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680i lt motherboard 1333fsb
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ocz rev 2 ram 2 gb

I want to get the fsb up to 1333 (ill be doing this tonight)
330*4= 1320 thats close enough
multiplier by 9
330*9= 3.0ghz
Im sure alot of people have done this and i was wondering what voltages to use?
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My E4500 which has a VID of 1.200v gets to 3Ghz at stock 1.20v for me. VID is stock vcore for your specific chip and many chips have different VID values, download CoreTemp from http://alcpu.com/CoreTemp/ and run it, it will display your VID. Lets say if your VID is 1.264v set your vcore to 1.264v which would be stock for your chip, then try for 3Ghz.

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ok so if i set my VID to that and it crashes or freezes up at lets say 2.8Ghz should i raise my voltage to the next variable and see if i can get it form there? Also what is the downfall to going over the stock VID? A short life span of a CPU? Thanks for the help. I understand how to overclock and precautions to take but the hardest part to me is the voltage!
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ok so if i set my VID to that and it crashes or freezes up at lets say 2.8Ghz should i raise my voltage to the next variable and see if i can get it form there? Also what is the downfall to going over the stock VID? A short life span of a CPU? Thanks for the help. I understand how to overclock and precautions to take but the hardest part to me is the voltage!
No, the Vid is just the programmed default voltage the CPU can run at stock. It is programmed by Intel, and can be from 1.2v to 1.325v. The lower Vid (which is displayed in CoreTemp) is a good indicator of how well the CPU can overclock, and at what vcore.

I just built a setup with an E4300 for a friend. The chip has a Vid of 1.325v, but can run 3.0GHz at 1.28v vcore. So even the Vid can be a little excessive.

Keep in mind that there are 2 things for you to watch out for when OCing with the 680i. First, watch out for FSB Holes, and second, dont overvolt the ram. See the 680i thread linked below in my sig.

But you should be able to run a 333 FSB at 3.0GHz with 1.28v to 1.325v. Give it a try.
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Thanks for the help, ill let you all know tonight on how it goes. thanks
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See my sig rig. Although I have a 650 chipset. I am still trying to see how low I can take the voltage without BSOD / lock ups
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i got so far 2.6Ghz, i got tied up on building a computer for the little bro. and temps are still running like 2 or 3 degrees higher. I havnt up any voltages yet so its looking pretty good.
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my 4300 would do 3ghz on vid too, i think you will want to get better cooling for it tho as they do run warm.
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See my sig rig. Although I have a 650 chipset. I am still trying to see how low I can take the voltage without BSOD / lock ups
Wow thats alot of vcore for 3Ghz, I only need 1.36v for 3.40Ghz. Did you happen to try 1.20v for 3Ghz by any chance? So far only 1 other E4500 owner on OCN can get 3Ghz at that voltage stable.
     
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Wow thats alot of vcore for 3Ghz, I only need 1.36v for 3.40Ghz. Did you happen to try 1.20v for 3Ghz by any chance? So far only 1 other E4500 owner on OCN can get 3Ghz at that voltage stable.
I will have to try and get down that low, e4500 is a nice chip IMO,
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