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Originally Posted by KingT;14638478 
No, you are wright.

P5Q motherboards do overvolt RAM by 0.1V..


CHEERS

Ah, I see.
In that case, should I lower the voltage to match the RAM specs or keep them overvolted instead?
     
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Ah, I see.
In that case, should I lower the voltage to match the RAM specs or keep them overvolted instead?
Don't bother trying to compensate overvolting on RAM..

Just set it to your RAM modules rated voltage (or what modules need for your OC) and forget about that slight overvolt..

I personally have never thought of it as a bad thing as it has never caused me any issues.. (+0.1V is nothing really)..


CHEERS..
Edited by KingT - 8/19/11 at 7:27am
     
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Cpu Cooler is stock Intel garbage. However, if you think about it, I know the first thing people are going to say is AHA!!!!! You need better cooling to get 3.6 ghz. That is true and false at the same time.

The bottom line is this: It take my chip 1.575 Vcore just to boot into windows. Temps is temps and volts is volts. When I do boot into windows at 1.575 Vcore my temps are around 50-55. Playing Crysis it got up to 80 after playing for a couple hours. (still at 3.6ghz)

My point is those quick to jump and say I need better cooling or water cooling because I keep failing stress tests are just wrong. Not even Intel Burn Test will overheat my Q6600 in 2 seconds flat. I literally can't run P95 for 2 seconds before I get a BSOD. That's with a 1.575 Vcore and temps in the 50 range @ 3.6 ghz

Simple truth is I got a bad VID. 1.325 Bummer. I will say this: This chip is hard core. I can throw almost 1.6 Vcore at it and Intel Burn Test has had it up to 103 c a couple times (and passed) but I had my finger on the STOP button, lol. I'm quite pleased with my Q6600. And 3.2 is still not too shabby at all, knowing in the back of my head if I really had to, I CAN get 3.6 out of it...just not stable I don't think.

Thanks for the welcome aboard.
concretefire, how much higher temps and volts are you willing to try to either get it stable at 3.6GHz or risk killing the mobo or the chip?

Make sure they are still under warranty.

Happy overclocking!
Edited by ocman - 8/19/11 at 7:50am
     
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Thanks for the info Muff1n, and I DL'ed every thing. I think I'm all set except for one thing. Seems that the board is having troubles identifying my SSD all the time. Sometimes it will see it on start up, and other times it wont. Any thoughts on that?


I'll invest in a 64bit OS soon, I know I need it, I just haven't gotten around to it just yet. Draggin my feet on that one for sure.
Did you get hit with that dust storm that rolled through?
You are quite welcome & I'm glad I was able to help.
I'm in Payson & you need dust to have a dust storm which we don't have here!
I've never seen a dust storm in Payson...ever!
Nice & cool during the nights though averaging around 55-60F.

As far as your SSD...what mode do you have the board set to?
I'm running mine in AHCI mode [Advanced Host Controller Interface] with NCQ enabled using the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology Driver.
I don't have a SSD drive though so I can't really say for sure, you'll have to ask the
guys here that are running them what settings they are using.

Another thought is have you updated the chipset drivers?
INF Update Utility -​ Primarily for Intel® 6, 5, 4, 3, 900 Series Chipsets
Intel Chipset drivers download v9.​2.​0.​1030
Edited by MUff1N - 8/19/11 at 8:26am
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Glad to hear you're dust free up there! The storm wasn't to bad on my end, just a tad bit of dust this time around and no rain to make it all stick, so that was a relief.

I may have solved part of my issue with the SSD. I updated the firmware for the drive (that was a PITA) and now the board sees the drive, most of the time. But any time I go in to BIOS and play around, save changes and exit, I get a "missing bootmgr" message. I have to shut the whole system down and reboot and then windows will start up. That's going to be a major pain in the ass with all the work I plan on doing in BIOS.

Hopefully I can get this ironed out, but a lot of thanks for your input, it's really appreciated.
 
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Wow, I'm loving this board! I'm comfortably at 3.6Ghz w/1.42v and really acceptable temps (~61 under full load) I could never have come close to this with my last board. 2 hours with OCCT using Large Data Set.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1961279

The one frustrating thing though is that there are no actual values for some of the voltages. If set to AUTO I have no idea what the actual voltages being used are so I don't even know where to start.
Am I missing something or did this require a lot of initial guess work from you guys?

