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post #1991 of 4653
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Here is the screenshot


I didn't try to minimize the vcore!

That is impressive for only 1.488v vcore. What is the VID? I'm almost tempted to throw my E5200 (currently cant go passed 266 FSB in an HTPC) into my main rig to see what it can do. I Prime tested it 8hrs+ at 3.3GHz with 1.184v vcore.
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post #1992 of 4653
According to realtemp 3.0 my vid is min=1.0875/max=1.1
Well,3.3 mhz stable @ 1.184v is very good.You should try it in another mobo!
Edited by PERSPOLIS - 3/17/09 at 11:07pm
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post #1993 of 4653
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According to realtemp 3.0 my vid is min=1.0875/max=1.1
I hamy hands on an E7300 with a 1.10 vid and put it in a friend's build who didnt want it OCed past 3.0GHz. I felt it was such a waste. That is a nice vid for sure. That explains why your OC is so spectacular. Dont get me wrong, I know vids are only a good indicator, and not always to be trusted. But I tend to not see too many high vids getting those kind of OCs like yours.
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post #1994 of 4653
You are right,but note that once you pass 3.5 or 3.6 Ghz even on a low vid E5200,you need much higher vcore to achieve stability.
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post #1995 of 4653
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You are right,but note that once you pass 3.5 or 3.6 Ghz even on a low vid E5200,you need much higher vcore to achieve stability.
Yeah, with every CPU, voltage scales poorly at a certain point. My old Q6700 ran easily at 3.8GHz at 1.44v vcore. But 3.9GHz took 1.512v! Thas a lot more vcore for just 100 MHz more.
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post #1996 of 4653
That's exactly my point.
I think low vid indcates that you can get a good oc with reasonable voltage/temp.But you can't be sure you can get extreme or very high oc.For example my chip is stable at 3.6 ghz@1.264(probably even 1.256v),which means I can use only the stock hsf,and still have good temps.
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post #1997 of 4653
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That's exactly my point.
I think low vid indcates that you can get a good oc with reasonable voltage/temp.But you cant be sure you can get extreme or very high oc.For example my chip is stable at 3.6 ghz@1.264(pobably eve 1.256v),which means I can use only the stock hsf,and still have good temps.
Yeah but a lower vid tends to shift the curve a little to the right for you which brings you into a higher CPU clock to vcore ratio.
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post #1998 of 4653
Well, I guess its related. I've got an extremely low vid (min 1.075 max 1.0875), and I can do 3.6 Ghz at 1.2v. Beyond that, I need a lot more voltage to get any further.
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post #1999 of 4653
@ericeod
correct,but there is also the fsb wall,e.g. with a fsb wall of 333 you can't go higher than 4.16 Ghz on an E5200!

@quaaark
That's exactly What I'm trying to say
Edited by PERSPOLIS - 3/17/09 at 11:39pm
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My overclock
4263 Mhz=341X12.5
DRAM @ 1091 Mhz 5-5-5-15
SUPERPI=12.984 sec

cpuz validation
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=529386

SUPERPI
Attachment 101835
What temps were you @ with vcore at 1.44?
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