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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2030911

username: frozenprocessor

any chance of helping me push this upwards of 5.0 ghz..........
i have phase change cooler hooked to the cpu
northbridge and voltage regulation is watercooled
turob v reports:
cpu frequency or fsb: 250
cpu voltage: 1.55
dram voltage: 1.66
vddnb voltage 1.15
ht voltage: 1.5
nb voltage: 1.4
vdda voltage: 2.8
nf200 voltage: 2.5
cpu multiplier or ratio: 19

ddr3 is kingston hyperx 2133 mhz 9-9-9-11
Edited by frozenprocessor - 10/5/11 at 11:01am
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2030911

username: frozenprocessor

any chance of helping me push this upwards of 5.0 ghz..........
Added, and welcome!

Not sure you can push much farther than that, even with phase change cooling. The Vcore can go up maybe another .05v safely; not sure about the others. And with that FSB you're probably pushing the limits of what the RAM will handle. I think you're pretty much stuck with multiplier at this point. Others might have other suggestions; but it's going to depend greatly on your individual board and CPU. I still haven't managed to get stable above 3.8Ghz.
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Just noticed that the validation I had originally sent in wks ago was rejected as well.

Here's a new one (x6 @4.0).

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2035347

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Just noticed that the validation I had originally sent in wks ago was rejected as well.

Here's a new one (x6 @4.0).

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2035347

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Question for all the M5N98TD owners. Is there a downside to using a 4 pin power on the motherboard instead of taking the cap off and using 8 pin power? I've been using 4 pin power for over a year now and didn't know if it was a good idea for me to take the cap off the other side and plug in the other 4pin power from my motherboard. A friend w/ the same setup as me says he uses the 2x4pin. So is there an advantage to using the 2x4pin or a disadvantage of any kind?
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Question for all the M5N98TD owners. Is there a downside to using a 4 pin power on the motherboard instead of taking the cap off and using 8 pin power? I've been using 4 pin power for over a year now and didn't know if it was a good idea for me to take the cap off the other side and plug in the other 4pin power from my motherboard. A friend w/ the same setup as me says he uses the 2x4pin. So is there an advantage to using the 2x4pin or a disadvantage of any kind?
I can't think of any disadvantage to using 2x4pin. If you're running a quad-core or higher processor, IIRC you'll pretty much need both connecters in order to ensure that you're getting enough power, and stable power, to your CPU, especially if you're planning on overclocking.
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I can't think of any disadvantage to using 2x4pin. If you're running a quad-core or higher processor, IIRC you'll pretty much need both connecters in order to ensure that you're getting enough power, and stable power, to your CPU, especially if you're planning on overclocking.
Got my new power supply today and put in both 4pins. Going to see if this is why my ram wouldn't run @ 1800mhz on this board. (i had a post about it but got no response) Either that or just that the power supply couldnt handle the ram at 1.66v. i would blue screen @ 1800mhz but would be fine @1600. Gonna check it out now and see how it goes. The power supply I had was pretty terrible and i'm pretty sure it was a cause of alot of my stress hopefully my new one is better.
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Here is the vaidation link you asked for http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2048039e
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Sorry, wrong link this is the correct link; http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2048039
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Sorry, wrong link this is the correct link; http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2048039
Added, and welcome!
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