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    First of all, I'm new to this forum and to overclockings. So hello. =))

    I don't know whether this is the right place to open this thread, but here goes:

    As you can see under my username, my Q6600 is running at 2.8GHz at 35-39C and the ratio between CPU and RAM is 1:1. Now in my mobo setup I switched my RAM from 800 to 667 and start ocing the FSB. Is this method correct?

    I have put the voltage stuff on auto as I'm very inexperienced and afraid to fry my hardwares. My RAM is currently on 5-5-5-15.

    And here are a few more questions:

    1. Is it possible to run a 800 RAM more than 800? (sorry for this noob question = =)

    2. If question 1 is a YES, then is it recommendable that I lower my CPU multiplier to get more FSB so that my RAM has more... the uh.. the numbers = ="

    Pls help xD

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    welcome to the forums

    You seem to have a grasp on how this all works. You can run 800mhz memory higher than 800, but by how much is going to come down to lady luck.

    I'm not familiar with the adata ram you have, but to try and push it i'd recommend you put everything back to stock, use the 800 setting in the bios, and then slowly increment the FSB, which in turn will increase the memory. Best to grab CPU-Z so you can see all the system changes as you overclock.

    I'd say this is step one, eventually you'll reach a point where the memory will fail, and then you'll find the sweet spot. You may then want to add more voltage, what are you currently using on the mem?

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    Wow it's the admin =D

    And double Wow + WTF the specs in your comp are ZOMFG imba!!11 o.O

    Anyway wat's the best ratio for my cpu if i use 800 settings for my RAM

    I have CPU-Z but the weird part is:

    1. Properties on My Computer shows I'm running my CPU at 3.19 altho it's 2.9
    2. CPU-Z shows that my multiplier is x6 although it's x8 currently.
    Weird = ="

    As for the voltages I'm all on Auto..

    Thx for the reply ^^

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    thats abit odd. maybe a compatibility issue?

    also, its faster for us to help if you type everything out.it can get abit confusing when you use too much net slang and are talking about technical issues.

    make sure your carefull if your playing with voltages.you dont want to kill it :P
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    oops.. sorry ><

    i mean, what's the best FSB multiplier for my CPU if i set my RAM on 800 at start then slowly raise the FSB? does it affect anything?

    sorry for my bad english T^T

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    Quote Originally Posted by F34R._pErSeUS View Post
    I have CPU-Z but the weird part is:

    1. Properties on My Computer shows I'm running my CPU at 3.19 altho it's 2.9
    2. CPU-Z shows that my multiplier is x6 although it's x8 currently.
    Weird = ="

    As for the voltages I'm all on Auto..

    Thx for the reply ^^
    Are you using the latest version of those programs?

    The multiplier at 6 and 8 because you have everything set at auto. Especially, you have the Speedstep enabled the MOBO will controls the multi. It adjusts the multi accordingly to the demand work load of the CPU. This is a power saving feature.

    About the Mem; I'm personally like to keep it at 1:1 divider. Some ppl like to push their mem a little further by make it go faster than the FSB. This is all depend on your mem can handle it or not, sometimes you have to loose it up than FSB to keep your rig stable.

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    no worries mate, it just makes life easier lol.

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    Yeah I downloaded those from the site before i started oc-ing, which is pretty recent.

    I did not set EVERYTHING at auto.. you can't overclock if "AI Overclocking" is on auto right? About the Speedstep thingy I'll go check it out again though, where is it located?

    Currently my CPU's on 380 x 8 so my RAM's on 760..

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    Quote Originally Posted by F34R._pErSeUS View Post
    I did not set EVERYTHING at auto.. you can't overclock if "AI Overclocking" is on auto right?
    That's right. Everything is preseted.


    Quote Originally Posted by F34R._pErSeUS View Post
    About the Speedstep thingy I'll go check it out again though, where is it located?

    Currently my CPU's on 380 x 8 so my RAM's on 760..
    It's under "Advanced" menu

    Modify Ratio Support - disabled, if you want to select a different multiplier. If you enable this, you can select a lower one if you want, some people think a lower multiplier and a higher FSB is better.
    Remember this: higher FSB the more heat you are going to get.

    C1E – Intel’s so-called enhanced halt state. This is a power savings option. Disable it when you do stabitlity test, enable later on and see if the system remains stable.

    Max CPUID value limit – disable unless you’re running an older O/S like Windows NT.

    Vanderpool – disable unless you’re running VMWare or virtualPC; this option enables additional extensions within the processor that yields added acceleration when running multiple O/S’s on the same machine through virtual machines.

    CPU TM function – enable. Option affects CPU protection/throttle management to help you when you don’t realize you’re pushing your chip too hard.

    Execute Disable Bit - enable. XP has a setting to help with virus protection and requires this set to enable.

    PECI – This stands for Platform Environment Control Interface - disable or enable. This affects how your DTS (Digital Thermal Sensors) report the core temps of your CPU. I have mine enabled and have read several posts now that suggest having it enabled does indeed give more accurate core temps.

    SpeedStep - Automatically lowers the multiplier from its max. (9x for the Q6600) to 6x when the machine is idle. The result is less power consumption and heat production. It goes back up to 9x when you start to get a CPU load. This is a power savings option.

    Note: I don't know about your board but some boards have to disable these 2 settings C1E & SpeedStep before you can manually change the Vcore voltage.
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    heck.. i've checked out my BIOS and in the advanced menu, there's CPU configuration and Jumperfree configuration. Overclock's on Jumper and Multiplier locker's on CPU but I can't seem to find where the Speedstep is..

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    Quote Originally Posted by F34R._pErSeUS View Post
    heck.. i've checked out my BIOS and in the advanced menu, there's CPU configuration and Jumperfree configuration. Overclock's on Jumper and Multiplier locker's on CPU but I can't seem to find where the Speedstep is..
    It's in the CPU Config., have you scroll the memu all the way down at the bottom?

    It's call Intel SpeedStep tech.

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    i did.. still no such stuff. but nevermind. how did you get ur Q6600 to go 3.47?? @.@"

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    Quote Originally Posted by F34R._pErSeUS View Post
    i did.. still no such stuff. but nevermind. how did you get ur Q6600 to go 3.47?? @.@"
    Weird, sorry can't help you on this because I never have a P5K board before.

    Increase the FSB and pump up the Vcore voltage and let it fly. Q6600 G0 is better OC than the B3 version. Q6600 can go up to 3.6ghz or 4.0ghz on water cooling but it depends on the mother boards as well. It's not every Q6600 can go up that high, when you go that high you have to deal with the heat. C2D is the best chips to OC so far but I hear the Penryn will be better OC than the Quad cousins.

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    how to "Q6600 G0"??

    should've got a water cooler.. since i don't have much of a "budget"

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    Quote Originally Posted by F34R._pErSeUS View Post
    how to "Q6600 G0"??"
    What do you mean by this?
    Wana to find out your CPU specs? Use a program call CPUZ (freeware), B3 version is the first generation of Q6600. Most of Q6600 is shipped with G0 version now. When did you buy your Quad?

    Quote Originally Posted by F34R._pErSeUS View Post
    should've got a water cooler.. since i don't have much of a "budget"
    You don't have to get WC if you have no budget, I believe you can get Q6600 up 3.0ghz or 3.2ghz with HFS.

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