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Is there anyone fimiliar with OC'ing an X5460 (E0) on a P35 board? I'm having a bit of trouble getting 4GHz stable on all my tests. I thought these were supposed to hit 4GHz without breaking a sweat. My EP35-DS3L board doesn't have tons of OC tuning parameters but I had no problems at all getting my E8500 stable at 4.27GHz@ 1.25 Vcore. Right now I'm at 1.35 Vcore with the X5460 and only about 3/4's of my benchmarks pass. My load temps only hit 44C max at 1.35 Vcore (in the bios 1.312 in windows) but I'm not sure how much farther I should push it?
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Hi
I know this is off topic... is anyone familiar with aliexpess? i found very cheap prices on gtx 760 and i am suspicious about it

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Gigabyte-gigabyte-gtx760-gv-n760oc-4gd-760-gtx-graphics-card/1710060630.html
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Hi
I know this is off topic... is anyone familiar with aliexpess? i found very cheap prices on gtx 760 and i am suspicious about it

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Gigabyte-gigabyte-gtx760-gv-n760oc-4gd-760-gtx-graphics-card/1710060630.html
If something looks too good to be true, then it is too good to be true.
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Hi
I know this is off topic... is anyone familiar with aliexpess? i found very cheap prices on gtx 760 and i am suspicious about it

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Gigabyte-gigabyte-gtx760-gv-n760oc-4gd-760-gtx-graphics-card/1710060630.html


Its a scam, don't fall for it.
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Hi
I know this is off topic... is anyone familiar with aliexpess? i found very cheap prices on gtx 760 and i am suspicious about it

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Gigabyte-gigabyte-gtx760-gv-n760oc-4gd-760-gtx-graphics-card/1710060630.html

Aliexpress itself is a good site but when you buy from there you are buying from an individual seller, like if you buy something on Ebay. That seller you linked to does not have a rating so I would not trust them.
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Is there anyone fimiliar with OC'ing an X5460 (E0) on a P35 board? I'm having a bit of trouble getting 4GHz stable on all my tests. I thought these were supposed to hit 4GHz without breaking a sweat. My EP35-DS3L board doesn't have tons of OC tuning parameters but I had no problems at all getting my E8500 stable at 4.27GHz@ 1.25 Vcore. Right now I'm at 1.35 Vcore with the X5460 and only about 3/4's of my benchmarks pass. My load temps only hit 44C max at 1.35 Vcore (in the bios 1.312 in windows) but I'm not sure how much farther I should push it?

It's your fail Gigabyte mobo to blame.

I had the GA-P35-DS4, and it limited my QX9650 OC to 3.79 GHz. So I dumped it on e-bay and I bought the ASUS P5Q Deluxe, on which my QX9650 did 4.2 GHz on the very first day I bought it.
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It's your fail Gigabyte mobo to blame.

I had the GA-P35-DS4, and it limited my QX9650 OC to 3.79 GHz. So I dumped it on e-bay and I bought the ASUS P5Q Deluxe, on which my QX9650 did 4.2 GHz on the very first day I bought it.

Possibly. I've had good luck OC'ing dual cores on this board but not so much with quads. It did 450x9.5 stable on my E8500 :/ I'll look into the Asus board you suggested thanks.
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When comparing the SLBBA X5460 to the SLNAP X5460 which is going to have a better chance at a higher overclock?
 
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When comparing the SLBBA X5460 to the SLNAP X5460 which is going to have a better chance at a higher overclock?

From the research I've done the SLBBA is an E0 stepping and should overclock better. I just purchased 3 SLBBA's myself to play around with.
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