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I noticed that very fast. I could just up the voltage just a tad and it work. Had to go up a bit before everything settled. I ended up buying the watercooling kit. So after I test it all out and make sure it doesn't leak everywhere, I will be throwing it under water. .

Will 1.45V to get to 4Ghz be instant death? Or should I just stay at 3.8Ghz?
no it won't, 1.45v is the max recommended voltage for any 45nm CPU including wolfdales E5300, E8500..etc but going well over it will damage your CPU faster so with 1.45v your CPU won't last the normal 10 or 12 years, but it will last a long time
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post #1182 of 1688
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Hi Omari, just finish to install the Cooler Master Gemini II s, its, great, but I can't reach 4Ghz stable, I have this:
12 x 333 = 4,00Ghz. with 1,3562v. (not satble)
11,5 x 333 = 3,83Ghz. 1,3562. (not stable)
maybe gonna need more voltage, now im running 11 x 340 = 3,74Ghz. with 1,3562 (bios)
CPU-Z showme 1,328v and everest 1,33v.
Like always the ****** temps under 45º (100% load Realtemp + Prime 95) this is stable but im wondering if i can get some more Mhz.
i needed

1.40v bios
1.36v windows
1.33v stress test and thats just for 3.66Ghz (11 x 333) stable

then

1.49v bios
1.45v windows
1.43v stress test and thats for 3.84Ghz (11.5 x 333) stable

so...4Ghz is not possible with my CPU since i have to go over 1.45v and this will damage the CPU very fast,

better luck with you mate
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Hello there i new to overcloking and i want to ask if what i did is good .I am aiming for 3,5 ghz and i have the stock cooler i used the setup from the first page 10,5x333 everything good but the memory frequency changed from default 800 to 889 the same happened whith 270x13 from 800-720 from what i understanded its good to keep the frequency close to the default frequency.So i used this 11,5 x305 3,5 ghz 800-813 i test this with prime95 small fft test and my temps are according to real temp between 65-67 and cpuid hardware monitor 64c and the voltage is according to cpu-z core voltage 1,232-1248 and cpuid hardware 1,23 v.I kept all my voltage setting in bios set to manual so my question is are this temperatures and voltage good?
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everything good but the memory frequency changed from default 800 to 889 the same happened whith 270x13 from 800-720
welcome mate

this should not happen, try upgrading the MB bios and/or don't leave any overclocking option on AUTO, set all to MANUAL values

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from what i understanded its good to keep the frequency close to the default frequency.
its true but only if you are overclocking (because increasing the FSB speed will also increase the DRAM speed), but once your overclock is table you can increase or decrease the memory timings, speed and voltage as you best see fit
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my question is are this temperatures and voltage good?
yes they are
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post #1185 of 1688
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no it won't, 1.45v is the max recommended voltage for any 45nm CPU including wolfdales E5300, E8500..etc but going well over it will damage your CPU faster so with 1.45v your CPU won't last the normal 10 or 12 years, but it will last a long time
Ah. Okay. I was getting scared even keeping it at 3.8Ghz @ 1.36V.
Looks like I have a little more to go. But I hope I can hit 4Ghz....
Water cooling won't be here till like Monday or Tuesday. So I can't try till then.
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Hi,

Great to be here on this great forum.

Foxconn P41A-G motherboard with Intel G41 Chipset.

http://www.foxconnchannel.com/produc...d=en-us0000482

Intel E5300 @ 2.6 Ghz (13X locked multiplier x 200 fsb)

AData 2 X 2GB DDR2 800 (passed Memtest 86)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-188-_-Product

AMI BIOS
settings are illustrated in the MB Manual:

http://www.foxconnsupport.com/downlo...board%20Manual

Is the CPU clock being locked by something?

Thanks,

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Hi,

Great to be here on this great forum.

Foxconn P41A-G motherboard with Intel G41 Chipset.

http://www.foxconnchannel.com/produc...d=en-us0000482

Intel E5300 @ 2.6 Ghz (13X locked multiplier x 200 fsb)

AData 2 X 2GB DDR2 800 (passed Memtest 86)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-188-_-Product

AMI BIOS
settings are illustrated in the MB Manual:

http://www.foxconnsupport.com/downlo...board%20Manual

Is the CPU clock being locked by something?

Thanks,

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Does the board support overclocking? I don't think it does...
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Does the board support overclocking? I don't think it does...
Actually it does! I ran one up to 3.0 just to see if the board would do it without complaining, did just fine. It had to be taken back to 2.6, ad delivered before I could experiment more.

They even have a cool OC software package, name escapes me right now, (too many months), but it is useful for determining what works, later to be set in BIOS.

I'm going to build one more in another in a week or so to use up the last of the parts brought in for a run, and may have more news. Meanwhile let me know how your mobo USB pinouts work to any front panel use. I had two boards fail to run these two ports. Not a big deal, but...

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Actually it does! I ran one up to 3.0 just to see if the board would do it without complaining, did just fine. It had to be taken back to 2.6, ad delivered before I could experiment more.

They even have a cool OC software package, name escapes me right now, (too many months), but it is useful for determining what works, later to be set in BIOS.

I'm going to build one more in another in a week or so to use up the last of the parts brought in for a run, and may have more news. Meanwhile let me know how your mobo USB pinouts work to any front panel use. I had two boards fail to run these two ports. Not a big deal, but...

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Oh really? I downloaded the manual and didn't see any OC related stuff. I don't see why his card won't OC though.
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Does the board support overclocking? I don't think it does...
It has settings to change the FSB and the voltage, but the CPU clock doesn't increase. It stays at 2.6 Ghz no matter what I set the FSB to.
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