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Old 04-18-2009, 12:27 AM   #411 (permalink)
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well dont know if this counts but i have gotten my q9300 to post at 4GHZ but sadly it's not stable enough to get a CPU-Z screen shot

but i do have a screen shot for 3.9GHZ,



getting the latest bios for my board right now, so expect to see some mad overclocking and super pi runs
if my rig wasnt boxed up for RMAing id post my 4.0ghz cpuz for ya. not as high fsb, and im on air but i cant boot 4.0 do most tasks but not gaming. highest boot was 4.1. helps to have a 9x multi
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Old 04-18-2009, 05:14 AM   #412 (permalink)
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An intake fan would help a lot. I have a similar case (elite 330) and that's one of the main drawbacks. Aside from space.
I'll tell him that. Don't know if he'll buy one though. He did buy an unknown psu even when advised not to after all.

Edit: Btw, finally found the website of the psu Welcome to the PCICASE website!
Found it through a case fan by the same company.
It's made by a company called PCICASE/Procase. PSU CRS2040-12BP
Could only find one Dutch review but they say it's pretty good for the price... Translation result for http://www.casejunkies.com/index.php?upn=010001&hl_id=2870 Don't know if it's a good review though. No real tests i think. Just idle and load and see there are any ripples. Maybe that's how you check a psu. I don't know
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It's not very powerful even by 400watt psu standards. It has 2 12v rails and the 5v rail has more amps than those two combined.
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Added you and fixed up the layout a bit.

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well it seems that either the CPU or the board does not like going above 545FSB no matter what i do it wont post. but this is as far as i have gotten,

CPU-Z Validator 3.0

not much of an improvement, i know. dont know why CPU-Z dont tell me the voltage but i was running at about 1.57V to get it stable at 545FSB.
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CPU Validator links never show voltage. It's kind of annoying because I want to see what voltage was necessary to get clocks, but oh well. You'll just have to post a cpu-z screenshot with everything
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ya, i thought the CPU-Z validator might be easier but it's not.
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That is still a very impressive clock man. You beat people who were on dice and ln2. You have a golden q9300 no doubt.
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Just got myself a Xeon E3120, didn't even know they existed. It's the Xeon version of the E8500 E0 stepping
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