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Help O'C My System Guys Please!!

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October 29, 2006 1:31:46 PM

HI everyone i have a new system and i want to get the best out of it. :roll:

specs: :oops: 

mobo/ asus p5w dh deluxe (latest bios 1407)
ram/ ocz platinum series x2 512 pc2 8000
cpu/ core 2 duo allendale e6400
cooling/ titan vanessa type/L
gfx / NVdia gforce 7300 gs

please help me oc'ed thanks very much guys!!!!!!

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October 29, 2006 9:35:00 PM

well thanks guy for the great support 8O

thought someone would help... anywayz

i managed to get up to 3203.53 Mhz will still push harder will give results after :?
October 30, 2006 4:55:47 AM

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HI everyone i have a new system and i want to get the best out of it. :roll:

specs: :oops: 

mobo/ asus p5w dh deluxe (latest bios 1407)
ram/ ocz platinum series x2 512 pc2 8000
cpu/ core 2 duo allendale e6400
cooling/ titan vanessa type/L
gfx / NVdia gforce 7300 gs

please help me oc'ed thanks very much guys!!!!!!


I'd venture a guess that you do not have an allendale CPU as those aren't due out until 2007, but you do in fact have a Conroe core with 2 of the 4 MB of cache on the die disabled..

I think your graphics card might be somewhat of a bottleneck. Any chance you can upgrade that, or if you've already made the purchase, RMA?

Are you using a quality thermal interface material like Arctic Silver? Honestly dude, it doesn't look like you needed much help -- that's a hell of an overclock and the Titan is a pretty impressive cooler.
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October 31, 2006 7:01:11 AM

Nice setup there. You should be able to achieve higher clock speed than my 3409MHz on my E6300, which is running on stock cooling.

Your graphics card may be the bottleneck like RichardJSampson mentioned, but if you set PCIe to run at 100MHz, it will not affect the overclocking of your processor.

Anyway, try to hit as high as you can, and keep us posted. Coz I'm gonna build a new rig some time soon. Thinking whether I should build another E6300, or E6400.
October 31, 2006 7:25:08 AM

rmm i cant go any higher can anyone recommend some settings please 8O
October 31, 2006 8:26:23 AM

I guess we need more numbers? Voltages? Frequencies? Temperatures? etc etc ... ?
October 31, 2006 9:32:49 AM

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CHIPSET SETTINGS
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Dram ecc mode = DISABLED
Hyperpath 3 = DISABLED
dram thresold = DISABLED
conf ram by spd = ENABLED
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CPU CONFIGURATION
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Mod ratio supp = DISABLED
Microcode Updation = ENABLED
Mac CPUID Val limt= DISABLED
Execute Disabled Funct = DISABLED
eNHANCE c1 control = DISABLED
CPU INTERNAL THERMAL CONTROL = DISABLED
VIRTUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY = DISABLED
INTEL SPEEDSTEP TECH = DISABLED
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JUMPER FREE CONFIGURATION
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ai overclocking = manual
cpu freq = 400
dram freq = AUTO
performance mode = AUTO
pci express freq = 100
pci clock synchronization = 33.33Mhz
mem voltage = AUTO
vcore = AUTO
fsb termination voltage = AUTO
mch chipset voltage = 1.55v
ich = 1.20v
digital home mode = disabled
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hardware monitor
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AI QUIET = DISABLED
CPU FAN CONTROL = DISABLED

IDLE CPU TEMP = 26 C
FULL LOAD = 28 C
October 31, 2006 2:32:35 PM

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JUMPER FREE CONFIGURATION
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ai overclocking = manual
cpu freq = 400
dram freq = AUTO
performance mode = AUTO
pci express freq = 100
pci clock synchronization = 33.33Mhz
mem voltage = AUTO
vcore = AUTO
fsb termination voltage = AUTO
mch chipset voltage = 1.55v
ich = 1.20v
digital home mode = disabled


You might want to set DRAM Frequency to 1:1 (2x) or something similar.
Disable Performance Mode.
I don't know how your mothreboard sets the memory and core voltages, but I'd personally disable the auto, and set those values myself. These values are different on different setups. So I recommend you to test them out yourself. Stock Vdimm are usually at 1.8V, and Vcore are at 1.325V. If you're overclocking your RAM module, you'd usually need higher than stock voltages for Vdimm. Vcore would differ, some run them below stock voltage stable, and some up to 1.4+V, and even higher.
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