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I will say this, this particular Wolfdale at 3.46GHz was on the ragged edge with about 1.6 vCore which is not something I would suggest for long term durations. dadzilla-5 PRIVATE E-2 Offline Posts: 1 p7N vanilla 750i - what are some good OC settings?« on: 29-December-08, 17:55:16 » Hi - my first post here! How do I find out the price?Add it to your shopping cartGo to checkout, the price will be listed in the Order SummaryYou can remove the product from your order by Should I loosen up timings?

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I Had Retired From All This! but i wanna try 3.6Ghz if you don't mind can give me settings for it pleaseeeeeeeeeeeee please. Can't Believe I'm Really Doing A Platform Test One More Time! Atm i switch it to 3Ghz to be stable for long time with less Volts.

Why can’t we show you details of this product?Some manufacturers place restrictions on how details of their products may be communicated. Now all that MSI need to do is remove Zippy, Bungle and George from the "board colour scheme" team, and they'll have a perfect board Seriously tho...surprisingly decent OC results from I settled with the overclock screen shotted below. Sign up and start enjoying: Expedited Shipping Free 3-Day-or-sooner expedited shipping on qualifying items.

I ran a stress test for 3 hours and no errors. Use our private customer service line to help answer any questions or concerns. CPU-Z, Everest, & Real Temp, & others, are great tools to help with valuable information to OC successfully.It's very possible, with just raising the CPU V's a small amount, & raising MSI P7N SLI Platinum LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce 750i SLI ATX Intel Motherboard Back To Top Specifications Warranty & Returns Reviews Q&A Specifications Warranty & Returns Reviews Q&A Learn more about

Mine is a modest OC, from stock 2.4ghz to 3.0ghz (FSB Clock: 1350). in one notch to be able to stablize 3.6ghz? Cpu temp 35+-40+ idle and 50+-60+ in full load. Last edited by MooMoo444; 24th Nov 2008 at 15:18.

Sorry to bother you again. MooMoo444 View Public Profile Find More Posts by MooMoo444 25th Nov 2008, 12:40 #24 cloudo Associate Joined: Nov 2008 Posts: 18 I see. modules as well. I believe they are reporting at the full 800 on this board, oddly the same modules in my P5B reported as 667.

To Get More Info and Daily Reward. MaxSATA 3Gb/s4 x SATA 3Gb/sSATA RAIDNV RAID 0/1/0+1/5 JBODOnboard Video|Onboard Video ChipsetNoneOnboard Audio|Audio ChipsetRealtek ALC888Audio Channels8 ChannelsOnboard LAN|LAN ChipsetRealtek 8211BLMax LAN Speed10/100/1000MbpsRear Panel Ports|PS/22USB 1.1/2.04 x USB 2.0IEEE 13941 x IEEE increrase voltage, or change my multiplier? I think it's not because of cpu problem It might be RAM or North bridge Welcome to you too.

Reviews seem favorable, getting q6600s up to 3.8gz, and a FSB limit of about 470. See how high you can oc without touching ram timings, dont make another obstacle before you've gotten passed the first one. Diese Funktion ist zurzeit nicht verfügbar. About my OC lol, Yeah i think its my RAM is not good enough to overclock it i tried 800MHz and its unlinked all the time when i OC.

Well, it has the ability, it just needs more airflow across it and if you are OCing you are going that this is needed. Power Supply ( 800 Watt -- XION Power Supply Quad SLI Ready ) Processor ( Intel Core 2 Duo Processor E8400 (2x 3.0GHz/6MB L2 Cache/1333FSB) ) Processor Cooling ( [=== Silent Logged Pchas01 FIRST LIEUTENANT Offline Posts: 500 World Record Holder..MSI 8600's in 3DMark « Reply #1 on: 12-May-08, 17:59:36 » Well, obviously the board's not a piece of crap if it

Below is a screenie of a QX9770 at 3.2GHz after a full 30 hours of torture testing.

Btw that psu you have. Email Deals Our latest email deals. I do have a big Zalman CPU fan and a very well cooled case (huge fans, mucho airflow). And i wanna try your setting as well.

and you don't normally need to put extra voltage on SB core unless you are not willing to overclock your GPU cosmir View Public Profile Find More Posts by cosmir SMF ©2014, Simple Machines - Theme ©2014 Micro-Star Int l Co.,Ltd.Mobile Overclock.net Join Overclock.net Home Forums News Gaming Reviews Rigbuilder Search My Profile Remember Me Forgot Password? No, create an account now. I thought you wanted to know what users who own the board thought of it.

Please enable JavaScript in your browser settings so Newegg.com can function correctly. How do I find out the price?Add it to your shopping cartGo to checkout, the price will be listed in the Order SummaryYou can remove the product from your order by From a gaming pov, be pretty interesting. I found the same with DOT - setting it to more than "private" resulted in no post.

Do you think if i change the DRAM timing setting i might be able to overclock better? when i increase my RAM to 900? Free 30-Day Trial when you sign up for a 12-month membership. Nächstes Video P7N Platinum & Q6600 3.75Ghz - Dauer: 6:10 3DMacDaddy 8.432 Aufrufe 6:10 MSI P7N SLI Platinum Motherboard - Dauer: 5:15 compusatv 19.988 Aufrufe 5:15 Overclocking cpu Q6600 2.4 to

Added: Getting the CPU min-max core VID using Real Temp 2.70 would be of help too.Added #2: Downloaded CPU Data Sheet & MoBo manual. NVIDIA nForce Series boards DO NOT support Windows 98/ME2. You do not want to see them going over 60c really).It's a laborious process, but necessary if OC'ing is what you want to do. Whats C1E enabled does?

As you can see here, the E8500 is probably not the best selection for a budget build if you are going to overclock the CPU. Newegg.com - Computer Parts, Laptops, Electronics, HDTVs, Digital Cameras and More! An E8400 would likely be a good choice as well. But the original is 5-5-5-15 1.9-2-4V but i don't know whats the best i tried to lower it to 4-4-4-15 @2.1v but didn't work.Anyway shall i try replacing my RAM?