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    Default Cpu clock ratio & SPD

    Hey guys here is my system;


    Gigabyte 965pds3 rev 3.3 motherboard, intel e6600 cpu,ati sapphire hd 5870 vapor-x o/c edition, 4*veritech 800 mhz 1 gb ram. xilence 750 watt psu.




    i did overclock my system to 3.6 ghz orginal speed is 2.4 ghz for e6600.i have to use 1.8 vcore for stability for this overclock(there is not 1.7 vcore on bios,damm it.there should be a way to put 1.7. It goes 1.6 to 1.8). I know it's to high but it is not for casuel uses. i just want to see how much my system can be overclock. Tempruture is fine its below 80 degree.


    Here is my questions;


    My motherboard support only 800 mhz ram. And my cpu clock ratio can be maximum 9. When i give 400 fsb, it reach 800 mhz for ram and there is no 1.0 for memory multiplier.AS result, i cant go upper than 400 fsb cuz ram'mhz reach it's max limit




    There are only 2 option to go high for my system


    1-i should find a way to put memory multiplier to 1.0


    2-I should unlock cpu clock ratio as i know it'is imposible but if this can be lock there should be way to unlock it.




    thank you.

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    Default Re: Cpu clock ratio & SPD

    Quote Originally Posted by beyaz View Post

    There are only 2 option to go high for my system


    1-i should find a way to put memory multiplier to 1.0
    No can't do, because memory multiplier tied to FSB therefore if FSB increase so as memory freq., unless your motherboard has a feature allow you to untie it.

    2-I should unlock cpu clock ratio as i know it'is imposible but if this can be lock there should be way to unlock it.
    Once again NO as well, your CPU is low-end, it's not unclocked multiplier.



    thank you.
    Quote Originally Posted by beyaz View Post
    i did overclock my system to 3.6 ghz orginal speed is 2.4 ghz for e6600.i have to use 1.8 vcore for stability for this overclock(there is not 1.7 vcore on bios,damm it.there should be a way to put 1.7. It goes 1.6 to 1.8). I know it's to high but it is not for casuel uses. i just want to see how much my system can be overclock. Tempruture is fine its below 80 degree.
    now it's something for you to digest.

    I know the overclock isn't for 24/7 usesage but 1.8v will kill the CPU at no time if you're not using exotic cooling method.

    What's exact temperature and who says 80c is fine operation temp?

    According to Intel's white sheet, the ideal maximum temp is 60c and 1.55vcore.

    This type OC we usually call suicide run.

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    Default Re: Cpu clock ratio & SPD

    Like Deton mentioned, 1.8v is to high for 3.6GHz, but look at it this way, if you fry your chip, it will be a good excuse to update your system to a Z68 board and a 2700K chip

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    i know there is system which protects the cpu when is about to overheat ,is reboated by the system.

    it is dangerous i know it but i want to overclock my system more than 3.6ghz

    my cooling system is here;
    http://www.vatanbilgisayar.com/So%C4%9Futma%20Sistemleri/zalman-cnps10x-flex-cnps10x-flex-intel-lga77511561366-amd754939940am2am2+am3-islemci-sogutucu/productdetails.aspx?I_ID=45167

    i put two fan on it.

    Tempratures are about 70-75 degree on working

    how can i see on bios for spd(memory multiplier) x1 there is minimum x2

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    Default Re: Cpu clock ratio & SPD

    Quote Originally Posted by beyaz View Post
    it is dangerous i know

    Temperatures are about 70-75 degree on working
    When you say degrees, do you mean Celsius or Fahrenheit degrees?

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    it's celsius

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    Quote Originally Posted by beyaz View Post
    i know there is system which protects the cpu when is about to overheat ,is reboated by the system.

    it is dangerous i know it but i want to overclock my system more than 3.6ghz

    my cooling system is here;
    http://www.vatanbilgisayar.com/Soğutma Sistemleri/zalman-cnps10x-flex-cnps10x-flex-intel-lga77511561366-amd754939940am2am2+am3-islemci-sogutucu/productdetails.aspx?I_ID=45167

    i put two fan on it.

    Tempratures are about 70-75 degree on working

    how can i see on bios for spd(memory multiplier) x1 there is minimum x2
    High voltage generate heat, high heat is electronic components enemy, it's might not kill your chip right away but it's degrading it overtimes. It's your hardware your call. But always check it's specifications and work within it to prolong the hardware thought.

    I know you're aiming high and don't want to listen. There's no way to unlock the tied multiplier between CPU & RAM. If your motherboard is not support it then nothing else you can't do about it.

    Wanna to run CPU&RAM at 1:1 ratio?
    then run the FSB at stock.

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    i get it. i wish i could do it

    anyways ty

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