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Poll Results: Should the thread name be changed to E5x00 Overclocking Thread

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    Yes, Change it to E5x00 Overclocking thread
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    No, Lets keep it how it is
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post #1061 of 4653
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well, me not too much...
it is much more satisfying to see that you payed chippy 3-4 times less than others, and have more fps in games than tham...
    
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awesome competition, keep it going boys...these small chippies are diamonds...

I see some guys going with 1.55,
and I was scared with 3.87 @ 1.46.....
Anyone knows insta-kill Vcore value?
Well pretty much the top three on the first post are 1.6V+ Not really good practice, but this chip can take waaayyyy more voltage than for example a E8400... I love the competition in this thread

In terms of Off topic; (Win 7 stuff)

What kind of windows experience index scores are you guys getting on 24/7 clocks. I got 6.7 CPU on 3.62 Ghz, which I am running now 24/7 as it seems that the 3.66 Ghz was unstable sometimes because I was running it at 347 Mhz or was it 349Mhz FSB...
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What kind of windows experience index scores are you guys getting on 24/7 clocks. I got 6.7 CPU on 3.62 Ghz, which I am running now 24/7 as it seems that the 3.66 Ghz was unstable sometimes because I was running it at 347 Mhz or was it 349Mhz FSB...
At 3.85 I get a 6.9 cpu index in Windows7.

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Its been a little bit since I last posted, but I ended up getting to the 3.5 mark. For some reason I can't get past that, but I'll try again in the near future. I'm running 350x10 and my ram is at 840. CPU shows a 1.344 voltage, bios is set at 1.375. I could probably lower that.

Thanks for all your help!
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post #1065 of 4653
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Not really good practice, but this chip can take waaayyyy more voltage than for example a E8400...
Nonsense..
post #1066 of 4653
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Nonsense..
Yes, both are the same 45nm arch and should have basicly the same limitations on voltage and temps.
    
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post #1067 of 4653
My E5200 can actually boot to windows at 1.5volt. Not that 1.5volt, it's still a pretty high voltage on air cooling for that 45nm cpu.
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post #1068 of 4653
Heh, the last time I put my CPU voltage on auto my comp set it to 1.54v for 800 FSB. I posted this a few pages back.
    
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post #1069 of 4653
on auto, and all default, CPU-z shows 1.17V
    
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post #1070 of 4653
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Yes, both are the same 45nm arch and should have basicly the same limitations on voltage and temps.
Yes but you have to take into consideration that E8xxx has 6mb of Cache, and is thus much more vulnerable to high voltage... The risk of frying the cache is greater than with E5200...

Most of the cases cause of over voltage death is the cache... or so i've read...
    
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