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Thats not to good imo tbh, whats your idle temp?
If thats on Orthos load then it should be alright. My load temps around around 55 and I never see 50 in real-world scenario's like rendering video and stuff.
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Vcore at auto will usually draw a lot more than it needs. Go back to 9x multi and try giving cpu pll voltage a couple ticks up as well as fsbv and vdiim. Only us 8x as a last resort.
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Thats not to good imo tbh, whats your idle temp?
its 40degrees c. cooler is set to low
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40 degrees is not far from what mine is at. Mine runs at 31 celcius idle with zalman 9700. And to answer you from the Pm you just sent me, Your CPUID looks identical to mine, including voltage, your system is stable.
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post #15 of 18
Ive seen people running the E8500 @1.98v suicide runs =D haha - Not reccomended

Im so considering an E8400 over an E8200, but with the E8400 if you dont hit 4GHz [Which is what i want with an E8400] its seen as a failiure

Yet whatever i get over 3.2GHz on an E8200 is a success...Ya'll know what i mean?

On a P5K-E

Hijacked!

The E8400 is pretty nice though =)
    
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You voided your warranty as soon as you started overclocking...don't go above 1.4V if you want the chip to stay heathly - thats the difference

Not all chips are excellent overclockers unfortunately. Set 1.4V in the BIOS, run the memory at below it's rated speed, put all the chipset, etc, voltages up one "notch" and see how high you can get, then leave it there
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40 degrees is not far from what mine is at. Mine runs at 31 celcius idle with zalman 9700. And to answer you from the Pm you just sent me, Your CPUID looks identical to mine, including voltage, your system is stable.
You also have the same cooler. I will lower th memory to 1044 (i think its 1044). And then ill see. All the tests seem fine only when i reboot my PC i get the failure message. And even that not always, if i reboot and go in xp its fine but if i reboot and go in vista it fails.

Btw Carnage empty your inbox
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post #18 of 18
It's just an unstable overclock. Start over with your last known stable settings, and run through again. DO NOT leave volts on auto, you want to know what they're set to so you don't burn out your chip. Set all voltages manually.

Just bump the FSB 10Mhz at a time and keep bumping the volts when you have to.

I don't know how well the P5E overclocks, you may need FSB termination or MCH volts to get past 400Mhz.
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