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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    I have also started a new thread with my query, so if somebody wants they can reply there, sorry for any inconvenience.

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    First post......stuff happens..then you die. So smile...enjoy...be happy and OVerclock like all get out !!!

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    And Thanks ...Thanks and Thanks

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    ok...I have system listed on profile. I use Probe II from Asus...most current version. When I overclock to 333 x 9 on my q6600...p5k mb...I get this measuring device on the Asus Probe II that shows fsb monitoring and it goes from a few Green squares up to RED!!!!! at just 333 x 9...I am in the next to top square. The system handles the overclock very well...its stable....and temps on loading are less than 50C constantly. Bottom line..do I need to worry about this FSB warning I am getting on Probe II????

    Any help is appreciated and I Thank you in advance.

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    Quote Originally Posted by Hunain View Post
    Hello there everybody, im new here and want some help please..hope someone can come up...I had an intel system, e6300, and DG965 board, I upgraded it just 1 day back to Asus p5k-VM and bought an ASUS silent knight as well, now I have some problems, if everything is set to auto in the Bios and FSB is not increased, my idle temp is 60C!...vcore is 1.27, shown by system probe from Asus....i changed settings manually then...raised FSB to 350, with the RAM running at 700Mhz, relaxed its timings a bit as it is value ram 667Mhz, I fixed the vcore at 1.15V and Vdram to 1.8V, then my temps were 44C idle and 63C in load, the processor running at 2.45Ghz...now i want to know if these temps are normal? I have a generic casing, ATX with one fan at the backpanel thats it, i know exhaust is bad but still with the silent knight is this the best i can get? Plus i Just got it fixed yesterday, does the thermal paste of the silent knight need time? Please advise as I am worried about my upgrade....
    What TIM did you use? I used ARCTIC SILVER 5 and have a quad core....temps using OCCT for 1 hour with all cores doing 100 percent load never go over 52 C when at 3.0 GHZ overclock. I also use the newer Xigmatek HD xp-s964 cooler with the 92 MM stock fan. Runs great and have done NO modifying on Voltages etc. Just FSB to 333 x 9 multiplier and settings as per Cluncks forum here.

    Good luck and I hope this is helpful to some degree. I also use coretemp to monitor the cpu cores along with asus probeII and Intel TAT.

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    Is this forum dead???

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    Quote Originally Posted by 173rd Airborne View Post
    Is this forum dead???

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    forums alive but the post might be dead.

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    I hope this thread is still alive - I have a few questions:

    Eventually got round to building my new system: Core 2 Quad Q6600 with P5K Premium WiFi (Black Pearl Edition) 2GB Corsair Ram 1066MHz and Thermalright 120 Ultra Xtreme cooler. (have not updated the bios so still on the initial 204 bios - don't know if that is part of the problem)

    Problems are that it seems to be running a little hot: Currently overclocking to only 3.2GHz and when fully stressed reaches 62-63 degs C idle around 24 degs C Other than lowering the volts and FSB don't know how to get it running any cooler?

    Also after 11 hours of Prime95 failed - core voltage is at 1.3 I do however have my ram running at its full speed of 1066 and not a 1:1 ratio so don't know if this is causing the error - Any suggestions?#

    Thanks. eon

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    Cheers for the guide, I have one of those Pentium named dual cores on the way and hopefully can clock it at least a ghz =]

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    Ive got a P5K-VM, ive overclocked my e6300 from 1.86 to 3.0Ghz by 428 FSB and 7 Multiplier, I read this guide as well, very nice, though my ram was kingston value ram at 667, its running now at 856Mhz with 1.9V, but relaxed timings , the system outperforms the core2extreme x6800 in benchmarks by quite a bit, so I guess its all good.
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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    It's been a good long read, and now It's my turn to post. First of all, as listed in my system, that is my overclock under Vista 32 bit. Here is how I have set up my Bios:

    AI Overclocking: Manual
    Multiplier:8
    CPU Ratio Control: Manual
    FSB strap to North Bridge:Auto
    FSB Frequency: 400
    PCI-E Frequency: 100
    DRAM Frequency: DDR2-1200
    DRAM Timing Control [manual]

    CAS# Latency: 5
    RAS# to CAS# Delay: 5
    RAS# Precharge: 5
    RAS# Activate to Precharge:18
    TWR: AUTO
    TRFC: AUTO
    TWTR: AUTO
    TRRD: AUTO
    TRTP: AUTO
    DRAM Static Read Control:Auto
    Transaction Booster: Disabled
    Clock Over-Charging Mode: AUTO

    CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled
    PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled

    CPU Voltage: 1.3875
    CPU Voltage Reference: AUTO
    CPU Voltage Damper: Enabled
    CPU PLL Voltage: Auto
    DRAM Voltage: 2.25
    FSB Termination Voltage: Auto
    North Bridge Voltage: Auto
    North Bridge Voltage Reference: AUTO
    South Bridge Voltage: AUTO

    Advance CPU Settings
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    Vanderpool Technology: Enabled
    CPU TM Function: Disabled
    Execute Disable Bit: enabled
    PECI:enabled
    Intel SpeedStep: Disabled

    I have had it overclocked higher: E6700 @ 425mhz @ 3400mhz @ 1.4v/ Crucial @ 1063mhz @ 4-4-4-8 but it proved to be unstable. Ultimately I want to get an overclock of a multiplier of 6x 533mhz so I can run my Ram at 1:1 @ 1066mhz According to the X-Bit article it should be possible.
    And finally, I know Clunk has always said to use the black sockets for the ram to run a single "dual-channel" but the manual(page 2-14) indicates dimm A1, and dimm B1 are the recommended sockets, and they are yellow.

    Any comments would be welcomed
    Thank you
    Last edited by Oldman OC'er; 30-01-2008 at 02:47 AM. Reason: wrong word

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    Hi, thanks for the guide.

    I'm on a P5KC with an E2160.

    How exactly can i get this 1:1 to work?

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    Nm, sorted
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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    Clunk is not as smart as he thinks he is , I would advise all who reads this thread to cross reference other resources as well before attempting an overclock.

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldman OC'er View Post

    I have had it overclocked higher: E6700 @ 425mhz @ 3400mhz @ 1.4v/ Crucial @ 1063mhz @ 4-4-4-8 but it proved to be unstable. Ultimately I want to get an overclock of a multiplier of 6x 533mhz so I can run my Ram at 1:1 @ 1066mhz According to the X-Bit article it should be possible.
    And finally, I know Clunk has always said to use the black sockets for the ram to run a single "dual-channel" but the manual(page 2-14) indicates dimm A1, and dimm B1 are the recommended sockets, and they are yellow.

    Any comments would be welcomed
    Thank you
    Quote Originally Posted by Oldman OC'er View Post
    Clunk is not as smart as he thinks he is , I would advise all who reads this thread to cross reference other resources as well before attempting an overclock.
    I'm sorry if the beginners guide was too difficult for you.

    If you click here, and go to number 8 on the list, you'll see that it does indeed say that the black slots work best for me, but then it also says "your mileage may vary", which to me means that you may have to try putting your two sticks of RAM in the other two slots if you are having trouble with the black ones.

    I would also advise people to cross reference other aticles, especially if they aren't too good at reading and absorbing a single article and then putting it into practice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldman OC'er View Post
    Clunk is not as smart as he thinks he is
    That is assuming that I think that I am smart. You don't know me, or what I think my own intelligence level is.

    Regarding your quest to get 533x6 to match your RAM at 1:1, from that I can conclude that I think that you aren't smart enough to question my smartness.

    I hope that smarts a bit.


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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    Good guide.. but does it apply to all P5Ks or just the Wifi deluxe first mentioned? Are the BIOS settings consistent through out the range? I notice Scan sell NINE models

    Asus P5K Premium/WiFi-AP
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    Asus P5K
    Asus P5K3 Deluxe/WIFI-AP inc Ram
    Asus P5K3 Deluxe/WiFi-AP
    Asus P5K64 WS
    Asus P5KC
    Asus P5K-E/WIFI-AP
    Asus P5KR

    Personally I would be looking at plain Jane P5K (still with copper cooled northbridge and Raid but not so many ports as P5KR). Nowhere can I find confirmation of the BIOS OC options of this model compared to others.

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    Re: C2D Overclocking Guide For Beginners P5K Add-On

    It was written for the P5K deluxe WiFi AP almost a year ago.

    There are obviously going to be settings in the Deluxe BIOS that aren't in the others, but as this was only meant to be an easy walkthrough to get people up and running, and no-one else contributed any BIOS shots at the time, its all for the P5K Deluxe WiFi AP

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