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post #3181 of 6493
Haha, congrats on finding Ã* new P5Q board, kingT!
You managed to get that up and running again pretty quickly as well.

I'm hoping to install my new Scythe Ninja 3 cooler today and see of I can finally do a bit of overclocking.
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post #3182 of 6493
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Originally Posted by ZonderZout View Post
Haha, congrats on finding Ã* new P5Q board, kingT!
You managed to get that up and running again pretty quickly as well.

I'm hoping to install my new Scythe Ninja 3 cooler today and see of I can finally do a bit of overclocking.
I see you have a C1 revision Q9550. How far can you get with this? What Vcore/temps?
    
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I see you have a C1 revision Q9550. How far can you get with this? What Vcore/temps?
Turrican Check this

that cpu can handle high vcore with low temps
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post #3184 of 6493
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Turrican Check this

that cpu can handle high vcore with low temps
Seems like a nice cooler. Probably in line with Hyper 212 + when it comes to performance.. ?
    
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post #3185 of 6493
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Seems like a nice cooler. Probably in line with Hyper 212 + when it comes to performance.. ?
wrong link...
aaaaa....

this one

btw, i never saw that anyone has q9550s..
the only difference in them is in power usage

q9550 - 95w
q9550 - 65w

Edited by Erper - 5/14/11 at 5:53am
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post #3186 of 6493
I have absolutely no idea whatsoever on how far I can go with my CPU.
I'm pretty new to overclocking, so I'm gonna follow KingT's suggestions on how to get started.

So far with stock cooler I couldnt even adjust the fsb from 333 to 343 without instant crash. So I really hope this Ninja 3 will fix that for me.

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@KingT
ive tried settings and it worked... thx...
now im trying to bump for more...
to see how far would it go without crashing and booting into win
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post #3188 of 6493
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@KingT
ive tried settings and it worked... thx...
now im trying to bump for more...
to see how far would it go without crashing and booting into win
If you're using 4x2GB mem I assume that will severly hinder your overclock in the P5Q Pro, just like it does in the P5Q Pro Turbo. Have you tried to remove two sticks?
    
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post #3189 of 6493
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If you're using 4x2GB mem I assume that will severly hinder your overclock in the P5Q Pro, just like it does in the P5Q Pro Turbo. Have you tried to remove two sticks?
actually i did...
when im on 2gb i still cant lift it more than 3.91 where its crashing in windows...

i tried bumping
vcore to 1.35
fsb to 1.4
memory to 2.10
and cant pass 3.91 without crashing...

i lifted cpu to 4.21 but only for a min in windows...
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post #3190 of 6493
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Your P5Q Pro had som compatability problems with your HyperX. No doubt.

My P5Q Pro Turbo says it supports up to 1300MHz DDR2, yet it is terrible with mem overclocking VS the P5Q-E which supports up to 1200MHz DDR2.

You never know with these boards. But it may be your P5QC is 'limited' somehow because it also supports DDR3. And that this has complicated the design somehow. At least you should try 1066MHz.
It's the same thing..

This RAM is useless on Asus P5Q mobos..

I tried 459Mhz FSB and RAM @ 1100MHz CL5 w/ 2.2V ,PL=10 (tried PL8 as well) every trick I had and still no boot to OS..

So stuck at 920MHz,CL5,PL10 and still I have over 9GB/s bandwidth in MaxxMeM benchmark..



Quote:
Originally Posted by ZonderZout View Post
Haha, congrats on finding Ã* new P5Q board, kingT!
You managed to get that up and running again pretty quickly as well.

I'm hoping to install my new Scythe Ninja 3 cooler today and see of I can finally do a bit of overclocking.
Thanx man..

But yeah it was a long 40 days for me though..

I was not very active on OCN also due my situation..

CHEERS..
     
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