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E5200 4.0Ghz or higher??

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I have a E5200, running at 3.5ghz stock core voltage.
10.5*333
I was wondering what is the core voltage limit that I could reach. I would imagine the core voltage is running 1.136V on an ASUS P5P43TD/USB3

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I would be worried about vcore MAX above 1.45-1.5 for a E-series dual. Although, when I had my E6600, I was able to set@~1.52 w/ adequate cooling for 4.0Ghz ~8months.
 
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Originally Posted by Blindrage606 View Post
I would be worried about vcore MAX above 1.45-1.5 for a E-series dual. Although, when I had my E6600, I was able to set@~1.52 w/ adequate cooling for 4.0Ghz ~8months.
That was for 65nm, the max for those I beleive are 1.5v (same as the E2160 I have in my back-up machine) The E5xxx are 45nm, max 1.3625v.

I previusly owned an E5200 and used to have it at 3.7GHz (in the summer) at stock voltage and 4GHz at around 1.36v.

The max voltage on these are 1.3625v but you can go a little over if you have good enough cooling. The maximum I got with mine was 4.4Ghz but not 100% stable, and overheated allot even with a hyper 212 in push/pull.

To give you an idea, this is what mine used to run at:

and here's another at 4Ghz

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Alrighty thanks for the help (:! Ill post my progress after I try it!
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~1.4V was the rough rule of thumb for 45nm Core 2 CPUs.
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