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hersounds

avellaneda,buenos aires

entradas: 6485

23:03 03/06/2007

1

me pasaron una data la cual me fue muy util y quiero compartir con ustedes,voy a dejar el idioma original ya que una traduccion puede arruinar la data,de todas formas es idioma"bios" y quienes quieran ponerlo en practica seguramente van a entenderlo

For the 965Pand E6400 You should be able to easily hit 3.2 ghz using the 8.0 ratio.
First go into the bios and change overclocking to manual. Slowly raising these settings is best in the overclocking, but if you are lazy you can start at the top. Let stability be your key.

# vCore: 1.375
# vFSB: 1.300 (Auto)
# vNB: 1.3 (Auto)
# vMem: 1.8 – 2.45 on ASUS Boards. Default on DS3 is 1.8 and moves in +.1v increments. Find the maximum your warranty will allow.
# Configured FSB: 400 x 8 = 3.2ghz, May be less or more depending on processor.
# Memory Ratio should be 2.0 on DS-3, DDR2-800 on P5B
# Configured Ratio: 7 (E6300), 8 (E6400), 9 (E6600), 10 (E6700), 11-50 (X6800)
# Configured Memory Timings: 5-5-5-15/4-4-4-12 (Configured under Chipset)
# C1E and SpeedStep off, Locked PCI Express Frequency locked at 100, PCI Sync Mode at 33.33.

975x Overclocking

First go find the section AI Tuning, or the Equivalent for your 975x Board. BadAxe is labeled "Overclocking."

# vCore: 1.425(3.4ghz)/1.475(3.5 ghz)/1.525(3.6 ghz) To Compensate for Vdroop
# vNB: 1.7
# vMem: 2.0-2.5 (Find the warranty for your ram)
# Configured FSB: 1520, 1560, 1600
# Memory Ratio: 1:1 on 975x. This corresponds to the Ram Speed being 2x the fsb. I.E. 400 = DDR2-800.
# Configured Ratio: 7 (E6300), 8 (E6400), 9 (E6600), 10 (E6700), 11-50 (X6800)
# Configured Memory Timings: Configured under chipset. I would say most ram should be able to handle 4-4-4-12 @ 800mhz. If you are lucky your ram will be able to do CAS3 and get better performance.
# C1E and SpeedStep off, Turn off any PCI-E linkboost as it is actaully slower.

Reference 680i Overclocking
First go into bios and change overclocking to manual. Slowly raising these settings is best but if you are lazy you can start at the top and work your way backwards on voltage. Let stability be your key.

# vCore: 1.425(3.4ghz)/1.475(3.5 ghz)/1.525(3.6 ghz) To Compensate for Vdroop
# vNB: 1.4
# vMem: 2.0-2.5 (Find the warranty for your ram)
# Configured FSB: 1520, 1560, 1600
# Memory Ratio should be asyncronomous.
# Configured Ratio: 7 (E6300), 8 (E6400), 9 (E6600), 10 (E6700), 11-50 (X6800)
# Configured Memory Timings: Memory is Asyncronomous. Change to whatever you would like under "FSB Memory Config." I would recommend anywhere from 800-1100. Change the timings to expert and this will allow you to change CAS and other things.
# C1E and SpeedStep off, Turn off any PCI-E linkboost as it is actaully slower.

Asus 680i Boards (Asus 680i Boards Work Best for 1T)

First go into bios and change overclocking to manual. Slowly raising these settings is best but if you are lazy you can start at the top and work your way backwards on voltage. Let stability be your key.
All settings are located under Extreme Tweaker.
# vCore:1.625 (Core 2 Quad has a large Vdroop) under Overvoltage
# vFSB: 1.4
# vNB: 1.4
# vMem: 2.4-2.5 (Make sure you have ram warrantied to do this)
# Configured FSB: 1200 Quadcores can't handle more then
# Memory Ratio: Set to Whichever MHZ you are stable at as it is ansyronomous.
# Configured Ratio: 14-16
# Configured Memory Timings: Memory is Asyncronomous. Change to whatever you would like under "Overclocking." I would recommend anywhere from 900 4-4-4-8-1T. Change the timings to expert and this will allow you to change CAS and other things.
# C1E and SpeedStep off, Turn off any PCI-E linkboost as it is actaully slower.

esta es data que tambien pueden volcar a sus configuraciones,mas alla que sean para determinados chipsets,prueben y respeten los valores,depsues una vez que le agarraron la mano ,puede decirdir si ir por mas o no,como siempre ya saben el overclocking es un riesgo que decide tomar cada uno,nadie se hace responsable por daño de hardware.

High End Level

dewey

entradas: 718

23:18 03/06/2007

2

Muy buena data her , se agradece mucho el aporte.Data muy util para los q recien empiesan con le tema de los voltajes.

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Provervio ruso.

Hardcore Extreme Level

hersounds

avellaneda,buenos aires

entradas: 6485

23:25 03/06/2007

3

mmm no es tan para principiante,pero si es util ,mejor.

Hardcore Extreme Level

locoturbina

entradas: 6141

23:36 03/06/2007

4

Buena data man, se agradece…

Hardcore Extreme Level

hersounds

avellaneda,buenos aires

entradas: 6485

23:51 03/06/2007

5

gracias loco,tengan en cuenta que son parametros para tener en cuenta ,pueden variar las necesidades de voltaje en cada sistema,asi que mas o menos orientense en eso,pero no dejen de probar otras configuraciones tambien.

Midle End Level

pepimaster

entradas: 270

12:38 12/06/2007

6

muy bueno her, siempre es bueno tener una pequeña referencia
en el 975x para el 4300, como seria el multi? en 9? yo lo tengo asi, tengo 9x340. en una p5w dh

Hardcore Extreme Level

Willy888

C:\Windows

entradas: 5059

23:53 12/06/2007

7

muchas gracias her, lo voy a tener en cuenta, hasta ahora no e configurado ningiun c2d, pero igual gracias…

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Entry Level

Eze25

entradas: 92

00:02 13/06/2007

8

Muy buena data her, no me pasas la fuente de la data???

Saludos!!!!

Extreme Level

teto89

Villa Crespo

entradas: 2290

00:46 13/06/2007

9

gracias por la data !! muy util ! saludos

 
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Hardcore Extreme Level

striker

Cochabamba- Bolivia

entradas: 3450

13:50 18/06/2007

10

muy buena data hersounds

saludos

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Hardcore Extreme Level

Fede777

CapFed

entradas: 4718

14:10 18/06/2007

11

Yo hice 3150 sin tocar ningun voltaje, solo la memo +0.1, todo lo demas sin modificar, con el ultimo bios