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This method has been used by many guys at the Official P5Q Pro/Turbo thread and they all have succeeded using it.
LoL I tought that I have seen that method somewhere here on OCN..

Yes that method is bullit proof..

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20 runs successful with IBT. The stepping of the cpu is E0, so it should take less voltage than C0, shouldn't it?

Bios settings atm:
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20 runs successful with IBT. The stepping of the cpu is E0, so it should take less voltage than C0, shouldn't it?
Kuyu, yes it needs less voltage than C0 for sure.. but how much that's depending on the chip

Some are golden and some are less

So, with those settings you're prime95 and IBT stable?
Should be pretty stable system then..

Or still encountering any problems?
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Kuyu, yes it needs less voltage than C0 for sure.. but how much that's depending on the chip

Some are golden and some are less

So, with those settings you're prime95 and IBT stable?
Should be pretty stable system then..

Or still encountering any problems?
I'll Blend test overnight. There are no BSOD's no nothing so far, kinda quite like before a storm.
Edited by Kuyumdzhiev - 3/11/11 at 2:33pm
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my c0 chips needs over 1.4v to get 4ghz
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Ok, I think it is stable now 7:30 hours Blend test with Prime95 no errors.
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Ok, I think it is stable now 7:30 hours Blend test with Prime95 no errors.
Nice

So you should be all good.. until you want to push it some more
But you now know how to find the stable settings so it shouldn't be a big problem anymore. That method i told you was by KingT at Official P5Q Pro/Turbo thread.. it helped me to solve my problems when i started really pushing my system.
You'll see the link to the thread in KingT's sig above.


If you push it more and have stability problems in the future with your P5Q board, i recommend that you take part in the thread there.. you'll get great advices from the guys and fast replys usually.
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Nice

So you should be all good.. until you want to push it some more
But you now know how to find the stable settings so it shouldn't be a big problem anymore. That method i told you was by KingT at Official P5Q Pro/Turbo thread.. it helped me to solve my problems when i started really pushing my system.
You'll see the link to the thread in KingT's sig above.


If you push it more and have stability problems in the future with your P5Q board, i recommend that you take part in the thread there.. you'll get great advices from the guys and fast replys usually.
Yeah it was a lot easier, than just trying random settings tho Thank you all who have helped me get my clock and system stable, Cheers!
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Yeah it was a lot easier, than just trying random settings tho Thank you all who have helped me get my clock and system stable, Cheers!
You're welcome. It's always nice to help a fellow overclocker

Indeed. If you're new to overclocking and just start making random changes to voltages & settings it's pretty much to luck to succeed

Now you know better so maybe you can push it to 4.25Ghz if your temps are fine.. it's only 0.5x to the multi more,some vcore and several runs on IBT again
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You're welcome. It's always nice to help a fellow overclocker

Indeed. If you're new to overclocking and just start making random changes to voltages & settings it's pretty much to luck to succeed

Now you know better so maybe you can push it to 4.25Ghz if your temps are fine.. it's only 0.5x to the multi more,some vcore and several runs on IBT again
The fun was short tho, again a BSOD occurred while i was testing the system with FIfa 11, the same thing happened yesterday and now again even with stable system... maybe the memory is faulty or maybe the hard drive, because i was recording via fraps????? The funny thing is that a game like BF:Bad Company 2 which is really resource demanding runs smoothly as butter, and Fifa 11 BSOD's the hell outta the system... I just dont get it how can a stress programs say that everything is just fine, but some games will cause a bsod.... Bad Company 2 which is a very very demanding game runs smoothly for hours....
Edited by Kuyumdzhiev - 3/12/11 at 7:20am
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