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OCCT's Linpack drops in stress and temps when it loops. IBT doesn't.
IBT, drops load between loops for me. So far every linpack program does. I run Orthos in the background to pick up any leftovers.
    
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I've never had to reset the CMOS for an OC yet, I've done it for other reasons though. Bad influence? I don't think so =P having too much voltage for an OC isn't really ideal, you want to squeeze ever last Mhz u can. Higher than 4Ghz is reasonable, as long as it is within safe temperatures. I'd personally never run an OC if it gets my CPU hotter than 75C in RealTemp under Linpack, though, 80C under Linpack is probably still reasonable for 24/7 use. Oh yeah, a higher FSB and lower multiplier will result in higher bandwidths, actually, a higher FSB in general will give higher bandwidths.

Edit:
Volts and not temps? My CPU goes over 60C easily, I even got 60C on a hot day with 1.225V. Highest I've pushed it to was 78C though, with 1.408V through the chip.
Edited by kirayamato26 - 5/26/09 at 3:44pm
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I tried lowering the multiplier on this board, but it keeps booting up at 12.5x. It's a cheap-o, low end MSI board... can't expect too much I guess...

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I've never had to reset the CMOS for an OC yet, I've done it for other reasons though. Bad influence? I don't think so =P having too much voltage for an OC isn't really ideal, you want to squeeze ever last Mhz u can. Higher than 4Ghz is reasonable, as long as it is within safe temperatures. I'd personally never run an OC if it gets my CPU hotter than 75C in RealTemp under Linpack, though, 80C under Linpack is probably still reasonable for 24/7 use. Oh yeah, a higher FSB and lower multiplier will result in higher bandwidths, actually, a higher FSB in general will give higher bandwidths.
    
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Alrighty, 5 passes on IntelBurnTest passed! Attached images below.

System would boot at 333x12.5, but crashed at the Windows startup screen & reboot. So, I said screw it... 320x12.5 = 4.0GHz is good enough for what I need.

Last question... should I run the DDR2 800MHz at 4:5/800MHz or run it at 1:1 with lower memory timings at 640MHz (320x2)? Everyone keeps preaching about how great 1:1 is for fsb:memory bus ratio... any thoughts for a FSB that's lower than the memory bus?

Thanks!

(CPU-Z incorrectly reports the multiplier as 12.0x when it's 12.5x. That's why it shows 3.85GHz rather than the 4.0GHz the system is really running at.)


Edited by cmd512 - 5/26/09 at 6:21pm
    
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I think your CPU IS at 3.85Ghz, CPU-Z, in my experience, has never lied to me about my CPU speeds. though, to be sure, get something like Everest, and check it there, if both of them turns out to be 3.85Ghz, then it is 3.85Ghz for sure. By the way, what are your temperatures like?

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Oh yeah, I'm jealous too, I can't get 3.75Ghz stable at 1.408V.
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That's good to know, thanks! I've tried to read as many of the posts as I could, and I couldn't find a single case of this being the case.
If you read the whole thread, you'll find that I have been running an E5200 with a 1.250vid @4ghz for the past 3 or 4 months now. This computer is folding 24/7. I also have another E5200 with an 1.125vid which is overclocked at the same 4ghz and is happily folding 24/7 for about the same time.
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Alrighty, 5 passes on IntelBurnTest passed! Attached images below.

System would boot at 333x12.5, but crashed at the Windows startup screen & reboot. So, I said screw it... 320x12.5 = 4.0GHz is good enough for what I need.

Last question... should I run the DDR2 800MHz at 4:5/800MHz or run it at 1:1 with lower memory timings at 640MHz (320x2)? Everyone keeps preaching about how great 1:1 is for fsb:memory bus ratio... any thoughts for a FSB that's lower than the memory bus?

Thanks!

(CPU-Z incorrectly reports the multiplier as 12.0x when it's 12.5x. That's why it shows 3.85GHz rather than the 4.0GHz the system is really running at.)

For the memory question; just run super pi and see which way is fastest for your pc if 1:1 is faster underclock and tighten those timings up as much ass you can..
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Personally, I do not notice a difference between the two, just go with whichever one you feel is faster.
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Actually no, CPU-Z is reporting it incorrectly. I'm also running Rightmark CPU Clock Utility, and it was running at 4.0GHz when IntelBurnTest was going full blast.

Also, when I boot up, the MSI BIO screen shows 3961 MHz.

I think CPU-Z isn't supporting this cheap-o motherboard of mine properly.

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I think your CPU IS at 3.85Ghz, CPU-Z, in my experience, has never lied to me about my CPU speeds. though, to be sure, get something like Everest, and check it there, if both of them turns out to be 3.85Ghz, then it is 3.85Ghz for sure. By the way, what are your temperatures like?

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