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post #3811 of 4653
hello,
I think this is the max stable here:


not that great... but I'm using the retail cooler (and this one is not in a great shape, it was broken and I fixed with some glue lol), at stock clock the max temp is under 60ºc in the linx, room temp is like 20ºc or less
I think I need a new heatsink (a r0 e5xxx to lol)... I'm using 1,36v in the bios (but in cpuz during linx is 1.312 the minimum, in everest 1.31 running linx and 1.34 idle) I think, with 1,35+- I get error in linx... the mb is a gigabyte g31m s2l... I think even with better cooling this chip will not clock to high...

the max temperature is quite high, but while gaming is a lot lower, like in the 50-60....

one question, the "eist" still reducing the clock when the cpu use is low (6x mult), but it's not lowering the voltage anymore, is there any way to lower it? sometimes I let the PC only downloading stuff and there is no need for 1.3+v...

after using only AMD cpus since 2003 I'm a bit lost with this

sorry about my poor english
Edited by HMBR - 9/9/09 at 11:45pm
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Hey guys, I have a new problem.

I'm running at 3.3ghz and change with a 266FSB and the vcore is at 1.25 I believe. Everything has turned out stable. I've been using my computer for weeks without issue.

Sometimes the computer won't boot though. Sometimes it boots up and sometimes it turns off and I have to hit the power switch in the back and start over.

What causes this? Should I bump the vcore a bit?
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TFB
Hey guys, I have a new problem.

I'm running at 3.3ghz and change with a 266FSB and the vcore is at 1.25 I believe. Everything has turned out stable. I've been using my computer for weeks without issue.

Sometimes the computer won't boot though. Sometimes it boots up and sometimes it turns off and I have to hit the power switch in the back and start over.

What causes this? Should I bump the vcore a bit?
If i remmember correctly some Gigabyte boards had that problem, and its related to enabling/disabling Legacy USB devices in BIOS... try that. I think disabling the legacy usb support will get it done.

Also try updating your BIOS to the latest version, i think F9 is the latest (at least is for my UD3P)

You can also check if you CPU is stable by running small FFT's test in Prime95 and if it BSOD's or freezes you need more vCore, run blend thest if you suspect your ram is unstable, and large FFT's if you suspect the FSB is unstable. After running all three (small FFT, large FFT, blend) tests for at least 3h+ you can definately consider your system stable. Running each of these tests separately can isolate the problem regarding instability...

I personally think 1.25-1.30V is enough for 3.3ghz, and you're probably running all the other voltages at auto/defaults - thats probably OK for 3.3ghz. Try the USB thingy and see what happens!
    
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post #3814 of 4653
Okay. I'll look for USB Legacy but honestly, I don't remember seeing that in all my adventures to BIOSland. It could be nestled away in a corner somewhere.

I'm also running F4 bios. Let me go check out gigabyte's site and see what the newest is.

Thanks for your help.
    
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Just got mine though 2hrs test small FTTS, running at 3.75GHz @ 1.37v (1.368v idle - 1.344v load) The heat hit maximum 52°C. I'll post pics soon.

Anyone got suggestion what I might need to bump the vcore to, to stabilize 4GHz?
Edited by daanielin - 9/12/09 at 6:53am
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post #3816 of 4653
I spent a lot of time reading through this thread to help me decide on the best OC for my setup. So I thought I might as well chime in with what I'm running my e5200 @ stable for 24/7. 11.5 x 333 for 3.83GHz. Ram is some OCZ DDR2 800 running at default speeds. Super PI 1M 14.875.

I might try and see if I can bring down the vCore a tad, it would only run OCTT for a few hours on 1.4v (in the BIOS) so I bumped it up to 1.45v to start and have been slowly moving it down, this screen shot is from 1.437 (or something close to that). At load with vdroop it ends up at 1.38. I figure it'll probably settle in around 1.425 or so in the BIOS and 1.36 at load.

Max temp was 65c on air cooling. Heat sink I'm using is a Reeven RCCT-0901SP.

I'm pretty happy to be able to run at this for a $70 chip. It helps with the PCSX2 emulation quite a bit. I could only get 2.66Ghz stable out of the e2160 that this replaced.


Edited by Ssseth - 9/12/09 at 11:58am
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post #3817 of 4653
my overclock isnt huge, but im happy, comp is running much faster, and allowed me to play GTA 4 pretty smoothly on high settings.

i just raised the fsb to 247. havent tried to play around with voltage cause im new to this and dont wana melt my comp.

motherboard is gigabyte G31m-ES2L
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post #3818 of 4653
I will be trying to overclock this chip on my Ep45-Ud3p just for benchies. I am aiming for 4Ghz+ my chip as i have seen was stable in my Gigabyte G31 Mobo at 3.33Ghz at just 1.25 V. What do you guy's Suggest can this chip go above 4Ghz's????
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Salman8506 View Post
I will be trying to overclock this chip on my Ep45-Ud3p just for benchies. I am aiming for 4Ghz+ my chip as i have seen was stable in my Gigabyte G31 Mobo at 3.33Ghz at just 1.25 V. What do you guy's Suggest can this chip go above 4Ghz's????
I think yours might have some trouble reaching 4GHz, but I can see 3.75GHz for you. Most of these can get 3.25-3.5GHz with 1.2V. Mine achieved 3.25GHz with 1.2V, but for 3.75GHz I'm using 1.3625V in CPU-Z with LLC on (removes vDroop on Asus boards). I'm thinking you would need around 1.4V for 4GHz.
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=720611

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