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Nice, I got even 3.1 stable on stock just with FSB 310 and multi 10, try it.


Forgot to mention 16 and a 1/2 hrs stable !
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Well, like I said, I've tried stock voltage and everything all the way up to 1.58v at 3.0GHz (10x multi), and it was never stable. But of course, that was before flashing the BIOS. I suppose now I should act as though I just bought this mobo and have never oc'd.

It just failed the test at 3.0GHz with 1.33 vcore, so I cranked it up to 1.39 (but there's a vdroop of like .4v), and I'm gonna run the test again in a few minutes. The ram timings are still loosened at 5 5 5 18.

Here goes nothing.
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Why does the chip i have suck...

Running 2.85 @ 1.375, cant run 3.0 with anything up to 1.450... my vid is 1.325 lol
I have the same issue. I couldn't get 3.0 for the life of me. I was running 2.8 at 1.375 for awhile and then that became unstable.
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Wow...your voltage puts me to shame. What's your VID? 1.25 or so?

I have to get mine up to 1.44v to stay stable at 3Ghz under a full load with the vdroop from the P5N-E SLI (you know where I'm coming from on that one) and my temps are 70 degrees in Core Temp. Yikes!

I wonder if I really did mess up my heatsink installation. I doubt it but that's the only thing I can think of to account for the gross temperatures of 60 degrees at stock under full load.

Anyway, enough about my problems. Congrats on the overclock. I'm very jealous that you have a winner of a chip on your hands.
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Wow...your voltage puts me to shame. What's your VID? 1.25 or so?

I have to get mine up to 1.44v to stay stable at 3Ghz under a full load with the vdroop from the P5N-E SLI (you know where I'm coming from on that one) and my temps are 70 degrees in Core Temp. Yikes!

I wonder if I really did mess up my heatsink installation. I doubt it but that's the only thing I can think of to account for the gross temperatures of 60 degrees at stock under full load.

Anyway, enough about my problems. Congrats on the overclock. I'm very jealous that you have a winner of a chip on your hands.
I really worry about those temps. According to Intel, 73.2°C is the max for our cpu.

Another reason I worry about those temps is when I compare CoreTemp to CPUID's Hardware Monitor, CoreTemp is always about 15°C less. But, that could be my mobo too. I honestly don't know if Hardware Monitor is more accurate or not, but I feel much more comfortable erring on the high side.

And yet another reason is I suppose that always having the voltage at 1.44 might shorten the life of the cpu (but I don't know for sure. I'm just trying to go by what I've read on here, and I might be remembering incorrectly).
post #16 of 19
Yeah, tell me about it. I have an email in to Intel to see what they think may be causing the problem but I'm not expecting much support or a resolution since it was an OEM processor but we'll see.

I'm going to try and reseat the heatsink and I really think that something is wrong with the processor itself because both the OCZ Tempest and Asus V60 are picking up the same temperatures.

Before I reseat I'll check the surfaces to see if anything in convex/concave although trying to convince my wife that sanding down surfaces is necessary is going to be a BIG challenge.

When I say it's 70 degrees in Core Temp I'm adding the 15 degrees that people say I should be.
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Yeah, tell me about it. I have an email in to Intel to see what they think may be causing the problem but I'm not expecting much support or a resolution since it was an OEM processor but we'll see.

I'm going to try and reseat the heatsink and I really think that something is wrong with the processor itself because both the OCZ Tempest and Asus V60 are picking up the same temperatures.

Before I reseat I'll check the surfaces to see if anything in convex/concave although trying to convince my wife that sanding down surfaces is necessary is going to be a BIG challenge.

When I say it's 70 degrees in Core Temp I'm adding the 15 degrees that people say I should be.
About the 15 degrees: oh, whew. Ok cool. This means that if CoreTemp is accurate for ya, then you're probably doin' pretty good.

But what are your idle temps? CPUID's Hardware Monitor is showing me 38°C with my 1.30v vcore. And I get about 63°C under load. CoreTemp does show approximately 15°C cooler.

It's possible that your e2180 is new enough that you got the chips that Intel made as a way of saying "stop overclocking this old chip, and buy our new chips which we're overcharging for so we can make more money!! If you keep this up, we're gonna make it impossible to get even 2.8GHz with this chip!" Yeah, I really believe that Intel is doing this as a way to help the sales of their newer CPUs. I mean, look at linskingdom. He got some extremely nice oc's with his e2180. If we were getting those kinds of oc's with the new e2180's, it would give us less of a reason to upgrade. So, it doesn't surprise me that I am finding it impossible to get a stable 3.0GHz or higher oc, which is why I am at 2.95GHz.
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Wow...your voltage puts me to shame. What's your VID? 1.25 or so?
Actually, as the title of the thread states, i am at stock voltage right now, and inside my first post, i pointed out that my VID is 1.3125v
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Actually, as the title of the thread states, i am at stock voltage right now, and inside my first post, i pointed out that my VID is 1.3125v
Whoops.

Reading. Who knew it would be useful?
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