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Hi,

I just now order a BUDGET E1200 @ 1.6

Could any of you help me with getting the best performance out i will be running on my new Asus Striker II Formula 780i with 4gb of OCZ Ram and 8800OC GTS 512. I want to beable to run Counter Strike @ 200fps / GoW @ 40 - 70fps and NFS MW. could you help with this.

It's only a testing chip because I have a E7200 / E2180 & Q6600

Thanks
post #2 of 11
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can anyone help please
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You want HELP with overclocking a downgrade? This post is confusing as hell lol
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I can tell you about my E1200 experience I guess.

At 2.90ghz I can run it at 1.2 volts no problem with 34C idle and 46C full orthos load.

At 2.96ghz I have to run it at 1.5 volts and I end up with 54C under full orthos load.

Nothing that I can do will get that CPU to run at 2.98ghz 3.0ghz or 3.02ghz. I added cooling to the northbridge and southbridge. I changed out the memory. I've tried all sorts of combinations with timings and voltages on the FSB. It will barely post at anything over 2.96ghz.

That being said, it is perfectly 24/7 stable at 2.9 or 2.9ghz under an AF7 fan.
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get i to 2.5, 2.6Ghz and it shouldn`t be a bottleneck in games..
    
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I'd say the 1200 is truly a bottom of the barrel budget proc. As in it's not really meant to be an overclock monster like the E2xxx CPU's. I think the purpose of the E1200 is to drop into a cheap on-board video motherboard for people who just want to web browse and check e-mail. I'd rather have one of the E2xxx chips over this one.
    
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I'd say the 1200 is truly a bottom of the barrel budget proc. As in it's not really meant to be an overclock monster like the E2xxx CPU's. I think the purpose of the E1200 is to drop into a cheap on-board video motherboard for people who just want to web browse and check e-mail. I'd rather have one of the E2xxx chips over this one.
The e1200 is still a great overclocker. But the cache is very small for modern processors. It is perfect for a business PC and as I see it the OP just bought it to experiment. Try and go as far as possible iwth it is my advice.
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I was hoping to get 3gig to post now that would be great for a 1.6 gig cpu thats nearly a 100% oc
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I was hoping to get 3gig to post now that would be great for a 1.6 gig cpu thats nearly a 100% oc
Cool keep me posted I just dropped one in to a PC for school next fall
     
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post #10 of 11
If it's just a tester chip don't be afraid to pump in tons of voltage into it.

Maybe you'll get 3.4Ghz or something with 1.6v
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