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post #901 of 4653
^Exactly my point...
    
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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?
i've been running my SB at 1.7 for months, bios says 1.5 min, 1.7 max ? haven't got any problems. gtl reference volts is something to do with reducing the "background noise" when processing afaik, i dont really know what they are, just that you need to increase them.

i've got my quad running in it at 440fsb atm, so the bottlneck isn't there.. thats all i was saying.

i haven't touched my pll volts at all. nb is at 1.4 for 440fsb.
    
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i've been running my SB at 1.7 for months, bios says 1.5 min, 1.7 max ? haven't got any problems. gtl reference volts is something to do with reducing the "background noise" when processing afaik, i dont really know what they are, just that you need to increase them.

i've got my quad running in it at 440fsb atm, so the bottlneck isn't there.. thats all i was saying.

i haven't touched my pll volts at all. nb is at 1.4 for 440fsb.
Sometimes lowering the gtl's helps more than raising them it all depends on your board. My DFI P35 liked low gtl's.

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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.
Yeah, x38 is a pretty good board and it does quite well with my E8400 although not as good as the p35 did.
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Hard to explain, GTL is.

Here is an informing thread I found on a google one day.
http://www.thetechrepository.com/arc...php?t-253.html
    
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Hard to explain, GTL is.

Here is an informing thread I found on a google one day.
http://www.thetechrepository.com/arc...php?t-253.html
Yes, that's a great guide there are a couple others; I'll see if I can dig them up as well .
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I got a completely different E5200 and am using a DFI dk p35 t2rs instead of the ga-p35-ds3l that I first posted a cpuz validation of 4.0ghz with on here which wasn't by any means stable but enough to get a validation.

I got this chip open box $50 and the DFI for $77 so a pretty good budget setup. I've gotten this chip to 3.5ghz 2hours Occt stable probably can do 3.6 - 3.7 staying under 1.4vcore. I'm currently at 1.36vcore. Going to attempt some suicide runs in the next couple of weeks to see what she can do .


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That's a good start.

Is 3.5 the highest stable overclock at 1.36volt, or you just set it there and ran occct?
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That's a good start.

Is 3.5 the highest stable overclock at 1.36volt, or you just set it there and ran occct?
It's the highest stable at that voltage with an 11x multi I adjusted everything incrementally (how you are suppose to overclock lol). I plan on cranking it a bit higher. The chip I had before that I gave my brother in-law can do this at about 1.32vcore.
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Quick Question. I'm running core temp, with Tj. Max set to 100C (also did it with realtemp), and my temp never dropped before 39C. I've heard that it can get stuck, so I didn't worry about it too much.

When I'm under load though (with AC Freezer 7 Pro), the temp jumps up to 43C. This is stock, no OC. Any reason why this is so high for the Freezer 7 Pro? I made sure I used very little Thermal Paste (AS5). Ideas, thoughts?

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I wouldn't worry about that... they run hot at stock, but they dont heat up that easy when OC'd... 39oC at idle is probably due to lack of airflow within the case itself...

I have 5x 120mm fans, and i still idle at 36-37oC... at stock, and at 3.6GHz...


So id say your perfectly safe...
    
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