I bumped mine to 400 MHz FSB with DDR2-800 memory speed for a few days to verify that it worked stably. It's run at stock speed ever since.
tfp wrote:I have a Q9400 sitting at 416 FSB, made the mistake of getting a P43 chipset and it has a hard wall at 419 or so on the FSB (though the board was cheap and it's all very stable). I'm sure there is plenty of room to spare.
I agree. Most P45 era motherboards support 400Mhz FSBs for the QX9770, so pushing it to 400 is often considered "free." You may remember when many Q6600's were pushed to 333 from 266, same story.Airmantharp wrote:...so just consider ~400MHz to be the maximum normal overclock, and call anything over that a bonus.
Obsidian wrote:My Q9300 is rock solid with a 440MHz FSB and I'm guessing that's my motherboard's limit and not the CPU's. I could push it a little further but I think 3.3GHz is a pretty good overclock.
mortifiedPenguin wrote:I think it's the motherboard. I doubt it's cache alone, seeing as the Q9450 has the same amount of cache. Could it possibly be cooling?
Why not? Was that the "gimme a driver" issue?DrDillyBar wrote:Tried everything except my D2X audio in the end.
mortifiedPenguin wrote:Good to see the transfer worked out.Why not? Was that the "gimme a driver" issue?DrDillyBar wrote:Tried everything except my D2X audio in the end.
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