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Poll Results: Should the thread name be changed to E5x00 Overclocking Thread

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    Yes, Change it to E5x00 Overclocking thread
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post #261 of 4653
3.2Ghz at 1.290v
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At first I wasn't to pleased with the performance over the e2180. With a single 9600GT I was only getting about a 100 mark increase in 3Dmark06 vs the e2180 at the same 3.6Ghz. Though, with two 9600GT in SLi the e2180 only gave a 400 mark increase vs single GPU. The e5200 performs very well for SLi. I got a 4000 increase with SLi. 10,983 vs 15,059 in SLi. Now that's the 9600GT scaling I've been seeing.

SuperPi is 15.3s vs 19.8s with the e2180.
    
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Any idea about how to make my CPU stable at 4Ghz??And what cpu cooler do you guys reccomend me?
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post #264 of 4653
^ gl on 4ghz stable! thats the ultimate goal on our e5200 chips.... i wud guess u'd HAVE to get need water cooling and use like 1.45v BIOS i think

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minu94: i just checked ur pic there when u had 4.1ghz...thats VERY hi vcore there! u gonna burn the chip if u use that for prolonged periods

also i noticed ur coretemp VID of only 1.15v, u mite have gotten a very nice ocing chip!

mine is vid: 1.225v

also ur 1meg superpi time: is that at 4.1ghz? 15.9s seems SLOW for 4.1ghz

i can get that at 3.6ghz
Edited by kleptodathief - 11/15/08 at 12:17pm
    
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post #266 of 4653
the list didn't updated..anyways what should i do to make the cpu stable??I won't be using these settings everyday but i just want an oc'ing that's stable..
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post #267 of 4653
A good clocker, shame about the low fsb wall.

Vid: 1.1375v

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=446666

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post #268 of 4653
Quote:
Originally Posted by Retoric View Post
A good clocker, shame about the low fsb wall.

Vid: 1.1375v

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=446666
Just pop the multi to 12 and and try some more with the FSB

I want 3.5 on mine but Prime95 fails with 12.5 x 266 with 1.3 in BIOS (1.272 CPU-Z)

What should I bump the vcore up to?

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post #269 of 4653
After about 3.8GHz the voltage required for stable operation is to much for my hs/f to handle. Just got the chip, so still playing with fsb/voltage.

Why not try 1.35v bios? That's what I use.
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post #270 of 4653
Quote:

also ur 1meg superpi time: is that at 4.1ghz? 15.9s seems SLOW for 4.1ghz

i can get that at 3.6ghz
15.9 is really very slow, my best is 14.9 at 300x12=3.6
for comparation
273x12=3.27 16.75s
300x11=3.3 16.671s
300x11.5=3.45 16.047s

Wow, I've lost stability at 3.45Ghz
Really hope its not degradation...
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