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The P35 Chipset Club

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  1. Mediocre

    Mediocre New Member

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    BAH! I'm bored at work, thought I would start a P35 chipset club...

    List:
    1 - Board MFG and Model
    2 - CPU
    3 - Max FSB OC w/ details (anything that you had to change - Vcore, Vdim, Vfsb, Vnb,etc)

    Feel free to chime in with additions to the list

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    ICH9 FTW

    Quad Core Members:
    • Mediocre - Asus P5K, Q6600G0, 465 FSB (9x, Vcore - 1.67):eek:
    • xubidoo - Abit IP35-E, Q6600G0, 334 FSB (9x)
    • Jarman - Asus P5K Deluxe, Q6600G0, 420 FSB (9x, VNB - 1.55, FSBTerm - 1.5, CPUPLL - 1.6)
    • nflesher87 - Abit IP35-PRO, Q6600G0, 346FSB (9x, Vcore - 1.25)
    • Mussels - Asus P5K-E Wifi, Q6600G0, 400FSB (9x, Vcore - 1.425)
    • Technicks - MSI P35 Platinum, Q6600G0, 445FSB (9x, Vcore - 1.375)
    • twicksisted - Asus P5k-E, Q6600G0, 378FSB (9x, Vcore - 1.432)
    • Tomcat81970 - DFI LP LT P35-T2R, Q6600
    • trt740 - ASUS P5K-E/WIFI-AP, X3210 500FSB (8x, Vcore - 1.432)
    • jds21 - Gigabyte P35-DQ6, Q6600
    • Irish PXzyan - MSI P35 Neo-F, Q6600
    • TekNiK - Asus P5K, Q6600, 385 FSB (9x, Vcore - 1.5375)
    • bogmali - Abit IP35-Pro, Q6600, 465 FSB (9x, Vcore - 1.3)

    Dual-Core Members:

    • Polaris573 - MSI Neo2-FR, E6550, 490.78 FSB (7x, Vcore - 1.4)
    • JC316 - Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L, E8400, 450FSB, Vcore - 1.345V)
    • niko084 - Abit IP35-E, E6750, 450 FSB (8x, Vcore - 1.25)
    • tigger69 - Asus P5K-Premium, E6750, 500 FSB (8x, 1.5625) :eek:
    • Darknova - Foxconn Mars, E8400, 366FSB (9x, Vcore - 1.22) :p
    • Craigleberry - Gigabyte GA-P35DS3P, E6750, 405FSB (8x)
    • Mike75 - Asus P5K, E6750, 400 FSB (8x, Vcore - 1.375)
    • Protius - Asus P5k Premium, E6420, 450 FSB (8x, Vcore - 1.5)
    • TKPenalty - Gigabyte GA-P31-DS3L, E6300, 490FSB (6x)
    • Malware - Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3P, E6400
    • Shurakai - Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3R, E6420, 400FSB (8x)
    • Urbklr911 - ASUS P5K-E WiFi/AP, E6550, 492FSB (7x, Vcore - 1.4)
    • sneekypeet - DFI Blood Iron, E6400, 450FSB (8x, Vcore - 1.488, 516 max FSB)
    • Co_op - Gigabyte P35-DS3, E4400, 410FSB (6x)
    • Sydneyboi - Gigabyte P35-DS3L, E4600, 250FSB (12x)
    • driver66 - Abit IP-35E, E6300, 500FSB (7x)
    • ShadowFold - Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L, E2200, 273 FSB (Vcore - 1.3, 400 max FSB)
    • King Wookie - MSI Neo2 FIR, E6550, 500 FSB (7x, Vcore 1.26 - 1.29)
    • Titus - Asus P5K, E6750, 445 FSB (8x, Vcore - 1.46)
    • desertjedi - Abit IP35-E, E2180, 360 FSB (9x, Vcore - 1.505)
    • infrared - Asus P5K Deluxe, E6400, (Vcore - 1.45)
    • spearman914 - DFI DK P35 T2RS, E8400, 489 FSB (9x, Vcore - 1.25)
    • oli ramsay - MSI P35 Neo2 FR, E6600, 486 FSB (8x, Vcore - 1.5)
    • DanishDevil - DFI LANPARTY DK P35-T2RS, E6300
    • marsey99 - Gigabyte P35-DS3R, E8200, 525 FSB (8x, Vcore - 1.44)
    • novacheck - MSI NEO2-FR, E2140, 375 FSB
    • NastyHabits - Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3R, E6750, 400 FSB
    • Skitzo - Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L, E6750, 445 fsb


    Single Core Members?:laugh:

    :roll:Sorry choppy lol

    • choppy - Gigabyte P35-DS3L, Pentium 530

    Retired Members::laugh:
    • Ben Clarke - Foxconn P35A, E2140
    • Cold Storm - DFI Blood Iron, E6400, 500FSB (7x, 550 Max FSB)

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  2. Polaris573

    Polaris573 Senior Moderator

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    MSI P35 Neo2-FR
    E6550 3351.61 MHz 478.8 FSB 7x Multi

    Can't remember the voltages that was at. Might be able to go higher if I wasn't on stock cooling and if I fiddle with it some more. I'll do that when I have time.

    CPU-Z
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  3. JC316

    JC316 Knows what makes you tick

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    Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L.
    E4300 Conroe
    350FSB (So Far) 1.375V, not sure about the others.
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  4. niko084

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    Abit IP35-E
    E6420 @ 3000 @ 1.27 volts 375 FSB
    Stable @ 3600 @ 1.27 volts - Knocked it back down for temps averaging 36-38 idle...
    *Doesn't help when your on air and its a small room with no AC*
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  5. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    asus p5k-premium black pearl rev 2.00g bios 0204

    max fsb upto now is 500fsb,which took my e6750 to 4ghz at 1.5625vcore.

