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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostRider View Post
    Update the only change i made was the cpu voltahe everything set to auto ... and i made a mistake its @ 1.375 not 1.475
    Very nice, 1.37 sounds more realistic. It's still an amazing overclock, even more so because your voltages aren't so crazy high, especially on air cooling. I'm just curious to see what your motherboard is setting for your north bridge, south bridge, dram, and fsb termination voltages, since you have them on auto. You can use Asus PC Probe II or Everest to find those voltages. The auto settings usually sets voltages higher than they need to be, so viewing what they are at auto and maybe manually lowering them slightly might be something worth doing, you don't have to do it, especially since your machine is stable, but I would still like to see all of your voltages, and maybe what temperatures everything is running at besides your CPU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sebna View Post
    Does any body of you guys have P45 a3 ver? You can check it in CPU z - thanks
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    hello eyeryone,

    i'm already raise my processor to 3 Ghz but i'm still not sure i'm done it right. Because i'm didn't know how to overclock. i use the "cpu level up" set to Q6850 then set the ram speed to 1066 and let everything in default on the bios.

    here the picture:
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    i see that my temperature for Southbridge and Northbridge is around 50c-52C,i wonder if safe with that temperature...my pc only using air cooling. Also i want to ask can raise the clock more..?(like 3.2Ghz or 3.4GHz).

    Any advise to overclock it in right way are welcome. Thank

    *sorry if my sentence isn't very clear..my english is bad.

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    @ Krutz,
    can't read your screen shots. It's normal for NB/SB at the temps when you're on air cooling. Have you take a look at the first page of this thread?
    There are a table of overclocking template, guide how to improve on the NB/SB temp, read it.

    No matter what overclocking frequence you try to get if you can keep the load temp (cores) under 65c then you are safe.

    I know there are no template for Q6600 but here what you can do. Leave every settings at Auto except the FSB and CPU ratio at 9. Input the FSB that you want to achive, now use Everest to report all the information (voltages), use the Everest as you starting point work you way down to the lowest voltage until you find the stable settings. Mobo usually over volt when you set it at Auto.

    After you know your OC is stabled then you can start tinkles the other settings if you wish or you can leave them at Auto.

    If you have any problem then you can post your bios settings so we can see what you doing wrong, good luck.

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    Alright,thank you for quick reply.I'm really appreciate that. I will do it and post the information later for the voltage and temperature. Now, i'm realize why my "cpu multiplier" always keep going down from 9 to 8 then to 6. So i should set the cpu ratio manually to 9 therefore i keep the cpu alway 3GHz.

    Thank you again,sorry for interruption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krutz View Post
    Alright,thank you for quick reply.I'm really appreciate that. I will do it and post the information later for the voltage and temperature. Now, i'm realize why my "cpu multiplier" always keep going down from 9 to 8 then to 6. So i should set the cpu ratio manually to 9 therefore i keep the cpu alway 3GHz.

    Thank you again,sorry for interruption.
    No you need to disable the C1E setting if you don't want to use power saving feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    No you need to disable the C1E setting if you don't want to use power saving feature.
    I guess it's personal preference, but I like to leave this feature on. Power savings when you aren't in need of all your processing power is always great to bring down the power bill a little, unless there is a benefit to turning this feature off that I don't know of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    No you need to disable the C1E setting if you don't want to use power saving feature.
    Thank you,for the information i will leave it enable,i seem from what you said it normal because it only power saving features.

    Here the information about voltage and temepratures where i clock the q6000 to 3.2 GHz with FSB Frequency : 356 , cpu multiplier : 9. i only set the fsb and multiplier then leave every settings. I see a huge change for the load temperatus.


    idle/load

    temp
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    Cpu:33/44
    core1:44/59
    core2:42/56
    core3:36/49
    core4:40/52
    Mobo:36/40
    NB:47/52-53
    SB:48/52-54

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    cpu core:1.38/1.38
    cpu vtt:1.18/1.18
    +3.3v:3.33/3.33
    +5v:5.04/5.04
    +12v:11.94/11.93
    DIMM vtt:0.94/0.93
    NB+1.1v:1.30/1.28
    SB+1.1V:1.12/1.12
    SB+1.5v:1.50/1.50

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    DRAM : FSB Ratio : 10:8
    Memory timigs:5-5-5-15 CR2
    Memory clock:445 Mhz
    Memory speed: 890

    i figure out that i will not try to raise the fsb tu get 3.4 or 3.6 because to worried about the south bridge and north bridge also will raise more than 55 C.Therefore i will continue again when I solve the temperatus issue. I considering to apply new thermal paste for north bridge and south bridge then put the washer for the back of the mobo.I will need sometime to take out everything on my computer and do some cable mangement.

    my setup



    Thank you, everyone for helping me. (^_^)

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    Krutz,
    The temps look normal with air cooling, what is your ambient temp when you took the load temps reading?

