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I think running orthos for 2hrs is enough as nothing in my temperatures seem to change...
Anyway my first stable overclock reported with e5200 on a EP31-ES3G and I am . Benchmarks and super pi on links...
Everything else left on stock such as vga clocks, mem timings and system performance in bios(standard).

:edited out photo's


Looking forward to find a better overclock and squeeze everything from Dominators and 9800GTX+. I will also post a screenshot with orthos running for 6+hours just to be on the list
3.9ghz with those volts. I hate you if thats real.
    
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What voltages ? CPU-Z does not read the real cpu voltage.

For the record, 1.4V CPU, +0,1 FSB, +0,1 MCH, +0,4 Mem
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What voltages ? CPU-Z does not read the real cpu voltage.

For the record, 1.4V CPU, +0,1 FSB, +0,1 MCH, +0,4 Mem
Gotcha. Thats more like it.

Weird how far off it is for you
    
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My opinion is that everybody can go up to 3.75 GHz (12,5x300) with 1.4V or a little less. Try it and you will see that will be orthos and whatever stable. Above that it is a matter of skill and of course the chip itself, chipset, memories.
In my other posts you will see that with P35-DS3 I was able to play games at 4,5GHz, benchmarking and all other activities without having problems with 1.41750V but was not even 1 minute orthos stable. Anyway 3.75 GHz stable should be alright. I overclock just for the fun of it and to become better.

P.S. Neither P31 nor P35 and 9800GTX+ are mine. But I think the 9800 will be in my possession until June-July.
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My opinion is that everybody can go up to 3.75 GHz (12,5x300) with 1.4V or a little less. Try it and you will see that will be orthos and whatever stable. Above that it is a matter of skill and of course the chip itself, chipset, memories.
In my other posts you will see that with P35-DS3 I was able to play games at 4,5GHz, benchmarking and all other activities without having problems with 1.41750V but was not even 1 minute orthos stable. Anyway 3.75 GHz stable should be alright. I overclock just for the fun of it and to become better.

P.S. Neither P31 nor P35 and 9800GTX+ are mine. But I think the 9800 will be in my possession until June-July.
You really can't generalize when it comes to overclock ability. The diversity in overclock ability is so great from the best to the worst that it just doesn't work to generalize. I'm afraid my E5200 is one of the chips that isn't stable at 3.75GHz 1.4v. I need 1.4125v in the BIOS to be stable at 3.7GHz and 1.4375v for 3.8GHz to be stable. Congrats on getting a really sweet OCing E5200!!! By the way if the P31, P35, and 9800GTX+ are not yours who's are they?
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You really can't generalize when it comes to overclock ability. The diversity in overclock ability is so great from the best to the worst that it just doesn't work to generalize. I'm afraid my E5200 is one of the chips that isn't stable at 3.75GHz 1.4v. I need 1.4125v in the BIOS to be stable at 3.7GHz and 1.4375v for 3.8GHz to be stable. Congrats on getting a really sweeting OCing E5200!!! By the way if the P31, P35, and 9800GTX+ are not yours who's are they?
Glad to see that TX2 working well for you. How are your temps at 1.43v?
    
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My opinion is that everybody can go up to 3.75 GHz (12,5x300) with 1.4V or a little less. Try it and you will see that will be orthos and whatever stable. Above that it is a matter of skill and of course the chip itself, chipset, memories.
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P.S. Neither P31 nor P35 and 9800GTX+ are mine. But I think the 9800 will be in my possession until June-July.
well to complain about your opinion i can hit 3.75 but it is not stable without pumping a solid volt into it to get it from 3.5 to 3.75, 1.36 at 3.5 1.46 at 3.75

I am currently stable as in 10 linx burn tests, 303X11.5 3.49ghz 1.42 idle 1.36 burn test.

It all depends on the MB and its FSB holes AND
It all depends on the date the chip was made, and how different they all are. low stock vid = lower vid at high speeds
I have a 1.2250 stock vcore, i can hit 3.0 on this. but higher then that. needs more. i needed 1.4 more volts to get 500 more mhz after 3.0ghz, and about 1.0 volt to get 200-300 more mhz after 3500mhz.
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Glad to see that TX2 working well for you. How are your temps at 1.43v?
I couldn't tell you since the temperature programs and the BIOS all say different things. I modified my TX2 with a 120mm Antec tri-cool fan so that should keep temps in check. I wanted to see if I could get 4GHz stable for kicks but 1.475 wasn't enough for it to be stable and I didn't want to go any higher with the volts.
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I think I'm going to get away from trying to get a fsb of 360 to work. With close to max volts its stable (1.44v idle, 1.42v load), but too hot under load. IBT cranks the temps to almost 90C.

If I take the volts to 1.38 idle, 1.36 load, then the temps are great. Even with IBT (Max about 70C on cores). But it epic fails the test. lol (takes forever too b/c i have 8gigs of ram. so i will probably just do 1/4 test from now on with it).

I should probably get some more AS5 and reinstall the Zalman cooler. But I'm being lazy
    
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I think I'm going to get away from trying to get a fsb of 360 to work. With close to max volts its stable (1.44v idle, 1.42v load), but too hot under load. IBT cranks the temps to almost 90C.

If I take the volts to 1.38 idle, 1.36 load, then the temps are great. Even with IBT (Max about 70C on cores). But it epic fails the test. lol (takes forever too b/c i have 8gigs of ram. so i will probably just do 1/4 test from now on with it).

I should probably get some more AS5 and reinstall the Zalman cooler. But I'm being lazy

I told you....since 360 is your wall, you should prbly go with ~350 and then work with multi. Wouldn't worry to much about IBT temps. Use it for stability. Orthos and OCCT temps will be closer to RL programs that use 100%.
    
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