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post #2011 of 4653
okay, here is my new entry for the superpi and overclock..

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=530017
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Originally Posted by jspeedracer View Post
still wondering, anyone get one of these over 360 fsb?
I could get mine to 367, but I needed a bit more Nbridge voltage.
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Sorry for being such a pain and asking all these questions, but is it safe to continuously change the speed the E5200 runs at? For example, keep it at stock most of the time, but overclock it for a few more FPS in games such as Crysis? Will this affect its lifespan, or is it OK to fiddle around with the settings like this?

Thanks in advance, you guys have been a great help so far.
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Two more for the lists 4.137 max o/c and superpi 1m of 13.234
http://valid.canardpc.com:80/show_oc.php?id=530148

http://img257.imageshack.us/img257/9978/13234.png

At the higher o/c pi time was identical at 331fsb as 330fsb - will not load xp at 332fsband 12.5 multi. MEGA volts required! Memory at ~ 990mhz -not bad for cheapo 800mhz ddr2.
How do I find out why my pc fails test eg orthos or intel burntest - my pc won't last in intelburn even at default , I suspect memory problems.
Edited by spakkker - 3/19/09 at 3:12am
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Hullo,

New to these forums and oc'ing so a complete beginner in everything you could say

I've just bought a new system with an E5200 chip and i'm having trouble overclocking it at all.

The specs are:

Intel E5200
Gigabyte EP43-DS3L Motherboard
2x2GB Corsair DDR2 800MHz sticks
Corsair 450W VX Series PSU
Antec 300 Case
Akasa AK 965 processor fan
Sapphire ATI 4850HD 512MB graphics card

At stock it runs at 200Mhz FSB with the 12.5 multiplier, i think the core voltage is 1.184 when it runs at 2.5Ghz but its hard to tell using cpu-z as it fluctuates due to the power saving stuff (the multiplier drops to six at idle and so the core voltage drops to about 1.120).

The first thing i tried to do was up the FSB by 5 Mhz and it wouldn't boot, I hadn't touched anything else but it just tried to boot three times and then it reset the settings. After that i tried setting everything off auto and to the defaults so vcore to 1.22500 which is what the bios says is default, the FSB to 200 Mhz and the multiplier to 12 with the fine cpu clock to .5, these settings booted fine so I tried to up the FSB to 205 but it wouldn't boot.

Am I missing something with what I'm trying to do here, which seems very likely to me as i've never done anything like this before

What I was aiming to do was just up the FSB to 266 at 12.5 multiplier which would give me 3.3 GHz and I shouldn't need to change the voltage from stock (at least thats the impression i've got about the E5200 anyway)

Anyone able to give me some tips here?

Cheers
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disable EIST in bios, change the memory multplier first to 2.0D in bios..then start pumping fsb..
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Hey guys, does our E5200 have it L2 full 2mb shared between cores or 2x1mb dedicated for each core? Having trouble finding that out...
    
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Originally Posted by phoenx View Post
Hullo,

New to these forums and oc'ing so a complete beginner in everything you could say

I've just bought a new system with an E5200 chip and i'm having trouble overclocking it at all.

The specs are:

Intel E5200
Gigabyte EP43-DS3L Motherboard
2x2GB Corsair DDR2 800MHz sticks
Corsair 450W VX Series PSU
Antec 300 Case
Akasa AK 965 processor fan
Sapphire ATI 4850HD 512MB graphics card

At stock it runs at 200Mhz FSB with the 12.5 multiplier, i think the core voltage is 1.184 when it runs at 2.5Ghz but its hard to tell using cpu-z as it fluctuates due to the power saving stuff (the multiplier drops to six at idle and so the core voltage drops to about 1.120).

The first thing i tried to do was up the FSB by 5 Mhz and it wouldn't boot, I hadn't touched anything else but it just tried to boot three times and then it reset the settings. After that i tried setting everything off auto and to the defaults so vcore to 1.22500 which is what the bios says is default, the FSB to 200 Mhz and the multiplier to 12 with the fine cpu clock to .5, these settings booted fine so I tried to up the FSB to 205 but it wouldn't boot.

Am I missing something with what I'm trying to do here, which seems very likely to me as i've never done anything like this before

What I was aiming to do was just up the FSB to 266 at 12.5 multiplier which would give me 3.3 GHz and I shouldn't need to change the voltage from stock (at least thats the impression i've got about the E5200 anyway)

Anyone able to give me some tips here?

Cheers


well i would say do some reading on basic steps for overclocking ie:
disable all cpu features like stepspeed etc
usually best to start out with a high voltage like 1.35 or 1.4 then when you
get to the fsb speed you like you can back the voltage back down a little
at a time til it won't boot then back it back up. if you cant get to the fsb you desire go a little higher with the volts (and not just vcore, fsb vtt).
the max intel says is still safe for this cpu is 1.45 on both fsb and vcore so you could just start out there get to the fsb you want then try backing them back down. also your board is going to have a selection for ram ratio, unlock it from the cpu if you can or if your board has like 1:1 1:1.2 1:1.5 etc change it so the ram isn't over the rated speed. once you get your fsb where you want it and stable at the lowest volts possible you can start overclocking your ram with the same 1:1 and so on til you get where you want it. also usually when upping the ram speed you will need to up the volts and loosen the timings. so if your ram is ddr2 800 at 5-5-5-15 and you want to run it say 1000 bump your timings to something like 6-6-6-20 first and volts to 2.1v see if it boots fine and don't give you blue screens, then go back and try tightening the ram timings back down little at a time like 6-6-6-18, 5-6-6-18, 5-5-5-18, 5-5-5-15 etc. if you google your board i am sure someone has done a review on it along with overclocking features and settings and see how they were able to do it. the cpu varies slightly on fsb, multiplier, volts etc but it is going to be the same process no matter what your cpu. confused yet? lol
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Hey guys, does our E5200 have it L2 full 2mb shared between cores or 2x1mb dedicated for each core? Having trouble finding that out...
shared, usually when it's not it will say 2x1mb on the box
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I could get mine to 367, but I needed a bit more Nbridge voltage.
I got mines at 380 FSb right now.
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