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Need help OCing on a P43 Neo-F

Best i can get is 417 on my e8500

I'm a complete newbie, can anyone guide me through increasing this even further?

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Whyd you go for lga 775, good god that platform has been quite a nightmare for me.

 

Mch = nb, you need to crank that up for higher fsb

You may also need to crank up vtt for higher overclocks

Ich is southbrige, i just max it out

Disable spread spectrum that limits ocing.

 

Lga 775 is where im actually decent at so if you provide me details i may be able to help you.

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4 minutes ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Whyd you go for lga 775, good god that platform has been quite a nightmare for me.

 

Mch = nb, you need to crank that up for higher fsb

You may also need to crank up vtt for higher overclocks

Ich is southbrige, i just max it out

Disable spread spectrum that limits ocing.

 

Lga 775 is where im actually decent at so if you provide me details i may be able to help you.

I got it for cheap, that's literally the only reason lol

I'll try it after installing windows. Ill keep you posted!

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2 minutes ago, MrP6k said:

I got it for cheap, that's literally the only reason lol

I'll try it after installing windows. Ill keep you posted!

Install windows 7, windows 10 runs like crap on a dualcore like that anyways

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About the settings

 

You may want to enable enhance setting on the dram thingy cause it says improve overclockability which is important cause most p43 and p45 will be bottlenecked by memory speed cause if you cant clock your memory over 1000mhz then dont even try going anywhere near 500fsb

Maybe opt for an e7500 or an e5800 instead which run at low fsb speeds.

 

Disable speedstep eist and virtualization,

Multi step oc booster is problably some auto oc feature stay away from it.

 

If adjust pci freq is referring to pcie, you may want to raise it to 102-105mhz, if its reffering to pci well im not sure about that.

 

The gtl refs control cpu and nb gtl, since its a 45nm chip cpu gtl is prefferably the lowest gtl you can get, not sure about nb gtl gonna have to do some reasearch on that, dram volt may help ocing your ram, id stay 2.4v and below.

 

Adjust fsb/ram ratio to lowest it will go, you will need it, not sure what auto disable dram/pci freq is, gonna have to do some reasearch on that.

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1 hour ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

About the settings

 

You may want to enable enhance setting on the dram thingy cause it says improve overclockability which is important cause most p43 and p45 will be bottlenecked by memory speed cause if you cant clock your memory over 1000mhz then dont even try going anywhere near 500fsb

Maybe opt for an e7500 or an e5800 instead which run at low fsb speeds.

 

Disable speedstep eist and virtualization,

Multi step oc booster is problably some auto oc feature stay away from it.

 

If adjust pci freq is referring to pcie, you may want to raise it to 102-105mhz, if its reffering to pci well im not sure about that.

 

The gtl refs control cpu and nb gtl, since its a 45nm chip cpu gtl is prefferably the lowest gtl you can get, not sure about nb gtl gonna have to do some reasearch on that, dram volt may help ocing your ram, id stay 2.4v and below.

 

Adjust fsb/ram ratio to lowest it will go, you will need it, not sure what auto disable dram/pci freq is, gonna have to do some reasearch on that.

Can't seem to change the voltages, it's grayed out

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Theres problably some setting that sets the voltages to auto, you are gonna have to set it to manual, my p5q doesnt have this, but my gigabyte g31 has this and its something along the lines of voltage control or something, its set to auto by default but you can set it to manual and itll unlock the voltages, idk why this would be on a p43 board

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