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Make sure RAM is not the problem. Set it to unlinked and try to keep them at around 800MHz. Also set RAM timings manual. Try 5-5-5-15. Also make sure you use Command Rate 2t.

Also try to increase NB Volts a few notches.
I understood everything but "command rate 2t"
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I understood everything but "command rate 2t"
It seems your board names it as 'Command Per Clock'. Anyway, make sure it is set at 2t. Do not use Auto.

    
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It seems your board names it as 'Command Per Clock'. Anyway, make sure it is set at 2t. Do not use Auto.

cheers, trying now.
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I understood everything but "command rate 2t"
Thank you very much! Success!

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Congratz Now, next you could try is to down the multi from x9 to x8 and try out 1600QDR (400 x8) = 3.2GHz. This should be a very nice 24/7 setting for a Q6600. Of course, make sure your CPU has enough V-core. And mind RAM speeds. Also do not forget NB Volts.
    
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Congratz Now, next you could try is to down the multi from x9 to x8 and try out 1600QDR (400 x8) = 3.2GHz. This should be a very nice 24/7 setting for a Q6600. Of course, make sure your CPU has enough V-core. And mind RAM speeds. Also do not forget NB Volts.

Cool i'll try that as i usually have my pc running a lot of hours every day.

Do you have any suggestions for the NB voltage? if i remember correct it ranges from 1.10 to 2.47 and by default it's set to auto, so it's hard to figure out what voltage is used when it's on auto.

mind ram speeds?
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Cool i'll try that as i usually have my pc running a lot of hours every day.

Do you have any suggestions for the NB voltage? if i remember correct it ranges from 1.10 to 2.47 and by default it's set to auto, so it's hard to figure out what voltage is used when it's on auto.

mind ram speeds?
You will just have to try different NB Volts... I'm guessing in the range 1.3 to 1.5v for 400FSB.

Yeah, try to keep your RAM as close to spec as you can. To rule them out of instability when overclocking.
    
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You will just have to try different NB Volts... I'm guessing in the range 1.3 to 1.5v for 400FSB.

Yeah, try to keep your RAM as close to spec as you can. To rule them out of instability when overclocking.
will the 5-5-5-15 be ok? 2 commands per clock.

going to try

400fsb.
8x multiplier.
5-5-5-15
1.4vNB

btw, i took the case panel off of my pc, i have ddr2 ram. 4x1gb


i tried the crysis 2 demo a second time after oc'ing to 3.0ghz and you can feel the difference!



I tried this setup but it didnt work out, i had the strangest thing occur to me. it booted and usually i only have one user on the computer without a password so it automatically just logs on for me so i got the desktop when i press start button on my pc.
but after doing these tweaks in bios 2 users showed up on my computer both with passwords i didnt have ***!.

anyways thank you all for the help, you have all been a great help today!

I'm happy with the 3ghz setup now.

again, thanks!
Edited by Misterbass67 - 3/5/11 at 9:00am
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will the 5-5-5-15 be ok? 2 commands per clock.

going to try

400fsb.
8x multiplier.
5-5-5-15
1.4vNB

btw, i took the case panel off of my pc, i have ddr2 ram. 4x1gb


i tried the crysis 2 demo a second time after oc'ing to 3.0ghz and you can feel the difference!



I tried this setup but it didnt work out, i had the strangest thing occur to me. it booted and usually i only have one user on the computer without a password so it automatically just logs on for me so i got the desktop when i press start button on my pc.
but after doing these tweaks in bios 2 users showed up on my computer both with passwords i didnt have ***!.

anyways thank you all for the help, you have all been a great help today!

I'm happy with the 3ghz setup now.

again, thanks!
Your RAM should be fine at 5-5-5-15. You can still run them at 800MHz on the 400FSB. I assume it is PC6400 RAM? If not, you can unlink them and go down to 667MHz on that motherboard, I belive.

If you are having problems with 400FSB you could always try 1424QDR x9. It would also be about 3200MHz.
    
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Your RAM should be fine at 5-5-5-15. You can still run them at 800MHz on the 400FSB. I assume it is PC6400 RAM? If not, you can unlink them and go down to 667MHz on that motherboard, I belive.

If you are having problems with 400FSB you could always try 1424QDR x9. It would also be about 3200MHz.
I'm running 1424 qdr/fsb right now. voltage is 1.3250 but i crash occassionally, should i set the voltage higher or lower?
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