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Hi all, I need some advice on how to push this little Celeron to its limits.
So far i have attempted-
3.2 @ 1.275v
3.4 @ 1.35v
3.5 @ 1.425v
3.6 @ 1.45v not quite stable
3.8 @ 1.475v unstable
4 @ 1.475v posts but BSOD's at windows startup
I havent tried anything above 1.475v
Im currently at 3.5GHz with 1.425v in bios (1.408 in cpuz) with 60'c load temps on my new ultra 120 Extreme.
What would you say the highest 'safe' voltage/temps are for an E1400? Should i try to push it any further? or have i reached the limits of this chip?
Any other suggestions to push this beast higher?
 

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Originally Posted by parko View Post
Hi all, I need some advice on how to push this little Celeron to its limits.
So far i have attempted-
3.2 @ 1.275v
3.4 @ 1.35v
3.5 @ 1.425v
3.6 @ 1.45v not quite stable
3.8 @ 1.475v unstable
4 @ 1.475v posts but BSOD's at windows startup
I havent tried anything above 1.475v
Im currently at 3.5GHz with 1.425v in bios (1.408 in cpuz) with 60'c load temps on my new ultra 120 Extreme.
What would you say the highest 'safe' voltage/temps are for an E1400? Should i try to push it any further? or have i reached the limits of this chip?
Any other suggestions to push this beast higher?
3.5Ghz on an E1400 is nothing to complain about TBH.
 

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Thanks of the guidlines
Now stable at 3.7 with 1.525v and 68'c load temps
85% overclock, Im happy with that
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Thats pretty damm juicy GJ on that overclock
 
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