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Whenever I have an extra or old motherboard that I have finally figured out I seem to get a new one. Now that I have this 780i I want to do something with my old P5n32-sli SE Deluxe.

Here is why I was thinking I would get an E4500:

1. I know the FSB "wall" on the P5n32-sli is 1304.
2. The stock FSB on an E4500 is 800
3. Theoretically an E4500 with FSB 1304 would run @ 3.58ghz

So I just wanted to know if an E4500 was capable of it or if I should go with something like an E2180.
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In general, higher multi cpu should give you higher OC potential but still a luck of draw. I remembered the E4500 I tried was around 3.25G. This is same thing to 11x E2200, a half cache of E4500. I tried three of e2200. Two were around 3.15G and one was 3.6G. Regarding E2180, new batches of E2180 isn't doing good. They are around 3.0G. As long as keep the expectation lower a bit, you are fine.
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I had a E4500 and the max i got was 3.2ghz. As long you dont want more then about 3ghz, it a great cpu.
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wait i never tried to oc the e4500 but i thought it was good for 4ghz with a good board? (thinking about getting it as well)
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