    If you have ambient temp @ 21c and the load temps at 60c then you have a headroom for the summer ambient temp when it could raises up to 24-25c then the load when will raises as well, it will be mid 60ish. And if you have 24c ambient and 60c load then you still have room to overclock it a little more.

    your cables are not that bad, what you can do to improve the case cooling by remove the PCI slot covers, turn one of the top fan (right) make it as instake. Now at least you have a little turbulence air flow around RAM/NB area. Try it or you can experiment different alternative to see which setup will give you better temp and let us know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Krutz,
    The temps look normal with air cooling, what is your ambient temp when you took the load temps reading?

    If you have ambient temp @ 21c and the load temps at 60c then you have a headroom for the summer ambient temp when it could raises up to 24-25c then the load when will raises as well, it will be mid 60ish. And if you have 24c ambient and 60c load then you still have room to overclock it a little more.

    your cables are not that bad, what you can do to improve the case cooling by remove the PCI slot covers, turn one of the top fan (right) make it as instake. Now at least you have a little turbulence air flow around RAM/NB area. Try it or you can experiment different alternative to see which setup will give you better temp and let us know.

    i think the ambient temp is about 26-28C.Its to hot here (my room dont have air conditioner). i also run the OCCT 2.oa last night set it for 70C run for 1 hour but it stop after 30 minutes then pop-up message "cpu too hot". I try it once more set the OCCt to 90C then the OCCT complete in 1 hours show the result the maximum temperatus is 73C. My cpu cooler not efficient enough maybe,i think. I will try to turn the top fan also to see how it work. (^_^)

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    Quote Originally Posted by krutz View Post
    i think the ambient temp is about 26-28C.Its to hot here (my room dont have air conditioner). i also run the OCCT 2.oa last night set it for 70C run for 1 hour but it stop after 30 minutes then pop-up message "cpu too hot". I try it once more set the OCCt to 90C then the OCCT complete in 1 hours show the result the maximum temperatus is 73C. My cpu cooler not efficient enough maybe,i think. I will try to turn the top fan also to see how it work. (^_^)
    I wouldn't set the temp at 90c, it is not safe if you have your core temp reach over 70c, you might have to reseat the cooler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    I wouldn't set the temp at 90c, it is not safe if you have your core temp reach over 70c, you might have to reseat the cooler.
    owh,ok. I will revert it to 3.0 Ghz stay with that clock. I need reseat the cooler,thank you for your time. Its really help me figure what wrong with my setup. Will back after improve the cooler.


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    Hi everybody,

    can you help me with a strange problem, I install for the first time a raid 1 and the bios 1802 in a fresh install and no program recognizes the 4 cores and worst the Vista experience points only gives me 4,8 to a q6600 at 3,6 mhz, ( allways 5,9) and the super Pi 16 sec ( allways under 14 sec.).

    Well Everest recognizes the 4 cores but gives the same temps to all cores, and it's not possible.
    Any ideia? If I flash the bios again, I lose the raid and the data in the HDD?
    Besides this problem the Raid and everything else works fine,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Famcra View Post
    Hi everybody,
    I install for the first time a raid 1 and the bios 1802 in a fresh install and no program recognizes the 4 cores and worst the Vista experience points only gives me 4,8 to a q6600 at 3,6 mhz, ( allways 5,9) and the super Pi 16 sec ( allways under 14 sec.).
    you were saying "first time a raid 1 and .....", I gotta to ask you this.
    Do you have two identical Maxtor 500Gb harddrives set as RAID1 or just one HDD?
    The reason I asked because you only list only one HDD in your specs.

    If there is only then this is could be the culprit of performance hit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Famcra View Post
    Well Everest recognizes the 4 cores but gives the same temps to all cores, and it's not possible.
    Any ideia? If I flash the bios again, I lose the raid and the data in the HDD?
    Besides this problem the Raid and everything else works fine,

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    Hi Deton,

    Thanks for the quick reply and congratulations for your first post, believe me if I read your post 3 months ago i save a lot of hours.
    But returning to the present problem, yes i have 2 Maxtor, and cpu-z last version 1,49 don't recognize the 4 cores the FSB and memory speed, I never saw a problem like this.

    thanks,

    famcra

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    Quote Originally Posted by Famcra View Post
    Hi Deton,

    Thanks for the quick reply and congratulations for your first post, believe me if I read your post 3 months ago i save a lot of hours.
    But returning to the present problem, yes i have 2 Maxtor, and cpu-z last version 1,49 don't recognize the 4 cores the FSB and memory speed, I never saw a problem like this.

    thanks,

    famcra
    that's weird, I never experience this before. The only thing I can think of to advice you is, to reverse back to the older bios version, the one that don't give you any problem. I'm still on 1307 version. Here is my rule of thumb for the bios, if it is stable don't bother upgrade it, some time you might run into some issues.

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