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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 #1141 of 4653
My VID is 1.25.

I idle @ 36c and anything over 3.1 fails within a second @ 1.3625 volts before the cpu even heats up.

I don't want to buy the cooler (prospect is hdts1283) if the result would be a stable 3.3ghz@ over 1.38 volts.

Rather try my luck on buying another chip since prices are down. LOL.
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post #1142 of 4653
oh wow. I get 3.5GHz @ 1.34v

vid is 1.2v
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Thread Starter 
Yea 1.25 is a pretty high VID. I support the idea that we start a VID vs. Maximum Overclock list...

Heres mine:


Maximum OC (so far, im waiting till i get some better cooling): 4.208Ghz on 1.536V
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=472478

I think we should require screenshots for a little more validity. Of course knowing a lot of photoshop myself it is not that hard to change a screenshot, but anyways....

EDIT: On the note of cooling I have been looking at a Xigmatek HDT-S1283, but there is a Xigmatek Achilles S1284, which is like 10€ cheaper is there a difference in cooling power?
Edited by overclockerfx - 1/17/09 at 11:18pm
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post #1144 of 4653
Quote:
Originally Posted by overclockerfx View Post
Yea 1.25 is a pretty high VID. I support the idea that we start a VID vs. Maximum Overclock list...

Heres mine
I dont mean to call you out but there's no Stress Test in your screenshot. Im going to take it that you're not stable?
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post #1145 of 4653
Here's my new 24/7 I'm testing. Might be able to lower vcore, but I'm actually considering running a little higher for 24/7.

    
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post #1146 of 4653
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by shawnj0 View Post
I dont mean to call you out but there's no Stress Test in your screenshot. Im going to take it that you're not stable?
Yes, that was just a VID screenshot thing that I was proposing as the moderator of this thread. I have already proven that stable (and on lower volts, but i have had to since lower the overclock since it would crash pretty much every other boot and sometimes be completely stable; this is due to the E5200 FSB hole type thing there) a few hundred posts back, but you know... See post #290 http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ml#post4921142 I can prove this stable if you want though
Edited by overclockerfx - 1/18/09 at 5:30am
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post #1147 of 4653
The vid on my E5200 is 1.2000volt.

I also think that the type of cooling (ie air, water, phase change or dice) should be included.
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post #1148 of 4653
I'm new to this site and I've just begin experimenting with overclocking my E5200.

I was just wondering whether it is safe to run 800MHz RAM at anything higher than that. Say, 840 or 1000 for example. Also, does it matter which brand it is? Will running it at a higher frequency reduce it's lifespan?

Thanks.
post #1149 of 4653
With RAM, brand really doesn't mater. It's the ICs (chips) used. Sometimes you can find 667 ram that uses the same chips as 1066, but have just not been tested to run at 1066.

Voltage is normally what kills your ram not Mhz.
    
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post #1150 of 4653
Quote:
Originally Posted by PizzaMan View Post
Voltage is normally what kills your ram not Mhz.
So running it at a higher frequency would be considered safe?
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