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Old February 13, 2009, 03:31 PM
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Don't forget to hit CTRL+F1 to see all options.

PCI-e freq, 101.
CIA, disabled
Performance enhance, standard.
SPD, manual
SPD multi, 2.00
DDR2 volts, 1.9V
FSB overvoltage, +0.1V
gMCH overvoltage, +0.2V over 400 FSB
CPU voltage, to be adjusted, max 1.40V

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ok that makes sense so what is the average to go from the setting is at 333 so how far should I boost it up to 400? that which program do I test for stability / heat and for how long? oh and by the way thank you
I've hit 500 FSB, with an E8400.

Use OCCT to test stability.

Keep a close eye on temps, don't go over 70C.
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No problem for the help...I try my best...

As to voltages, I am unsure, as each board/cpu/memory combo, even of the same parts, will have different requirements. The board should be able to go 400 without any adjustment, but maybe not...

you can use many programs, OCCT, Prime95, IntelBurnTest, Cinebench...personally, I run them all...If i cannot run 48-hour tests of each app without errors, it's not stable enough for me.

That said, I run 533x7.5 for 4ghz on X48...you should be able to get the same, if not better...maybe a little less....


P45 is very varied in it's clocking...some boards do 600FSB, some barely top 510...you just gotta try, test, try, test, try, test, until you feel comfortable.

Just be aware that you can corrupt your OS, so please back up any important data before attempting anything.
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did the above, bought a whole new pc to o/c on because of it.

I have the same mobo in both my rigs.

the 2180 does 2.66 all day long at stock everything with all power saving features on, good enough for that rig.

we will see what the 6750 will do under water next week.
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Not sure if its too late. But check out THIS GUIDE .

Its has some decent info on how to overclock on an p35-ds3l
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