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post #3751 of 6511
This may be about all my P5Q Pro Turbo is capable of.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1856471

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1856548

http://img228.imageshack.us/i/maxxmem2a1520.jpg/

It boots at 575FSB easy. Validated at 596 using TurboV.
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post #3752 of 6511
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Originally Posted by SyveRson View Post
This may be about all my P5Q Pro Turbo is capable of.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1856471

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1856548

http://img228.imageshack.us/i/maxxmem2a1520.jpg/

It boots at 575FSB easy. Validated at 596 using TurboV.


Now try and Validate with a Quad
    
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Welcome Petrol. Feel free to post here with any question you may have. Since you have an Asus P5Q you are in the right place & you are more then welcome to ask almost anything here
thanks for the welcome

i've been playing around with strap frequencies lately, bumping it as low as possible definitely pays off. i was mucking around recently and got up to 425FSB, 4.6gHz and lowest strap freq that would put RAM speed at 1066 and managed to get a 12.031 (my fastest time so far) out of superpi before the setting went tits-up, crashed and wouldn't post anymore.

i realized then and there how nice it would be to have some DDR3 so that it would be possible to set the lowest strap freq, max out on RAM speed at 1666 instead of 1066 and truly rock out

I have to fight the urge to jump to another mobo for that DDR3 compatibility argghh. Ah well, I still have a bit of headroom if the rest of you are running such insane FSB speeds! What is the secret?
Edited by Petrol - 6/7/11 at 9:28am
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post #3754 of 6511
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Originally Posted by SyveRson View Post
This may be about all my P5Q Pro Turbo is capable of.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1856471

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1856548

http://img228.imageshack.us/i/maxxmem2a1520.jpg/

It boots at 575FSB easy. Validated at 596 using TurboV.
Nice work..

Gratz..


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post #3755 of 6511
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Originally Posted by SyveRson View Post
This may be about all my P5Q Pro Turbo is capable of.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1856471

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1856548

http://img228.imageshack.us/i/maxxmem2a1520.jpg/

It boots at 575FSB easy. Validated at 596 using TurboV.
Wow...I'm impressed!
Care to share your settings with me for this validation?
If the voltages aren't too high I'd like to give it a shot.
[8x574 / 2299MHz FSB / 4599.9MHz CPU]
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1856548
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Wow...I'm impressed!
Care to share your settings with me for this validation?
If the voltages aren't too high I'd like to give it a shot.
[8x574 / 2299MHz FSB / 4599.9MHz CPU]
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1856548

Hey man,are you trying to kill your motherboard just like I have??

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Hey man,are you trying to kill your motherboard just like I have??

CHEERS..
More curious than anything about the voltages used to get those clock speeds is all...no harm in asking now is there.
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More curious than anything about the voltages used to get those clock speeds is all...no harm in asking now is there.
Probably around 1.6V for NB and vFSB,maybe less for vFSB..

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More curious than anything about the voltages used to get those clock speeds is all...no harm in asking now is there.
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Probably around 1.6V for NB and vFSB,maybe less for vFSB..

CHEERS..

575 FSB didn't take crazy volts, just not what I would run everyday. I think it was about 1.46 FSB and NB and maybe could have been lower. The 596 took more than you should be playing around with on a usual basis (>1.5) and is why I used TurboV. I think I used a little NB skew as well (100), and was also using DIMMs that can reach 1150.
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thanks for the welcome

i've been playing around with strap frequencies lately, bumping it as low as possible definitely pays off. i was mucking around recently and got up to 425FSB, 4.6gHz and lowest strap freq that would put RAM speed at 1066 and managed to get a 12.031 (my fastest time so far) out of superpi before the setting went tits-up, crashed and wouldn't post anymore.

i realized then and there how nice it would be to have some DDR3 so that it would be possible to set the lowest strap freq, max out on RAM speed at 1666 instead of 1066 and truly rock out

I have to fight the urge to jump to another mobo for that DDR3 compatibility argghh. Ah well, I still have a bit of headroom if the rest of you are running such insane FSB speeds! What is the secret?
You really don't need DDR3. You should be able to get running at least 4 GHz without any problems 24/7. One thing about the P5Q's is they are picky about the RAM speed though & usually aren't stable unless you set them @ 901 MHz. Make sure that is stable before you moving up to 1081 MHz then you will know if you have to go back down or not.

Here is what I was using for 4.05 GHz:

FSB Freq = 450 MHz
PCIE Freq = 100
Strap = Auto
DRAM Freq = 901
DRAM Static Read & Timing = Disabled
O.C Charger = Enabled
AI Twister = Auto
AI Booster = Manual
Common Performance Level = 10
CPU Voltage = 1.30v (or whatever chip needs to hit 4.05 GHz)
CPU GTL Ref (0/2) = .63v
CPU GTL Ref (0/3) - .67v
CPU PLL = 1.54v
FSB Term = 1.30v
DRAM Volt = 2.1 (or whatever memory needs for 901 MHz)
NB GTL Ref = Auto
SB Volt = 1.20v
PCIE Volt = 1.60v
Load-Line Calibration = Enabled
CPU & PCIE Spread Spectrum = Disabled
CPU & NB Clock Skew = Auto
CPU Margin = Optimized

Ignore anything that is not an option for you.

KingT & turrican9 have helped me with these settings.

Good Luck!
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