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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 #3791 of 4653
4Ghz http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=671374 On air
post #3792 of 4653
Is that stable? Damn low volts if it is . I have had a bit hazzle after getting my second gpu. Computer has been freezing in heavy games. Turned out the cpu needed a bit more voltage though it was stable with one gpu o.O. Had to bump voltage from 1.336->1.352, I suspect it could be my psu not being able to keep voltage steady enough with more power consumption.
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post #3793 of 4653
Recently got a E5300 for fun and why not overclock it?

In a HP computer mAtx case, G31M-ES2L, 2x1GB Trascend 667 el cheapo RAM, and a E5300.

Its now ready for everyday use at 4.1GHZ stable with 9 hrs of Prime95 done and OCCT and Intel Burn Test all stable with OEM cooler

I should be on the top somewhere there for E5300 oc'ing.


http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=672784



100% stable. These chips are a complete sucker to oc. In a good way.

I can push it to 4.4ghz stable with air cooling, but too much voltage is required might kill it if I didn't use Dryce or LN2.
Edited by Matthew Kane - 9/25/09 at 9:54pm
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post #3794 of 4653
is there a difference between the 5200 v 5300 chip?

is one better overclocking then the other one?
Edited by richardbb85 - 8/30/09 at 2:09am
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post #3795 of 4653
Quote:
Originally Posted by richardbb85 View Post
is there a difference between the 5200 v 5300 chip?

is one better overclocking then the other one?
The E5300 is supposedly better for overclocking because its multiplier is 13x versus 12.5x on the E5200.
post #3796 of 4653
My E5300 chip isn't that keen on the 13x multiplier if you take it too far above stock. It'll do 350x12 for 4.2GHz (no, it's not fully stable at 1.34v) but won't do 324x13 for 4.2GHz... without BSOD'ing in the process of loading Windows.
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post #3797 of 4653
Perhaps all E5300 oc similarly or better than E5200 made in Malaysia. There is most of the time a big difference between E5200 from Malaysia and Costa Rica. Mine is from Costa Rica and it isn't completely stable @4GHz even with 1.45v.
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post #3798 of 4653
E5200 at 4ghz over night prime stable

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=683873

55C when folding water cooled, im thinking of removing the ihs, or getting it lapped to see how the temps will be.

edit : At idle the temps dont drop below 37C even when undervolted, so i think the sensors get stuck at low temps


has any one with an e5200 got it laped or w/o ihs, if so what temp improvements did you have?

Thanks Markp1989
Edited by markp1989 - 8/31/09 at 5:16am
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post #3799 of 4653
This E5300 confuses me a lot. It's happy as larry with a 50% overclock on totally stock volts (see attached screenshot) but as soon as I push the FSB over 333MHz, or the CPU over 3.9GHz, it gets very, very picky. The system as a whole is still unoptimised, I'm just playing when I feel like it. It's under water, but it's a fairly cheap setup as I was just experimenting.

It's so close to stable at 334x12... it'll do over an hour of Prime SmallFFTs with no issues, but suddenly reset on me when it's sitting there doing nothing. As mentioned in my above post, I can get it validate stable at 4.2 - heck, even had it boot to Windows at 4.5GHz but it fell flat on it's face as soon as I moved the mouse so that ain't stable at all...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by PizzaMan View Post
To take the IHS off the chip use a knife and cut the gasket around the spreader. Take your time and don't stick the knife to far under the spreader. It will take a few passes to get under it. After you get it off, clean the old paste/glue off with alcohol. Reapply new thermal paste. I used elmers glue where the gaskets use to be to hold the IHS back on.



Wow, I love how google friendly this forum is.
i have been thinking of taking the ihs off of my chip for a while, has any one got results from doing it?

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