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post #2151 of 4653
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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%.
I tried 350 and such. But It wasn't much different than 360. Was seeing the same temps, same slight stability issues. This chip just wants more volts. Eh, I'll eventually get this chip to someplace that makes me happy. Its a great picky "learning" chip. I have done a little oc here and there, but never to the extent that I want to go with this chip. I would usually just have settled at 3ghz which is still a nice buy for $72.
    
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It seems the more recently produced e5200's have great potential, even greater than the earlier versions (like mine). But, would a new e5300 have that same great potential, or would they be more like the e5200's when they first came out.

I'm thinking about getting an e5300 just to mess around with. ($79.99 free ship at newegg)

But then again. Being a college student, I probably have better things to spend my money on. . . like beer ;-)
    
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Yes I agree with you W4lnut5 that the new M0 stepping is great to OC, mine is that new one and It ran with stock volts (think they were 1.07v) up to 3ghz stable. Now running at 3415mhz with only 1.225v, it is stable but havent yet bothered running P95 over an hour.
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I purchased mine back in september. I was fortunate enough to get M0 stepping as well. But the newer e52's handle voltage better too. When mine was shipped, stock voltage was 1.25v and many others had the same as well. Now the avg seems to be like 1.15v-1.2v. They are just even more of a beast now than ever.

And newegg just dropped the price again to $69.99 usd free ship
    
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Hi, I'm back with the E5200 installed.

I was running 3.0GHz on stock volts fine. Then I went to 3.3, and finally dared to go to 3.75GHz. 300*12.5, 1.35v - RAM at stock 800MHz <- is that bad? I'm not keen on cooking my RAM.

CPU-Z Validation

Question is, I've not stressed these very far with Prime95 because I don't like the temps sitting at 66c (speedfan) 61c (core temp / real temp).
Should I be scared of 66c?
I'm using a Freezer Pro 7, but used the stock paste which was more of a solid than a liquid!

Also, who do I believe? SpeedFan or Real Temp? (Asus are in a fantasy world about -10c!!)
Bearing in mind Speedfan is running default - I've not changed any settings yet.
I'm inclined to go with SpeedFan as there's less harm running with the worst and be safer.

It seems to cool down very quickly though. If I quit Prime95, within seconds it's crashed down to 40c!? Guess that means the coolers working ok?


Oh, my 3D Mark has rocket from 11346 - 14377!

Very pleased with this little cpu!

Thanks
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Wisdom is to not leave this thread for more than 2 days As a matter of fact, I would like to be paid for this I was away from a computer for the weekend so couldn't update then. But all should be up to date now (hopefully). I have not listed the updates, but here is a few comments on the ones i didn't post (please PM me the fixes so its easier for me):

W4LNUT5, cant put that down as stable as no cpu-z link etc. in screenie
Nikos only 2Hrs ORTHOS doesn't count, you have to have 3Hrs+ on Small FFT's and 6Hrs+ on Blend.

Nice overclocks you guys got going there the top OC's were completely overturned in one week
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Hi, I'm back with the E5200 installed.

I was running 3.0GHz on stock volts fine. Then I went to 3.3, and finally dared to go to 3.75GHz. 300*12.5, 1.35v - RAM at stock 800MHz <- is that bad? I'm not keen on cooking my RAM.

CPU-Z Validation

Question is, I've not stressed these very far with Prime95 because I don't like the temps sitting at 66c (speedfan) 61c (core temp / real temp).
Should I be scared of 66c?
I'm using a Freezer Pro 7, but used the stock paste which was more of a solid than a liquid!

Also, who do I believe? SpeedFan or Real Temp? (Asus are in a fantasy world about -10c!!)
Bearing in mind Speedfan is running default - I've not changed any settings yet.
I'm inclined to go with SpeedFan as there's less harm running with the worst and be safer.

It seems to cool down very quickly though. If I quit Prime95, within seconds it's crashed down to 40c!? Guess that means the coolers working ok?


Oh, my 3D Mark has rocket from 11346 - 14377!

Very pleased with this little cpu!

Thanks


Looking good there sir

Trade out RealTemp for CoreTemp and you should be fine. I personally use SpeedFan for the fact that it can be linked with OCCT.

66c is OK. You're starting to get on the warm side.
    
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Wisdom is to not leave this thread for more than 2 days As a matter of fact, I would like to be paid for this I was away from a computer for the weekend so couldn't update then. But all should be up to date now (hopefully). I have not listed the updates, but here is a few comments on the ones i didn't post (please PM me the fixes so its easier for me):

W4LNUT5, cant put that down as stable as no cpu-z link etc. in screenie
Nikos only 2Hrs ORTHOS doesn't count, you have to have 3Hrs+ on Small FFT's and 6Hrs+ on Blend.

Nice overclocks you guys got going there the top OC's were completely overturned in one week
lol. I'll stop being lazy and put a cpu-z shot up sometime.
    
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I purchased mine back in september. I was fortunate enough to get M0 stepping as well. But the newer e52's handle voltage better too. When mine was shipped, stock voltage was 1.25v and many others had the same as well. Now the avg seems to be like 1.15v-1.2v. They are just even more of a beast now than ever.
Okay, bought mine week ago. The stock voltage is really low Now need to buy a decent cooler, propably Xigmatek HDT-S1283, or do you have any other recommendations? I think the Xigma is very cheap for its performance.
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Looking good there sir
Thanks PizzaMan. I ran a 1hr auto test on OCCT and the temps were as follows:





Does everything look ok there? I can't see any nasty spikes or anomalies so I assume that everything's ok.
I'll give it a good long crunching soon, seeing as the temps seem stable.

Not sure I like being on 70ºc but I suppose that's still 30ºc away from the bin.
Doubt I'll get away with lowering the volts...
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