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post #781 of 4653
When did u got the E5200??I see that this new versions of E5200 overclock better.
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December 30th In tha old 2008




EDIT: just dig this out... E5200 Datasheet from intel...


I have A2.. guess that means December 2008
Edited by miloshs - 1/3/09 at 10:09am
    
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Hey guys,
Just thought I'd jump in here...Pretty new to the forum but I've been lurking for a while now trying to learn a few things.
I picked up a Gigabyte EP35-DS4 and a BFG 8600GTS from a couple of members on here and finally finished my build a few days ago (specs are below in sig). I'm new to OC'ing so if you can offer any insight, it would be greatly appreciated!

Right now I am just working on finding the max speed this E5200 has. I set the vcore to 1.36 and started bumping the FSB up in small increments with the multi still set @ 12.5 and the ram @ stock settings to see what I can get under Intel's recommended voltage limit.

Currently, I'm running OCCT on it @ 3.687Ghz (295 x 12.5), temps are around 52c in OCCT and 47c in realtemp. Once I find the max OC, I'll drop the multi down and find the max FSB for the mobo/cpu combo. I didn't mess around with it too much, but last night I got it to post with 340 FSB but it wouldn't @ 350, so I assume this is my limit? That was with the multi set @ 6 and the NB and FSB voltages bumped up to a few notches under max.

I'm curious to know what I should have my ram setting at? I have 2x2gig of Corsair DDR2-800. I left them on auto in the bios and it has them @ 5-5-5-17 and the stock voltage on this board is 1.8? I believe the specs on the ram is cas 5, timings 5-5-5-18, and voltage 1.9...so should I make these my settings in bios?

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highest stable overclock

3.53 voltage 1.31 (in bios) on a p43!
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@djhunt

I always like to shoot at the top from the start... i like to lower my ram speed to its lowest setting, bump the Vcore to 1.45V (max Vcore recommended for 24/7) and then OC the crap out of FSB... until it cant post anymore. That might require some Clear CMOS-ing but hey...

Lowering multi on E5200 is not really necessary... System runs better with higer multi, and you cant really run at 4.0GHz+ 24/7 since it needs a lot of voltage. Most of the E5200's have a FSB wall at ~350MHz

P.S. if you lower your ram speed to lowest setting (running it 1:1 will give you 320mhz whn your FSB is 320mhz) you will avoid any problems that your ram might be giving you...

And maybe slightly increase FSB termination voltage to 1.20V or 1.25V (default is 1.1V for 45nm CPU's)
    
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Thanks for the pointers....I'll probably up the vcore a bit more (currently @ 1.39) to see if it can break 4.0, it's on OCCT right now @ 3.75. What's a safe temp for this thing? It hasn't gone past 56c under load and idles around 33-34.

It seems to be pretty happy @ 3.5Ghz with relatively low vcore, once it passes that point it wants alot more power. Perhaps I'll run my 24/7 somewhere in that range?
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Exactly.... I'm at 3.81Ghz stable at 1.43V (after Vdrop) and im not really happy... altho i know it can run stable at that speed i think i will also lower my 24/7 to fastest speed in under 1.40V...

And to tell you the truth, sensors on my E5200 are bugged from the start and they show ~72oC while testing with linpack, and yet the heatsink is not nearly as hot as my old Phenom X4 9950 @ 3.0Ghz - and thats a 140W version!!! Seriously Phenom X4 at 55oC was like 3x hotter than E5200 at 72oC ... if i could just find an infrared temp sensor to check it out.

I think 3.75Ghz @ 1.38-1.39V is just fine to run 24/7, i think ill do just that!
    
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I think 3.75Ghz @ 1.38-1.39V is just fine to run 24/7, i think ill do just that!
Cool, I'm 1 hour into OCCT right now and will probably let it run another hour or so. Running 3.75Ghz (300 x 12.5)

I've got a vcore of 1.4 set in bios, which the vdroop on this DS4 seems rediculously low ~0.006 idle and ~0.015 under load therefore it's running around 1.392. If it passes this OCCT run, I'll let it run for several hours of Prime95 just to be sure.
Edited by djhunt - 1/4/09 at 2:34pm
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I haven't run mine yet, but 10-12h Orthos stress stability is a must if you want to run 24/7...
    
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Just passed 2 hours of OCCT...temps never got above 58c

On to Orthos or Prime95...does it really matter which one?
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