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Old 04-19-07, 02:31 AM   #4
john19055
 
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Default Re: 3.4GHz stable at 1.38 Voltagel

I think to solve the beep you need to have your mouse and key board hooked up to your USB ports instead of the PS/2 ,I run my Core 2 DUO E6600 at 1.3v on the cpu core ,1.4v on the CPU FSB ,memory at 2v 4-3-3-8-2T on my 2gigs of PC2 8500C5 Dominator
1.4v on the Nforce SPP,1.5v on the Nforce MCP,1.4v on the HT Nforce SPP-MCP.I am still ajusting to get the lowest voltages on all settings and have a stable system,My E6600 is one of the best CPU's I have ever had for overclocking.I run it at 1600 on the CPU FSB and 800mhz on the memory so I have 3.6gigs at 1:1 ratio.I had my cpu core at 1.35v but I have lowered it to 1.3v and it is still stable,but ever thing I have that shows the voltages at a different amount.My BIOS shows the CPU core at 1.29v ,CPU-z shows it at 1.304v and N-tune has it at 1.345v,but since my bios shows it at 1.29v I am sure it is running around 1.3v.
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