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Whilst I agree with the sentiment that cache is no where near as important as most would have you believe, that statement only stretches so far. 512KB is just a bit too much of a compromise but when an E5200 can be had for very little more, has 4 times the cache and is a 45nm CPU (putting it around 65nm Conroes clock for clock), well the choice is obvious. Especially since 3.6ghz is hardly hard to achieve with one.
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Hey would anyone have the differences in Benchmark form of a E2200 vs. E1200? I would like to know because Now i am seriously thinking I might opt for the 1200 and invest in another game or a second 250gb HDD.
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Hey would anyone have the differences in Benchmark form of a E2200 vs. E1200? I would like to know because Now i am seriously thinking I might opt for the 1200 and invest in another game or a second 250gb HDD.
Considering an E5200 is only $3 more than a E2200 on Newegg, you'd really have to be crazy to choose anything else with a budget build. Its a good 10% better clock for clock, will clock further and use a lot less energy.
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FSB holes. Those 680i's kind of had a reputation for having them.

Are your voltages set on auto?
had the volts set on 1.5 (with droop it was 1.45)
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post #65 of 71
I've got an E1200 in my backup rig, great chip.

The mobo in my backup rig doesn't support voltage changes though, so I can only overclock at stock voltages. Still got it to 2.2Ghz though! (600Mhz increase over stock)
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had the volts set on 1.5 (with droop it was 1.45)
Leave the voltages on auto first, and then see where it gets you.

Hang on, I think I just gave someone else this same advice this morning. I'll be back with a quote.

EDIT: Here it is. He has an E2140, and his FSB is set at 375 with a multi of 8x. I had already told him to keep the voltages on auto, and he was successfully able to boot up at 2.99. Since it worked for him there, I told him this.

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Lol, thanks for the compliment, but I wouldn't go so far as to call myself a "legend".

What you can do now is run Prime95 for 6-12 hours to test stability. Once you've got it there, if you're so inclined, you can start messing with the voltages.

See what voltage it's running on for that speed, and set it to that voltage manually. Once you boot it up again, check stability. If it passes, then notch the voltage down just one. Reboot, check stability.

Keep doing that one by one. Once you get to the lowest voltage that is not stable, just back it up one more, and you should be at the lowest voltage your MB & CPU will run together at that speed. The end result is lower temps, because you're not pushing more voltage than your chip needs.

Auto voltage automatically applies a little additional voltage to your chip to be safe, but by doing what I just described, it could hopefully save you a good 5 degrees or more.

Edited by hiiyah777 - 12/16/08 at 9:25am
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Considering an E5200 is only $3 more than a E2200 on Newegg, you'd really have to be crazy to choose anything else with a budget build. Its a good 10% better clock for clock, will clock further and use a lot less energy.
ECS Board does not support Wolfdales, I took SLI over Wolfdales.
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I ordered mine, hoping for the same results! Will post my screenies here, probably 5-6 days
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post #69 of 71
would the e1200 work in this thing: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16856101069 ?
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post #70 of 71
Its LGA775 so yes it will work.
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