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post #3181 of 4653
Lol, I'm pretty sure that the P965 can handle ~300MHz FSB (1200MHz QDR), so that would give you 1.8GHz. I mean, those were designed for Core 2 Duos, so it logically should be able to handle it. Looking at your setup, I'd upgrade the HDD too if I were you, because from what I've read, and experienced, a slow HDD can cripple your system more than a 600MHz CPU can (honestly, these things at 600MHz are still better than a P4). Good luck OCing on your new motherboard when it comes, and I hope you didn't land a crappy chip like mine.

Edit:
Oh yeah, I don't know if I should be happy or sad, but I find it funny that my chip matches the one reviewed at Techgage almost exactly. My CPU requires 1.280V running through it to get 3300Mhz stable, which probably needs that extra 0.008V to get 3325Mhz stable, and about 3.75Ghz, it was too hot to do any tweaking with it, but I did manage to get it stable for 3 minutes before it errored in Linpack with 1.392V running through it and like, nothing else touched .

Edit Edit:
I should mention, I got 3.45Ghz stable, but the only reason why I didn't post it is because I couldn't boot after I turned the computer off. Anyone got any idea why it wouldn't boot? Oh, it's been the same thing with 2 stable 3.45Ghz OCs.
Edited by kirayamato26 - 5/20/09 at 6:27pm
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Lol, I'm pretty sure that the P965 can handle ~300MHz FSB (1200MHz QDR), so that would give you 1.8GHz. I mean, those were designed for Core 2 Duos, so it logically should be able to handle it. Looking at your setup, I'd upgrade the HDD too if I were you, because from what I've read, and experienced, a slow HDD can cripple your system more than a 600MHz CPU can (honestly, these things at 600MHz are still better than a P4). Good luck OCing on your new motherboard when it comes, and I hope you didn't land a crappy chip like mine.

Edit:
Oh yeah, I don't know if I should be happy or sad, but I find it funny that my chip matches the one reviewed at Techgage almost exactly. My CPU requires 1.280V running through it to get 3300Mhz stable, which probably needs that extra 0.008V to get 3325Mhz stable, and about 3.75Ghz, it was too hot to do any tweaking with it, but I did manage to get it stable for 3 minutes before it errored in Linpack with 1.392V running through it and like, nothing else touched .

Edit Edit:
I should mention, I got 3.45Ghz stable, but the only reason why I didn't post it is because I couldn't boot after I turned the computer off. Anyone got any idea why it wouldn't boot? Oh, it's been the same thing with 2 stable 3.45Ghz OCs.


Ive had that to... where it wont boot on cold start.. Try upping the vcore a touch. I finally got mine stable at 4000mhz again...



Btw check out my cooler ... Its freakin huge. I have another 120 on it in push/pull ..I dont know how i got it to work finally . I did jump down from 1600 fsb to 1333.... maybe thats it, i mean i guess it has to be.. but Im going to try to raise it the next couple days ..
so maybe lower your bus and maybe youll get a better oc
higher OC> higher fsb.

http://microcenter.com/single_produc...uct_id=0292505
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Nice OC ... is that stable. ? what kind of cooling ? temps?
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Higher FSB = Higher Memory Bandwidth

If you are going for 1600 FSB, try upping the MCH voltage, it would help, since the MCH only supports 1333 FSB natively. Also, if I had a cooler that's 1045g, I'd be worried about my motherboard and GPU all the time, because that thing is freaking huge. And wow, 4.5Ghz at 1.408V, even if that is not stable, it is still pretty impressive. I'm thinking about getting a new E5200 now, since everyone and their mother seems to be getting 4Ghz+, but I guess I'm happy enough to know that at least this thing can do a 1Ghz-ish OC with reasonable temperature (71C max, 27C ambient, accepting AC donations lol).

I'll try a lower FSB tomorrow, when I pass this 3.3Ghz OC under 12hrs+ of Linpack (going for 20hrs, because of school, the more the better right?).
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Higher FSB = Higher Memory Bandwidth

If you are going for 1600 FSB, try upping the MCH voltage, it would help, since the MCH only supports 1333 FSB natively. Also, if I had a cooler that's 1045g, I'd be worried about my motherboard and GPU all the time, because that thing is freaking huge. And wow, 4.5Ghz at 1.408V, even if that is not stable, it is still pretty impressive. I'm thinking about getting a new E5200 now, since everyone and their mother seems to be getting 4Ghz+, but I guess I'm happy enough to know that at least this thing can do a 1Ghz-ish OC with reasonable temperature (71C max, 27C ambient, accepting AC donations lol).

I'll try a lower FSB tomorrow, when I pass this 3.3Ghz OC under 12hrs+ of Linpack (going for 20hrs, because of school, the more the better right?).

My board supports 1600 native but i have bumped up the mch with no luck beside I have 8 gig ram
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My 965 can run at 450 fsb easily with no voltage added whatsoever, except for DDRII-800 ram.
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Its stable, other than my temps. If I was under water, I would be perfectly happy running at this, but under load my temps are going to skyrocket.
    
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I read somewhere that the more RAM you have, the more voltage you need on the MCH. When I read the manual, it stated 1600 (O.C.) FSB, and 1333 native. Also, according to Intel specs, the P45 chipset handles 1333 FSB native, and because they don't want you to OC, they didn't state an OC FSB.
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I just talked to gigabyte cust. support and they told me the e5200 doesnt support 1066. ***. I see other people with it but mine wont run at 1066.
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