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    Talking "705.5*8 with Biostar I45..This time on LN2 "

    My Biostar I45 just arrived yesterday, since we didnt order LN2, i just checked fsb on air. It was able to set up to 668MHZ but i wanted to record vid of it so 662 was enough

    here is the result of air cooling and vid of it..( sure i will push it more with my friends)

    video of it
    http://video.donanimhaber.com/avc-vi...0&categoryid=0

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=382146






    SETTINGS

    M/B : BIOSTAR TP I45 (BIOS:P45BA620.BST)
    CPU : Core2 Duo E8500(ES)
    CPU cooling : Zalman / Temp:56C-80c
    Chipset Cooling : old socket A nb heatsink + amd 939 stock fan
    Mem : Corsair+kingstone PC2-8500 C5 512mb
    VGA : 9600gt PCI-E
    VGA Cooling : Stock
    HDD : Seagate 320gb ide
    OS : Windows XP

    [BIOS SETUP] O.N.E
    Over-Clocking Navigator [Manual OverClock]
    Intel(R) SpeedStep(tm) : Disabled
    Ratio CMOS Setting : ×6
    CPU Frequency Setting : 615(boot)
    Over Clock Retry Count : 3
    FSB(Bsel) To NorthBridge Latch : 1333
    DRAM Frequency : DDR2-1230
    DDR2 Enhance Mode : Disabled

    DRAM Timing Configuration
    DDR2 RCOMP Configuration : AUTO or 1 ,cant remember
    Static tREAD Value : Auto
    Configure DRAM Timing by SPD : Disabled (5-5-5-15)

    Clock Gen Configuration
    PCIE Frequency Setting : 100
    CPU Clock Skew Control : 200ps
    (G)MCH Clock Skew Control : Auto
    CPU Clock Driving Control : Auto

    Voltage Configuration
    CPU Voltage : +0.4000v
    DDR Voltage : +0.700v
    Chipset Voltage : +0.500v
    FSB Voltage : Auto
    CPU Core1 GTL Ref Voltage : 0.63*VTT
    CPU Core2 GTL Ref Voltage : 0.67*VTT
    MCH GTL Ref Voltage : Auto
    CPU PLL Voltage : 1.6v

    (i again used NB's writing as template
    Last edited by hey; 07-03-2008 at 11:37 PM.

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    Nice,now we want LN2

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    Good work hey...

    Keep pushing it.

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    was it warm ?

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    ehehe, maybe should try LN2 on both cpu and nb ,it seems they have potential

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    watch your VTT at auto
    it's probably at 1.55v at that point

    how stable can you make it in dual channel (32M SuperPi)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    watch your VTT at auto
    it's probably at 1.55v at that point

    how stable can you make it in dual channel (32M SuperPi)?
    that was just a quick try, i got camera and boot the system, even no driver i installed. Now i am away home, i will more deeply try on this and sure more care about settings when i came back.

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    haha nice man

    just doing some 32M testing on air

    it's not too bad efficiency wise i reckon
    i have a nice CPU...should be able to do this at 4850 as well

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    This is a sick motherboard indeed, in the good way

    Biostar can push this old E8400 chip easily over 600FSB with air cooling.
    650FSB was the maximum it was able to post.

    On any other platform this chip has maxed out at ~530FSB, so the increase is indeed very massive.

    I am not really sure if the difference comes from the chipset or tampered VTT, but there is a difference and it is huge.

    The only thing we need now is a DDR3 version of TPower I45
    Even at 1:1 mode the memory is becoming the limiting factor very easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Stilt View Post
    This is a sick motherboard indeed, in the good way

    Biostar can push this old E8400 chip easily over 600FSB with air cooling.
    650FSB was the maximum it was able to post.

    On any other platform this chip has maxed out at ~530FSB, so the increase is indeed very massive.

    I am not really sure if the difference comes from the chipset or tampered VTT, but there is a difference and it is huge.

    The only thing we need now is a DDR3 version of TPower I45
    Even at 1:1 mode the memory is becoming the limiting factor very easily.
    They will provide DDR3 based motherboard faster than planned

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pt1t View Post
    They will provide DDR3 based motherboard faster than planned
    any probable release datE? im holding off for ddr3 version of this board

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pt1t View Post
    They will provide DDR3 based motherboard faster than planned
    Much sooner than original Q4?

    And what's up with distributors not liking biostar anymore.. My wholesaler has drastically decreased the line of biostar mobos and is likely to get rid of them completely Probably because nobody cares about anything else than Asus, Intel and gigabyte
    ...

