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you are welcome but you did not input the settings correctly

i said 333x10.5 and you put 280x12.5

Now why 333Mhz?

because the higher you get your FSB the faster your CPU will be once you have 4GB running in dual channel

so 333x10.5 =3500 is faster than 280x12.5=3500 and IF you can 350x10 = 3500 will be able to take full advantage of 4Gb PC2-6400 DDR2 800 running in dual channel mode because my current 333x10.5 E5300 can only use 10GB/s from the 12GB/s that my 4GB DC is providing
ty again, when i inputted the settings i was very careful with the voltages and the numbers. when the multiplier was 10.5, the GHz reached more than 4GHz that's why i made it 280...neglecting to recheck the settings hehe

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Omari,
i think your idea work just fine, but wont that be a "risk" over my CPU? I am really afraid of blowing up everything, my friend, SpiLoT overclocked it to 3.10 GHz, and the CPU was almost on fire, what would happen if it was 3.5 GHz?? :S
    
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Omari,
i think your idea work just fine, but wont that be a "risk" over my CPU? I am really afraid of blowing up everything, my friend, SpiLoT overclocked it to 3.10 GHz, and the CPU was almost on fire, what would happen if it was 3.5 GHz?? :S
o.o.

the pc auto shutdown when it reaches 85c. over 75+c then you will need some cooling stuff. i have 40~43c without gaming, and 55-58c with gaming. that ain't too hot, i think its normal...
    
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Posting ,

Will have a E5300 soon and going to use it with a MSI P45 Neo FR-2 / 2GB Kingston 800Mhz
     
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Omari,
i think your idea work just fine, but wont that be a "risk" over my CPU? I am really afraid of blowing up everything, my friend, SpiLoT overclocked it to 3.10 GHz, and the CPU was almost on fire, what would happen if it was 3.5 GHz?? :S
there is only one way to fry your CPU...

Feed it crazy voltage...like apply a 2v or 2.5v and you will have a nice crisp CPU in no time

other than that you should know the following about the E5300

normal operating voltage: 0.92v-1.362v (No effect on CPU life span )
Maximum recommended voltage is 1.45v (considerable effect on CPU life Span)

more than 1.45v and...well...you get the idea......NEXT

CPU thermal spec = 74.1C
CPU temp = core temp - 10c (average)
Tj max = 100C (this is the most important variable to watch) if your core reaches it then your CPU will Shutdown at which point the damage may or may not have been done to it)

So a CPU is easy to fry with over-voltage and very hard to fry with very high temps

A very important rule when overclocking, is to never leave the important settings in the bios like vcore, MCH v, CPU Termination v or MCH Memory divider on AUTO...why?...because most motherboards tend to feed the CPU/NB/SB much more voltage than needed and this will either fry your RAM or your CPU...or both

So there you go...follow these steps and there is nothing hard about overclocking an E5300 to at least 3.6Ghz on stock cooling, but after that, a good after market HSF is recommended to reach the magical 4GHz+
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Posting ,

Will have a E5300 soon and going to use it with a MSI P45 Neo FR-2 / 2GB Kingston 800Mhz
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Dam, every post of yours about rams makes me more excited about buying 'em!
yeah i never expected 4GB of RAM to have such an impact but its amazing how can 35USD give you around 25% more performance, i also advice you once you install the second 2GB stick and run both sticks in Dual channel mode, to upgrade your windows 7 to 64bit because your CPU is 64Bit and you can utilize the full 4GB of ram as opposed to the 32bit version of win 7 which allows you access to only 3.25GB
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Dam, every post of yours about rams makes me more excited about buying 'em!
I also need to know what type/brand name ram you are using and what its default Voltage and speed
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***** you cheer me up...
    
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I also need to know what type/brand name ram you are using and what its default Voltage and speed
My RAMs aren't good I suppose, cuz when I bought the rig, all I cared was for the gpu xD... I won't have the trouble buyin' 2gb 2gb sticks... but yeah, do these work?


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