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post #1221 of 4653
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glussier, what is your VID?
1.2000volt vid. This is why I keep saying that the vid is not all it is said to be.
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I'm wondering if I should make my multiplier higher so I can run higher clocks? Do you think it would be better or should I stick with a lower multiplier and higher FSB.
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post #1223 of 4653
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1.2000volt vid. This is why I keep saying that the vid is not all it is said to be.
I've been saying that as well, I just like to inquire.

People have a tendancy to think lower VID = higher overclocks.

I've seen Q6600 B3s with 1.3VID hit 3.8+ GHz. It's obviously not a real predictor.

My VID is 1.2 as well.

Just a question, what did you get with your e5200 on stock volts?
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If you want to reach the highest fsb possible then you are better with a lower multiplier. However, I found that I can reach higher stable overclocks at lower vcore with the 12.5 multiplier.
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post #1225 of 4653
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Just a question, what did you get with your e5200 on stock volts?
I don't remember exactly, but I think it was between 3.2 and 3.3ghz.

I will try it tomorrow and post a screen capture.

You have a good cooler and a good motherboard, so, I'm sure you still have lots of room for overclocking. I'm don't mind setting my vcore as high as 1.42 as long as I can keep fairly good temps.
Edited by glussier - 1/23/09 at 10:35pm
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I don't remember exactly, but I think it was between 3.2 and 3.3ghz.

I will try it tomorrow and post a screen capture.
lol that won't be necessary. I believe you!

That's pretty impressive I would say. I wonder what the average most people hit on stock volts.

I'm still trying to get people to help me fix my e5200 problem lol

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You have a good cooler and a good motherboard, so, I'm sure you still have lots of room for overclocking. I'm don't mind setting my vcore as high as 1.42 as long as I can keep fairly good temps.
Yeah the cooler was supposed to arrive today however Purolator messed up my address (hmmmph!) so I have to wait until monday.

I will probably do the same so long as I don't exceed 1.4v and 74c
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post #1227 of 4653
I would consider the above sreenshot to be within stock since it's within Intel's recommendation.

Hey glussier, what's the recommended voltage and timing for your kingston's?
    
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If you want to reach the highest fsb possible then you are better with a lower multiplier. However, I found that I can reach higher stable overclocks at lower vcore with the 12.5 multiplier.
I notice that I get the same Super PI numbers that you get at 1MB, 14.250. Maybe I'll just stick with the lower Multiplier and highers FSB.
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I would consider the above sreenshot to be within stock since it's within Intel's recommendation.

Hey glussier, what's the recommended voltage and timing for your kingston's?
FYI i was reffering to stock voltage, lol ie how far he can overclock without even touching vcore. Not sure what you're talking about lol
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Stock, as in, has not overvolted the proc.
    
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