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    And what's up with distributors not liking biostar anymore.. My wholesaler has drastically decreased the line of biostar mobos and is likely to get rid of them completely Probably because nobody cares about anything else than Asus, Intel and gigabyte[/QUOTE]

    that will change hopefully once they start seeing all the hype for this board and other biostar boards.
    cpu: 2600k@ 4.5ghz
    mobo: asus p8p67 deluxe
    ram: gskill ripjaw x F3-10666CL7D-8GBXH
    gfx: gigabyte gtx460
    psu:corsair 520hx
    case: antec 900
    cpu cooling: Prolimatech Megahalems Rev.B

    500mhz cas 3 club: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=235630
    p4 511 2.8ghz@ 5004mhz :http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=124434
    p4 541 3.2ghz@ 4909mhz :http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=157470

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    you guys think the ddr3 board will reach same speeds?

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    Yesterday my with my buddies tosunermc and AbsoluteZero had some fun on that mabo, it s too bad although i figured out ovp mod, after i did it save-existing bios was not possible , then stuck at 1.85v so only 6g validation and some fsb try. it was able to do 1m at 5864 but didnt try to optimze it since too low speed with this cpu , well, here the ss.

    btw, coldbug for nb was around -70c

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=384379






    SETTINGS

    M/B : BIOSTAR TP I45 (BIOS:P45BA620.BST)
    CPU : Core2 Duo E8500(ES)
    CPU cooling : Zalman / Temp:56C-80c
    Chipset Cooling : old socket A nb heatsink + amd 939 stock fan
    Mem : Corsair+kingstone PC2-8500 C5 512mb
    VGA : 9600gt PCI-E
    VGA Cooling : Stock
    HDD : Seagate 320gb ide
    OS : Windows XP

    [BIOS SETUP] O.N.E
    Over-Clocking Navigator [Manual OverClock]
    Intel(R) SpeedStep(tm) : Disabled
    Ratio CMOS Setting : ×8
    CPU Frequency Setting : 665(boot)
    Over Clock Retry Count : 3
    FSB(Bsel) To NorthBridge Latch : 1333
    DRAM Frequency : DDR2-1330
    DDR2 Enhance Mode : Disabled

    DRAM Timing Configuration
    DDR2 RCOMP Configuration : AUTO or 1 ,cant remember
    Static tREAD Value : Auto
    Configure DRAM Timing by SPD : Disabled (5-5-5-15)

    Clock Gen Configuration
    PCIE Frequency Setting : 100
    CPU Clock Skew Control : 200ps
    (G)MCH Clock Skew Control :100ps
    CPU Clock Driving Control : Auto

    Voltage Configuration
    CPU Voltage : +0.7000v
    DDR Voltage : +0.900v
    Chipset Voltage : +0.700v
    FSB Voltage : 500
    CPU Core1 GTL Ref Voltage : 0.63*VTT
    CPU Core2 GTL Ref Voltage : 0.67*VTT
    MCH GTL Ref Voltage : Auto
    CPU PLL Voltage : 1.6v

    (i again used NB's writing as template




    btw, can some mods change title of the thread to "705.5*8 with Biostar I45..This time on LN2 "
    Last edited by hey; 07-03-2008 at 11:52 PM.

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    Man, this "high FSB Biostar runs" threads are getting boring to read every day I45 is really the FSB king, no doubt about it!
    Last edited by runmc; 07-09-2008 at 09:18 AM. Reason: language edit

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    amazing hey
    i love to see all these results, so the the -70 CB, lol that can be done with dice :P

    so this board stil isnt effiecient enough? we need a high fsb asus board

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    a few insulation photos by AbsoluteZero ..











    Last edited by hey; 07-04-2008 at 04:00 AM.

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    Awesome man

    that took a lot of work right there hahahah
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    OMGosh - what is all that stuff?? It looks like clay. You could run that mobo under water now.

    I am enjoying this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    Awesome man

    that took a lot of work right there hahahah


    Quote Originally Posted by runmc View Post
    OMGosh - what is all that stuff?? It looks like clay. You could run that mobo under water now.

    I am enjoying this thread.
    it is faber castel soft painter eraser , yes maybe could run after insulation of everywhere; it is really powerful

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    Great board, i need it
    Lights, Music, Camera, Action !


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    Love the insulation, what kind of clay is that? I used silly putty once and it sucked all the color out of everything lol. Great fsb!
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    guys
    i've been using blutac myself but around the CPU socket only
    it's great
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    Holy crap @ that insulation! I got one of these boards, can't wait to fire it up. How is th estock heatpipe? Should I use HR-05 on NB?

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