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Wopwop, pretty nice! :O
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CPU: E5200 R0
RAM: 2gb G.Skill DDR2 800 4-4-4-12
MOBO: Gigabyte P35C-DS3R
HSF: Arctic Freezer 7

I was able to hit 3.4 ghz on stock voltage and now, I am pushing 3.8ghz at ~1.406v seeing ~60-65*C at full load. CPU-Z shows about 1.34v-1.37v after vdroop. Initially with the 12.5 multiplier and 304 FSB, it would crash but with a 12.0 multiplier and 316 FSB, I can get 3.8ghz to run stable. Ram is at a 1:1 ratio at the moment. I am trying to reach 3.9ghz right now but after upping the vcore slightly and messing around with different multipliers, I am still unable to get it stable.

I am looking for some tips in order to possibly extract more speed. I see a few more settings in the BIOS I have not messed with yet such as the FSB Overvoltage and G MCH. Will those help in stability? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
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You needs some more volts if you want to go higher.
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You needs some more volts if you want to go higher.
Thanks for the response. Yes, I understand that but was wondering if tweaking the other settings may help me achieve a higher clock. This is a 24/7 system and I hear 1.4v should be the limit for that. Since CPU-Z is only seeing about 1.34v at full load (even though the BIOS is set at 1.406v), is it safe to assume I can keep adding voltage until CPU-Z sees at most 1.4v at full load?
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Thanks for the response. Yes, I understand that but was wondering if tweaking the other settings may help me achieve a higher clock. This is a 24/7 system and I hear 1.4v should be the limit for that. Since CPU-Z is only seeing about 1.34v at full load (even though the BIOS is set at 1.406v), is it safe to assume I can keep adding voltage until CPU-Z sees at most 1.4v at full load?
I just keep adding voltage until it does what I want

But really, I run 1.45v (read in cpuz) 24/7
    
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I just keep adding voltage until it does what I want

But really, I run 1.45v (read in cpuz) 24/7
I also run my CPU at 1.45V (after vdroop) 24/7 and no problems so far and it is set to 1.5v in bios.
post #3997 of 4653
Yeah, running 1.45v is ok. Better don't go higher though, or at least not for a 24/7 OC. Also, do you need higher than 3.8? If not, you might just want to save this setting.

And lowering the multiplier and upping the FSB so you're still at 3.8Ghz gives more bandwidth than bigger multi and lower FSB.
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Yeah, running 1.45v is ok. Better don't go higher though, or at least not for a 24/7 OC. Also, do you need higher than 3.8? If not, you might just want to save this setting.

And lowering the multiplier and upping the FSB so you're still at 3.8Ghz gives more bandwidth than bigger multi and lower FSB.
I don't need higher than 3.8 but it is my goal to try and hit 4.0. For $45, I'm definitely not going to complain. For some reason, I am at 44*C at idle, so I think I will re-seat the heat sink.

So I'm not sure what you are saying. So the higher the FSB the better or the higher the multiplier the better?

Thanks again everyone for your inputs.
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Higher FSB even with same frequency will give better performance overall
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I'm having some what of the same problem it won't boot after 3.81ghz but i can POST @ 4.04ghz followed by a BSOD (1.475vcore)

Around ~4X*c

any one hit 4.00Ghz with a P5QL PRO mobo?
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