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    Ahh, sounds like you killed them! Ya, I thought that was kinda low Vcore for that speed! Wonder why CPU-z does that, I have never seen it error. Maybe the speed has it loosing it's mind

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    Seems strange they just decided to die, they've never been over 1333MHz and never been over voltage max spec, I guess it happens. They're only 10 months old too, RIP, lol
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    Did you push them to tight maybe? That can kill em as well.

    That is kinda quick to die too!

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    only to the 1066MHz 6-6-6-18, SPD is 914MHz 6-6-6-18, 1066MHz 7-7-7-20 so I doubt the extra 150MHz would be sufficient to knock them over. They're rated to run 1375MHz 7-7-7-20 at 1.7v according to the data sheet, KHX11000D3LLK2/2G so I really doubt 1066MHz 6-6-6-18 would be the cause.

    The other 2*1GB kit that was installed during the same run is still working just fine.
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    CPU, E8500 at 9.5x485 (4608) with a TU120E
    MB, Asus P5E, BIOS 0903
    Memory, 2x1 Patriot PC29600 at 5:4 1212 5-5-5-15-3-50 tRD7
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    To much voltage, left the window open, room was around 10c when I started, looks like 4 sticks are faster?

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    mmmmmmm, have to agree with you on the vcore, it is a "tad excessive" for air cooling, nice score though none the less.

    So close to sub 10 too

    Four modules equals double the capacity, bang the other two in and run it again, lol (j/k)
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    ANZAC_ELITE

    I don't think the board is up to much more, would post at 4.7 when I started but no Windows. Made Windows at 4650 locked up when I started Everest, 4635+\- stayed around just long enough to do a Everest memory test and play with the timings in MemSet. This is the second time I've pushed it and both times have topped out around 4610 using 9 or 9.5. 8.5 needs more FSB than the board has for 4.6. Even cooled it better this time with the side panel removed and a floor fan on high blowing on the board.

    Close but no cigar on sub 10s

    Time to have a few pints

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    mmmmmmmm, pints

    That's not too bad an oc for you chip, I'm still struggling for 100% stability at 4.50GHz, hopefully the next bios revision will address a couple of little issues to do with GTL Ref voltages, currently the settings are +1 +2 +3 etc which make it virtually impossible to know what you're actually setting the voltage to without using a multi meter.

    500MHz FSB is stable enough but I run into "issues" try to go much higher, more time needed in the bios untill I get used to it I think
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    yeah your definitely gonna need some better cooling on that... also try to drop the voltage down a bit... 1.528V after droop is a bit crazy... you could always try voltmodding the board in order to keep the voltage down a bit... some extra voltage and a touch more skew on the FSB might also help you get stable...

    i've seen guys get that chip up to 4.82GHz on air and about 5.3GHz on water (on P45 boards)... so with a bit of tweaking you should be able to get 4.7 at least...

    oh yeah... you could also try lapping the cooler and the CPU itself
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    I'm using the native BIOS which is rather vanilla, would have to go to the Rampage Formula or P5E Deluxe BIOS to get Skew settings. The P5E Deluxe won't run my standard OC at 9x460 and the RF BIOS 0403 limited my ram to around 1150mhz with the same max FSB speed as the native BIOS, haven't tried the newer RF BIOS to see if they improved the memory stability, might do that.
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    Temps never really got out of hand, saw a 68c core as I remember. With the cool room and the floor fan the RAM and NB never got more than warm to the touch.
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    About all I can do is try a newer RF BIOS and see if I can pull a few more Mhz from the board and a little more from the RAM. Or try a new MB.

    Thanks for the Comments
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    Last edited by Aleslammer; 11-07-2008 at 12:09 PM. Reason: Changed BIOS from 0407 to 0403

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