500 FSB wall on E8500 Tags: Intel Overclocking Last response: October 11, 2009 1:24 PM in Overclocking Share SpidersWeb a b K Overclocking October 11, 2009 9:23:45 AM ... does not exist It's actually just a hole. I posted this in my other thread, but I wanted to post this up anyway just to get the message to a few of you overclocking folk who have stopped just shy of 500FSB. I read about it being a hole last week, so thought (with my new motherboard) I'd give it a crack at making a big jump-over on air cooling only. That's without using crazy voltages. DDR2-1066 is now running 1:1 CPU peaks at 60C, NB gets hot though. My apologies if you guys already knew this. Edit: quick question, does the '2' after Threads mean 2 threads per CPU, or does it mean HyperThreading is off? I never turned it off?? More about : 500 fsb wall e8500 apache_lives October 11, 2009 1:24:08 PM This is exactly like the FSB400/1600 wall with the E6xxx series (4mb L2) - i broke it when people were claiming it was impossible - ran an E6600 @ 3200/1600 on a ASUS P5B Deluxe Wifi/App for years and all on stock voltages! m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources OC E5200 @ 3,00 GhZ // fsb wall or my mistake? Forum The answer to the 260fsb/Ht wall on the 1055t!!!!!!! Forum Brick wall from FSB 280 to 281? E5200 Forum Suspected fsb wall on p45. Forum FSB Wall? Q6600 w/ 680i LT Forum FSB Wall.... anyway around it ? Forum Hitting a FSB wall too early? Forum E7200 Overclock Problem...333 FSB Wall Forum E6550 FSB wall? Forum FSB Wall question Forum gigabyte 965p-ds3 rev 1.3 399fsb wall Forum ds3 rev 1.3 399fsb wall Forum which of these has the highest FSB wall? Forum overclocking wall of 230 fsb on my 4400 Forum My PC draws 300w from the wall. Is my Antec 500w Earthwatts enough? Forum WTB: Indy 500 Target Housings and Shadow Wall Target Forum CPU, FSB varies by 500 +/- Mhz Forum 500mhz FSB, 4ghz E8400... is this normal? Forum Help with OCing E8600 (multiplier 9, FSB 500mhz) Forum E8400 FSB speed > 500??? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !