire up again, all I had done was switching a few mem sticks...
Edited by turrican9 - 4/3/11 at 4:25am
    
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Crossing fingers....

Edit: I'm not really sure, but if I remember correctly, when I had to remove the Cmos battery, clear Cmos and reinstall battery in order to get my P5Q Pro Turbo to fire up again, all I had done was switching a few mem sticks...
Still no go man..

I'll give it some time but I doubt it..

Now the strange thing was that same happened when I first have installed Q9550 in P5KPL-VM..

I'll take mobo to PC shop for testing just to be sure..

CHEERS..
     
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post #2774 of 6457
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Still no go man..

I'll give it some time but I doubt it..

Now the strange thing was that same happened when I first have installed Q9550 in P5KPL-VM..

I'll take mobo to PC shop for testing just to be sure..

CHEERS..
I guess baking a motherboard is not a very smart thing, however you could try to put it in the freezer for 6 - 12 hours. Take it out, let it dry and try again.

This has successfully been fixing bad mem. I'm guessing that the process of metal shrinking when freezing, and expanding when heating up again makes this work. So if there are any bad solder spots (Due to overheating) there is a possibility this can work for you. But if the Northbridge itself is bricked, then your ****ed...
    
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post #2775 of 6457
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Settings are very similar, appart from the extra GTL setting in the P5Q-E and the P5Q-E Dram skews (Which is fine at AUTO). P5Q-E also has a NB Skew. Which is very important at FSB speeds past 450.

If overclocking FSB over 450FSB you should begin to tweak those two GTL's. When I run 467FSB x9 I use FSB Termination Volts (VTT) at 1.34 volts, GTL 0/2 x0.64 and GTL 1/3 at x0.67. This works very well for my Q9650.

Also at this FSB i set my NB Skew to x0.655. If I go higher I set it to x0.665. This is very important in my A2 revision Northbridge. Leaving this at Auto I can't even boot Windows at these speeds. x0.665 is generally regarded as the best setting in these boards for those 460FSB + speeds. This is something you can experiment with though. NB Volts are 1.28v for my 467FSB.
Thanks turrican9, Just to let you know I got an A3 revision.
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post #2776 of 6457
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I guess baking a motherboard is not a very smart thing, however you could try to put it in the freezer for 6 - 12 hours. Take it out, let it dry and try again.

This has successfully been fixing bad mem. I'm guessing that the process of metal shrinking when freezing, and expanding when heating up again makes this work. So if there are any bad solder spots (Due to overheating) there is a possibility this can work for you. But if the Northbridge itself is bricked, then your ****ed...
Still no go so I gues It's dead..

I have alsi tried with different RAM,without HDD and GPU and still it fails to power up *it should at least spin fans)

I will call a local IT repair shop to see how much do they charge to test it with their own components..

I had an offer today for Biostar Tpower IT45 but I passed on it as it has only 4Phase CPU managment..

Q9550 runs just fine on this P5KPL-VM mobo and stock Intel 65nm cooler (the tick one)..

It has 1.20V at idle and 1.15V at load in P95 and temps are 62C on the hottest core..

I will not bother to install my GTX 480 on it as I have packed it in its box,nor I will move this rig into HAF932 case..

I'll wait for some mobo to come across or I will move to SandyBridge..

CHEERS..
     
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post #2777 of 6457
Sigh KingT,

I just noticed your Pro died on you. So you are now running a P5KPL-VM instead?

That sux! Sorry to hear it mate. I guess it wasn't still under warranty?
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Sigh KingT,

I just noticed your Pro died on you. So you are now running a P5KPL-VM instead?

That sux! Sorry to hear it mate. I guess it wasn't still under warranty?
Hehe warranty has been expired for a long time now..

This mobo is almost 3 years old..

Yeah P5KPL-VM is my best friend now..

I'll try to find another mobo and if not then it's Sandy Bridge time for me..

CHEERS..
     
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I have just turned off my comp and it does the same thing like with P5Q Pro..

I had to clear the CMOS to be able to boot again..

What the hell is going on here..

CPU shows ROCK SOLID in P95 but still I have this bug when I turn off my comp..

CHEERS..
     
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I have just turned off my comp and it does the same thing like with P5Q Pro..

I had to clear the CMOS to be able to boot again..

What the hell is going on here..

CPU shows ROCK SOLID in P95 but still I have this bug when I turn off my comp..

CHEERS..

I'd be willing to do my best to try to help you out the best I can but I've missed what's been said & would have to catch up unless there is a short version to it.

Are you wanting another Pro or Pro Turbo?
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