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OCing E4300 with PDS3P

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Dear sirs,
I wanna overclock my new rig. I read many many sites and forums about overclocking and settings and .... but I was confused because each site tell something that another reject it, So please tell me the best setting that I must have to overclock.

My rig is:
CPU: E4300 with stock cooling, Mainboard: Gigabyte 965P-DS3P (rev. 2) with F4 bios, RAM: 2*1 GB Patriot 6400 CL3, HDD: WD 320GB, Power: 680 W, VGA: Gigabyte 7600GT Silent Pipe, OS: Windows Vista Ultimate

I download the CPU-Z, Speedfan, TAT and RightMark. I don't want which one is accurate. when TAT shows 56 the speedfan shows 39 and RM shows 34!!!

I recently oc to: multiplier:7, FSB: 300 and my timing goes to: 5.6.6.17 with FSB : DRAM 3:4.
I don't want buy a better fan, just stock one.
Also tell me which temp is normal 4 my cpu. intel tells 61.4 but how can I measure it and which software is the best. someone told me when %100 load cpu the temp shows in TAT is not more than 60 C, but if I don't overclock and using anything at stock and doing this my temps goes more than 60!!
Any comment appreciated.
Regards to all
post #2 of 4
Welcome to Overclock.net... I see no one has responded after 5 hours.. Sundays can be slow...

Instead of repeating myself as most have notice I often do , I will direct you to the E4300 thread I started for those begining to oc.... Read the first post and follow the ***Overclocking section.. Then skim over the other posts.. There is a good amount of information there..

E4300 Information

After you do that, post some of your first results and questions here in your thread and we will be able to help you better..

Happy overclocking


Edit: Use Orthos to test your cpu load.. Orthos reads temps too, but I would subtract 7C to find your T_case temp.. T_case max is about 61C.. Orthos does not read T_case, but taking 7C off of it should get you really close to your T_case.. Other software like Speedfan and Everest will read CPU T_case..
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Thanks so much
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I've found CoreTemp to be pretty accurate in my experience with it and my old E4300.
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