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Poll Results: Is my E6300 likely to reach 3.5Ghz 24/7 stable (with the right supporting hardware!)

 
  • 18% (4)
    Yeah baby!
  • 36% (8)
    I would bet it would
  • 31% (7)
    I would bet it won't
  • 13% (3)
    Only ******* will buy the supporting hardware to get 500Mhz FSB and not get a better CPU to OC
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post #21 of 35
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Originally Posted by Silviastud View Post
What is your batch on that 6300?

Edit: Woot post 1600.
Post 1600... congrats?

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post #22 of 35
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Double post... shameless bump... someone should just shoot me

Ok, I have to say I was thinking that option 4 in the poll would win by far
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post #23 of 35
Well since you got a B2 stepping then yes, most likely, but with a new board. Mine is stable 24/7 stable at 3.6 and I have gotten mine to 4.126 ghz on a suicide run.
post #24 of 35
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Cool... glad to hear yomama...

And if I have a look at this thread it would seem I have a very realistic chance (now I should just take the time to check which week etc. it was manufactured...)
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post #25 of 35
i can get 3.1GHz stable 24/7 but i cant go higher, windows just wont boot. could be something im doing wrong. btw, if it helps, its common to see e6300 hit 3Ghz on stock voltages
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post #26 of 35
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Cool... glad to hear yomama...

And if I have a look at this thread it would seem I have a very realistic chance (now I should just take the time to check which week etc. it was manufactured...)
That's more what my question was rather than just what stepping it was.
post #27 of 35
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That's more what my question was rather than just what stepping it was.

I suspected so but I still haven't taken the time to remove my heatsink to check... lazy **** I am...
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post #28 of 35
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Ok, so I want to start pulling my sig rig appart and make my official first build... but I need a target... so to start with I want to get the most from my little E6300, because I owe it

So the target I have set myself is to reach a FSB of 500 for stable 24/7 running rig... is the E6300 going to make it if the other componants are up to scratch because with the sites and reviews I've read there is a lot of mixed success (more often the CPU can't be blamed rather the mobo or RAM)... and will a decesnt aftermarket air cooling system keep it cool enough...? (Any recomondations?)
yeh your mb is a decent mb, but your not going to high with it,i just sold one really like it for stock but thats it sorry get a p35,imo
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post #29 of 35
A mate of mine is doing this on a 965P-S3 and DDR2-667 ram so I'd say for sure. He is using a Blue Orb II as well.
post #30 of 35
I had my E6300 running at 490 FSB x 7 = 3430 MHz for everyday use with my Asus P5B m/b...with the cpu at 1.375v.

The maximum o/c was 533 FSB x 7 = 3730 MHz with the same P5B. I couldn't go any higher as the max. ram voltage was 2.1v.
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