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Originally Posted by lizardtastegood;12157099 
so i switched from a asus p5n-d mother board to a tpower i45 because it is a supposedly better motherboard for overclocking but after the switch i can only get my overclock to 3.3ghz whereas before i could get it to 4.06. any suggestions?

any gigabyte EP41, 43 or 45 is good enough to max out the OC potential of the E5300
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any gigabyte EP41, 43 or 45 is good enough to max out the OC potential of the E5300
This.

Or even something like my board. EP35
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Bump, dead thread?
No Omari,

Just dormant for a while again. I always keep an eye here; you helped me "cut my teeth", re: OCing. (I am not sure but, -that may be an "Americanism" other folks are unfamiliar with.)

You could always morph the club into a E-5300/Socket 775 Overclockers Club! Keeps it tied to the original CPU of the club and motherboard designs and solutions.

That way, I'd still be in it, with my Q8400.

I'm still trying to find a NIB, faster-bussed board. 3310 MHz is the max I can get with an MSI 7519, the CPU will not go over a multiplier of 8, and the bus will only go a tiny bit, 415MHz, over the rated 400.

I am sure I've read of some mfgr. making one that will at least "unofficially" go to 500 or 550 MHz; either that or they unlock the multiplier above 8. Rumors are out there of Q8400s at 3800MHz and above.

On the plus side it barely goes over room temps. All four cores are in low 40C range folding at max.

Bruce Hinton
Edited by Agencyman - 1/30/11 at 10:07am
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Hey guys, been looking at your settings for a few days now. It helped alot ! thx!

My e5300 2,6 ghz are now at 4 ghz

These are ny settings in bios:

Multiplier: 12
Fsb: 333 Mhz
Cpu voltage: +100 mv

during full load of cpu temp reach ~35 degrees celcius
and uses 1,376 v

Any feedback would be apreciated !
Like does it sound healty and so on, or do i need to worry about anything ?

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35C under full load? I highly doubt that unless you're under water and using a slush box.
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I might be wrong, i use furmark bench . and checking the temp in cpu-z. Ive got a REALLY good fan for my cpu. EVERCOOL Transformer 4 Heat Pipe CPU cooler
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I might be wrong, i use furmark bench . and checking the temp in cpu-z. Ive got a REALLY good fan for my cpu. EVERCOOL Transformer 4 Heat Pipe CPU cooler
Fill in your system hardware here.

Use a program like Intel Burn Test or Prime95 to put your CPU under load & to also check for stability.

& use Core Temp for temperatures.
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Installed prime 95 running it right now,

Core temp
Core #1 56 degrees, 100 % load
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Let it run for a while to check for stability.
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