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Originally Posted by omari79 View Post
Yeah i know that there is an E5xxx club but very few E5300 discussion is on it (yeah i know...all E5xxx are basically the same CPU) but still... i decided to start this new club for E5300 owners only

please share your overclocking experience, settings and results with this CPU,

I will start with mine

E5300 VT
Cooling = stock Intel HSF
Speed = 3600Mhz
Multiplier = 12
FSB = 300Mhz
CPU v bios = 1.35
CPU v windows = 1.312
CPU v Prime95 = 1.287
CPU termination = 1.15
Ideal temp = 36C Max
Load temp = 65C Max
MCH core v = 1.2
DRAM speed = 900Mhz

i tried 3750mhz but i had to pump 1.38 bios v into the CPU and the temp reached 72C after 4 min of prime95 testing so i will need a good HSF to push further and reach my ultimate goal of 4Ghz
just did first OC quick like this setup .worked like charm .lazy do some test now .played some fear2 some hours max temp was 56


Edited by boyka - 1/21/10 at 8:41am
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just did first OC quick like this setup .worked like charm .lazy do some test now .played some fear2 some hours max temp was 56

nice 1Ghz overclock

though you should test your CPU's stability but not with F.E.A.R (not a challenge for the E5300..not even @ 2.6Ghz) you should test it with prime95 and leave the program on for 8-12 hours, its then that you can call you OC stable,

as a general rule

99% of E5300s are easily overclockable to 3.6-3.7GHz using stock cooling. its after 3.7 that it gets tough and this is when the CPU needs a decent HSF and some voltage tweaking to achieve 3.8-4Ghz+ depending on how good you CPU is and if it is an M0 or R0 stepping

nonetheless, you now have a CPU that is faster than the E8600 at stock speed and is 200 US dollars cheaper
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il leave the prime95 test when i go sleep will see how its going on ;p btw its F.E.A.R 2
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I don't think e5300 o/c's better than e5200 because intel have got their binning procedures better. See - http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ng-thread.html
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il leave the prime95 test when i go sleep will see how its going on ;p btw its F.E.A.R 2
F.E.A.R too = pure win and the graphics are really improved after patch 1.2 but the game won't stress your system beyond 40-50%
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I don't think e5300 o/c's better than e5200 because intel have got their binning procedures better. See - http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ng-thread.html
eh...they all overclock the same, you see....the older E5300/200/400 are basically the same M0 CPU with the silly 100Mhz difference between them but the new R0 E5300/400 such as the one i have has the advantage of VT-X but doesn't OC as well as the older M0 stepping

Oh and by not overclocking as well...i mean that my E5300 can overclock to 3.75Ghz max 100% stable using stock cooling but i will need a good HSF to reach 4Ghz+ so they are still considered overclocking beasts...actually...all wolfdale chips are
Edited by omari79 - 1/21/10 at 3:24pm
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Another question, guys.

So, I raised my FSB from 200 to 210...just to see how it'd go.

So, I open up Prime95 and start testing. Both go to 100%, and I open Core Temp to see the temperature.

...both cores were hovering at 80*C! :O

That's certainly not normal, is it? What does yours (those of you using stock cooling) go to with Prime95 running?

When Prime95 isn't running, and I'm idle (or watching a video from my second internal HDD), I'm between 38-42*C on both cores.

So, again, what does Prime95 temps look like for those of you with stock cooling? Obviously, I don't want to run the tests again until I know I'm not damaging my CPU!
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Another question, guys.

So, I raised my FSB from 200 to 210...just to see how it'd go.

So, I open up Prime95 and start testing. Both go to 100%, and I open Core Temp to see the temperature.

...both cores were hovering at 80*C! :O

That's certainly not normal, is it? What does yours (those of you using stock cooling) go to with Prime95 running?

When Prime95 isn't running, and I'm idle (or watching a video from my second internal HDD), I'm between 38-42*C on both cores.

So, again, what does Prime95 temps look like for those of you with stock cooling? Obviously, I don't want to run the tests again until I know I'm not damaging my CPU!
???
200 or 210 FSB?

thats the normal FSB for an E5300 and the max temp your should get @ that speed is 50-55C..unless

1- Your Heatsink is not properly seated above your CPU
2- Your Case ventilation is really and i do mean -really sucks- for the temp reach 80C

but i think its 80% number 1 , i also had a person with a similar problem as you but simply removing and reinstalling the HS above the CPU (after making sure the CPU is properly inserted into it's socket) solved his problem.

So do that and run Prime95 tests, choose large FTT tests (the one that generates the most heat) and run it for 5-10 min....(oh have the case open while doing that) just to make sure you never reach the 80c again)

other than that...don't worry 80C is the core temp and it is around 10C more than the CPU temp so you CPU was running around 70-72 but this is very close the thermal spec of the E5300 which is 74.1C...in short your CPU is 99.99% not damaged

so do that and tell me what happens
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eh...they all overclock the same, you see....-snip-
Well, no they don't ...they are all different, good ones get made into higher spec. cpu's and not so good ones into lesser spec cpu's .
I don't think you will get 2 exactly identical cpu's. To add to the interest same monel m/boards are each different as well!!
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Another question, guys.

So, I raised my FSB from 200 to 210...just to see how it'd go.

So, I open up Prime95 and start testing. Both go to 100%, and I open Core Temp to see the temperature.

...both cores were hovering at 80*C! :O

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When Prime95 isn't running, and I'm idle (or watching a video from my second internal HDD), I'm between 38-42*C on both cores.

So, again, what does Prime95 temps look like for those of you with stock cooling? Obviously, I don't want to run the tests again until I know I'm not damaging my CPU!
80C omg check ur HSF and fan speed maybe u can increase it if its low in some case
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