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Originally Posted by shalomyo View Post
Im planning on getting E5300 but with good 800mhz ddr2 and gigabyte eg41mf-us2h

the max fsb the mobo can handle is 333

could i get a decent OC with such a set up?
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if you got a decent CPU cooler then 4Ghz+ is normal for an E5300 unless you have a low VID CPU in which case you can reach 4Ghz+ using the stock cooler
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also please update your full system specs just like us all buy going to User CP then add system
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well maybe you got a high VID CPU, raise the CPU voltage to 1.28 in CPU-Z and test for stability again
Raising voltage using CPU-Z..... right....
My motherboard does not have vcore control at all. The only thing i can do is use crystalCPUID to max the allowed voltage which is 1.24v and that still doesnt solve the problem of the system being unstable during a high FSB boot.

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Oh and your DRAM being warm to the touch doesn't mean that its not stable, 99% of PC2-5300 DRAM (667Mhz) can only reach 830Mhz or 850Mhz max if you are lucky
12 hours prime 95 stable @ 920mhz 1.925v. The ram sticks are not the problem.
post #824 of 1688
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maybe 1.24v isn't enough to overclock higher...
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Cyrious have you disabled all extra features? (Speed step, etc)
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speedstep is off, and i set the multiplier to 13, but it keeps going up and down. here is a "screenshot" of the CPU options i would see in my bios. This was done using the AMIBCP bios editor and as close to the current bios as possible. Im not quite sure what i have the C1E set as, i would have to reboot it to see. Windows is set for high performance which should lock the multi and vcore at max allowed values.

The only thing i can think of is the motherboard's built in power management doing it. And since i have no control over that, im effectively screwed out of getting this thing to go faster.
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try turning tm, vanderpool, execute disable bit off and then clocking. as a general rule i try to turn all options off, start the oc (test each piece to its max while lowering everything else as much as possible) and optimise the oc by combining the results of individ. parts oc. then try the system with each tech enabled. if voltage becomes a problem(which should happen much later) you can always vid mod the chip. take the vid mod and bsel mod into consideration. especially the bsel. this will keep all other components running stock while ocing only the chip because the chip is recognised as a different default base clock.
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try turning tm, vanderpool, execute disable bit off and then clocking. as a general rule i try to turn all options off, start the oc (test each piece to its max while lowering everything else as much as possible) and optimise the oc by combining the results of individ. parts oc. then try the system with each tech enabled. if voltage becomes a problem(which should happen much later) you can always vid mod the chip. take the vid mod and bsel mod into consideration. especially the bsel. this will keep all other components running stock while ocing only the chip because the chip is recognised as a different default base clock.
Done. I upped the FSB 5mhz and dropped the memory speed from a 1:2 ratio to 3:5, 920 to 782 with the FSB increase factored in. Running prime95 right now.

And the reason i bumped it only 5mhz is because the last time i overclocked this high, this was the highest i could get windows to load up on, and even then it was unstable, popping out a error within half an hour

EDIT: Well, cant say i havent had the system crash like that before. Everything freezes and the audio goes on a very short very short very fast loop. Back at sig specs.

damn
Edited by Cyrious - 7/22/10 at 11:51am
post #829 of 1688
your g41 can handle 333 fsb so im gonna take a stab at fsb scaling. if i were where you are now i would mod the chip. 1.4v and 1066mhz and I'll maybe even try 1333mhz. its up to you but i would say your board has a terrible bios. 1.4v might seem like a lot but unless you plan on having that system for the next 10 years i don't think you're going to miss anything.(nothing is 100% guaranteed of course, especially with cpu dies)
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Hi Guys,

I'm looking for some advise or suggest about are this CPU & Mobo matching?

As I got 2 CPU & Mobo which I did make switching the CPU and I don't understand about Mobo for CPU support as all my Processor Model are not listed.

See the package bleow before & after:

Before Switching CPU Package

Before Switch CPU Package Set A

BS1. Intel® Pentium® D processor 925 (CPU)

BS1a. BIOSTAR G31-M7 TE (Mobo Link for CPU support)


Before Switch CPU Package Set B

BS2. Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core E5300 (CPU)

BS2a. BIOSTAR P4M900-M7 FE (Mobo Link for CPU support)




After Switching CPU Package

Right Now using for Overclock usage as Package Set S1

AS1. Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core E5300 (CPU)

AS1a. BIOSTAR G31-M7 TE


Right Now Spare Usage as Package Set S2

AS2. Intel® Pentium® D processor 925 (CPU)

AS2a. BIOSTAR P4M900-M7 FE (Mobo)


Now After Switching CPU when I using the Set S1 (for OC) it seem not much problem... But when I start using the Set S2 for pass few day which was no problem. but right now, it seem like unstable (sometime all right at around 4-6hr or sometime after get into windows for a while then HANG / Turn into Blue Screen state windows would be shut down to prevent damage need to remove part replacement whatever so for....). As I had using before for "Package A" there is no such problem, also during the HARDWARE (fixing the CPU into the Mobo) installation for the Set 2 there is no problem for booting-up (NO OC)...



So the question is :

1. am I never fix it possible the other hardware or CPU inside the Mobo? some part are loose or CPU too Hot?

2. The CPU does not match the Mobo? (If not, then I had to switch it back to "Package A" again)

3. What if the CPU does NOT MATCH the Mobo so what will happen? any ideal?

4. Re-assemble the all the part again into the SET 2 Mobo?


looking forward for reply.. HELP...
    
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