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    Default Re: Overclocking the P55-UD4P / i7860

    So it looks like I'm stuck at 4.0 GHz. So I have been tinkering with VCore, and I think I found my sweet spot at 1.3375V.

    Any less, and Prime95 gets errors within an hour.

    At 1.3375, I can do Prime95 for 24 hours at about 63C.

    Any more, and my temperature goes up to 72C.

    So I am now officially content with my 32 GHz beast, with working eSATA.

    Thanks everybody!

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    What was the story with that e-sata problem? I don't have my e-sata drive to test with but when I get it back, will I need these drivers too? It does not work right with the MS drivers right?
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    Windows 7 couldn't do anything with the ports until I installed the JMicron drivers. Since I did that, they have worked perfectly.

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    you might be able to clock higher if you disable hyper threading unless youve allready done that
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    Quote Originally Posted by InterMurph View Post
    Windows 7 couldn't do anything with the ports until I installed the JMicron drivers. Since I did that, they have worked perfectly.
    Thanks man,I'll remember that. Did you see any problems in device manager (orange triangles) before you fixed the problem?
    Last edited by nate42nd; 10-19-2009 at 06:56 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    you might be able to clock higher if you disable hyper threading unless youve allready done that
    I could probably do that, but that wouldn't make much sense.

    I'd rather have 8 threads at 4.0 GHz (total 32 GHz!) than 4 threads at 4.2 GHz (16.8 Ghz).

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    Quote Originally Posted by nate42nd View Post
    Thanks man,I'll remember that. Did you see any problems in device manager (orange triangles) before you fixed the problem?
    No, I didn't.

    But you didn't ask the proper question: "Did you check Device Manager for any orange triangles?"

    The answer to that question is "no, I did not."

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    Where the hell do I find what driver I have now for the e-sata (JMicron)? I can't seem to find it. I'm looking at the "IDE/ATA/ATAPI controllers" like I though it would be unless I am missing something. Which one is it? (if you have time and patience)

    I see a SATA 2 port storage controller
    I see a SATA 4 port storage controller
    As well as my 8 other SATA ports

    BTW - thanks for the "orange triangle" answer.
    Last edited by nate42nd; 10-20-2009 at 06:31 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nate42nd View Post
    Where the hell do I find what driver I have now for the e-sata (JMicron)? I can't seem to find it. I'm looking at the "IDE/ATA/ATAPI controllers" like I though it would be unless I am missing something. Which one is it? (if you have time and patience)

    I see a SATA 2 port storage controller
    I see a SATA 4 port storage controller
    As well as my 8 other SATA ports

    BTW - thanks for the "orange triangle" answer.
    Mine is listed under "Storage controllers".

    It smells like you have your eSATA ports configured for IDE mode; mine are configured for AHCI mode, to allow hot-swapping.

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    So they are the ones that say "standard dual channel PCI IDE controller" the ones with the MS driver? or the one with the Intel driver?

    And no, my e-sata is configured in AHCI. The other controllers are in IDE for now. Patriot asked me to try it for my SSD. Works great.
    P55-UD4P - i7860 - Patriot Inferno 120GB SSD - 1600Mhz Mushkin 7-8-7-20 - 3 WD 640GB Black
    880GMA-UD2P - X6 1055T CPU - Patriot Inferno 120GB SSD - GSkill 1333 8-8-8-21 - 2 500GB WD Black
    2 or 3 other systems I like to play with and a laptop

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