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    Default Re: Help overclocking MSI p965 Platinum

    Screen shot of SPD.

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    Default Re: Help overclocking MSI p965 Platinum

    I got everything from CPU-Z report, Attaching the file would be easier.
    See my suggestions in post #29

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    Default Re: Help overclocking MSI p965 Platinum

    We have boot at 361 on those settings in post 29. Now should i just start raising the FSB in 5mhz steps till it gets unstable ?

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    Default Re: Help overclocking MSI p965 Platinum

    Try 375FSB, perheps you will need a bit more CPU and/or NB voltage. At this time do not exceed 1.375 NB Voltage.
    What kind of cooling do you have for your CPU?
    Use RealTemp or Core Temp to monitor your CPU temperature.

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    Default Re: Help overclocking MSI p965 Platinum

    Ok it booted at 361, but was unstable, i rebooted and had to reset cmos, now it wont boot past 359 fsb . I will try 375 and see what happens, but i think we have hit the limit on this board, let me try 375
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    Default Re: Help overclocking MSI p965 Platinum

    Have you tried with PCIe freq. 100?
    I have noticed command rate is 1 in MemSet which might be of a problem.

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    Default Re: Help overclocking MSI p965 Platinum

    I have tried 100 101 102 103 104 105 pcie. The 1t shows in memset, but in the bios its 2t and you cant change it. 400fsb was a no go, i dont know what else to do at this point, i think the board is maxed out, maybe its some setting im missing , there are those chipset voltages not being used, i have no idea what they do. I have aftermarket cooling on the cpu, its not the best, but im idle at 29c which is not bad. Any other ideas before i sell the board.


    Tweak Town review of same board i have 484 fsb 6x mulitplier on cpu, hmmmmm they did it http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...2CkLsw&cad=rja
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    Default Re: Help overclocking MSI p965 Platinum

    Where is the command rate in BIOS I didn't see it in the images you have posted.

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    Default Re: Help overclocking MSI p965 Platinum

    There is no option to change it, maybe it dont show it, but you have no option to set 1t or 2t, but cpuz says its 2t.

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    Default Re: Help overclocking MSI p965 Platinum

    OK could be that MemSet is wrong.
    I have seen the TT review but the BIOS options there a bit different and there is CPU Ratio option.
    Try to Press shift+f2 or Alt+F3 wjem you in cell screen and see if you get more options, try Ctrl+F1 in main screen as well.
    The p965 should be able to clock well so it may be board specific or bord/cpu/memory compatibility issue.

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