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I got to 300 FSB 9 multiplier with 1.35v and i set my ram settings to it's default with 1t. However, I can't get passed 300 FSB yet. I tried to bump up 1-2 notches for every 5-10 fsb increases and when I save and exit from the bios, my monitor just idles looking for other imputs even the computers on.
Can overclocking affect the pci-e slot and not make it work?
You have to jump directly to 333FSB. In your board that is 1333QDR. Between 1200 and 1333 there are lot's of FSB holes in that board. I've owned that board myself

Also run your mem unlinked at 667MHz. Set RAM voltage to 1.9v. For NB Voltage try 1.565v if lower fails. This should work.

Edit: Sorry, thought you were using the Asus P5N-E SLI board in your sig.
    
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You have to jump directly to 333FSB. In your board that is 1333QDR. Between 1200 and 1333 there are lot's of FSB holes in that board. I've owned that board myself

Also run your mem unlinked at 667MHz. Set RAM voltage to 1.9v. For NB Voltage try 1.565v if lower fails. This should work.

Edit: Sorry, thought you were using the Asus P5N-E SLI board in your sig.
yeah lol i had that board until i got my parts yesterday. My current rig is listed on my post so if you don't mind helping me out, please feel free to post your opinion
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Please give me the full name of that AsRock P43 mobo
    
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post #15 of 66
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Please give me the full name of that AsRock P43 mobo
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813157174
that's the link on the newegg about the mobo
it's ASRock P43DE3 LGA 775 Intel P43 ATX Intel Motherboard
according to them
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813157174
that's the link on the newegg about the mobo
it's ASRock P43DE3 LGA 775 Intel P43 ATX Intel Motherboard
according to them
Go to the OC Tweaker Screen. Select the 'DRAM RCOMP and tRD Configuration'. Then set DRAM CH0 tRD and DRAM CH1 tRD's to 10

Also make sure the DRAM Command Rate is at 2t and not 1t

Then try 400 x8

If that does not work, try 356 x9
Edited by turrican9 - 4/16/11 at 4:17pm
    
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Go to the OC Tweaker Screen. Select the 'DRAM RCOMP and tRD Configuration'. Then set DRAM CH0 tRD and DRAM CH1 tRD's to 10

Also make sure the DRAM Command Rate is at 2t and not 1t

Then try 400 x8

If that does not work, try 356 x9
Sure I will give that a try when I'm off the work tonight and I will post the results here after i give that a try. BTW, what voltages should I put in for vcore, dram, NB and SB voltages?
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post #18 of 66
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Sure I will give that a try when I'm off the work tonight and I will post the results here after i give that a try. BTW, what voltages should I put in for vcore, dram, NB and SB voltages?
Try 1.35v for V-core. This you must test later. See if you can lower it or if it needs to be increased. Use Prime95 Small FFT's to test.

NB you can set at 1.2v or 1.25v. SB voltages you can leave at AUTO.
    
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post #19 of 66
Ok, I found this post as I was looking for some info on how to OC my Q6600 but unfortunately I don't know what the end of this story was as skycbc5405 didn't come back to tell the forum!

Anyways, I'll try to be quick and maybe one of you experts might be able to help me

So far I've been playing games such as Bad Company 2, Crysis, WOW, COD - World at War, on maximum detail without low frame rate issues. Now, for the 1st time I had to run a game on medium graphics to keep my frames at 25-30 struggling sometimes down to 18 (Rift: Planes of Telara).That made me think that I am reaching a point where I should either spend a descent amount of money and get a brand new system or spend minimum and upgrade...

My rig:

Motherboard: Gigabyte X48T-DQ6
CPU: Q6600 @ 2.4Ghz (stock cooling)
RAM: Corsair DDR3 1333 4GB (2x 2GB dual channel)
Video Card: Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT DDR3 (Zalman)
Power Supply: Glacial Power 750W
HDD: Samsung 500 GB SATA 300

My plan: spend 1/3 of the investment of a brand new computer that I've been considering to put together ($2000), and buy the following upgrades:

Two AMD Radeon 6850 (crossfire) - ($200 ea)

Corsair Hydro Series H70 (for OC cooling) - ($160)

Corsair Performance 3 SSD HD 64Gb - ($190)


Now lets go to some facts:

I am not a frame rate benchmark maniac. I love playing my games with high quality and descent frame rate (min 35).

Rift will be the game I'll play most of my free time (not a lot), so I am not too worried about other games that may be heavier in graphics.

I am aware that the Z68 is coming possibly in May. I am not willing to be Intel's laboratory rat and have headackes trying the new technology without some sort of backing that it will be reliable. With that being said I am looking at another two years with my existing computer until I finally get my brand new system.

Now my questions:

1- What is your opinion regarding my plan? (any opinion is welcome!)
2- If I manage to OC my CPU @ 3.0GHz or higher, could it still become a bottle neck?

Cheers,

Allan.
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Hey Helipilot. Just a tip; U should definitly start Ur own thread instead of using this one. U will definitly get more response by doing that AND U wont f** up this thread. Dont meen to be an ass here, just give U pointers....
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