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    Default Re: Please help me OC my Q6600 on my EP45-DS3L

    This were there results without changing the timings il try that now.
    Okay i will try first with tighter timings and get that stable and then il run prime95 as much as i can and see if it comes with any messages
    I will post back asap
    Thank you for all your help!

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    Default Re: Please help me OC my Q6600 on my EP45-DS3L

    Leave Prime95 running overnight.
    One more thing, if you get a BSOD or crash, the BSOD code (mot event code) is important do indentify possible solutions.

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    Default Re: Please help me OC my Q6600 on my EP45-DS3L

    I have a question
    Why is did we set my vcore to that much (1.3625V in bios)? I've been looking at different peoples clocks and their vcore at 3.0Ghz is stock or lower and it seems that its stable especially for the G0 type what mine is also
    Im just asking because wont it lower my temps if i lower the vcore and still keep it stable?

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    Default Re: Please help me OC my Q6600 on my EP45-DS3L

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkKnight View Post
    I have a question
    Why is did we set my vcore to that much (1.3625V in bios)? I've been looking at different peoples clocks and their vcore at 3.0Ghz is stock or lower and it seems that its stable especially for the G0 type what mine is also
    Im just asking because wont it lower my temps if i lower the vcore and still keep it stable?
    GFlops seem a bit low, just wanted to see if you can get them higher, try a little more and if there is no improvement in GFlops you can try to lower it as before or even less.
    When OCing or even at stock clock the system must be stable and also deliver the computing power it is capable to. We're not OCing for the numbers in CPU-A we're OCing for performance.
    I wouldn't recommend setting vcore below default anyway.

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    Okay i managed to boot up with dram voltage at 2.06 V timings 5-4-4-15 and tDR at 7 (should i lower it to 6? whats the difference?)
    I will run prime95 now and linx and see how it will preform and I havent touched the vcore i left it like you said 1.3625V il report back with results

    EDIT
    Okay everything like i said i ran linx 5 times and these are the results i got, everything seems to be stable temps are fine

    Code:
    Intel(R) LINPACK 64-bit data - LinX 0.6.4
    
    Current date/time: Fri Mar 09 12:32:49 2012
    
    CPU frequency:    2.996 GHz
    Number of CPUs: 1
    Number of cores: 4
    Number of threads: 4
    
    Parameters are set to:
    
    Number of tests                             : 1
    Number of equations to solve (problem size) : 16331
    Leading dimension of array                  : 16344
    Number of trials to run                     : 5    
    Data alignment value (in Kbytes)            : 4    
    
    Maximum memory requested that can be used = 2135641888, at the size = 16331
    
    ============= Timing linear equation system solver =================
    
    Size   LDA    Align. Time(s)    GFlops   Residual     Residual(norm)
    16331  16344  4      81.341     35.7041  2.520806e-010 3.349309e-002
    16331  16344  4      76.977     37.7282  2.520806e-010 3.349309e-002
    16331  16344  4      76.783     37.8234  2.520806e-010 3.349309e-002
    16331  16344  4      77.812     37.3235  2.520806e-010 3.349309e-002
    16331  16344  4      78.117     37.1775  2.520806e-010 3.349309e-002
    
    Performance Summary (GFlops)
    
    Size   LDA    Align.  Average  Maximal
    16331  16344  4       37.1513  37.8234 
    
    End of tests
    Last edited by DarkKnight; 03-09-2012 at 06:43 PM.

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    I guess you can lower vcore to what it was before or even lower. Just make sure Flops are the same and the machine is stable.

    tRD 6 might work with CAS 5, again it will need extended stability testing.
    Maybe you can push it some more if low vcore lets you to 3.1-3.2GHz.

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    So basicly this is it i only need to find a bit lower good vcore watching the Tflops and that should be it if i want to keep it at 3.0GHz?

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    Default Re: Please help me OC my Q6600 on my EP45-DS3L

    Yup, and test stability with Prime95.

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    Default Re: Please help me OC my Q6600 on my EP45-DS3L

    Thank you for all your help i actually learned something and it worked like a charm :)

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    Default Re: Please help me OC my Q6600 on my EP45-DS3L

    You are welcome.
    If you have any issues or other question feel fre to post them here or in the GIGABYTE forum

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