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Is this a good E6300 overclock?

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I overclocked my E6300 to 3325 MHz (475 x 7) with the vcore at 1.3375 (reads 1.328 in CPU-Z). I've tried raising the vcore to get a higher FSB, but I haven't gotten it higher than 475 (might be the memory, can't really figure out how to get the divider correct so its being overclocked at 1:1).

How might I get it higher?
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Whats your VCore?
    
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Should be in the first post. Its 1.3375 but reads 1.328 in CPU-Z.
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post #4 of 14
raise it (your vcore). i cannot believe you got it that high with only 1.3xx
wow your chip must be of high quality silicon
try 1.425, dont be scared
    
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When I was running it at stock vcore it ran at 475 but when I played BF2 it got mad and gave me the blue screen of death. I raised it one notch to see if that would help.
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I doubt its 2 x Prime95 24hrs stable. Or even 12. But that's my little assumption.
    
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I'm sure its not. I never run anything that actually makes the computer run something like prime for 24 hours (the computer is on for 12 hours on weekends and 4 or 5 on weekdays). I might run it for 6 hours to test it, but I don't worry about 24 hours stable.
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post #8 of 14
Up the vcore to around 1.45. I have mine at 429 stable at that with max load of only around 54. Thing is i've pushed it up past 1.48 just to try to go higher and it still wont. Dunno what im doing wrong lol.
post #9 of 14
loosen your timings lol 4-3-4-9 wont get u high FSB unless you have $500/GB memory
loosen to 4-4-4-12 and then see waht that mobo can do for u
    
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post #10 of 14
eh i loosened my ram to 5-5-5-15 and it didint work also tried at 4-4-4-12. I dunno just cant go high. Ive set my NB/SB to max settings..my ram to max...and my cpu to "never leave it at that" high just to see if it would post. No dice haha.
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