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post #1621 of 1688
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Originally Posted by xkpx View Post

Hello all please help me to select stable overclock tick for my configuration without burn it.
Power supply : Xigmatek NRP-VC403 400W
Motherboard: ASRock G31M-VS
CPU Intel Pentium E5300 ( Wolfdale 2-MB ) , pic2 , pic3
RAM: Kingston 2x 2GB ( DDR2-800 DDR2 SDRAM ) , pic2
@ 400 MHz [ 6-6-6-18 ]
@ 333 MHz [ 5-5-5-15 ]
@ 266 MHz [ 4-4-4-12 ]
Please give me some nice settings for BIOS becouse i lost original and i got set everything to Auto, i can configure almost everything without the VCore Voltage.

What's your target, and how hot are you willing to go to get there?
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Originally Posted by Ryssak View Post

Hi guys,
I currently have my E5300 overclocked to 3.1Ghz with stock cooler on GA-G31M-ES2L iG31, and I haven't changed voltages. I want to push it to 4Ghz or above, is it possible? I have ordered a Arctic Cooler Pro 7 V2 CPU cooler, what would be the recommended overclock for me with my motherboard?
Ryssak
Under a freezer 7 pro rev 2? definitely, ive done it myself. You WILL need to increase vcore though, and dont expect to make it much further than 4ghz without some extreme cooling, as i think the FSB circuitry is either crippled deliberately or simply not up to snuff for a high overclock. Ive tried to go higher on my own E5300 on a much better board than yours and i could not cross 360mhz FSB at all, and 350 was as fast as i could get it and remain somewhat stable.
post #1622 of 1688
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Originally Posted by Cyrious View Post

What's your target, and how hot are you willing to go to get there?
Under a freezer 7 pro rev 2? definitely, ive done it myself. You WILL need to increase vcore though, and dont expect to make it much further than 4ghz without some extreme cooling, as i think the FSB circuitry is either crippled deliberately or simply not up to snuff for a high overclock. Ive tried to go higher on my own E5300 on a much better board than yours and i could not cross 360mhz FSB at all, and 350 was as fast as i could get it and remain somewhat stable.

I will be more than happy to get to 4Ghz as long as it stays stable. What shall I increase the vcore to? I'm quite new to overclocking, I just followed someones overclock on other forums to overclock it to 3.1Ghz. So you recommend 350x12=4.2Ghz?

Yep I should be getting my Freezer 7 pro rev 2 in a few days.

Oh and by the way my PSU is CIT 550w Gold.
Edited by Ryssak - 11/5/12 at 12:49pm
post #1623 of 1688
I don't get it, guys I need help. I just installed my new cpu cooler Arctic Cooler 7 pro rev2. Tried to overclock my cpu to 3.6ghz, 3.8Ghz, 3.7Ghz (I increased the voltage in BIOS to 1.36v and every time I press save and quit in bios I get beep beep sound it reboots and starts with default settings (2.6GHZ) Whats going on? I'm new to overclocking btw.
post #1624 of 1688
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Originally Posted by Ryssak View Post

I don't get it, guys I need help. I just installed my new cpu cooler Arctic Cooler 7 pro rev2. Tried to overclock my cpu to 3.6ghz, 3.8Ghz, 3.7Ghz (I increased the voltage in BIOS to 1.36v and every time I press save and quit in bios I get beep beep sound it reboots and starts with default settings (2.6GHZ) Whats going on? I'm new to overclocking btw.
list ALL of your settings. E5300s, especially on G41 motherboards can be finicky things. And dont be afraid to hurl some volts at these things. And it all depends on how lucky you are. My first E5300 couldnt even do 4ghz except at exceedingly high volts (1.55v+, which is definitely in the OMG WHY territory). My second E5300, which is sitting on my desk right now, could fly along at 3.6ghz on stock volts and 4ghz at 1.39v, at least until i cooked it while doing some extreme benchmarking under inadequate cooling. Even after that searing run (95-98C, got the screenshot floating around here somewhere), it would happily run 4ghz at 1.43v.

Its all luck of the draw. You could have an incredibly crappy chip that wont go much further than 3.2-3.4ghz at 1.45V, or an unholy beast that would do 4ghz with a minimal voltage increase.
post #1625 of 1688
This is what I have now 3.1Ghz (overclocked without voltage change) and it works perfectly.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v600/Ryssak/IMAG0530.jpg

And this is what I want to overclock it to:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v600/Ryssak/IMAG0531.jpg
post #1626 of 1688
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Originally Posted by Ryssak View Post

This is what I have now 3.1Ghz (overclocked without voltage change) and it works perfectly.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v600/Ryssak/IMAG0530.jpg
And this is what I want to overclock it to:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v600/Ryssak/IMAG0531.jpg
First and foremost: lower the memory speed, and pump more volts into them (2-2.1v) to keep up with the higher speed. Unless you are running a quality kit of DDR2-1066, keep it below 1000mhz. You can do this by adjusting the system memory multiplier.

Increase FSB voltage to 1.35V. Better to have it and not need it, then need it and not have it, especially with these processors.

Lock PCI-E frequency to 100mhz

And lastly increase vcore to 1.36v

that should get you up to 3.6ghz.
post #1627 of 1688
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Originally Posted by Cyrious View Post

First and foremost: lower the memory speed, and pump more volts into them (2-2.1v) to keep up with the higher speed. Unless you are running a quality kit of DDR2-1066, keep it below 1000mhz. You can do this by adjusting the system memory multiplier.
Increase FSB voltage to 1.35V. Better to have it and not need it, then need it and not have it, especially with these processors.
Lock PCI-E frequency to 100mhz
And lastly increase vcore to 1.36v
that should get you up to 3.6ghz.

Thanks a lot, everything is working perfectly now.
post #1628 of 1688
Greetings all... I once posted a few months back of overclocking my E5300... It kinda gets hot here in the parts where we are and I was wondering if 63'C max load while playing a game like medal of honor warfigher is okay? Or should I lower my OC from 3.2GHz to 3GHz.

Thank you. Please reply quickly!
post #1629 of 1688
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Originally Posted by MoerasVark View Post

Greetings all... I once posted a few months back of overclocking my E5300... It kinda gets hot here in the parts where we are and I was wondering if 63'C max load while playing a game like medal of honor warfigher is okay? Or should I lower my OC from 3.2GHz to 3GHz.
Thank you. Please reply quickly!

63C is a bit hot for 3.2Ghz but it's still a very safe temperature for your CPU,

anyway, check your voltage setting in your BIOS it shouldn't be more than 1.30v and 1.26v after v-drop (windows)

if your voltage is where it should be and your still not happy about the temprature, replace your stock cooler with something cheap but effective
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post #1630 of 1688
Hey guys,

Great club! smile.gif

I'm just wondering, does anyone here have a motherboard that supports an E5300?

I may be getting one very cheap for a spare gaming computer, but I need a mobo.

If you're willling to sell, or give away, please PM me.

I'll cover the shipping costs.

Thanks!
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