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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 #1231 of 4653
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Originally Posted by PizzaMan View Post
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?
1.8volt 5-5-5-18. They were overclocking better when I had only 2 sticks, now with 4sticks I can get 1020@1.9volt. Increasing ram voltage more than that doesn't help them overclock better, it only help them generate more heat.

At stock voltage and clock I can set timing to 4-3-3-10 stably.
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Stock, as in, has not overvolted the proc.
Yeah sorry that's not what I was reffering to.

I was reffering to stock as him overclocking as far as possible using his VID, without touching vcore.
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Glussier, it's your board holding you back running 4 sticks not the ram. Either take two sticks out or increase NB voltage to push your mem and lower that SuperPi time. See how far you can take them with 2.0v 4-4-4-12.
    
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Either take two sticks out or increase NB voltage to push your mem
I know, I already increased the mch and northbridge an doing so helps me get from 960 to 1020. If I use only 2 sticks I can overclock the ram to close to 1150. I would increase northbridge voltage more, but, since it is passively cooled I am very limited. I will find a 40mm fan ans set that on the northbridge and try later.

With ram timings of 4-4-4-12 I can go as high as 875.
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post #1235 of 4653
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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



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
I think I was stable at 3.3Ghz on stocks I do have a pretty good chip with a 1.18V VID.

@S2KPhile

Your CPU-Z link is valid, but your score itself has not validated... So I couldn't post that on the OP.

Looks like that poll is going to turn for E5x00 Overclocking Thread. It's going to close tomorrow so GET voting.
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post #1236 of 4653
Ran Prime for 13 hours

333X10.5 1.248V (load)
ambient 21°c




Ran Intelburntest test for 20 runs max stress--> pass

As i said, the scaling on these chips isn't good

333X11 --> 1.3V
333x11.5--> 1.39V
333X12 --> 1.47V
post #1237 of 4653
I'm not positive, but there is a thread on it.... the e5200 may not be soldered to the ihs so removing it would get a tiny bit better temps. LOOK IT UP before trying, but a easier alternative to lapping if i recall properly. there is a post here somewhere on which are and arent soldered.

not all intel cpu models are soldered to the ihs
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that chip looks like a dud-aka hit the wall already... but better than stock 7300's do pretty good on average if your looking for 3.8g+
Edited by rhkcommander959 - 1/24/09 at 3:25am
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I'm not positive, but there is a thread on it.... the e5200 may not be soldered to the ihs so removing it would get a tiny bit better temps. LOOK IT UP before trying, but a easier alternative to lapping if i recall properly. there is a post here somewhere on which are and arent soldered.

not all intel cpu models are soldered to the ihs
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that chip looks like a dud-aka hit the wall already... but better than stock 7300's do pretty good on average if your looking for 3.8g+
I removed the IHS a few days ago and i can confirm that it isn't soldered.Removing it is a bit harder than a A64 ihs, a thinner blade makes it a bit easier.

I'm still testing the cpu, looking for 3.6-3.8ghz 1.32-1.37v.
post #1239 of 4653
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I removed the IHS a few days ago and i can confirm that it isn't soldered.Removing it is a bit harder than a A64 ihs, a thinner blade makes it a bit easier.

I'm still testing the cpu, looking for 3.6-3.8ghz 1.32-1.37v.
thanks for the confirm, its almost 4am now so my brain is getting fuzzy

there arent little smd chip-things like on the a64 though if i recall, right?
pop the top! might get more headroom, worked like a charm on a64 for 3ggg
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Nope, looks like this only with a smaller core.
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