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post #1301 of 4653
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Interesting discussion on the actual vcore limit. The whole "inexact science" thing around overclocking bugs me a little, though, when there is misinformation or confusion on both sides, sometimes for Intel just as much as for enthusiasts.

I just overclocked my E5200 about a week ago, it runs at 3.5GHz 1.15v when at full load with it 10/10 IBT stable etc. I know I can go a lot further with numbers like that, heh, but... I'm lazy. I'll do it sometime.

Sreenshot plz...
    
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where is this E5400 intel announced a week and a half ago? i cant find it for sale anywhere.

and where are these price cuts. intel said 5200 = $65, 5300 = $75, 5400 = $85. All i see is 5200 $74 and 5300 $95.
Both the E5300 and E5400 have the same R0 stepping, so aside form a .5 multiplier difference, you won't gain much by purchasing an E5400.

As for prices published by Intel, these prices are for in lots of 1000, so the price at your local store is bound to be a little more expensive that what is published by Intel.
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Yea actually thats TCase i.e. the max Case temperature (ambient) TJMax or the max temp that is good for the top of the IHS is 100C and thats when thermal throttoling kicks in. Or so I perceive it to be. So I wouldn't actually be too worried If anyones getting load temps of like 74C... I get 73C on this Vendetta on 24/7 and I assure you that its seated properly, might have a little too much TIM though...

EDIT: Updates to OP coming shortly
Tcase in the temp at the center of the heatspreader. tjmax refers to the thermal sensors which are imbedded at the middle of each of the cores.

tcase, at max load is roughly 4 to 5c lower than the temps monitored by coretemp or realtemp, since these software monitor the sensors at the middle of each of the cores of the processors.So when you see a temp of 69c in your preferred monitoring software, you should really subtract 4 to 5 degrees to that before concluding that your cpu is so many degrees away from the max allowed from Intel. Speedfan is one software which gives tcase temp (seen as cpu temp in speedfan).
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Sreenshot plz...
I'm not so sure we will ever see that. It probably was to good to be true.
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Hi guys,
Did anybody push this chip to 3.6-3.8 without modifing other voltages like VTT, GTL, NB?
I am using P5QL-E and I am trying to go to 3.8 but I am really confused about athor volatges that I can set on my BIOS.
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Sorry, double post.
Edited by glussier - 1/28/09 at 12:27pm
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post #1307 of 4653
I could overclock to 3.8ghz without changing anything but cpu core voltage.

If we'd know more about your setup configuration we could help you more. Can you post screenshots of both the cpu and memory page of cpuz?

You might also want to set "Load Line Calibration" to Enable in bios.
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I think most have been using a VTT (FSB) voltage of at least 1.3v for anything above 3.6-3.7
    
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post #1309 of 4653
I had a bad run in with my e5200.

I was confident it would be good but it was barely stable using 1.3625v at 3.5GHz. Would pass Orthos for 5 hours then fail, then I would redo orthos and it would fail in 5 mins.

I'm selling it now, and I bought myself a really sweet Q9550. The e5200 was supposed to be a budget chip but it didn't oc like I wanted it to.

Even my e8400 hit 4.0GHz without a sweat 23 hours stable.
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One of the reasons I posted is because I'm skeptical myself. There is no question the system is 100% stable at this point but the vcore just seemed too low and I was looking for a knowledgeable reply like "that's physically impossible because of <x> which means your system has to actually be doing <y> and you need to do <z>". However, it's not unusual for me to simply be very lucky.

Screens with a quick 5/5 IBT and voltage while under load(it would read 1.152V as it did in CPU-Z if it gave the extra digit in OCCT)



My temp sensors both don't read below 41-40 C so I can't get accurate idle temps so I'm not sure how accurate those max temps are. When I'm not using IBT max temps are more like 45 C at full load. I am at 22 C ambient, so if anyone can give me a quick run on how to be sure I get accurate temps from here on out would be nice.

I already had the system stable at 3.6GHz back at a 12.5 multiplier with a tiny bit higher vcore before I went back to get a screenshot and I'll continue to take it up in small steps and see where it goes.
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