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Well the arctic silver don't exsist yet. What should I put my cpu pll voltage too

You don't need to touch pll, unless you need to. The E5200 is running on an 200mhz base frequency, so it will be a while before you need to touch that.
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Even Dell's
im using a 10 year old monitor i think youll be fine


dont scare the guy...
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post #33 of 50
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In fact, the general rule for overclocking is: If you don't need it, turn it off. If it exists, set it manually, not on auto.

The general rule in overclocking is that you disable items which may create instabilities. That is why you have to disable spread spectrum which, when enabled, vary frequencies in order to not disrupt rf frequencies.
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post #34 of 50
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Except for Spread Spectrum, there is no reason to disable Speedstep and C1E. I have my E5200 at 4ghz with both, C1E and EIST enabled.
I got this information back in April here on OCN in some overclocking guide and from other OCN members. So that's why I recommend it.
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ouch, I can't keep up typing on this iPhone. Twocables knows everything anyway ^_^ talk to u all later and good luck with the OC.
lol I wish I did. To be honest with you guys, I feel like I'm only good enough to get the ball rolling so that a real professional can soon take over and provide better help than I can - especially with these newer motherboards.
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you wont burn out the monitor... Monitors are designed to last like 20+ years...
My CRT began showing signs of aging after 7 years. So then I Googled it and I found out that CRTs generally last 7-10 years at the most. Some last a tiny bit longer - especially depending on the use. Well, this is what I read anyway. Who's to say it's true?

And then I could've sworn that LCD's don't last as long as CRT's. I hope that's not true because I kinda love my LCD now.
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Well the arctic silver don't exsist yet. What should I put my cpu pll voltage too
I don't know. I hope somebody comes along who does!
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Originally Posted by xxicrimsonixx View Post
Arctic Silver 5 is a TIM aka thermal paste... Yes it does exist, search it on newegg or tigerdirect, and you will find it...

Remember Arctic Silver 5
He meant that he doesn't have it yet.
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I got this information back in April here on OCN in some overclocking guide and from other OCN members. So that's why I recommend it.

The main reason to diisable speedstep and c1e is that when your computer is idle and you want to do a screendump of, for example, cpuz, you will see the clock speed at load instead of seeing the clockspeed at idle 6xbase_freq.
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Arctic Silver 5 is a TIM aka thermal paste... Yes it does exist, search it on newegg or tigerdirect, and you will find it...

Remember Arctic Silver 5
No meaning i don't have it yet
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The main reason to diisable speedstep and c1e is that when your computer is idle and you want to do a screendump of, for example, cpuz, you will see the clock speed at load instead of seeing the clockspeed at idle 6xbase_freq.
Well, regardless, I stand behind the 3 as BIOS settings to disable for overclocking, especially Intel SpeedStep, or "EIST".
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post #39 of 50
You can stay behind if you want to, but this is a useless tip.

Anyway, I'm off this thread, I'll let you keep helping, you were on a good start.
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post #40 of 50
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Well, regardless, I stand behind the 3 as BIOS settings to disable for overclocking, especially Intel SpeedStep, or "EIST".
Yeah I am gonna turn it off as soon as I find out how. Thanks for the tip it really helps. I also heard to turn it off too
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