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post #3361 of 4653
I finally got my E5200 up and running! Had some trouble with RAM and had to do an RMA or 2 and still have another, but dammit it's working on 1G of ram.

It's actually it's gonna be used by my son-in-law so he will probably want his screen name up there when he makes one. I'll get him to start an acct here.
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The moment you touch your FSB, multiplier, or voltage, your warranty's gone.the only way to keep your warranty is if you don't OC. And yeah, underclocking will void your warranty too, I read through the Intel manual, and it stated that if it runs more than +/- 1% off its rated speeds, then your warranty is void.
You are inventing things now. I read the whole manual, the one provided with intel cpus, and nowhere in the manual is mentioned anything about +/- 1% off its rated speeds, nor is there any mention about overclocking.

Sure, if you are over ambitions and provide 1.7volt vcore on your 45nm cpus, the warranty will be void, but if your cpus is kept withing spec limits, your warranty is valid.

Don't just try to scare people away from overclocking with lies.
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I don't know. Intel's spec say absolute max is 1.45v. I've been running over 1.4v for about 6 months now and I'm not looking back. I ran 1.46v for a couple months.

I would guess 1.5v would run fine if you can control temps. It would prbly start to degrade after a few months. Though, this is a $70 proc. Braking it gives you a good excuse to upgrade.

Thinking about starting a dead CPU thread to collect data on what temps and voltages have actually killed chips. I've personally have yet to kill a chip due to over voltage. I have killed one in a no IHS experiment. Heat sink wasn't touching die.
please do, the "dead cpu thread" would be an insta-sticky.
    
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Hello everyone. I found out about overclocking long time ago, but only got the chance to do it now for the first time since I got my new desktop with an E 5200, and I gotta say I abso-freakin-lutely LOVE this CPU. Overclocking it was as easy as a stone after reading some stuff about overclocking that I already knew. In one night, I went from the stock speed to 3.72 GhZ and it's running pretty stable and cool on a stock cooler(thanks to my intake and exhaust 120mm's) I'm pretty happy with the performance and everything about this processor is totally awesome. Might go for 4 GhZ later on we will see.
Let me know what you think..=)
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You are inventing things now. I read the whole manual, the one provided with intel cpus, and nowhere in the manual is mentioned anything about +/- 1% off its rated speeds, nor is there any mention about overclocking.

Sure, if you are over ambitions and provide 1.7volt vcore on your 45nm cpus, the warranty will be void, but if your cpus is kept withing spec limits, your warranty is valid.

Don't just try to scare people away from overclocking with lies.
I highly doubt Intel backs any form of OCing, though I think motherboards and RAM do retain their warranty after OCing. But honestly, what are you going to use the warranty for anyways? With the shipping costs and time wasted, you can buy another E5200 anyways.

This is the full spec of the E6000 and E5000 series.
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I highly doubt Intel backs any form of OCing, though I think motherboards and RAM do retain their warranty after OCing. But honestly, what are you going to use the warranty for anyways? With the shipping costs and time wasted, you can buy another E5200 anyways.

This is the full spec of the E6000 and E5000 series.
sorry to bother you again, but please can you help me out with OC'ing

you seem to already have overclocked your E5200 to 3.3 ghz, which is what i am after, so you probably know what parameters do i have to change

Quote:
upping the fsb to 266 which should give about 3.3 ghz seems good to me

so how can i do that exactly, do i just go to bios and change the fsb from 200 to 266, or do i have to change other things, such as ram parameters

and what is a reasonable value in ur opinion that i should up the VCore to ?
many thanx in advance
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post #3367 of 4653
What's your VID?
I have a VID of 1.225V, and I get 3.3ghz stable with 1.3125V with LLC, which is around 1.33V without LLC. I suggest you setting your VCore to your VID, then raise it if you can't boot, if you can, go to stress testing with OCCT Linpack.
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What's your VID?
For my Q6600 the vid was printed on the box I think. For the life of me I cannot find the vid for my E5200. How do I locate this?
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For my Q6600 the vid was printed on the box I think. For the life of me I cannot find the vid for my E5200. How do I locate this?
i was about to ask the same question

i checked bios, but there was no mention of the word "VID"
and in cpuz report, i got only this: max VID: 1.213 V

i am not too sure if this is the "VID" or if this is something else
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i was about to ask the same question

i checked bios, but there was no mention of the word "VID"
and in cpuz report, i got only this: max VID: 1.213 V

i am not too sure if this is the "VID" or if this is something else
See it didn't even give me that in CPU-z. There is no mention of vid whatsoever.
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