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Troubles Overclocking E8200 on an ASUS P5N-D Mobo

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March 16, 2010 11:02:44 PM

Hello, i'm new to the site. Just looking for some help overclocking my E8200 watercooled atm on my ASUS P5N-D motherboard, i've tried almost everything, no matter what i change the settings to it doesn't boot, even 5% overclock wont boot. is there something i'm missing? or is my motherboard faulty?
Thanks! I would really appreciate the help!
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March 17, 2010 7:42:20 PM

we need more info on what you are trying to do to get the oc. and why do you have a watercooled system if you are not overclocked in the first place. if we can get more info we can get you some help
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March 17, 2010 11:52:25 PM

if you change the bus frequency to anything but the stock settings it doesnt boot, it also doesnt matter what voltage i set, or memory timings, or latency, it still doesn't boot. i was wondering if anyone with the some motherboard/processor could help me out. I have to be missing something, or my motherboard faulty.
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March 18, 2010 2:35:43 AM

I've got that same board, and it is an absolute bitch to overclock.

What BIOS version are you using? Latest is 1104 or something.
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March 18, 2010 4:05:52 AM

i have version 1101
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March 20, 2010 10:38:25 AM

Google "ASUS P5N-D overclock". Quite a few hits.

Why reinvent the wheel.
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March 21, 2010 3:45:19 AM

Doesn't help at all. If i would have found something on google I wouldn't be asking here.
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March 21, 2010 5:17:46 AM

Well I dont know much about nvidia chipsets I do know they suck at overclocking the best for core 2s are P45 chipsets but anyhow. Make sure your ram is unlinked and set to whatever your ram is 533, 667, 800. Then raise your FSB to whatever you want to overclock leave everything else alone. I have an E8200 and i didnt have to start adding extra voltage til i hit 3.4ghz but all chips are different. Also make sure your RAMs voltage is set correctly too.

I have heard so many horror stories about that chipset on that board from what i have seen people were lucky to get 500mhz OC out of it. I am able to hit 4GHZ with my E8200 and could go higher but my RAM is holding me back a little.

If you could can you list all you components it helps us see conflicts are other problems that could be a problem.
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