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I must agree with the E2180, although the newer batches haven't seen good results when OCing. If you can find an older batch, snatch it up. My VID is 1.225v and I run 3.0GHZ at that voltage 24/7! With 1.35v I can hit 3.4 and with 1.43v I can get to 3.6, all 100% stable! Check out Linskingdom's Thread On these budget OCing beasts! I'm sure you can find a batch to suit your needs
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by onlycodered View Post
Ah. Well I wouldn't know since he didn't add his location to his profile.

EDIT: But now I just noticed there's a separate country field in profiles. Ya learn something new every day.
Yah...Both fields used to be present next to the post, but someone thought it was a good idea to remove one of them after the last forum upgrade .
Anyway, OP, hope you enjoy your e2180 .


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I must agree with the E2180, although the newer batches haven't seen good results when OCing. If you can find an older batch, snatch it up. My VID is 1.225v and I run 3.0GHZ at that voltage 24/7! With 1.35v I can hit 3.4 and with 1.43v I can get to 3.6, all 100% stable! Check out Linskingdom's Thread On these budget OCing beasts! I'm sure you can find a batch to suit your needs
*Stares at with envy*. I have an old one, but its one of the old one that has bad IHS contact, I can go higher on the clock but the temps get up to 78*C at 3.4ghz. Not good, But 3.2ghz is more than enough for me
Edited by coffeejunky - 5/30/08 at 9:58am
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E7200
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