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Honestly, I've seen BSODs so many times that now they are like pop-up error boxes to me. Don't worry, if you are OCing, you'll be seeing a lot more of them.
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hi, i m currently running my e5200 at 3.75 ( 300 X 12.5 ) , vcore 1.296 .

i m able to run occt for 2 hours , small fft's for 12 hrs and blend test for 9 hrs.

can i consider it stable ?
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hi, i m currently running my e5200 at 3.75 ( 300 X 12.5 ) , vcore 1.296 .

i m able to run occt for 2 hours , small fft's for 12 hrs and blend test for 9 hrs.

can i consider it stable ?
do you get errors after those times?
    
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hi, i m currently running my e5200 at 3.75 ( 300 X 12.5 ) , vcore 1.296 .

i m able to run occt for 2 hours , small fft's for 12 hrs and blend test for 9 hrs.

can i consider it stable ?
That's nice as far as I'm concerned.
I seem to have hit a snag though. My system suddenly started freezing at the 3.7ghz speed I mentioned before, even though I was running 1.37 vcore.

My questions is, if I'm running 1185fsb would it be beneficial or even necessary to raise cpu vtt voltage? I'm totally in the dark on that, not sure what is a good range for vtt. My setting goes from 1.20v - 1.96v

Also, my bios seems limited compared to some of the things I've seen you guys mention. My voltage options are vcore, dram, vtt, northbridge and southbridge. There's also something called LDT frequency which I'm not sure about. Hopefully I can benefit from these options with a little help.
Edited by metal_gunjee - 5/24/09 at 9:58am
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LDT is for AMD chips if I'm not mistaken, so don't worry about that. Depending on the chip, you might need a little bit of a boost on VTT, overdoing it will cause instability. I need a bump of 1 notch at 300Mhz FSB (1200 effective) to get it more stable, 1 notch is 0.020V for me. Don't go above 1.45V, and keep it below VCore if possible.
Edited by kirayamato26 - 5/24/09 at 11:16am
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I'd say I'm certified stable @ 3.6ghz at least, so I've saved the bios and I'll continue to work from there.



I'm giving another shot with 3.7ghz now, I've been running windows and gaming for a couple hours on it with 1.36v on VCore and 1.3v on VTT and Northbridge. I'll do some hard testing on it tomorrow and cross my fingers. I feel like 8 or 9 hours of Orthos small fft's would be sufficient.
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Right updates finally:

metal_gunjee - 3.6Ghz - 3Hrs+ ORTHOS Small FFT's - ASUS P5N-D
aiboforcen - 4.2Ghz - ASUS P5QL-E - link
madmike0408 - 4.5Ghz - Gigabyte GA-EP45T-DS3R
infiniteengine - 4.0Ghz - 3Hrs+ Small FFT's ORTHOS - EVGA 730i - link
infiniteengine - 4.3Ghz - EVGA 730i - link
wes45013 - 4.0Ghz - Gigabyte EP45-UD3LR

E5300:
idleivey - 3.5Ghz - 3hRs+ Small FFTS - Gigabyte EP45-UD3P

Just noticed someone said something about the E6300, I think I would either get that myself or then wait for Core i5, but isn't the publishing of the E6300 supposed to be on the 31st so how is it out....
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Just noticed someone said something about the E6300, I think I would either get that myself or then wait for Core i5, but isn't the publishing of the E6300 supposed to be on the 31st so how is it out....
The E6300 is not a new processor, it's an old design released more than 2 years ago.
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This is for sure my next purchase, but, out of curiousity, what are the chances of me hitting 4GHz with my board? Should rely mostly on the actual CPU because of the high multi, right?
     
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The E6300 is not a new processor, it's an old design released more than 2 years ago.
He's talking about the new wolfdale e6300
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819116091
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