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Overclocking 2180 with IP35-E

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Hey guys just got my dual core intel in today. I've got it up to 2.65 on 1.21 volts. If i go any higher i get a long beep. I have the zalman 7700 cooler on it and 2 - 120mm yate loon fans (medium speed). Temps are around 25-28 idle and in the mid 40s under load. Like i said the only things i have changed are the voltage and fsb.
post #2 of 3
In order to move it up from 2.65. You need to apply proper voltages to NB and SB as well. Each chip is diffferent, give this settings a try. Watch the temp.

CPU Feature
Thermal Control Disabled
C1E Function Disabled
EIST Function Disabled

SoftMenu Setup
X FSB-300
x - Multiplier Factor 10 X
x - DRAM Speed (CPU to DRAM) use 1:1.20
x - PCI Express Frequency 100MHz
Voltages Control Default
x - CPU Core Voltage 1.3500V
x - DDR2 Voltage. Base is 1.80V. check your ram voltage. Some needs 2.1v. In the SPD tab of cpu-z.
x - ICH 1.50V Voltage 1.60V
x - MCH 1.25V Voltage 1.410V

Let the ram timing alone for now.
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so far so good... need some kinda more cooling now it's came up around 10C and 20C on prime95 unless coretemp is reading wrong

btw the ram that i have installed in it at the moment is only ddr2 667... i ordered me some more g.skill ddr2-800
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