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post #731 of 4653
Either get the HDT1283, OCZVendetta 2 or TRUE. Good reviews on these three, you can't go wrong. I'd get Vendetta soon.

Edit: Oh crap, my VID is 1.2500 @ core temp. So that explains it? Just plain luck? T_T
Edited by Lolcano - 12/30/08 at 8:53am
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Hello Everyone!

I joined this forums because of the great responses to this thread and I would like to know if I am the unluckiest person to get the 'most worstest e5200'. The most I could get was 3.59ghz @ a very high 1.45 vcore which I never tested for stability since I am currently on stock fan. I think I could go higher but I do not want to step out of the 1.5vcore line.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=467096

The most stable I can 24/7 is 3.1ghz @ 1.34 volts. I expected to get at least 3.33ghz @ Intel's recommended 1.362, guess Santa thought I was bad maybe.

Max FSB I got to was 340.
Already set memory to a very loose 6 6 6 15 timings and 1:1 Ratio.
Tried every multiplier, none makes any difference. I could boot 3.3ghz at 1.35ish but needs to get to over 1.42vc to be stable. Tried until 1.5v mch and 1.4vtt and 1.6v ich and of course defaults but in vain.

Any thoughts?
3.1Ghz is good for stock cooler. The stock cooler just can't handle the temps. You hit 340FSB so it's not the worst chip out there. I can't brake past 308. If you can bring your temps down you can prbly lower vcore. The hotter a component runs the more volts it will use.


As for picking a CPU cooler. I like my Nirvana. Temps have not been an issue for me. Even at 3.8Ghz with 1.44V, I only hit 62c in Orthos with 77F ambient. I do have very nice case ventilation, that helps too. The Nirvana handles heat a lot better with this e5200 then it did with my former e2180.
    
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The backplate for the Xig is recommended because the pushpin attachments it comes with are nowhere near as stable. Some people will say that the pushpins are fine and any more is unnecessary but I think the backplate provides better contact. Easier to install too
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If you can bring your temps down you can prbly lower vcore. The hotter a component runs the more volts it will use.
You just lifted my spirits up with that.

Anyways, lots of people already got past 3.5ghz on stock but my fingers are crossed.

Now, I'd like to have an S1283 but it wouldn't fit my case and I do not want to ruin weeks of airflow tweaking and replace it. Could anyone suggest a smaller cooler but near the performance of the XIG?
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Hey guys, just got my E5200 yesterday and working on building my computer. Just wondering if there is any way to tell the OC potential of my chip?

Intel '06 E5200
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2.50Ghz/ 2M/ 800/ 06
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Thanks
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You just lifted my spirits up with that.

Anyways, lots of people already got past 3.5ghz on stock but my fingers are crossed.

Now, I'd like to have an S1283 but it wouldn't fit my case and I do not want to ruin weeks of airflow tweaking and replace it. Could anyone suggest a smaller cooler but near the performance of the XIG?
Like other people have listed, I would recommend the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 if size is a problem for ya. It uses a 92mm fan instead of the S1283's 120mm. Performs very well. I guess it depends on how far you want to take the E5200 though...
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What vid does Coretemp say you have??

Which is better between Nirvana and Xigmatek HDT S1283???And Blankthis, why do you recommend me to get a backplate for the Xigmatek?I just want the cooler that comes with everything that it needs to be installed.
As everyone says you can never go wrong with either, just get the one that is available in your country and make sure to get you get good thermal paste. I suggest Arctic MX-2 cause thats what I use with my ZEROtherm NV120. If you look at my past post I was able to keep my temps around 47-51C on full load. That's at 3.79Ghz at 1.34V.
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post #738 of 4653
I'm surely getting the Nirvana
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I just got this chip for my wife's PC. I'm running it on a little ASUS G43 board. I'm going to try to OC a little when I get the time......but I'm on a stock HS so not very much.
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Is it alright if i change my current mobo MSI P43 with an Asrock P45XE???I'm getting the Asrock for free.
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