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Hello,

 

guess I've googled and read enough to start overclocking.

 

ASUS Striker Extreme

QX 6700 @ 2660Mhz

Corsair TWIN2X2048-9136C5D, 2x 1GB, DDR2-1142 Dominator (2x = 4GB)

EVO 1800 Radiator, 15x Fan 12cm (5 > 30°C, +5 > 40°C +5 > 50°C)

Heat should'nt be a problem :-)

 

What I would like to do:

 

FSB 266Mhz --> 366Mhz

Multi x10 --> x11

CPU Core 1.27V --> 1.58V

CPU FSB 1.2V --> 1.5V

nForce SPP 1.45V --> 1.5V

= QX 6700 @ 4026Mhz

VISTA ULTIMATE x64

 

The only thing I'm not shure is, if I have to link or unlink the FSB - Mem Clock Mode

 

The Memory has 1145Mhz. FSB 366Mhz will link to 1098Mhz? Or do I have to set to "unlinked" and enter MEM (DDR), Mhz manually to 1098Mhz?

 

Please if some body could help me out here...

 

Thanks, Wolfgang

 

Yes, I'm a newbe! But it's never too late for learning. :-)

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Hello,

 

guess I've googled and read enough to start overclocking.

 

ASUS Striker Extreme

QX 6700 @ 2660Mhz

Corsair TWIN2X2048-9136C5D, 2x 1GB, DDR2-1142 Dominator (2x = 4GB)

EVO 1800 Radiator, 15x Fan 12cm (5 > 30°C, +5 > 40°C +5 > 50°C)

Heat should'nt be a problem :-)

 

What I would like to do:

 

FSB 266Mhz --> 366Mhz

Multi x10 --> x11

CPU Core 1.27V --> 1.58V

CPU FSB 1.2V --> 1.5V

nForce SPP 1.45V --> 1.5V

= QX 6700 @ 4026Mhz

VISTA ULTIMATE x64

 

The only thing I'm not shure is, if I have to link or unlink the FSB - Mem Clock Mode

 

The Memory has 1145Mhz. FSB 366Mhz will link to 1098Mhz? Or do I have to set to "unlinked" and enter MEM (DDR), Mhz manually to 1098Mhz?

 

Please if some body could help me out here...

 

Thanks, Wolfgang

 

Yes, I'm a newbe! But it's never too late for learning. :-)

 

Without having exotic cooling you will overheat your processor in a hurry. I would recommend that you try keeping your fsb at 266 mhz and using only the 11x multiplier to get 3.0 ghz. You can then change the memory speed manually to 1145 mhz. The quad cores create quite a bit of heat. You may have problems with high memory speeds and 4 gigs, but that is about as good as you are going to get.

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getting it to that speed

 

 

 

 

Hello,

 

guess I've googled and read enough to start overclocking.

 

ASUS Striker Extreme

QX 6700 @ 2660Mhz

Corsair TWIN2X2048-9136C5D, 2x 1GB, DDR2-1142 Dominator (2x = 4GB)

EVO 1800 Radiator, 15x Fan 12cm (5 > 30°C, +5 > 40°C +5 > 50°C)

Heat should'nt be a problem :-)

 

What I would like to do:

 

FSB 266Mhz --> 366Mhz

Multi x10 --> x11

CPU Core 1.27V --> 1.58V

CPU FSB 1.2V --> 1.5V

nForce SPP 1.45V --> 1.5V

= QX 6700 @ 4026Mhz

VISTA ULTIMATE x64

 

The only thing I'm not shure is, if I have to link or unlink the FSB - Mem Clock Mode

 

The Memory has 1145Mhz. FSB 366Mhz will link to 1098Mhz? Or do I have to set to "unlinked" and enter MEM (DDR), Mhz manually to 1098Mhz?

 

Please if some body could help me out here...

 

Thanks, Wolfgang

 

Yes, I'm a newbe! But it's never too late for learning. :-)

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Good luck, but even on a 300w phase change my max stable was 3.8 ghz. Most people have about the same problem. IF you are loading all cores you are going to create a huge amount of heat.

 

Somewhere north of 350w @ 1.58v.

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