    4ghz val-http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=248440

    heres my settings for 4ghz on this board,mite help someone else-

    FSB STRAP TO NB-333
    FSB FREQUENCY-500
    PCI-E FREQUENCY-101
    DRAM FREQUENCY-1000
    DRAM COMMAND RATE-2T
    DRAM TIMING CONTROL-MANUAL
    TRANSACTION BOOSTER-AUTO
    CLOCK OVERCHARGING MODE-AUTO
    CPU SPREAD SPECTRUM-DISABLED
    PCI-E SPREAD SPECTRUM-DISABLED
    CPU VOLTAGE-1.5625V
    CPU VOLTAGE REFERANCE-0.63X
    CPU VOLTAGE DAMPER-ENABLED
    cpu pll voltage-1.50v
    dram voltage-2.25v
    fsb termination voltage-1.3
    north bridge voltage-1.4v
    nb voltage referance-auto
    sb voltage auto
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  6. grunt_408

    grunt_408

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    Just got myself a GA-P35-DS3P(rev.2.0) Have not got it built yet but I am sure it is going to be a solid foundation for my new rig.
    E6750
    2x1GB Geil DDR2 667
    Sapphire x1950 pro
    Cooler Master eXtreme Power Duo 650 Watt
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  8. xubidoo New Member

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    1 - Abit IP35-E
    2 - Q6600 G0
    3 - @3.06ghz FSB 334 x9 voltages at stock Mem running at 802

    Have had it to 3.2ghz but it was running a bit hotter than im happy with ,just pottering about in windows,browsing etc it hit around 43c tops on 2 cores and 39/40c on the other 2.

    Have run Prime 95 for about 6 hrs with nps (couldnt be bothered doing the 12 hrs ppl say)

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=256516
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    I am finding the p35 to be a lot faster than the crappy VIA I had before :)
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    Asus p5k Deluxe
    420 FSB
    Q600 G0 @ 3780MHz 1.60v
    266 strap, ddr1280 (ish)
    crucial ballistix 2.3v
    NB 1.55v
    FSB termination 1.5v
    CPU PLL 1.6v
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    MSI Neo2-FR
    E4400 3Ghz OC, no voltage changes.
    333 FSB (so far....)
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    :slap: duh LOL try oc'in it, I'm interested in high fsb's and cpu voltage/multi :) I went from a 550 NForce board and that oc was sh*tty at best - 333FSB with insane chipset voltages.

    With the same chip in here it went to 404 fsb at (close to) stock voltage and a low multi :) The G0 posts at 480ish :eek: but need a better setup for that (1.6V).

    Oh and the Q6600 got re-spec'd to 1.5V check SLACR :D

    I think its a new pump... 2x80mm rad's and a chipset block seem to restrict the flow :roll: The pump doesn't even push liquid when I put the res/pump near the top of my case :banghead:
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    :D

    i did have it running at 3.2ghz but with only a freezer pro cooler it wasnt as cool as id liek it to be.
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    Erm...it's 9x Mediocre lol. 10x would be 3.33Ghz :p
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    working on getting voltages down/speeds up now. This board doesnt have the best PWM unfortunately :/

    Will post new detailed results for voltages and OC once im done...on v crude WC setup atm too :/ chip is running about 65c under load
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    I am too scared to O/C The last time I did it I went too far and fried my cpu.
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    if you have a good idea of what u r doing u wont kill the chip.

    I've never killed anything overclocking. I've had things die on me :) but not coz they were overclocked.

    1.) DFI RD600 Motherboard (2 times!)
    2.) OCZ DDR 3200 platinum
    3.) OCZ 850w psu
    4.) XFX 7900GT

    I would say that all of those companies also had excellent RMA procedures (especially OCZ). DFI's isnt so good...but still ok.
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    I will give it a go when I get a better than stock CPU Cooler.;)
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    Well new score-
    Abit IP35-E
    E6750 @ 3600 @ 1.25 volts

    LOL

    I am going to replace that mainboard fairly soon though again.
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    will update with more details in the coming week as I have time to OC and get in my lanfest ram :)
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    i was going to go p35 but i like SLI too much.

    I DO, HOWEVER, have a brand new asus p5k deluxe wifi edition for sale. i run a shop but im willing to ship this baby out to any of you who want it. i can gauranty that it works.

    $180 takes it. PM me.
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    i've got the asus P5K-E wifi, max FSB i've had is 425.

    I am on a quad with 4x sticks of ram, which may lower the max FSB i can achieve.

    i run 400x9 @ 1.425V for 3.6GHz, 50ish idle and 72C load, however ambient is around 36-38C.
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    The highest ive taken my e6300 with my p35 chipset is 3.5ghz. But it gets very toasty.

    I'll find the max fsb for the board 2moro.
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    You can OC with the stock cooler, just do it differently.

    Rule #1 - Add an ACCURATE temp monitor program to your windows startup. Set alarms to 60-65C (or watch them - dual monitors works wonders for this :D)

    With our Intel's, the easiest way to get more speed out of them is to raise the FSB. Take your multi down one to 7 and your FSB up to 400 (I hope your ram can run at 800mhz, thats the lowest you could make it - i think).
    You've then got 2.8 GHz, a very mild OC, and I bet it raises temps 3-5C AT THE MOST. Your chip'll do it on stock voltage & cooling :toast:


    Kewl, lemmie know FSB as thats what I'm tracking. take your multi all the way down and see how high it goes :D

    As far as toasty, im guessing thats your CPU? Heard nothing but good things about he NB temps on these boards, but my MB temp is gets upwards of 45C...

    Update coming this morning
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    Any ideas on how to compile the info gather would be appreciated as well. I lack the imagination for a decent layout...

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