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Turbo V Basic Settings Help I7 920 P6T

Can anyone help give exact simple Turbo V settings for an:
AIR COOLED INTEL CORE I7 920
P6T Motherboard ? Please !
I only want to achive a safe reliable Overclock.
[No BIOS options / only Turbo V settings please; listed below]

The only settings I can use are listed here. {Turbo V Standard}
* Basic Settings *
BCLK Frequency - ? ---(currently at 134 - 166 mhz)
CPU Voltage - ? ---(currently at 1.22500v)
DRAM Bus Voltage - ? ---(currently at 1.50v)
QPI/DRAM Core Volt - ? ---(currently at 1.20000v)
* Advanced Mode * {I can use this if necessary}
-CPU/CHIP VOLTAGE-
CPU PLL
ICH PCIE
IOHPCIE
ICH
IOH
-DRAM REFERANCE VOLTAGE-
CHA Data
CHB Data
CHC Data
CHA Ctrl
CHB Ctrl
CHC Ctrl
Thanks - Cheers
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  1. Well so far I've been able to set the ;
    BCLK - Up to 159 then crash at 160
    CPU voltage - I can not more it up at all or instant crash
    DRAM Bus Voltage i have at 1.56
    Qpi/Dram Core Volt is at 1.25
    That has me at about 3.1 GHZ (3800mb transpher per sec; I believe its a 700mb increase) via mycooltools.com
  2. Ok well in case anyone is ever interested. My 2nd day
    Installed SPEEDFAN CPUZ and 3DMARK
    Changed BIOS BLCK to 169 DRAM is at 1355
    All voltages are on AUTO
    3DMark scores-
    A bit over 2000 for CPU
    1300 ish for Graphics
    Seems stable temps were good through the test.
    I used ATI overdrive autotune for my 5850 processor is at like 3.36GHZ
    Seems like a good solid 1400 dollar build to me.
    Im a total novice
  3. Turbo V ---------almost burned my mobo. It automatically raised the CPU voltage to 1.6
    I disabled it completely might start a new thread about how I got my bios all in the blue 3.67 ghz fully stable temps under 70 all day. Seemed pretty easy (day 4)
  4. Best answer
    natefostersr said:
    Ok well in case anyone is ever interested. My 2nd day
    Installed SPEEDFAN CPUZ and 3DMARK
    Changed BIOS BLCK to 169 DRAM is at 1355
    All voltages are on AUTO
    3DMark scores-
    A bit over 2000 for CPU
    1300 ish for Graphics
    Seems stable temps were good through the test.
    I used ATI overdrive autotune for my 5850 processor is at like 3.36GHZ
    Seems like a good solid 1400 dollar build to me.
    Im a total novice


    I have the same setup. Im a noob and almost was not going to mess with OCing, but I always buy asus MB and why, if your not going to OC? I was under the impression that if you were going to mess with OCing that you would turn off the Turbo Mode overdrive thing, and just do an overclock???? I only went up to 3.0 and stopped, but I have read many go to 3.6 with no problems.

    I spent around 3K total on my system with everything. Two one meg 9800gt sli cards are ok, but I guess I could have done better.

    CPU: Core i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz
    Speed : 3.0 GHz

    Motherboard: ASUS P6T DELUXE V2

    Memory: 12 gigs of Corsair CM3X2G1600C9 2GB DIMM DDR3 PC3-12800U DDR3-1600

    Video Cards: 2 NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT (2x 112 SM4.0 1.4GHz, 2x 1GB DDR3 2x900MHz, PCIe 2.00 x16)

    Hard drives: WDC WD740ADFD-00NLR5 (74.4GB, SATA150, 3.5", 10000rpm, NCQ, 16MB Cache) : 69GB
    WDC WD7500AADS-00L5B1 (750.2GB, SATA300, 3.5", NCQ, 32MB Cache) : 699GB

    dvd:HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GH20LP20 (ATA66, DVD+-RW, CD-RW, 2MB Cache)
    Optiarc DVD RW AD-7170A (ATA66, DVD+-RW, CD-RW, 2MB Cache)

    Case: Antec nine hundred two
  5. I disabled Turbo and Hyper threading. (keeps Temps way Down)
    Took Turbo V off the Startup list
    Voltages in the blue run 3.8 GHz ive been up to 4.1 stable good temps with Air cooling
  6. Mobo- ASUS P6T SE
    Processor- Core I7 920 - Overclocked to 3.8
    RAM- 6 GB Kingston Hyper X 1600 (running at about 1555)
    Video Card- XFX HD 5850 - Overclocked (GPU 950 MHz)- (Memory 1150MHz)
    Hard Drive- Kingston SSD 64
    PSU- ATX 700w

    3D Mark- P18685 (GPU-17209) (CPU25160)
  7. Best answer selected by natefostersr.
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