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"yes" set the PCI-E to 100
its set there by default , any idea haw i can read the current ppl voltage ?
to insure its applied correctly ?
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its set there by default , any idea haw i can read the current ppl voltage ?
to insure its applied correctly ?
Sorry I don't know of any thing that will check the PLL on your board
Although there could well be something that can do it!
But as long as you set it to safe volts, it should be OK
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Hi,

we seem to have a similar setup... I've been running the E8500 at 3.82 for quite some time now with V 1.3. Very stable and amazingly with the stock cooler quite cool. Idle at 35C and stressed somewhere in the low 50's.
    
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its set there by default , any idea haw i can read the current ppl voltage ?
to insure its applied correctly ?
I have an ASRock board which might have the same BIOS. If so, go into Advanced, Chipset Configuration, Voltage Configuration to find the PPL Voltage adjustment.



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thanks i know were cpu pll adjustment is . i just want to monitor the current
value in use.


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Hi,

we seem to have a similar setup... I've been running the E8500 at 3.82 for quite some time now with V 1.3. Very stable and amazingly with the stock cooler quite cool. Idle at 35C and stressed somewhere in the low 50's.
my cpu is at 3.8 using only 1.160 core voltage . just for the record .
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thanks i know were cpu pll adjustment is . i just want to monitor the current
value in use.



my cpu is at 3.8 using only 1.160 core voltage . just for the record .
As long as it's set to a safe voltage, it's going to be fine
The only one I've ever bothered monitoring was the v-core volts!

You could always try Everest
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I have a very early batch E8500. It is on my wife office machine. Before I unassembled it, I tried to OC it, and it can do 4.3G and did a Super PI. This is pretty good for 10 mins work. I scaled it down to 4G, twist ram a bit and it can do Prime 95 for more than one hours. I am sure it will be stable if I have time to twist ram and NB etc.
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I have a very early batch E8500. It is on my wife office machine. Before I unassembled it, I tried to OC it, and it can do 4.3G and did a Super PI. This is pretty good for 10 mins work. I scaled it down to 4G, twist ram a bit and it can do Prime 95 for more than one hours. I am sure it will be stable if I have time to twist ram and NB etc.
i went to 3.8 stable on very low core voltage and never crashed .
what happened with you at 4g after that hour on prime85?

this guy oced it like you to 4.3 on stock fan . and didnt have issues .

http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...el_e8500/3.htm


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Set vNB,PLL,vFSB,vRAM MANUALLY if you don`t want to damage your PC components..

CHEERS..

king i dont mean to question your rank . specially with p5q pros
but there are few good web sites including asus support forum that
has advised me to leave the voltages on auto . i am quite lost as
you see :

http://forum.novatech.co.uk/showthre...071#post316071

http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s...ht=id1x&page=2

http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?...Language=en-us
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i went to 3.8 stable on very low core voltage and never crashed .
what happened with you at 4g after that hour on prime85?

this guy oced it like you to 4.3 on stock fan . and didnt have issues .

http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...el_e8500/3.htm

It ran fine but I decide to stop it so I unpack it. OC is a bit tricky. It very depends on a good combo of chip, board and ram. Yes. It can be. My cooler is $15 generic cooler,and it was good enough for her office machine at that time.

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king i dont mean to question your rank . specially with p5q pros
but there are few good web sites including asus support forum that
has advised me to leave the voltages on auto . i am quite lost as
you see :

http://forum.novatech.co.uk/showthre...071#post316071

http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s...ht=id1x&page=2

http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?...Language=en-us
Different people have their own OC techniqe but I never let voltage auto. You start from stock and add a bit each time until it is stable. It is a long time process sometime.
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King i dont mean to question your rank . specially with p5q pros
but there are few good web sites including asus support forum that
has advised me to
have the voltages on auto . i am quite lost as
you see
Check for yourself how P5Q Pro OVERVOLTS NB,FSB,PLL,RAM when OCing with AUTO settings..IN THIS REVIEW

They used digital multimeter to check real voltages..

Also mobo overvolts PLL and FSB if you use manual setting less than 1.54V for PLL and minimum vFSB 1.20V (for 65nm CPU) or 1.10V (45nm CPU)..

Those guys that recommended you to OC with AUTO voltages simply don`t have necessary experience with this motherboard..

You do what you want,it`s OK with me as it`s your hardware..

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