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  1. #1
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    Finally, 500+ FSB on AW9D-MAX

    2.10vmch, 2.45vdimm, 1.40vfsb
    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=132570


    Next thing are some other benchmarks around this speed 8)
    Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800 @ 5300MHz, EVGA NF680i, Corsair Dominator 8888
    Kinc + crotale: 01 - 89270, 03 - 85032, 05 - 31174, 1M: 9,896

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    It's hard not to be impressed.

    //Andreas
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    "You are our Swedish superhero "

    Forget everything, knowledge is your enemy, it's only going to make you second-guess yourself."

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    2000mhz+ Rated fsb :blro: :turn:

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    I'm just wondering what it took to reach that... And how far that board would take a chip not under LN2 (but maybe under a pelt ... )
    OMG I sold my computer... Using my GFs. E4300 on a P5NSLI. NON E version. Yeah, that means it's the one that literally can't do a 10mhz OC. (9Mhz worked... for a while).

  5. #5
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    It required some modifications to the board, vmch and vmch booster (to eliminate droop on vmch) and this particular CPU required a little colder treatment to handle the high FSBs.

    Here are the mods by the way:

    vdimm:


    vmch: (to the right of the upper PCI-E 16x port)


    vmch booster:


    vcore:


    vfsb:
    Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800 @ 5300MHz, EVGA NF680i, Corsair Dominator 8888
    Kinc + crotale: 01 - 89270, 03 - 85032, 05 - 31174, 1M: 9,896

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    2.10vmch :shock:
    It takes less to become more

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackHammer
    2.10vmch :shock:
    I was thinking exactly the same..

    Regards
    Current System:

    Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 @ 3.7+Ghz : Asus P5B Vanilla Unmodded w/ 0806 Bios : 2x1GB GeIL DDR2-1200 CL4 : MSI 7800GTX 256MB @ 515/1350Mhz : CoolerMaster Hyper 48 lapped by me : 90mm fan for ram : Zalman 400W PSU : Modded version of Win XP Pro

    Upcomming: DFI NF680i Sli-T2R, Team-Group DDR2 1333Mhz, MSI P35, Team-Group DDR3

    Originally Posted by JuanFlaiter
    Life begins at -40 C

  8. #8
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    Stupid question, is that 680i SLI ?

    I got Asus P5N32-E 680i SLI.
    With a simple Noctua Chipset cooler i can get 520 (510 stable) without any Vdimm.
    Almost eweryone who got Asus P5N32-E 680i SLI can do 510+

    I've heard that AW9D is one of the best mobo with 680i, but Crotale had to vdimm it to get 500. Is not that a little bit strange??

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    AW9D is 975X

    //Andreas
    "I'm sort of a postmodern vegetarian, I eat meat ironically"
    "You are our Swedish superhero "

    Forget everything, knowledge is your enemy, it's only going to make you second-guess yourself."

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    Than 500+ is GREAT!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBeast1590
    Stupid question, is that 680i SLI ?

    I got Asus P5N32-E 680i SLI.
    With a simple Noctua Chipset cooler i can get 520 (510 stable) without any Vdimm.
    Did you not experience the endless problems for which they replaced that ASUS board?

    You have the P5N32-E 680i SLI right, not the P5N32-E PLUS version? :?:

  12. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTE
    You have the P5N32-E 680i SLI right, not the P5N32-E PLUS version? :?:
    Right, 520 on air (open window in February)
    510 24/7 stable with Noctua Chipset cooler in chasis
    Nice

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