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post #1171 of 4653
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Originally Posted by squall325 View Post
anyone using a GA-G31M-S2L board. can you tell me what's the multiplier/fsb/voltages your using to make it stable?

mine BSOD at 3.33 ghz at 266x12.5 with auto voltage.
i have same motherboard and everything above 3.0 fails me epicly!!!
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post #1172 of 4653
Hello everybody,
After reading this thread I decided to buy an E5200.
Here are my results:
3600 MHZ, FSB 288, 12.5x, 1.3V Vcore in Bios and 1.28 in CPUZ.
ASUS P5QL-E motherboard, 2x 1GB OCZ PC8500, OCZ Vendetta2.

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post #1173 of 4653
Do u have any idea what a chip u got????
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post #1174 of 4653
What do you mean?
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post #1175 of 4653
finally i was able to get my 3.25ghz stable. i increased the voltage and changed ram timings. i'm so happy now.
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post #1176 of 4653
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Originally Posted by Mariusmsj View Post
finally i was able to get my 3.25ghz stable. i increased the voltage and changed ram timings. i'm so happy now.
Then, you are good to go for the next step-up.
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post #1177 of 4653
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Then, you are good to go for the next step-up.
nah, anything above 3.3Ghz just FAILS EPICLY. well i said same thing when i wasn't able to go above 3.0Ghz.

also now i am running it at 3.27 Ghz works nice.
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post #1178 of 4653
I couldn't stand the high temperatures so i removed my cpu from its socket and pulled out the razerblade !

After a while the IHS popped of. I removed the upper part from the socket and installed it on my P5K-E and installed my infinity ( bolts/springs ) and succesfull booted in windows ! One problem --> High temps, it seems my infinity hits some caps, no problem with a cpu with IHS . Mounted my RS1283 on it but temps where +- the same as with the IHS, the core only touches 1 Heatpipe !

So i took the IHS, sanded the bottom until the glue was gone, reapplied some thermal-paste ( Arctic ceramique ). Remounted my 1283 ( with bad zalman paste, couldn't find my fresh tube of MX-2 :.

The temperatures are a bit beter now ! Currently priming at 303X12.5 ( 3800mhz). 1.36V

Before 70°c Prime
After 61°c Prime

And i'm certain the temps wil go down some more when i find my MX-2! ( mounted with little bit of bad zalman tim on each heatpipe, not enough paste for a decent mount).


Conclusion : If you have a E5200 with high temps --> remove IHS , sand down the bottom so its a thighter fit, apply a good Tim --> enjoy yr new temperatures !!
post #1179 of 4653
You don't really have to do any sanding. Just cleaning the glue and applying new paste will give good results.

I tried the no IHS with an e2180 and my Nirvana. Nirvana didn't give enough pressure to the chip and it burnt up in less then 1 sec. Instant death.
    
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post #1180 of 4653
maybe not necessary but it's a bit nicer this way

I completed 30 minutes Prime at 3.8ghz 1.36v, running some intelburntest now as a faster indication, max 66°, almost 80°c before ! Reapply the tim seems to help alot on hot E5200's ! I'll be looking for my new tube of MX2, i'm sure i have a spare somewhere!
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