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Old 08-19-2007, 03:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I overclocked my e6750 on a ds3r to 3.4ghz thusfar without upping the vcore. i THINK its getting a bit unstable due to some unexpected shutdowns, so....should I up the vcore now or wait till it gets real unstable? (I should only up the vcore 1 notch in the bios, right?) Also, my dram:fsb ratio should be 1:1 right?
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Old 08-19-2007, 03:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: e6750@3.4ghz

And what about the other settings?

RAM Timmings?
VOltages>
RAM.
FSB:
NOrthBridge (MCH):
Load Temp using Orthos and SMP Folding..
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Old 08-19-2007, 05:26 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Yea up the voltage in small steps , Heres a stable Overclock on your processor . The Official Core 2 OverClocking Database *READ 1st Post for Instructions* - [H]ard|Forum .You definately need to test your overclock for stability as you go .
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wat r ur temps? if ur temps r low then up the volts
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sorry, had to run out:

the vcore now is stock (i think a little under 1.5v) temps are really cool (avg maybe 32ish?) ram timings are 5-5-5-15, fsb is now at 440 w/ an 8 multiplier.

im running prime 95 for a while after each increase in the fsb, is it really bad to increase the vcore if the system is still stable?
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ok, so i just gave the system a big bump to the following:

455fsb@3.64ghz
and upped the vcore from 1.3375v to 1.34375v

according to Cappy's link, the 6750 can handle vcore up to 1.46v, so should I just keep upping the fsb until its unstable, then up the vcore a notch, and repeat until the vcore is at or around 1.46v? (is that how this whole overclocking thing works?)
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and upped the vcore from 1.3375v to 1.34375v
You're lucky. I'm at 1.45volts for my 3.4Ghz e6750. I had it at 1.5volts to get to 3.5Ghz.

I don't think it'll go any further, unless I loosen the RAM which I don't really want to do.
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You're lucky. I'm at 1.45volts for my 3.4Ghz e6750. I had it at 1.5volts to get to 3.5Ghz.

I don't think it'll go any further, unless I loosen the RAM which I don't really want to do.
yeah, im feeling ill be getting there too pretty soon, where can you manually adjust the ram timings in the bios? i didnt see it.....
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Default Re: e6750@3.4ghz

After hitting DELETE and enter the bios window. Press CTRL-F1

Then click MIT and it should have RAM settings.
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