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DFI LP UT P35-T2R + e2180 overcloking - help !!!


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I've buyed this mainboard DFI LP UT P35-T2R , E2180 processor(fpo-batch L725B262),and this memory http://www.mushkin.com/doc/products/...ail.asp?id=523 . I want to overclock it.. to see how stable is this mainboard and to see how up the processor will go.Becouse i can see that it has some difficult bios and i'm kind of lost in it.Who had done overclocking to this mainboard ? I hope someone will help me with my "problem".Thank you.

Why i can`t put fsb 430 mhz or high on my PC? i tried to grow voltage en my procesor but it doesn`t work (1,5-1,6v)

The PC is making that:it want to start but an few seconds it is been restarted. What`s the problem ?

I want for this cpu 3500 mhz or high.

 

Settings is here:

 

CPU Feature

- Thermal Management Control: Disabled

- PPM(EIST) Mode: Disabled

- Limit CPUID MaxVal: Disabled

- CIE Function: Disabled

- Execute Disable Bit: Disabled

- Virtualization Technology: Disabled

- Core Multi-Processing: Enabled

 

Exist Setup Shutdown: Mode 2

CLOCK VC0 divider: AUTO

CPU Clock Ratio: 8x

 

CPU Clock: 360 FSB-400 fsb

Boot Up Clock: AUTO

DRAM Speed: 333667

 

 

PCIE Clock: 100Mhz

 

Voltage Settings

CPU VID Control: auto or 1,45v

CPU VID Special Add: auto or 103,12%

DRAM Voltage Control:2,00v

SB 1.05V Voltage: 1.07v

SB Core/CPU PLL Voltage: 1,75v

NB Core Voltage:1,45v

CPU VTT Voltage: 1.40v

Vcore Droop Control: Disabled

Clockgen Voltage Control: 3.45v

GTL+ Buffers Strength: Weak

Host Slew Rate: Weak

GTL REF Voltage Control: disable

 

DRAM Timing

- Enhance Data transmitting: normal

- Enhance Addressing: normal

- Channel 1 CLK Crossing Setting: auto

- Channel 2 CLK Crossing Setting: auto

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CAS Latency Time (tCL): 5

RAS# to CAS# Delay (tRCD): 5

RAS# Precharge (tRP): 5

Precharge Delay (tRAS): 18

All Precharge to Act: auto

REF to ACT Delay (tRFC): auto

Performance Level: auto

Read delay phase adjust: AUTO

MCH ODT Latency: auto

Write to PRE Delay (tWR):auto

Rank Write to Read (tWTR): auto

ACT to ACT Delay (tRRD): auto

Read to Write Delay (tRDWR): auto

Ranks Write to Write (tWRWR): AUTO

Ranks Read to Read (tRDRD): AUTO

Ranks Write to Read (tWRRD): AUTO

Read CAS# Precharge (tRTP): auto

ALL PRE to Refresh: auto

 

PCIE Slot Config: 1X 1X

CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled

PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled

SATA Spread Spectrum: Disabled

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In all honesty, 3.5ghz or higher is a tough order for a 2180. Start of by trying for 3ghz, then work your way up slowly.

 

Edit: just read your posts at XS, and i have to agree with them as well. Why spend as much as you have done on your mobo, and then go and pair it with the cheapest and crappiest psu you could find ? A rciepe for disaster if ever there was one, especially with a DFI mobo.

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In all honesty, 3.5ghz or higher is a tough order for a 2180. Start of by trying for 3ghz, then work your way up slowly.

 

Couldn't agree more.

 

Overclocking increases power strain and your 500W might not be able to handle such a high frequency, however it all depends on how many amps are available to you on the 12v rail(s).

 

As already mentioned, you might find yourself hard-pressed to reach 3.5GHz, it would also be better if you listed how your CPU is being cooled.

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wow a Raidmax RMX-500W on that setup. I would have to most heartily agree you need to look into a different brand PSU.

Probably not what you want to here but it's advice you should think about taking. Theres plenty of deals on very good power supplies in the for sale forums at sites like [H]forums, jonny guru http://www.jonnyguru.net/forums/

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i got my E2180 @ 3GHz stock cooling, ran prime(*2) for an hour and temps got about 60c no errors

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i got my E2180 @ 3GHz stock cooling, ran prime(*2) for an hour and temps got about 60c no errors

 

Note the fantastic psu used in that setup ;)

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I want for my e2180 3.5ghz or higher not 3ghz

 

I want my E6600 to run at 5ghz, or higher. But it ain't going to happen elmysterio. So just go for the best you can and stop wasting time and effort on something that is'nt going to happen :)

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Dude if you cannot reach 17GHz u must really suczzzooorrrzzzz at ocing man!!!!!!!!

 

On a more serious note, unless you have some pretty special cooling up your mysterious sleeves, your never gonna hit those speeds.

 

If you're that keen on getting well over 3GHz why buy a E2180?

 

Also are your cores pushing 80 deg or is it just my bad eyes?

and doesnt the 2180 have a multi of 10x?

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I want for my e2180 3.5ghz or higher not 3ghz

LOL. There's nothing wrong with wanting something for nothing. But when buying from the bottom of the barrel expectations need to be kept within reality.

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Also are your cores pushing 80 deg or is it just my bad eyes?

and doesnt the 2180 have a multi of 10x?

 

 

kinda looks like 80 really bad reso pics tho. 2180 does have a 10x

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