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Hi guys, can You help me to stabilize my pc, I want to overclock him at 4GHz stable and to clock a RAM memory, here are some pics, what do u think?

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post #2 of 16
I doubt you're going to get 4Ghz with that board.
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i agree you wont be stable at 4ghz on that board especially since 1.4v is the recommended max for 45nm chips. try for stability at 3.8 and around 1.3-1.35v. also, run you ram at 1:1 (or as close to 400mhz as possible) at 5-5-5-18 timings which is what your ram is rated for.
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I have CM Gemini II, it seems that he works stable on 3.9

What does 5-6-6-15 means?? is it better than 5-5-5-18?
Edited by sakiboj - 7/18/11 at 4:57pm
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the reason i suggested 3.8ghz is because you needed 1.44v to get to 3.9ghz. anything over 1.4v is dangerous for your processor. pushing it to 4.0ghz on air cooling would require even more voltage and not be wise, especially if this is a 24/7 overclock.

5-5-5-18 is the default timing for your memory. heres a thread that explains each number in the timing sequence better than i can. basically, tighter (or lower) timings are good. faster ram (in mhz) is also good. but for overclocking with stability, its often a trade off better lower latencies and faster clock cycles. in order to oc further, looser timings will provide stability.
Edited by travesty - 7/18/11 at 5:04pm
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Aaaa, so i put him on 3.8 and what voltage You suggest?
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Originally Posted by travesty;14262249 
the reason i suggested 3.8ghz is because you needed 1.44v to get to 3.9ghz. anything over 1.4v is dangerous for your processor. pushing it to 4.0ghz on air cooling would require even more voltage and not be wise, especially if this is a 24/7 overclock.

5-5-5-18 is the default timing for your memory. heres a thread that explains each number in the timing sequence better than i can.


over 1.4v is perfectly fine...CPU will still last far longer than it will be usable even at something like 1.5v. I have run 45nm core 2 chips at much higher voltages on air and there was no degredation. CPU's are far more sturdy than people give them credit for.

plus is a cheap crappy pentium CPU so its not like its a major loss or anything. (I mean its only 30 bucks new)
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Dude here is 60 euros so that would be about 80$, they are ripping off

But I agree that they are quite durable, my old 2160 was over 1.45V 4 yrs and no trace of degradation, but I will listen travesty advice, what voltage should I put? Under 1.4V? 1.35 or 1.37?
Edited by sakiboj - 7/18/11 at 5:15pm
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the difference is that the E2160 was a 65nm chip which was recommended to be under 1.5v. wumpus is correct though, considering its not an expensive chip, 1.4 should be fine. just dont expect the chip to run for 10 years tongue.gif

id expect 3.8ghz to be perfectly stable at less than 1.35v. if you really wanna push to 4.0ghz, 1.44v is about right. check out these overclocks at hw bot. especially this one.
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post #10 of 16
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@3.8 he wont work under 1.4V, is memory better than in first pics?

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Mobo have some vdrop so he is working at 1.360V

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Edited by sakiboj - 7/18/11 at 6:03pm
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