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post #1361 of 4653
@vicious

this is the first time i used an intel proc, i usually have an amd for my system, used to have an opty 144 but i never had it burned it, it went out like hell straight out form the box =) all i had to burn in are the mems i used before...

kinda surprising since i never thought it would require burning in, i'll try running around 100 passes of ibt or around 12hrs+ of orthos when i have a spare time

thanks for the note bro, hope i would be able to clock around 3.7-3.8ghz at lower than 1.4vcore =)
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Nice overclocking guys. You guys are almost reaching your goals.
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Quote:
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@vicious

this is the first time i used an intel proc, i usually have an amd for my system, used to have an opty 144 but i never had it burned it, it went out like hell straight out form the box =) all i had to burn in are the mems i used before...

kinda surprising since i never thought it would require burning in, i'll try running around 100 passes of ibt or around 12hrs+ of orthos when i have a spare time

thanks for the note bro, hope i would be able to clock around 3.7-3.8ghz at lower than 1.4vcore =)

If you follow the whole thread, you'll see that at the beginning my E5200 was at 1.8 @ around 1.42volt.

Now, WARNING You follow my advice at your own risk.

I did some suicide runs at 1.5 to 1.6volt, and nomw my cpu can do 4ghz stably at below 1.4volt. I'm not recommending this, but for me it worked out this way. Also note that I'm not using the stock cooler, I always made sure that my processor was properly cooled.
Edited by glussier - 2/3/09 at 3:50pm
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post #1364 of 4653
***!? 1.42??? lolz!

*me thinks*

might as well try around 1.4-1.45 and see what happens, if it does improve, i'll go for 1.45-1.5. i'll do it step by step =)

i'll try running the e5200 @ 3.6ghz 1.41vcore for 1 week and hopefully i'll be able to lower the vcore then go up the next level =)
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Tell us how it's working for you.
Edited by glussier - 2/3/09 at 8:27pm
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Originally Posted by vicious_fishes View Post
you should run 24 hours of prime/orthos/whatever at completely stock settings with any new component before clocking it..
I ran 50h+ prime without any change in my cpu before pushing it to 1.5V. I guess the high vcore accelerated the burn-in process !

Other wolfdale cpu's do not experience this burn-in effect, different vcore scaling and gtl/vtt tweaking does work on them. I really think these are made slightly different than other Wolfdale cores. Or could the reduced L2 cache have this effect?


Ran prime for 11hours since my last post 11.5X333 3.84Ghz, stable !
Edited by FragZero - 2/4/09 at 12:15am
post #1367 of 4653
whats the highest possible speed i can get with stock cooling?

right now im at 3.0ghz with 68c max when using prime95 but my idles are at 34/36c then my temp when viewing movies and playing is around 46/47c... so i wont reach 70c+ when having more than 3.0.. whats the highest possible? although i cant prime it if i go above 3.0 since it'll surely go above 70c so its just a trial and error in my part..
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post #1368 of 4653
it's very dependent on the individual chip, i wouldn't go any higher on yours as you're at thermal limit. try lapping it for an extra 5 degrees of clock speed.
    
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i wont lap the cpu itself but i would probably lap the stock hsf... i reach the thermal limit if i go full load with prime but i dont go over it if i dont stress test so theoritically its safe since i dont reach the thermal limit?
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post #1370 of 4653
Lapping the stock heatsink is a stupid idea, it will improve the temperatures 1°c or so. Spending 10$ on a stock conroe heatsink ( copper core) seems a better idea !
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