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hi OCN!

how much can i overclock the E5800 with a G41 chipset motherboard?

im planning to downgrade. sell my E7500 and buy that E5800.

and which one is better?

E7500 at 3.70GHz

or

E5800 at 4.0GHz and up.
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Since an E5800 has a very high multi you should be able to reach 4ghz, although I wouldn't really suggest doing it on a G41 chipset as they are very weak chipsets and one of the worst made at that time :-\\

Both chips will pretty much be close to equal at the listed speeds
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G41 doesn't like high FSB. They max out at ~333fsb.

This limits the ability to overclock.

To get the highest clock speed, you'll need a high multi.
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Since an E5800 has a very high multi you should be able to reach 4ghz, although I wouldn't really suggest doing it on a G41 chipset as they are very weak chipsets and one of the worst made at that time :-\\

Both chips will pretty much be close to equal at the listed speeds
so its not worth selling my E7500 for the E5800?

currently my E7500 is at 3.70GHz. but cannot go higher than 343MHz (FSB wall of G41).
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E7500 = 266 fsb x 11 multi

E5800 = 200 fsb x 16 multi

The higher multi on the e5800 would theoretically lead to a higher clock speed with the 343mhz limit of the fsb.

What you really should be asking is: Can a e5800 clock higher than 3.7ghz? Most likely not...
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E7500 = 266 fsb x 11 multi

E5800 = 200 fsb x 16 multi

The higher multi on the e5800 would theoretically lead to a higher clock speed with the 343mhz limit of the fsb.

What you really should be asking is: Can a e5800 clock higher than 3.7ghz? Most likely not...
yes i know that.

but my concern is, will the E5800 be clocked to 4GHz easily on a G41 chipset motherboard? it only needs 250 fsb for that 4.0GHz. 250 x 16.

and will it also beat my E7500 clocked to 3.70GHz in performance versus the E5800 4.0GHz?
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but my concern is, will the E5800 be clocked to 4GHz easily on a G41 chipset motherboard? it only needs 250 fsb for that 4.0GHz. 250 x 16.
The G41 chipset will not be a limiting factor when trying for a 250fsb. You've already determined your specific motherboard is stable at 343fsb.

In looking at other OC's of e5800 chips, a 300fsb doesn't seem unreasonable. Of course, your mileage may varry.

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and will it also beat my E7500 clocked to 3.70GHz in performance versus the E5800 4.0GHz?
C2D @ 4ghz > C2D @ 3.70Ghz

Unfortunately, there's no way to tell ahead of time if a specific e5800 WILL hit 4ghz.
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