Anyone got bios screenshots of their overclocked GA-P35-DS3P?

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  1. PangingJr

    PangingJr Member

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    sven007,

    here is another one for you, check it out when you can.

    410 x 8 (CPU multi 6x and 8x 410MHz, CPU running at 2460MHz to 3280MHz),
    4 x 1GB Memory multi 2.40x DDR2-984MHz 4-4-4-12, Performance Enhance: Extreme.
    Windows XP x64.

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    CPU Clock Ratio [ 8 ]
    CPU Host Clock Control [ Enabled ]
    CPU Host Frequency (MHz) [ 410 ]
    PCI Express Frequency (MHz) [ Auto ]

    CPU M/T [ Enabled ]
    CPU C1E [ Enabled ]
    CPU EIST function [ Enabled ]
    CPU TM2 [ Enabled ]
    No-execute memory protect [ Enabled ]

    System Voltage Control = Manual
    DDR2 OverVoltage Control = 2.2V
    PCI-E OverVoltage Control = Normal
    FSB OverVoltage Control = Normal
    (G)MCH OverVoltage Control = Normal
    CPU OverVoltage Control = Normal

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    412 x 8 (CPU multi 6x and 8x 412MHz, CPU running at 2472MHz to 3296MHz),
    4 x 1GB Memory multi 2.40x DDR2-989MHz 4-4-4-12, Performance Enhance: Extreme.

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    when the CPU OverVoltage Control in BIOS is set to Normal the CPU core voltage is equal to CPU Vid value, which is 1.27V for my E6750 processor.
    i can still go higher like 416x8 but then the Static tRead value needs to be move up to 6 (from 5) and memory bandwidth will drop quite a bit.
    so on my system 412x8 is top and best when setting the core voltage at Normal and also having the CPU C1E and CPU EIST functions to work properly.

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  2. PangingJr

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    compare these below (which has a more higher CPU clock speed and higher memory BUS) to the above results of the 412x8's memory read/write/copy and latency.

    for these below, since a more higher than the normal core voltage is required due to higher CPU overclock,
    the CPU C1E, EIST will no longer be functioning properly any more (CPU core voltage will not drop),
    in this case you may want to disable the CPU functions in BIOS.

    i think, in overall, the above 412x8's overclock is better,
    unless you are going to overclock your system quite a bit more than this.

    memory at CAS4
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    memory at CAS5
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  3. PangingJr

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    i might as well post it. i hope it might benefit you in some ways

    check out this 412x8 and compare it to the above 412x8 results, which at the time had using stock memory timings.

    read, write and copy throughput and latency itself are improved after i worked out with all the timings setting in BIOS.
    the results came out not bad at all when considering this low voltage overclock.

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    Hi just wondering if any can advise me on how to proceed with overclocking my Q6600 on GA-P35-DS3P. I am a little out of my league and could do with some pointers.
     

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