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Hi guys this thread has fascinated me, I'm thinking of getting an E5320 to replace a 2 core conroe E6400 - good upgrade? Anyone got any results from overclocking the E5320? how high can they go on a good board?
    
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Hi guys this thread has fascinated me, I'm thinking of getting an E5320 to replace a 2 core conroe E6400 - good upgrade? Anyone got any results from overclocking the E5320? how high can they go on a good board?

That looks like a downgrade. The e5320 is going to be the same thing as a C2D e6300 according to CPU world. In order to "upgrade", I'd at least shoot for a quad.
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Hi guys this thread has fascinated me, I'm thinking of getting an E5320 to replace a 2 core conroe E6400 - good upgrade? Anyone got any results from overclocking the E5320? how high can they go on a good board?

Depending on the motherboard you may want to consider the E54xx series. SSE4 instructions make a big difference over all. What motherboard do you plan on running this on? I have successfully done it on around 20 boards, have overclocked up beyond 4GHZ on good air cooling on some of them.
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Thanks guys, the E5320 is a quad, just a slow one. If I could get it up to 2.5ghz I think I could live with it to replace my wolfdale 2 core running @ 3.8 in my main pc (sig rig).

The only reason I'm looking at the 5320 is there is one for sale on a local site - we dont get a lot of quads here yet, NZ'ers tend to flog hardware until its way over eol. http://www.trademe.co.nz/computers/components/cpus/intel/auction-682891226.htm

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Thanks guys, the E5320 is a quad, just a slow one. If I could get it up to 2.5ghz I think I could live with it to replace my wolfdale 2 core running @ 3.8 in my main pc (sig rig).

The only reason I'm looking at the 5320 is there is one for sale on a local site - we dont get a lot of quads here yet, NZ'ers tend to flog hardware until its way over eol. http://www.trademe.co.nz/computers/components/cpus/intel/auction-682891226.htm

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I think you may be better off with the Wolfdale. The efficiency/performance boost going from 65m, to 45nm was a big one. The e6400 is not a Wolfdale. There is a resonably priced e8400 on the site you linked. if your board supports 45nm, and a 1333 fsb, you may see a good performance gain. The last wolfdale I played with i easily hit 4.3Ghz on air.
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Yeah, sorry wasnt clear - I would try it in my good overclock board (currnetly housing Wolfdale) and if it wasnt good enough (I suspect it wont) then it can go in my Tv (Conroe with non-overclockable board) or as my garage computer (kinda overclockable).

I did see comparing them going from 65 to 45nm and an older tech is backwards, and most of the work on my wolfdale is the odd game, transcoding and photo touchup. Sprint speed of the Wolfdale is a winner PI to 1Mil in 12 secs.
    
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Yeah, sorry wasnt clear - I would try it in my good overclock board (currnetly housing Wolfdale) and if it wasnt good enough (I suspect it wont) then it can go in my Tv (Conroe with non-overclockable board) or as my garage computer (kinda overclockable).

I did see comparing them going from 65 to 45nm and an older tech is backwards, and most of the work on my wolfdale is the odd game, transcoding and photo touchup. Sprint speed of the Wolfdale is a winner PI to 1Mil in 12 secs.
Don't go with it, go with a E5430 or better, they are pretty cheap on ebay.
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Got X5450 working on ga-965dq6 rev.1. Couldn't push it anywhere past 3.4 gHz though, and when there however, it causes random reboots. And even though it boots with 3.8gHz, it then always crashes when loading into an OS. Playing with vcore etc doesn't seem to make any difference. Ended up setting it @ 3.2gHz for stability. Yet I'm sorta satisfied, though, as q6600 was running there as twice as hot @ same frequencies while devouring lots of juice as well.

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E5450 perfectly works on gigabyte P31-ES3G on F6 Bios. But what are normal temperatures of this processor, mine are 43 celsius?

Thanks

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Make sure you're using some sane app to measure temps, as tjmax for x/e5400 is 85 Celsius, not 105C as OCCT 3.1.0 thinks for instance.
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