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    Quote Originally Posted by Kraven View Post
    It was about 12 which is about 24 dollars probably less as we get a bit ripped off here.

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    Hollycow....$25 buckerools?
    Over here we only cost from $12 - $15 USD, it must be importing cost and the other fees added on? Damn.... I feel your pain bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Good job, only few $$$ mod and gained 5C . BTW, how much did yoiu pay for that fan?

    @Weckwriter, I guess you took those temp at first cold boot. It's look normal but you should check it again after 30min of idle and right at 1hr of 100% load. This will determine that actual Idle/Load temps.
    This was after about 45 minutes at idle. Ambient temp was cool this morning though. On a normal day most temps are 1-2C over this at idle.

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    Do you think its worth while to upgrade to a 64bit OS from XP Pro? The reason: I just added an additonal 4GB of ram and in the BIOS is saying 6GB but once running only 3GB is recognized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quincy View Post
    Do you think its worth while to upgrade to a 64bit OS from XP Pro? The reason: I just added an additonal 4GB of ram and in the BIOS is saying 6GB but once running only 3GB is recognized.
    Hell yes, only half of your ram showing id say id want that other half put to good use. Id upgrade to 64bit vista

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quincy View Post
    Do you think its worth while to upgrade to a 64bit OS from XP Pro? The reason: I just added an additonal 4GB of ram and in the BIOS is saying 6GB but once running only 3GB is recognized.
    If you want future proof 64bit OS and software, utilize all the ram you have or max out 8Gig capacity, security, stability and performance.

    Before you switch to 64bit OS, check if all of your hardware support 64bit OS, software (most 32bit software will work under 64bit but some don't, same for games as well), the only way to find out is to install it and find out if it's work.

    If you have to give up must have software or your favorite games or a piece of hardware don't have 64bit driver then it's not worth it, IMO.

    In my case, most of my software are working fine under 64bit, some games don't (I don't care about this because I'm not a hardcore gamer, plus getting bore playing the same old games), but one of my USB wireless adapter and video capture unit (still waiting for the driver) won't work because no driver for it.

    To solve this problem you can do dual boost OS thought.

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    Just discovered that i had the spotcool fan on the low setting when i thought it was high knocked a further 3 degrees off

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    When you're overclocking, you need to improve the temperature by adding more fans or go with watercooling. The more fans you have the more noise you are going to get. We're all love to have a quiet PC, if you have a good fan controller will solve this problem.

    To see user's review click here http://forums.pureoverclock.com/showthread.php?t=2838

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    I can't seem to get my E6600 past 3.1, doesn't last long enough to be a heat issue. I normally get the BSOD. On ultimate vista 64 but was the same on XPpro.

    cpu: E6600
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    Voltage is at like 1.37 for the cpu and 2.0 for ram

    CPU voltage was lower and stable just I've been playing with it and did not write down the exact number before hand.
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    would you like to post yr BIOS settings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigil View Post
    I can't seem to get my E6600 past 3.1, doesn't last long enough to be a heat issue. I normally get the BSOD. On ultimate vista 64 but was the same on XPpro.

    cpu: E6600
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    Ram: Corsair 4gig of DDR2 667
    Voltage is at like 1.37 for the cpu and 2.0 for ram

    CPU voltage was lower and stable just I've been playing with it and did not write down the exact number before hand.
    My best guess is, need more voltage for Vcore and NB.
    If I remmeber correctly I think you need at least around 1.4v ish to get e6600 to get over 3.4ghz. I have to look back my C2D setting note.

    As Bullydog mentioned, it's best if you post your setting then we can see what you did wrong.

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    Need some help for a noob please.

    I just built a Formula Maximus on air, Q6600 with 2 gigs of Corsair 1066 memory (XMS-8500) 2.1 Volts.(5-5-5-15)

    I want to run it stock for now, not overclocked until everything is loaded.

    I went into the Extreme Tweaker menu and set AI Overclock Tuner to manual, then went to DRAM frequency and set that at 1066, then went to DRAm Voltage and set that at 2.10 volts. The voltage was reading 2.20 on Asus Probe, so I changed it to 2.0 volts and it dropped to 2.10 indicated on Asus Probe.

    Is that all I should need to do for now ?

    I am concerned that my Northbridge temp is running 49 Celcius
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    Read to Read Delay (D) : auto
    Write to Write Delay (S) : auto
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    CPU PLL Voltage : 1.6v <-- find your sweet spot Auto
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    South Bridge Voltage : 1.05v Auto
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    DDR2 Controller REF Voltage : REF Auto
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    SB LED Selection : SB Volt
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    49 degrees on the NB is very high -- but that's what mine's running at right now.

    Best bet is to remove the heatsink (carefully) and apply some Arctic Silver 5 to it (after removing ASUS' inferior thermal "cement")

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    Or use the easier route like and get antec spotcool fan which knocked +10 degrees off my NB. Check my other posts for pics.

    The issue with your ram overvolting is normal, mine did the same so yes your settings look fine for now.

    You have set your nb voltage to auto, im running at 3.33ghz on my q6600 and my northbridge is at 1.36voltage (real voltage according to everest) you should maybe check what yours is as if its high you could probably reduce it to knock some heat off it as your only running at stock at the moment.
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    Thank you both for your reply's. Kraven, you are spot on with the fan idea. Last night I took an 120mm case fan and propped it at an angle on top of my 8800GTX OC video card and that made a noticeable difference, bringing the temp down to 39-40c, checked the temp with Everest and it agreed with Antec on the same number. Of course it is not the cleanest looking setup, but I have other things to worry about as well. I will try possibly today to lower my Northbridge voltage and see how that affects the temp.

    On other thing that was interesting to mention to people. I have a BFG 650 watt power supply in this Antec 900 case with an BFG 8800 GTX OC video card. The cables for the video card will not fit inside the case and allow the side to go on the case, as they have heat shrink and strain relief on them and plain old just stick out too far. This was unexpected, I have another twin to this machine that has an BFG 1000 watt supply and I do not have the same issue, the cables are not the same and will fit in the case. :cool:
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    With my psu i have the connector to go from psu to gfx card but also with the graphics card i got a cable that i could use instead of using the specific one from the psu.

    So maybe you could try the different cable if it was supplied with the card itself, it looks like a splitter and requires 2 power cables to be connected to it

    look at image link below shows the cable.

    http://www.ixbt.com/video3/images/g9...2-complect.jpg

    Hope this helps

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    Kraven,

    Your picture link will not display for some reason. I do have some adapters that convert (2) molex plugs into 1 PCIE plug for the video card. I was hesitant to use that because I did not know what rail of the power supply that power was coming from as compared to the pcie cables, and wanted to make sure to give the card all of the power it needed without sharing it with other devices. I did find a link to housings and pins on a different forum and it looks like i could make my own short extension cable without and heat shrink / starain relief that would also solve the issue. For now, I just removed the plexi panel from the side of the case and let them hang out.

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