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Hey, I've got an E5800 too. I got it to 3.9+ GHz using just software overclocking (my BIOS doesn't allow overclocking) to overclock the FSB with stock cooling. My temps are about 55-65C under load. Based on that, and the fact that your motherboard is likely far better than mine, I'd aim for over 4 GHz if I were you!
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Originally Posted by kingkoopa95;13614292 
hey im new here...and i wasn't sure where to post this since i see a lot of post about cooling i don't think this is the right place but i chose it since it says questions about overclocking...alright

main specs..

intel e5800 pentium dual core
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116385

gigabyte board
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128467

psu
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817702018

ram
2x4gb ripjaw 1600mhz
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231277

cpu cooler
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835114073

sapphire hd radeon 5830
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102878

so i heard these e5800 are basically overclocking beasts. and i was on a 700$ budget build and wanted intel... so i got this. anyway, my computer usually turns off (but not really, goes into stand by mode...i think) after i dont know how long of use, but everytime i wake up in the morning i find it off, and when i turn it back on it makes this beep noise thats really loud and obnoxious. but everything works perfectly, i made sure my ram is in place, my video card is in place, on full load overclocked to 1066mhz fsb from 800mhz and 3.2 ghz my temps are ~50c. which is fine...all of the games i play work on high/max settings. its that only beep thats kind of bugging me. any ideas to what this can be? oh and when i turn off my computer fully,(start- shut down) and i turn it back on, nothing happens it just turns on nicely. should i turn it off every night? i havent fully taken out my graphics card mainly becuase its a hassle but i think it works since it plays everything nicely..

sorry for the long post i just want this fixed.. thanks!
Bro, that's the Post Code - meaning you cannot turn it off, without breaking the motherboard, LOL.
post #13 of 20
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Originally Posted by Rifdhan;13752267 
Hey, I've got an E5800 too. I got it to 3.9+ GHz using just software overclocking (my BIOS doesn't allow overclocking) to overclock the FSB with stock cooling. My temps are about 55-65C under load. Based on that, and the fact that your motherboard is likely far better than mine, I'd aim for over 4 GHz if I were you!

On Air, Holy crap! I've got a E6750 @ 3.1Ghz Currently, Going to get @ least 3.4Ghz On a Hyper TX3 CPU Cooler. (Push Pull config w/ 2x 92MM Fans) -
I really want to get 3.6Ghz +, But that is going to have to go for a voltage change and I cannot do that unless I beef up my PSU.
post #14 of 20
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Originally Posted by Nvidia-Brownies;13754896 
On Air, Holy crap! I've got a E6750 @ 3.1Ghz Currently, Going to get @ least 3.4Ghz On a Hyper TX3 CPU Cooler. (Push Pull config w/ 2x 92MM Fans) -
I really want to get 3.6Ghz +, But that is going to have to go for a voltage change and I cannot do that unless I beef up my PSU.

I bought 2 x cheap combo G41 MB + E5800 + 4Gb DDR3 ram for my kids. I was disappointed to find the supplied MB did not have any vcore adjustment in BIOS but it did allow FSB change. I raised to 250 on both MB and found the E5800 runs stable with good temps at 4.0GHz on stock cooler with no Vcore change. Very nice CPU for the money and a doddle to overclock - wish they were all like that -lol!cheers.gif
post #15 of 20
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Hey, I've got an E5800 too. I got it to 3.9+ GHz using just software overclocking (my BIOS doesn't allow overclocking) to overclock the FSB with stock cooling. My temps are about 55-65C under load. Based on that, and the fact that your motherboard is likely far better than mine, I'd aim for over 4 GHz if I were you!
we almost have the same motherboard. only mine without the "P". but how come you cant overclock yours? i can overclock my cpu in bios anytime i want.
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Just thought I'd post about my experience with this processor.

The motherboard unfortunately has no Vcore adjustment, so it was stuck at 1.27v, but I managed to get it up to 3.6Ghz. Still coming out stable. The temps are a bit higher than I'd like, but they're within reason considering the little bitty stock cooler.

This one definitely has potential. With what I'm getting from 1.27v, and with indications that the stock/default voltage max is actually supposed to be 1.3625v (see here), I wouldn't be surprised if it could do 4.0Ghz+ at that. smile.gif
Edited by Rezard - 8/6/11 at 9:30pm
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post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by james_ant;13619548 
You don't have a very good heat sync, that's why your not getting good temps.

Not Heat sync, Heatsink.

Please remember this for the sake of humanity and my habit of correcting people biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Nvidia-Brownies;14492695 
This thread needs to be locked/closed.

And why is that, brownie kid?
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Originally Posted by jam3s;14492729 
And why is that, brownie kid?

I'm sorry, was that an insult?


It's outdated. I had last posted In june right when I joined here. That, and It's not an official thread.
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