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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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post #5611 of 6473
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Originally Posted by gliterman View Post

Cyrious, which are the specs of your Ram memories?
-max freq
-latencies
-Voltage
If your processor it's in its right values which we don't know actually (volts, fsb, ...) You are sure overloading ram for max performance, and it can't, works so hot, or need more volts for doing it.
Of course... can we know what processor do you have? because if you're trying to get 4Ghz from a Pentium 4 I think it's not the right way unless you want to cook on your computer biggrin.gif
LOL!

Max Frequency by SPD: DDR2-800
Timings by SPD: 6-6-6-18 1.8v
Timings set: 5-5-5-15 1.9v

The processor is good, and if you bothered to read the posts above yours would know what the CPU is, the default FSB is, and what i got it to. Just because I'm feeling nice:

390
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2349501

The memory is spreaderless, and the absolute highest i dared crank them without spreaders is 2.2v, and thats only because there is a 120mm fan within spitting distance drawing air across them before venting it outside, which is barely enough to keep the ICs from getting excessively hot, and if that wasnt enough i loosened the timings greatly to 8-8-8-24. Even then the board refused to post above 349mhz FSB.

Next time RTFT and check signatures before posting.
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Would you say it is more advantageous to run a lower multi and a higher FSB?
 
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Performance wise, higher FSB and lower multi would be faster than the same core clock with lower fsb and higher multi. The problem is that usually higher FSB requires higher voltages like vcore, vnb, vfsb and the chip produces more heat. So I'd say that this combination would be suitable with a mid-range overclock. If you're looking for a max OC, go with the highest multi that you've got.
post #5614 of 6473
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Would you say it is more advantageous to run a lower multi and a higher FSB?

It would be much better to do a higher FSB w/ a low multi vs a low FSB w/ a high multi. But, as cvtmih has pointed out, it takes CONSIDERABLY more effort to get it as you are affecting more things at one time.

Memory would be forced to go faster, timings would have to be loosened, voltages of all kinds have to be adjusted, temperatures have to be considered, etc etc. If you want a short and sweet boost of performance, low FSB high multi with a reasonable goal (say 3.6ghz) in mind. If you want to extract every single last scrap of performance out of your computer that it can possibly give, more FSB. Just make sure to keep the temps under control.

The chipset your board has also has a noticeable impact on performance. An example of this is what i just recently went through with my noisy as hell 750i SLI board.

It was as follows:
4025mhz 350x11.5 1.42vcore 700mhz memory 5-5-5-15-1T got ~18.5Gflops in IBT on the 750i board
4007mhz 333x12.0 1.41vcore 800mhz memory 5-5-5-15-2T got ~20.8Gflops in IBT on the P45 board im using now

speaking of which, i need to force 1T memory timings or find some way to extract more performance from this computer, i KNOW the ram is capable of 800mhz 1T timings, and i know the CPU is capable of screaming along at almost 25Gflops as ive done it before. Hmm, guess i will have to tweak Transaction Booster and see what it does in terms of performance.
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post #5615 of 6473
Hmm, I've always used the higher of the multis for OC'ing (9.5-10.5) and I really have kept the voltages under 1.35v

Right now I'm running 1.3v for the 3.7ghz (temps on load around (66-67C). I'm comfortable at this point so I guess I really don't need to worry much. biggrin.gif

However, when I do feel like I'm in the mood, I always try to get up there. I think for 4ghz, I was almost all the way up to 1.3875v and temps were hitting 70C+

I might just go grab an H80 for fun and see what it can do tongue.gif (if I find a good deal).
 
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If your chassis have enough space, for clean look, go for H-100 instead, while for best temps, go for NH-D14 air cooler instead. thumbsupsmiley.png

     
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@darkphantom and ocman

I was really impressed with my H70, although I haven't tried any serious air coolers to compare it to. The H100 will certainly give better performance, but I've heard the NH-D14 is either on par, or out-performs it, depending on who you ask. wink.gif

@Cyrius

I'm sorry if you've already tried this, but what happens if you leave everything at AUTO and only change the FSB to 400? Or perhaps try that and also force the CPU to the lowest multi? I find it strange that your board is crapping out at ~350, 400MHz shouldn't be any problem for the P5Q-E, unless it doesn't like your processor (or maybe your RAM).

(PS- I have an E8500 for sale in the marketplace that I'll give you a good deal on if you're interested.)
post #5618 of 6473
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@darkphantom and ocman
I was really impressed with my H70, although I haven't tried any serious air coolers to compare it to. The H100 will certainly give better performance, but I've heard the NH-D14 is either on par, or out-performs it, depending on who you ask. wink.gif
@Cyrius
I'm sorry if you've already tried this, but what happens if you leave everything at AUTO and only change the FSB to 400? Or perhaps try that and also force the CPU to the lowest multi? I find it strange that your board is crapping out at ~350, 400MHz shouldn't be any problem for the P5Q-E, unless it doesn't like your processor (or maybe your RAM).
(PS- I have an E8500 for sale in the marketplace that I'll give you a good deal on if you're interested.)

Check your PMs i got a trade offer for you.
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Well, after a suggestion in the 4ghz overclock thread, i decided to go and give it another go. What he suggested didnt work completely (one of the things he said was that the 400mhz strap might be b0rked). What DID work was setting the NB clock skew back 100ps, and got me up to 350mhz FSB. The problem now is that i cant go much further. the 10mhz between 350 and 360 are finicky, and past 360 refuses to post. I changed voltages and other settings, and no go. Highest i got it to POST was 357mhz FSB.

Its progress... I may eventually reach my goal. The one thing that scares me though is what will happen in the event i get the C2D from jetpak. Will overclocking become easier or harder? will my memory be able run fast enough to keep up with the FSB due to the bugged 400mhz strap? I wont know until i get it, or go through the effort of doing the 1333mhz bsel mod to my processor and then start pushing again.

EDIT: scratch that. While i might be able to get the FSB up a few MHZ higher, my memory apparently cant do much more than stock speed. Basically i need to spend the funds on a 4GB kit of DDR2-1066, ESPECIALLY if i want to get an E8500
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hello every one,

Can anyone point me or enlighten me on this thing. I have a 8gig transcend axeram, 2x 4 at 1066. but my board only read it at 800.

Did anyone came to work this board at 1066.

Thank you
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