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lets start all over again. first do you already have a CPU Cooler?

load defaults in your BIOS first then..

go to advanced, CPU Configuration, change Ratio CMOS Setting to 11

disable C1E Support and Intel SpeedStep Tech

go back to advanced, jumperfree configuration, set Ai Overclocking to Manual

now change the CPU Frequency from 200 to 333

PCI Express Frequency should be at 100

DRAM Frequency leave that on Auto or manually select 1333MHz

select +50mV in CPU Vcore

save and exit BIOS and boot to windows.
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I am familiar with the ASUS P5G41T-M LX motherboard and it's not much of an overclocker.It's G41 chipset and poor bios will limit your ability to overclock your chip.The E5800 cpu (Wolfdale) is a very decent overclocker however and will easily reach 4ghz (16x250mhz) on a decent motherboard, but you will be limited by the lack of cpu voltage adjustment on the P5G41T-M LX .Best you can do is go in to the jumper free configuration and set the cpu speed (FSB) to around 220mhz give or take 5-10mhz then go into your memory speed options (there should be three possible settings on your board) and pick the one closest to your memory's default (stock) speed.You should be able to get 3.5-3.6ghz on stock voltage but there are no guarantees.I agree with the others that you need to do a little more studying of overclocking procedures and familiarize yourself with bios set-ups.If you are unable to recognize and understand your bios features and settings than you are ill prepared to do any overclocking.Good luck and study up!
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I am familiar with the ASUS P5G41T-M LX motherboard and it's not much of an overclocker.It's G41 chipset and poor bios will limit your ability to overclock your chip.The E5800 cpu (Wolfdale) is a very decent overclocker however and will easily reach 4ghz (16x250mhz) on a decent motherboard, but you will be limited by the lack of cpu voltage adjustment on the P5G41T-M LX .Best you can do is go in to the jumper free configuration and set the cpu speed (FSB) to around 220mhz give or take 5-10mhz then go into your memory speed options (there should be three possible settings on your board) and pick the one closest to your memory's default (stock) speed.You should be able to get 3.5-3.6ghz on stock voltage but there are no guarantees.I agree with the others that you need to do a little more studying of overclocking procedures and familiarize yourself with bios set-ups.If you are unable to recognize and understand your bios features and settings than you are ill prepared to do any overclocking.Good luck and study up!

that's why its also good messing with the multiplier. ex. 333 x 12 = 4GHz. less amount of voltage on the chip.
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Okay... Now I am really getting the hang of it..
@croy... No buddy, I don't have a cooler system..don't u think increasing the CPU freq directly from 200 to 333 will cause problems??? I heard that OC is a serious trial and error method....
and as per the info by @slip7777, I should increase the freq from 5-10 and then boot... really I want to start from the bottom..
and one more thing... If something bad happens... is there a process to reset all settings and run the pc on stock??? I heard that there is button on the mobo which is used for resetting when ur computer stops working...
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look at the e5400 overclocking guide in my sig. It is for a Gigabyte mobo but the numbers should still work.

Good luck

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Okay... Now I am really getting the hang of it..
@croy... No buddy, I don't have a cooler system..don't u think increasing the CPU freq directly from 200 to 333 will cause problems??? I heard that OC is a serious trial and error method....
and as per the info by @slip7777, I should increase the freq from 5-10 and then boot... really I want to start from the bottom..
and one more thing... If something bad happens... is there a process to reset all settings and run the pc on stock??? I heard that there is button on the mobo which is used for resetting when ur computer stops working...

yes you can jump to 333 no problem. but since you dont have a cooler yet. try a 333 fsb for now and lower the multiplier/ratio to 11. and no there will be no problem doing that and there is always a reset cmos jumper to reset everything.
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Okay... but where do I find the reset CMOS jumper??
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I have an e5700 to 3.5 on stock cooling. So you just put AI overclocking to manual, then change FSB to 225 (for starters) and put the multiplier to its max of 16. You might want to change Vcore to 1.3. this setup will give you 3.6Ghz. After booting into windows you run CPU-Z and coretemp (or another thermal monitoring program) ant prime95 to stress test for stability.
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If that works and you want more just play with FSB and multiplier ratio's
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post #30 of 59
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@TA4K... Dude.. U also have the same chipset which i have.. the intel G41.. Do U think my mobo can hanle 4.0 ghz with full stability??
I have the ASUS P5G41T-M LX.. plz help me If U can...But u hace a 125nm cooler but I don't have any cooler other than the stock one... also u have a better mobo... Do U think I can achieve 4.0???
And one more thing... How do I know that which time to stop and which is the full stable one?? I have the orthos prime.. How long do I need to run the test?? How do I know the the OC which I have done Is fully stable??
Edited by TheShade007 - 11/22/11 at 5:34am
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