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stevenm56

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I've got my E8400 stable at 4.05GHz but any higher and CPC benchmarks doesn't like it
I've got it booted at 4.23Ghz but.......no joy :(
Anyone got any idea of how to break the 4GHz barrier?

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Tell us all your settings :D Evveerrryyyttthhhiinnnnggggggggggg

:D

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Okay....
FSB 450
Cpu voltage: 1.325
Ram @1128MHz 2.2v
Anything else?

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What mobo are you using? Whats your Northbridge voltage, PLL voltage, termination/vTT voltage?

What cooling are you using?

:)

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I'm guessing plenty more tbh.

Which mobo, which RAM and (if you can do it) some piccies of all your bios settings.

The more info you can give the better.

If Kenny can't help you, I doubt anyone else can. ;)

Edit: gah, kenny pipped me to it.

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CPU Ratio setting (Auto)
FSB (450)
PCI-E Frequency (100)
FSB Strap with North Bridge (Auto)
DRam Frequency (DDR2-1128 )
DRam Timing control (Auto)
DRam Read Training (Auto)
Memory OC Charger (Auto)
Ai Clock twister (Auto)
Ai Transaction Booster (Auto)
CPU Voltage (1.32500)
CPU GTL Reference (Auto)
CPU PLL Voltage (Auto)
FSB Termation Voltage (Auto)
DRam Voltage (2.2)
NB Voltage (Auto)
SB Voltage (Auto)
PCI-E Sata Voltage (Auto)
Load-Line Calibration (Auto)
CPU Spread Spectrum (Auto)
PCI-E Spread Spectrum (Auto)
CPU Clock Stew (Auto)
NB Clock Stew (Auto)
CPU Magin Enhancement (Performance Mode)

Motherboard - Asus P5Q PRO TURBO
Ram - Crucial Ballistx PC 8500

Cooling - Artic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

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ok :D

Try the following for now:

CPU Ratio setting (Auto)
FSB (450)
PCI-E Frequency (100)
FSB Strap with North Bridge (Auto)
DRam Frequency (DDR2-1128 )
DRam Timing control (Auto)
DRam Read Training (Auto)
Memory OC Charger (Auto)
Ai Clock twister (Auto)
Ai Transaction Booster (Auto)
CPU Voltage (1.32500)
CPU GTL Reference (Auto)
CPU PLL Voltage (1.55-1.60v)
FSB Termation Voltage (1.40- 1.45v)
DRam Voltage (2.2)
NB Voltage (1.30-1.35v)
SB Voltage (Auto)
PCI-E Sata Voltage (Auto)
Load-Line Calibration (Enabled/ Performance)
CPU Spread Spectrum (Diasable)
PCI-E Spread Spectrum (Diasable)
CPU Clock Stew (Auto)
NB Clock Stew (Auto)
CPU Magin Enhancement (Performance Mode)

:)

We can work on RAM straps and timings later if you still want more once the CPU is sorted. Its also possible that the MHz are as good as they'll get at that vCore. My CPU is a pretty poor water clocker. Try those voltage changes first and see what happens :)

:D

Asus + Auto= dangerous. TBH

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Those are the settings for a Stable 4.05GHz BTW
Will try those settings

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Whats your Northbridge voltage, PLL voltage, termination/vTT voltage?
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Sorry but you are asking from a post 3yrs ago ..




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