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Asus P5Q3 lets out a big BANG - Asus P5Q3 lets out a big BANG
Mon, December 01 2008 | 2:33PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Overclocking the P5Q3 could not be any easier. I raised the memory voltage to 1.7V and left all other voltages on AUTO. Rasing the front side bus speed in 10MHz steps landed me at a stable 450, which is the same speed I was able to reach with the P5Q Pro. Memory was set to 1350MHz @ 6-6-5-16 2T. As mentioned earlier, there is no Command Rate setting so it defaulted to 2T. I attempted to reach a higher overclock by manually entering voltages but found that leaving them in AUTO yielded similar results. Dual core overclocking should be just as painless."
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