I'll start working on my memory next. The timings are really goofy right now (5-5-5-12-52) and it's running at 4:5. 400Mhz FSB to 500Mhz Memory. I'm not unhappy with that, but I was able to crank down my timings on my last board to 4-4-4-8-16

Oh and my SSD has really settled in. It was being a ***** when I initially started messing with the settings but now it's working great. (I just probably jinxed it.)
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Originally Posted by R.D.BID View Post
Wow, I'm loving this board! I'm comfortably at 3.6Ghz w/1.42v and really acceptable temps (~61 under full load) I could never have come close to this with my last board. 2 hours with OCCT using Large Data Set.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1961279

The one frustrating thing though is that there are no actual values for some of the voltages. If set to AUTO I have no idea what the actual voltages being used are so I don't even know where to start.
Am I missing something or did this require a lot of initial guess work from you guys?

I'll start working on my memory next. The timings are really goofy right now (5-5-5-12-52) and it's running at 4:5. 400Mhz FSB to 500Mhz Memory. I'm not unhappy with that, but I was able to crank down my timings on my last board to 4-4-4-8-16

Oh and my SSD has really settled in. It was being a ***** when I initially started messing with the settings but now it's working great. (I just probably jinxed it.)
If you set Voltages at AUTO, you can use TurboV from Windows to check what they actually are.
    
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Let me ask this another way. Can the NB volts be monitored with software with the P5Q-Pro? If so, what software? And also the volts to the RAM?

Every piece of software I have tried > HW monitor, Everest, Speedfan, etc.....ALL OF THEM have a VIN1 and VIN6 along with the CPU voltage and other readings.

YET, through 437 pages of searching not one reference to 'VIN1' or VIN6'? That's astonishing to me. I am assuming VIN1 is the DRAM volt because it's always 1.8 or 1.81, I think VIN 6 might be the NB because it's at around 1.35 and spikes to 1.45 during OCCT tests and I assure you, that's not the CPU voltage spiking.

And here's the weird thing about VIN1 (the Dram?) If I set it in bios to say...1.98 volts, all the software still reports 1.8 - 1.81. (so is VIN1 really the ram?)

This leads me to believe that at least on the PRO version, one cannot read the voltages with software. Other than perhaps the CPU voltage and the PSU voltage. (+3, +5, 12)

So what the hell is VIN1 and VIN6 in these software programs. The values DO CHANGE so it's reading something. And again, I just find it hard to believe that in this thread, (437 pages) there is not one mention of it. Or Google either for that matter. Help, cause I'm stumped what these mean.
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Let me ask this another way. Can the NB volts be monitored with software with the P5Q-Pro? If so, what software? And also the volts to the RAM?

Every piece of software I have tried > HW monitor, Everest, Speedfan, etc.....ALL OF THEM have a VIN1 and VIN6 along with the CPU voltage and other readings.

YET, through 437 pages of searching not one reference to 'VIN1' or VIN6'? That's astonishing to me. I am assuming VIN1 is the DRAM volt because it's always 1.8 or 1.81, I think VIN 6 might be the NB because it's at around 1.35 and spikes to 1.45 during OCCT tests and I assure you, that's not the CPU voltage spiking.

And here's the weird thing about VIN1 (the Dram?) If I set it in bios to say...1.98 volts, all the software still reports 1.8 - 1.81. (so is VIN1 really the ram?)

This leads me to believe that at least on the PRO version, one cannot read the voltages with software. Other than perhaps the CPU voltage and the PSU voltage. (+3, +5, 12)

So what the hell is VIN1 and VIN6 in these software programs. The values DO CHANGE so it's reading something. And again, I just find it hard to believe that in this thread, (437 pages) there is not one mention of it. Or Google either for that matter. Help, cause I'm stumped what these mean.
I only think you can monitor basic Voltages like CPU Core Voltage, +12v, +5v and so on in the regular PRO.

The PRO Turbo has a built in chip for TurboV which can adjust most overclocking via Windows. Including Voltages.
    
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I only think you can monitor basic Voltages like CPU Core Voltage, +12v, +5v and so on in the regular PRO.

The PRO Turbo has a built in chip for TurboV which can adjust most overclocking via Windows. Including Voltages.
Ahhh....thank you.
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