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post #351 of 521
bumpers

anybody know how to mod a E7400 for an OC?

default FSB is 1066mhz

thanks all
post #352 of 521
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bumpers

anybody know how to mod a E7400 for an OC?

default FSB is 1066mhz

thanks all
Doesn't the 1066 -> 1333 one work in the OP?


On a sidenote, my old E1200 (now it's spidernl's )


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Doesn't the 1066 -> 1333 one work in the OP?


On a sidenote, my old E1200 (now it's spidernl's )


well i'm not exactly sure....so I wanted to ask before trying it out

once i bumped the FSB, would I need to bump the voltage as well?
post #354 of 521
I just made a BSEL mod on my E7500 C2D. It worked pretty fine but on stress tests, it either makes a BSOD or it makes a hard boot... An immediate reply would greatly help me...

Should I make a VID mod too?? Why or Why not??? Based on my CPU-Z readings, vcore is at 1.272v only at full CPU load. Please help!!! T_T
 
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Just tried BSEL mod on my E3300, to 1066, worked like a charm, Im going to run some bench tests then set it at 1333 to 4.2GHz with a 1.4v-1.6v mod, thanks for the geat advice on here!

System: Modified DELL Inspiron 530
CPU: Intel E3300 OC @ 3.33GHz
Motherboard: Foxxcon G33
Memory 2x 1G PC2-6400
Graphics Card: GeForce GTS 240 OC 675/1800/975
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post #356 of 521
I have has so many computers thru the years, bu i mostly hv=ave modded & flashed video cards till now, oh except the old pin connect on old AMD's i always have a laptop or desktop i use just to run tests on for tweaking this is the vista/7 score i have gotten (not like that makes a difference) BUT I Will be running tests soon, also i have several video cards i would like advice on which one i should keep in this system:

P4 Northwood 478 3.06GHz w/HT = 3.9 Score
Celeron 450 LGA775 2.4GHz = 4.3 Score
E3300 @ Stock 2.50GHz = 5.9 Score
E3300 @ 3.33GHz BSEL Mod = 6.6 Score
E3300 @ 4.2GHz BSEL & 1.4v-mod = 7.2 Score

Not a bad chip for $40 considering its keeping up with most E6800 in some bench tests

Now i would like an option on which vid card to use i have a flashed XFX 4670 1GB DDR2 @ 800/1066, a flashed GT240 DDR3 @ 675/1800/1850, a stock Sapphire HD3850 512MB ( and i am in the process of RMAing a X1600XT & X1550, but the last time i RMAed a 7950GT they sent me a 8800GTS320, so what do ya guys think om which card to use?
post #357 of 521
The E3300 max volt is 1.25v i see from the first diagram shown on the forum that the mod would be for a cpu with default 1.325 to 1.4 or 1.45, since my v core is already lower, what connectors should I mod? to get anywhere from 1.4 to 1.6? (I have read online people running 4.2GHz @ 1.6v with temps just fine) i would prefer to run at 1.4v personally, for the record I have owned and modded too many CPU's & GPU's to list thru the years from Nvidia, AMD & Intel and I’ll tell you what, I traded a brand new boxed X-fi pci sound card (which cost me nothing) for this Brand new sealed in box E3300, I am using a T7600 in my laptop, and of all CPU's this little bad boy is awesome when it comes to price to performance ratio! $49 for a dual core that CAN run at 1333FSB 4.2GHz is beyond awesome! Anyways if anyone can help me with a volt mod I would greatly appreciate it! P.S. for a CPU like this they really need to drop the “Celeron†name already E2xxx had the same specs and they were Pentium Dual cores as was the early Yohan core Mobile CPU’s T2300E 1.66GHz w/ 1MB L2 opposed to the standard T2300 1.6Ghz w/ 2MB L2 o’well.


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post #358 of 521
Experts,

I am looking at the E5400 dual core data sheet from Intel. Here is the BSEL frequency table for E5000 series cpus

BSEL2 BSEL1 BSEL0 FSB Frequency
L L L 266 MHz
L L H Reserved
L H H Reserved
L H L 200 MHz
H H L Reserved
H H H Reserved
H L H Reserved
H L L Reserved

Does this mean E5400 can not overclock to the 333 MHz?

p.s. I have already overclocked the FSB to 266 MHz. Everything is running well except I had a problem with the PCIe graphics card (ATI Radeon 4650 LP). I have removed the card until I figure out if I can run PCIe at a lower frequency.
Edited by bhavi_jp - 6/4/10 at 12:51pm
post #359 of 521
I believe this is the correct mod for your cpu, i know you have H L H reserved but now i maybe wrong but i would imagine that would also be the mod for 333, hope this diagram is correct for your cpu, and if you have any ideas on how to mod my cpu for a proper vmod to raise mine to 333 im all ears.
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post #360 of 521
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I believe this is the correct mod for your cpu, i know you have H L H reserved but now i maybe wrong but i would imagine that would also be the mod for 333, hope this diagram is correct for your cpu, and if you have any ideas on how to mod my cpu for a proper vmod to raise mine to 333 im all ears.
NightRaver,

Please correct me if I'm wrong. But the mod you are suggesting is H H L (not H L H) BSEL[2:0].

I think I am not going to increase the frequency any more since the cores are running at about 71 degrees on full load (266 Mhz FSB, 1.4875 VID).
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