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Originally Posted by Mike-IRL View Post

Posting from my phone so i can't look it up now. Look into GTL ref voltages as i think you might only get one CPU gtl ref while the -E gets 2.
I don't know about 45nm VTT.
If you are not already, run the ram 1:1 to rule it out. I know you said it can do 550MHz on the c2d but getting your system stable could still be easier at 425MHz if your northbridge is causing the instability and you could dial it back up when you're stable.
I think it's the gtl ref voltage, try .63 or .67 to see which works better, that's what the two on the -E are set to from memory.
You may have a northbridge and cpu ref voltage, it's the cpu one you need to look at if i recall correctly. It's years since i had my 775 rig
Yep, I was running the ram at 1:1 for these tests.


GTL ref on the P5Q pro is only for CPU. And IIRC only three choices are available.
0.61x, 0.63x, 0.65x.
You might be on to something here, as the intel spec sheet lists 0.68x as the maximum. Perhaps if I could set 0.67x, I would have an easier time.

Think it's possible to unlock custom reference voltages with a BIOS tweak?
    
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Yep, I was running the ram at 1:1 for these tests.


GTL ref on the P5Q pro is only for CPU. And IIRC only three choices are available.
0.61x, 0.63x, 0.65x.
You might be on to something here, as the intel spec sheet lists 0.68x as the maximum. Perhaps if I could set 0.67x, I would have an easier time.

Think it's possible to unlock custom reference voltages with a BIOS tweak?

Okay, I just thought I'd say it in case.
What I meant was the p5Q-E has one setting for cores 0 and 2 and another for cores 1 and 3, see the screenshot below. (also has a NB one)
Having two different settings is very helpful with a quad at high FSB frequency.

I don't know to be honest, it depends on whether the board has the hardware to support it or not.
GTL ref is more about getting the right value than a high one. As far as I remember I needed 0.63 for two cores and 0.67 for the other two but I could be wrong.

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I just ordered a xeon 5430 any chance of grabbing the bios off you I want to give it a shot

Thanks Gary
You looking for a bios template? I could
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Originally Posted by dacomputernerd View Post

I'm able to run at 400FSB with no issues, but even a small bump to 425FSB becomes unstable. Here's my post in the 771 mod thread.
Is there something specific to the P5Q Pro that I'm missing?
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Originally Posted by Mike-IRL View Post

Okay, I just thought I'd say it in case.
What I meant was the p5Q-E has one setting for cores 0 and 2 and another for cores 1 and 3, see the screenshot below. (also has a NB one)
Having two different settings is very helpful with a quad at high FSB frequency.

I don't know to be honest, it depends on whether the board has the hardware to support it or not.
GTL ref is more about getting the right value than a high one. As far as I remember I needed 0.63 for two cores and 0.67 for the other two but I could be wrong.


My P5Q, P5Q-E, and P5Q Pro boards are terrible for high FSB overclocking. The highest I was able to hit was 431 X 13 = 5.6 but it was just for a screenshot, and it took a lot of CORE/NB voltage to hit that. http://valid.canardpc.com/nx2z5y Also, the GTL's made no difference for the quad, I found absolutely no difference between 0.3 to 0.9 for pushing clocks.
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post #6184 of 6464
I dont know if anyone with knowledge of these boards still remember them, but for the life if me, I cannot get my E8400 to run under Performance Level 10. No matter what my FSB or timings are. I must be missing something.

I have G.Skill Pi 1066 RAM. Running 4.3Ghz, I can't remember if I'm at 8.5x or 9x. I originally tried 8 & 8.5x then 9x with tighter RAM, but I'm finding I cant do much to my RAM. Ive had this RAM running at ~1113 at stock timings and voltage with my Q6700, I just can't remember my Mobo settings for RAM.

Running at 478x9 (965Mhz RAM) Id think I could really tighten my RAM down. I've tried cranking my NB and FSB to +1.4v and even loosening my timings. No luck.
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All power to you over clockers.
I only ever went for the easiest OC with a budget aftermarket cooler.

How do these boards game?

Are the old Q series Intel chips able to keep up with latest vcards?
If you are pushing the fsb then that is likely to mean that you can run cards better than the gtx660 before bottle necking becomes an issue?
Has anyone done any extreme oc gaming benchmarks?

I upgraded to an ASUS R9 290X Direct CUII this week, my 5850 was FINALY showing its age with GTA V, not enough Video RAM.
I got the majority of the graphics settings up full, not too worried about AA, the in game benchmark shows 40-61FPS @1920x1200

The game plays great as far as I can see, driving is fast and smooth with the only the very OCCASIONAL stutter, nothing that affects play.
The graphics look great, a night time thunderstorm at the pier carpark looked beautiful, the puddles shimmering from the raindrops and fairground lights, loads of litter flying around the place from the wind and water splashing under passers by footsteps. Truely Stunning!

The graphics card was a HELL of a lot cheaper than upgrading the whole CPU/MOBO/RAM.
People will still whine `bottleneak` but stuff em, it wasnt thier money! tongue.gif

Put an X5460 in that board and OC it!! thumb.gif
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfoI-m-3vOk

this seemed relevant.

(I sold the core of my rig below ages ago and have always wondered if, as a gamer, if I actually needed to upgrade)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfoI-m-3vOk

this seemed relevant.

(I sold the core of my rig below ages ago and have always wondered if, as a gamer, if I actually needed to upgrade)

Sounds interesting, I'll have to check it out when I get home from work.
post #6188 of 6464
Hi guys i have problem with seidon 120v v2 with this motherboard. The issue that I am having is, once I place the water block on the CPU, about 1/8 of the water block is sitting on the 3 compasitors and will not allow CPU ccontact and i have high temps 50 ºC. Does anyone know how can i fix that?
Thanks in advance
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Intel core 2 quad q9550 @ 4.0 GHz, 1.3625v Vcore, 1.36 NB voltage, 1.8 ram voltage. 940mhz memory clock, 5-5-5-15.

FSB 471 x 8.5. 63C max with Noctua some 775 one. Aida 64 tested. Asus P5Q Deluxe.
http://valid.canardpc.com/8knshm
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Intel core 2 quad q9550 @ 4.0 GHz, 1.3625v Vcore, 1.36 NB voltage, 1.8 ram voltage. 940mhz memory clock, 5-5-5-15.

FSB 471 x 8.5. 63C max with Noctua some 775 one. Aida 64 tested. Asus P5Q Deluxe.
http://valid.canardpc.com/8knshm

That's nice OC but test it with Prime 95 Large FFT test, at least 6 hrs, it will dig out any FSB OC weakness .

Deluxe is great mb and it can OC C2Q with FSB over 450MHz which is a wall for P5Q, P5Q Pro, Turbo models.

Deluxe has andvanced CPU GTL options in BIOS for stabiliing high FSB on C2Quad processors.

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