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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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post #1211 of 4653
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Originally Posted by pale_neon View Post
I'm trying to decide between a E5400 and E7400. both are R0, 5400 is 2.7GHz, 800MHz buxw/ a 13.5 multiplier and 2MB cache. 7400 is 2.8GHz, 1066MHz bus, 10.5 multiplier w/ a 3MB cache.

My other specs are in my sig. the only parts i need now are the MoBo, CPU, & HSF. Having trouble deciding though.

Will i get a better OC w/ the 5400 because of the higher multi and the 800MHz bus (since im running DDR2-800)? or will the extra 1MB cache and 1066MHz bus help more? (this is for a gaming PC).
Get a E7400, i'll overclock a little bit better, 1mb cache extra and a higher FSB (assuming E5400 have a FSB-wall like the E5200). 400X12.5 would be nice and possible with a decent chip and the motherboard/hs combo you have !

A bad E5400 will bottleneck your GTX280! Can't take that risk
post #1212 of 4653
Depends on if you want to spend the extra money. Most people on this thread only has overclocked the E5200 not the E5300 or 5400 yet. So we don't know how well it would do with OCing. Right now I'm working on a 3.86Ghz stable with a 368 bus speed and 1472 FSB. I at over 3+ hours stable on orthos
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3.86Ghz at 1.380 Bios 1.376 CPU-Z at 368x10.5 1472FSB. 3+hrs Orthos Stable

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=491440
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I repeat, just so I can say so later on. 45nm are much more sensitive then 65nm. By going over the rated mac vid. you are risking shortening the life of your chip or you may just kill it.

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I repeat, just so I can say so later on. 45nm are much more sensitive then 65nm. By going over the rated mac vid. you are risking shortening the life of your chip or you may just kill it.

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I've been reading that this is not as true as we thought. Intel posted a low vcore so ppl would be more prone to buy extreme chips. The real max is most likely closer to 1.5v. This explains why some of the suicide runs of 1.55v didn't kill the chips.
    
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I repeat, just so I can say so later on. 45nm are much more sensitive then 65nm. By going over the rated mac vid. you are risking shortening the life of your chip or you may just kill it.

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It's a budget chip. It always can be replaced with something better.

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I've been reading that this is not as true as we thought. Intel posted a low vcore so ppl would be more prone to buy extreme chips. The real max is most likely closer to 1.5v. This explains why some of the suicide runs of 1.55v didn't kill the chips.
I agree with you. As long as we stay under intel recommend temp of 74C we should be fine. Plus isn't heat what kills most chips? Thats why there are cpu fan coolers and water coolers.
Edited by S2kphile - 1/23/09 at 7:24pm
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Here's my new stable overclock 3.95ghz@1.37volt

Here's the cpuz validation:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=491520

And a screen capture of 2 hours of Orthos, I am presently running 20 iterations of IBT.

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post #1218 of 4653
Nice OC

I honestly don't put that much weight on OCCT anymore because I notice every time I'm stable at a higher clock on OCCT, I would either fail IBT, ORTHOS, and PRIME95.
Edited by S2kphile - 1/23/09 at 10:23pm
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Orthos and Prime95 are equivalent, so, I settled on Prime95

The way I do it,

1- memory verification with the vista memory diagnostic program

2- occt for 2 hours

3- 20 iterations of ibt

4- 24hours of Orthos.

I found that I could be stable in any of the above burnin programs and still be unstable in any other of them, so that's why I run the 3 programs.

After all this is done, I do an actual run of most of my apps.

I think my processor is improving over time. It could be the 200hours of as5 settling which is starting to show.
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