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OK. How's this OC? E4500 @ 3.33Ghz 1.45v set.

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http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f1..._081910jpg.jpg

333x10(changed from 300x11)
mem set to DDR 999/1000(2:3 divider, if i recall. look @ the pic )

1.45v set(I either have a 1337 chip and mega vdroop, or for some odd reason no program will properly read my CPUs vcore :/)
2.3v on the RAM
+0.2v on the FSB(northbridge?)
and +0.1 on the (g)MCH(Southbridge?)

I'd jsut embed the pic, or hotlink it, or w/e it's actually called... but it's 1920x1080 so I don't think you guys would be too happy about that


Comments, tips, idea etc. would all be great. I'm planning on lapping my TT soon. Just need to pick up some sandpaper. so some lapping tips would be much appreciated as well I haven't updated my sigrig's specs yet but besides the clocks and such the hardware is all the same.
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I say that with only 1.34-1.35....you should push that baby further .
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I say that with only 1.34-1.35....you should push that baby further .
at that low a vcore I couldn't do much atall :/ it was really quite sad TBH, lol. I expected so much more out of her at lower voltages but it still is oc'n better than my e6600, lol. maybe I'm just an incompetent OCer lol

edit: if i recall(could be wrong) isn't 1.36v stck vcore on this thing? lol.
1.262v is stock i think. Could my vdroop really be that bad!? not to mention oddly stable lol.

still... anyone have any idea why my vcore sensors aren't reading right? I've got a nice multimeter, anyway I can get to the vcore read points(BTW I have no effing idea where they are ) around my TT120? lol
post #4 of 22
That's a decent OC, you should definitely be able to push it further.
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That's a decent OC, you should definitely be able to push it further.
should I jsut up the fsb a lil at a time? cuz 400x7 didn't even want to boot @ 1.45v my e6600 would do that. actually i think it did 400x8, lol.

Still. anyone got any ideas as to why my vcore will only read @ or around 1.36v?
post #6 of 22
Yea....400x8 might not want to boot with only that much vcore lol. No idea why it reads that though, that's really odd.
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Yea....400x8 might not want to boot with only that much vcore lol. No idea why it reads that though, that's really odd.
n00b Q i think i used to know...

How much vcore is safe on these? lol
post #8 of 22
Uhh....1.55v, that's usually too much heat for air cooling though.
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Uhh....1.55v, that's usually too much heat for air cooling though.
I think I got my e6600 to 1.5b once or twace and my old TT120(seemed to have a lil better base finish) got load temps around 55-63c, I think! lol.

Max safe load temps are about 65c right? Liek I said I'm planning on lapping my TT120, and as of tonight I'm contemplating lapping my cpu's IHS considering it was OEM so lil-no warranty to void, lol.
post #10 of 22
I'd say roughly 1.50v on air if you've got a good cooler. I would personally think 1.45v would be safe with your current temps though.
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