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post #891 of 4653
Hi everyone. I just ordered some parts to build a PC from scratch for the first time and I'm excited about OCing with it. I found this thread because I am getting an E5200 and wanted to find out what kind of results other people were getting. I will let you know when I get everything together and start getting some numbers.
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Oh! I forgot to mention. I haven't seen anyone talk about using an X38 motherboard (admittedly I didn't read the entire thread). Has anyone else tried overclocking the E5200 on an X38? If so, what kind of results did you get?
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post #893 of 4653
The DFI Lanparty X38 is a pretty good motherboard and your E5200 should overclock pretty good on it.

Welcome aboard, we are awaiting your first results.
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post #894 of 4653
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Originally Posted by miloshs View Post

As Glussier says... i bet you can do 3.68GHz at 1.36V or so...
x2
right now I'm running 3.7Ghz @ 1.36v....1.375 in bios


@miloshs

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Just finished testing OCCT 2h at 3.5GHz@1.35V if you want you can add that to stable OC's list... i got a screenie but its after the test was finished, since i was not home while it ran... Hope i can get a bit lower volts at 3.5GHz tho...
You should be able to drop the volts a little more for 3.5Ghz...I passed IBT and 2 hr OCCT 3.5 @ 1.34v
Edited by djhunt - 1/5/09 at 9:25pm
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it's all the same, i'm thinking seriously to use it naked, without the ihs, i had lower temps with my old e2220 8x400 and it was 65nm... this cpu has a lot of potential but it get too hot :S
I killed a e2180 trying that. Never got a single post during and after. My Nirvana just wasn't putting enough pressure on it.

I have had good luck by replacing the TIM between the chip and IHS. Just use a very small portion of elmers glue around the edges when puting it back together. Also be very cafeful not to cut yourself or the chip when cutting the gasket off.

Temps don't really seem to be a problem for me. I'm not even going lap this thing.
    
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I managed a 350mhz bus speed (it shows as 349.99mhz in cpuz). To do this, I had to increase fsb termination voltage by .08 volt and Northbridge voltage by .10 volt.
Hmmm u see i tried that too, went all the way up to 1.45V for FSB Tv, and 1.30V for NB. Tried PLL to 1.6V... even SB to 1.3V... lower ram speed... and nothing i guess its just the board...

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a p5q can do over 500fsb man, it's not your mobo's quality.

try sb at 1.7, 1.3 for nb, chip at 1.3685, and turn on the setting in cpu options that improves vdroop directly. touched your gtl ref's or ram timings/volts ?
    
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a p5q can do over 500fsb man, it's not your mobo's quality.

try sb at 1.7, 1.3 for nb, chip at 1.3685, and turn on the setting in cpu options that improves vdroop directly. touched your gtl ref's or ram timings/volts ?
I just tried the E5200 on my Asus Rampage Extreme and it doesn't do any better. Still limited to 250 on a 12.5x multiplier and 366 on an non fractional multiplier. So, I guess I have attained the highest overclock my cpu can do, which is still pretty good, considering the price of these cpus.
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Originally Posted by vicious_fishes
a p5q can do over 500fsb man, it's not your mobo's quality.
I know the board itself can do over 500FSB... the whole time im talking about P5Q+E5200 in combination... Have you ever ran an E5200 at 500FSB on this board?

Nope i havent tried GTL settings.Dont really understand what those are for so i didnt want to mess with them just yet.Isn't 1.7V a little too much for SB that runs on 1.1V by default?
I havent touched ram timings but i did lower ram speed to as low as it can go... i thinks 347x2= 694Mhz

I ran NB at 1.3V (or dod you mean to run SB at 1.7V and NB at 1.3V together?) and SB at 1.3V... chip all the way to 1.63V BIOS (1.59V WinXP)... Would bringing CPU PLL to 1.7V have any effect, or is 1.7V too high for PLL?
    
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Increasing PLL 1 or 2 notches might help, but I fail to see in what it would help to increase southbridge voltage.

milosh, 1.7volt is way too much for the Southbridge.
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